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Aria Technology

Aria Technology


If you need components for your pc, then look no further than Aria Technology. There is a huge range on the website, backed up by 14 years experience in their chosen sector.

Aria Technology:

"Aria Technology Limited is a major supplier of PC compatible computer components and peripherals across the UK, supplying thousands of end users, students, public and private sector companies, central government offices and education providers each year with quality products and services at highly competitive prices.

The company was established in Manchester in 1993 by the current managing director Aria Taheri. After completing his studies at the University of Bath in 1991 he was awarded an engineering degree with honors in Electronics and then spent some time in the electronics industry before attending the University of Manchester Institute of Science & Technology (UMIST) to complete his studies where he gained his MSC.

Based upon the experience that Aria had gained in the electronics and computer world, he established Aria Technology Limited with view to making computer products and services more accessible for individuals and businesses by ensuring quality products were sourced and distributed to the marketplace at affordable prices".

If you have been tempted by this, here's the link:

The Link Was Here To Go To The Place!

Aria Technology

www.aria.co.uk affiliate program is with Commission Junction

Oh Shucks! The affiliate program has expired and so this page has had to be bunged up. A pity, as this is the sort of place I can recommend. In fact I recently (2009/07) bought a 1 terabyte hard disc drive from the place myself!

Pronunciation: You might expect the name "Aria" is pronounced in an operatic style, but in fact the name of the company is pronounced more like the word "Harrier" but without the H. The company is named after its founder.

Aria PC Technology is, according to stuff on their invoice, "Microsoft Gold Certified", which sounds like a mark of shame in this new progressive age of Linux when we're obsoleting old Microsoft, but let's try not to hold it against Aria. They're still a good company! We look forward to them having a new affiliate program soon! In the meantime, you are welcome to type in the URL that's just under that banner, or you can shop around other computer places so see if you can get things at the right prices (best to shop around).