It's the kind of store you go to just because there are so many damn lights inside, and walking in feels like you're inside a shiny, clean Costco. The Cerritos Best Buy is no different than any other Best Buy I've ever been to: big, (theoretically) carries everything, and people in yellow shirts greet you at the door. Before MP3s, it was the place you went to to get CDs for less than $15. Now, however, Best Buy has increased its function in society as provider of all things electronic.
The store carries most products you would expect any large electronics store to carry - laptops, printers, fridges, phones, CDs, video games, radios, car radios, washers, dryers, etc. The prices for these items are average-verging-on-great, as Best Buy often has really great sales and good deals with rebates. I have found that the Cerritos store does run out of inventory farily quickly for the good sale items, so I would advise anyone really aiming to get something off its Sunday ad to get it as s