RadioShack primarily carries general electronics components for do-it-yourself projects. The store also sells entertainment devices, computers, cameras and batteries. As of 2015, many of their stores also share space with Sprint.
RadioShack sells a wide range of entertainment devices, such as televisions, stereos, home theaters, MP3 players and radios. It also sells accessories, such as headphones, microphones and a full range of DJ equipment. Some fitness devices are also available, such as kettlebells, yoga mats and stability balls.
The range of computers at RadioShack includes desktops, laptops and tablets. The store mostly focuses on PCs that run Windows, from Dell, HP and Lenovo. Tablets are available with both Windows and Android and come from most of the major manufacturers, including Apple. The store also stocks Amazon Kindle and Fire devices. Other miscellaneous items that the store carries include car electronics, GPS devices, security devices, toys and video games.
The chain went into bankruptcy in February of 2015 and closed 1,784 of its roughly 5,000 stores in North America in the following month. Remaining stores are now remodeled with Sprint stores added to the existing floor space. It is still unclear what effect this reorganization has on the existing product line, if any.