CompAmerica's Annual 2004 "Holiday PC Shopping Guide" Features Gifts From $5 to $25,000

Share Article - a rising name in online and direct sales of custom PCs, Laptops, and computer and consumer components released it's Holiday Shopping Guide for everyone. published its new shopping guide for the holiday season at:

A company spokesperson indicated: "This year it is broken into 'gift price ranges' and it is designed to provide a key selection of affordable gifts for every budget. And it's backed by our new B2B store of 243,000 more."

"All you have to do is click 'Buy Now' for any gift you see in the guide. Or, you can create a free, no obligation, guaranteed no spam account in our B2B eStore and shop in confidence, with same day shipping and some gifts with FREE SHIPPING."

The company's Shopping Guides feature everything from handy upgrades to older PCs, to new PCs and laptops from CompAmerica, HP-Compaq and IBM. It also has an exclusive selection of amazing gifts over $5,000 for those with deeper pockets.

"It's guaranteed to grow during the coming month, and look quickly, we're having some surprise gifts that the lucky shopper who clicks on the right object, are Prizes just for going to the store."

CompAmerica is a 30 year old computer business whose founder was one of the creators of the idea for the Personal Computer. It's products are sought after for their long lifespan, better design and the company's long standing commitment to stand behind it's customers with lifetime 24x7 tech support.

Located in New Jersey, the company has caught the attention of press and the world with it's feisty ad campaigns and its attention to it's customers requirements. The company is also providing FREE SECURITY PACKAGES to all visitors who come to the online Holiday Shopping Guide this year through it's "Station X" Computer Security operation.

CompAmerica is located on the web at and may be reached by phone at 888-ASK-CSS-1 (888-275-2771).

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John. Buchman