Introducing the new Area51 Electronics Website!

 Introducing the new Area51 Electronics Website!

Here it is - our first blog post! We have big things in store and can't wait to share the fun news with you.

Our team is thrilled to announce the launch of our brand new website. We’ve made some huge changes in order to help our customers contact us quickly and easily. In the future, buying parts will be effortless as we continue to develop our e-commerce platform, so stay tuned!

As you may know, Area51 Electronics has been in business for 20 years. We’re excited to enter the next stage of our business by moving towards the digital era and connecting with our suppliers and customers worldwide.

Our blog will include thought leadership articles, the latest trends and news, and company news. If you don’t want to miss any news or specials, we invite you to sign up for our e-newsletter!

Take a peek around our website and let us know what you think! We even have a new chat feature that allows you to connect with a representative quickly. Contact us anytime and join us on this new journey!

 

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