Computer Warehouse now Apple Centre Computer Warehouse's (CW) Brentford showroom has been awarded Apple Centre status following a major refit.
The refit is modelled on Apple's own US retail offerings, according to CW. Jonathan Cole, CW's founder and chairman, said: "We are really excited about the new facility. It features an extensive display of Macintosh CPUs, software and third-party products for customers to compare and contrast."
AT become StudyWiz supplier AT Computers has been appointed as fully authorized dealer for StudyWiz, a Web-based education resources management system that allows students, teachers and parents to download required files.
AT Computers CEO Liz Higgins said: “We’re keen to start introducing StudyWiz to the AT client base immediately, because schools are currently considering budgets for the new school year.”
Geoff Elwood, CEO of Etechgroup, the Australian company who developed StudyWiz, said: "Interest in StudyWiz in the UK market has accelerated the need for finding resellers with a synergistic approach to working with the education market."
MicroWarehouse sold, seeks Chapter 11 MicroWarehouse – parent company of MacWarehouse – has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in the US.
Rapid in Logic buy-out Hampshire-based Rapid Group has extended its presence on the south coast with the acquisition of elements of Logic Computers of Bournemouth. The deal followed a difficult summer for Logic, which faced a lack of Apple products.
AT Computers presents video seminar AT Computers has a few places left at its series of free half-day seminar exploring Apple's latest video-editing solutions. Topics will include Power Mac G5, Xserve, and Final Cut Pro 4. It takes place on September 23 at the Watershed Media Centre, Bristol. Register online.
Geordie Mac fans meet The first meeting of the North East England Mac Users Group will take place at 7pm on September 24 at Gateshead Civic Centre.