CompUSA is attempting to make a comeback from bankruptcy with 30 new brick-and-mortar stores and a new philosophy they have dubbed "retail 2.0."
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After it died, CompUSA was bought by Tigerdirect, and here are some of the first pictures of the freshly awakened PC retailer. Even better, the zombified store is reported by reader Martin B. to be better than its pre-undead version:
After purchasing out-of-business CompUSA a couple months ago, TigerDirect is reanimating the red, white and blue corpse with "Grand Re-Openings" of fifteen stores in Florida, along with one brand new one. They're promising "Lower prices... New wider selection... And amazing new deals." We hope so, their prices were…
Last night, our weekend intern Eric Sheline made his mama proud by finishing fourth in the 11th annual Tiger Direct AMD Acer PC building contest. You'll recall in years past that Blam finished both 3rd and 5th, which means that Sheline basically tied his master, and smoked over 80% of the seasoned editors in the…
Check out the link below and click on the green Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory disk. Time to burn your ISOs, kids!