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PC World

PC World is Britain's largest specialist chain of computer superstores with a wide selection of products available.


This link to PC World provides access to the online superstore with over 5,000 product lines including extensive ranges of Laptops Netbooks Desktop PC Monitors Printers InkTablets eReadersComponents Upgrades Data Storage Networking Accessories Office Software Gaming Books TV DVD Audio Cameras Camcorders Broadband, GPS Phones Christmas from the major brands, as well as many PC World exclusive products.

In-store PC Clinics offer on the spot advice and service and the component centres offer a 'one-stop shop' for customers with advanced technical knowledge, providing a vast choice of PC components and upgrade products at competitive prices.

PC World provides Free Delivery on all orders placed online and you can use the Collect@Store service, where you can collect your order from your chosen store in as little as one hour after placing your order.

Free Delivery and Recycling on All Orders
Customers can also arrange to have their new product installed and have their old appliance taken away for free recycling, even if the original product was not purchased from PC World.

Price match plus 10% of the difference
PC World promise not to be beaten on price and thousands of prices are checked daily to ensure you get the best possible deal. If you do find any of PC World's products cheaper, they will not only match the price but also beat it by 10% of the difference.

Installation
If you've purchased a TV and would like to have it set-up and fitted to a stand PC World can do it for you. After installation the old TV can be removed for recycling.
Installation services are available 7 days a week, see the PC World website, to customers living within the UK (excluding Channel Islands and Isle of Man and other restrictions outlined in the large items section of 'where we deliver').

Recycle
Electrical products are brilliant when they’re working, but getting rid of your old one can be problematic. With regulations in place since 2007 it is more difficult to get rid of your old electrical equipment; but PC World can help.