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    • Qype User glitte…
    • Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear
    • 1 friend
    • 23 reviews
    4.0 star rating

    A good place I don't know much about computers, but the staff didn't take advantage of that at all, they were really helpful and the nice lad who served me actually sold me one that was a bit lessed priced but a better comp , they got a big thumbs up from me, the sell more than computers as well with games machines and computer books they are really handy for anything to do with computers or games machines like the X-box a brilliant place.

    • Qype User cybere…
    • Bedlington, Northumberland
    • 26 friends
    • 258 reviews
    2.0 star rating

    Came here to get a new computer. Got the latest model in a bundle deal for a great price. Staff seemed really nice and competent. Upon delivery the staff's invoice showed a different product which was replaced by another. When we tried to complain they said their invoice was wrongly worded and we had signed a contract to recieve the product we had received. They were rather blunt and forthright on the telephone. Once they have your money, it seems, they are no longer interested in customer care. Huge store but go elsewhere for honest staff.

    • Qype User layers…
    • Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear
    • 694 friends
    • 174 reviews
    3.0 star rating

    This shop is technophile's wet dream. It's pretty big and technophobes would easily get lost. Whether you need a new pc or another bundle of blank discs, it's worth a look here. The prices are pretty standard but there is quite a selection of what they sell. Lots of software, hardware and compatible add ons that you don't need but might aswell have. I bought my macbook from here and was satisfied with the customer service. Be aware that when you buy a big item with a warranty they will try and sell you a repair/accident/damage service of about £7.99 a month so if stuff goes wrong you can call them to have it fixed. It's kind of like insurance and yes, I was fooled for a few months and paid the £7.99 until I realised that the item already has a WARRANTY. Nevermind. Go to PC world and walk amongst the geeks.

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