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Xeni's Top 10 Best Consumer Electronics Stores in LA

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Xeni Jardin is a long-time contributor and co-editor of the mighty BoingBoing. She's a Contributing Writer for Wired and you can also hear her quite often on your radio if its tuned into .

Recently she traveled to Guatemala (just getting back home this week) and blogged about it beautifully onher travel blog.

Because she's perfect, when we asked her to compile a list, she chose "Top ten places to buy things that consume electricity in LA" whose title alone made us smile.

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(1) Samy's Cameras on Fairfax (http://www.samys.com/)

(2) Fry's in Burbank (http://www.frys.com/)

(3) Apple store in the Grove (http://www.apple.com/retail/thegrove/ week/20061210.html)

(4) APEX electronics (http://www.apexelectronic.com/)

(5) Giant Robot (http://www.giantrobot.com/)

(6) Liz's Antique Hardware (http://lahardware.com/)

(7) Wherever you can find a local Tesla Motors sales rep (http://www.teslamotors.com)

(8) Guitar Center (http://www.guitarcenter.com/)

(9) Sur La Table at the Grove (http://www.surlatable.com)

(10) Lockheed Martin Skunk Works (think big, buy a stealth bomber or an invisible solar death ray -- it's in Palmdale) (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Skunk_Works)

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photo of Xeni floating in microgravity by Jim Campbell