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TigerDirect TV: Tech Update 138

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TigerDirect TV: HP EliteBook 2760p Tablet PC

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TigerDirect TV: Tech Juice April 26, 2012

Tech Juice Thursday at TigerDirect TV! We talk about the new Samsung Exynos 4 Quad Processor on the Galaxy S. Yendi wants to go to the moon and do some Asteroid Mining! Check out the TigerDirect Deal of the Day – its pretty awesome.

TigerDirect Retail Store now open in Chicago!

Yep, you heard it right folks,  there is an all new TigerDirect.com Retail and Outlet Store located at 2500 North Elston Avenue in Chicago, Illinois.  Right downtown for your convenience.  Best news, this store is unlike any other before:  there will be a huge array of liquidation and clearance items at this store all the […]

Tomsguide: All-New CompUSA is ‘refreshingly different’

tomsguide.comTom’s Guide has spoken – and the review is in – the All-New CompUSA is awesome! Read it all for yourself:

I had to replace a hard drive in a relative’s computer last week, so I decided to give the new CompUSA a try. The entire shopping experience was refreshingly different from the old CompUSA. Employees were helpful. Merchandise was easy to find. Prices were competitive. And, there was no annoying countdown to 9:00 p.m., a fact which seemed to irritate a couple of employees that I overheard. Employee #1 “You know what time it is?” Employee #2 “Yeah, I know what time it is…”.

Perhaps most surprising was the amount of merchandise that you’d normally find only online: Instead of the 3 to 6 showcases that I normally see in a retail store, this store had at least 12 to 15. There was also an ample supply of motherboards, and hard drives, IDE and SATA, from major manufacturers, in simple plastic cases. The drives came with no instruction manual, no CD, no cables and no expensive retail packaging. And, because none of those items were included, the drives were available at very affordable prices. And, that’s exactly what the computer repair geek in me was looking to buy.