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Australian electronics store Electronics Lane has launched with a variety of consumer electronics to impress.

Australian Electrics Store Will Sell Consumer Karaoke Gear

The Australian electronics store is an online store selling consumer electronics. They have introduced Australia to international brands and have been placing a strong emphasis on the quality and performance of a device over the popularity of a brand name to give consumers value for money and top quality electronics such as potable karaoke mixers and Bluetooth speakers.

The company has announced they will introduce karaoke equipment during 2015 and the offering so far includes a portable karaoke mixer for mixing karaoke on your phone or iPad and other audio equipment.

Electronics Lane founder Geoff Currey said "Consumer electronics is a competitive industry but I hope we can show our customers that we offer the best value in the equipment we sell. Offering karaoke equipment is a priority for us in 2015 because options here in Australia are limited compared to overseas".

The online store is shipping to Australia and New Zealand offering free shipping for orders over $99 to encourage customers to buy up on their electronics.