A couple of weeks ago MacCentral brought you the news that Bay Area Mac software and hardware reseller ComputerWare
had closed its doors. We’ve recently heard from MacCentral readers that the company’s liquidation sale is now in full swing.
ComputerWare folded earlier this month, after 17 years in business. The company had several locations in the Bay Area and an e-commerce site. An Apple authorized reseller, ComputerWare was also an Apple Specialist that carried a broad line of Macs and Mac-compatible peripherals and software. Although ComputerWare’s stores and its online presence are no longer selling products, the company has gathered its inventory in its Sunnyvale, Calif. location and is now selling products in a clearance sale.
ComputerWare admits that its supply of product ran low last week, but it has sorted and organized the inventory it has pulled from its other locations, according to a recent posting on its Web site.
“We are selling much of the inventory in bulk, however we have begun making regular deliveries to the Sunnyvale location,” said ComputerWare. “The selection of product will be increasing this week, and the prices will be decreasing, so this is a great opportunity to come shop for a deal.”
So, if you’re in the Sunnyvale area and you’re looking for bargains on Mac hardware and software, as well as demo units and office equipment, you may want to stop by ComputerWare’s Sunnyvale location. The store is located at 520 Lawrence Expressway in Sunnyvale, and is open Monday through Friday, 10 am to 6 pm.