I've heard or read that electronics, computers etc do not carry any tax in Cambodia, making it a very cheap place to purchase such things.
I'm in Cambodia now but in a small village and with almost no money left before I can go home. But since my netbook is dying I would make a stop in Phnom Penh to buy a replacement on a credit card.
But I'm having trouble finding out if this is true, a bit of a myth, or something in between. Such as maybe it's technically true but prices don't end up being that low for other reasons?
(I'm not looking for often-faked stuff such as Apple and I don't have the option of buying in the US where prices and risk are both very low.)