Sony Camera - Myanmar (Burma)
Sony Camera Cameras & Camcorders, Dagon
5.00 LKs

Used & New Electronics Classifieds in Myanmar

Looking to sell an old computer or land a new phone? Now it's easier than ever to find the designer electrical goods and gadgets at great prices anywhere in Yangon with thousands of free classifieds at You can kit out an entire home with a new laptop computer, camera phone or video game console at a fraction of the price as new, with more and more classifieds added every day. Find budget brands alongside designer labels like Toshiba, HP and Sony - always at a cost you're happy to pay.


Cameras, smart phones, computers and more essential electronics in Myanmar

It's easy to find the latest gadgets and electrical goods anywhere in Greater Yangon with free classifieds. Whether you're on the hunt for a new wireless printer, or tracking down memory card, component or peripheral for use with an old model; you can narrow down your search in no time at all, with a user-friendly interface and streamlined search platform to connect you directly with the listings you're looking for.

  • Cameras and memory cards: A Canon EOS x5 will cost around 4.50 LKs when bought second hand online, while professional level Nikons can cost upwards of 20 LKs. Expect to get what you pay for.
  • Video game and consoles: Get an Xbox 360 for anywhere between 2 and 3.50 LKs with all controllers and peripherals thrown in. Looking to go next gen? Expect to pay around 5 LKs as a minimum for a Playstation 4console, and about the same for an Xbox One.

Shop Asus, Samsung, Sony, Nikon and more.You can find hundreds of familiar brands when you search for electronics at Make massive discounts on RRPs, every day.


Buying electronics online in Myanmar 

If you're serious about making a saving on a new gadget or gizmo, then it pays to spend a little time hunting around at You can make huge discounts on high street and official retailer prices, but always keep your eyes peeled to make sure you're getting as good a deal as you think you are. 

  • Original photograph? If you're buying second hand, you should only really be buying a listing with at least one photograph. Have a thorough inspection and zoom in to check for superficial damage typical of pre-owned pieces. 
  • Accessories included? Even if it's just a spare USB cord, make sure you've got the best chance of your new purchase working by getting all the original accessories, leads and extras when you buy. 
  • Does the price seem right? Deals that seem too good to be true usually are. If the item cost is dramatically lower than what it should be, you might not just be dealing with a generous seller. Give every listing a check for scam ad giveaways like suspicious descriptions, incorrect information and images and copy that don't correspond. 


Selling your pre-used electronics online

If you're looking to make some extra cash, listing your unwanted electronic goods for sale is a great way of pocketing a second income. However, if you're serious about becoming a lucrative seller, make sure you give your listings the best head start by following a few key tips for success. 

  • The Honesty Policy: There's no point trying to mislead potential customers. Worst case scenario, an unhappy buyer can send back the item and request a refund, while repeated bad feedback will leave you a bad reputation. Capture the item and its condition accurately, leaving no surprises for later. 
  • Be fair when you price. You'll sell your item faster if you set it lower than competitors, but don't lock yourself out of a decent price. Check the market and pitch your own asking price somewhere in that ball park. Any value at the extremes will set alarm bells ringing.