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Canada Computers

366 College St, Toronto, ON
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Canada Computers, Toronto Reviews (3)

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By kdc2010 on Dec 12, 2013
Bad computer from Canada Computers
About 60 days ago I purchased my 7th computer from Canada Computers. It had Windows 7 on it. The sales person Rohan) knew that I always purchased 64 bit versions and he did not tell em this was 32 bit. If he had I would not have purchased it.

I have had a lot of problems with this computer and Rohan told me to call Acer but they told me that it was a software issue and I had to call Microsoft. Microsoft said I had to call the company I bought it from as it was OEM software.

Canada Computers said you bought it - it is your problem and said they can do nothing to hep me.

I have sent many friends there but I will never again if this is how they treat good clients.

My name is David if anyone wants to talk to me 416-642-7271
By avaldstyn on Mar 04, 2009
Everything you need
Canada Computers is definitely the best place to go for anything computer related. I have bought numerous peripherals from them and they have the best prices on memory sticks. My partner is a regular there and rebuilds a computer at least twice a year, all with parts from Canada Computers. The staff here really know their stuff to, which is always helpful!
By dilly on Aug 05, 2007
The best prices
Canada Computers lead the charge to College Street, starting a mini silicon valley right here in downtown Toronto. It lead to a proliferation of computer and electronic stores on that strip of College between Bathurst and University - every conceivable electronic gadget is available down here.

Their website serves as a pricing benchmark for just about everything. These guys got it right. No need to make a gazillion dollars off of every customer. Offer name-brand computer and electronics parts with really small profit margins - drive the people in. It worked. This store is pandemonium on Saturday afternoons.

They also stay away from the cutting edge. While that philosophy might keep a few people out, that's fine by them and fine by me. It's surprising how many people are willing to double the price they pay just to get one extra iota of speed or power out of their computer - often a total waste.

The staff are totally knowledgeable in all aspects of the computer industry and won't lead you down the garden path. I recently attended to pick up a new video card and harddrive for my older system and walked out empty handed. Why? because the salesman told me that any money spent on my older system was a complete waste - a whole raft of new technology was about to be released that would drive prices down on the technology one step lower. Wait a few months, save big money on a big upgrade. He was exactly right. During the last week of July Intel released new Core 2 Processors and a matching chipset, motherboard makers followed suit, and memory went from DDR2 to DDR3.

I do shop at other computer stores from time to time but not before I consult with Most times, that consultation leads me to their door, and big savings.

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