COMPUTERWORLD EXPO: PC Company lowers flat-screen threshold

The PC Company, New Zealand's biggest home-grown PC maker, is announcing the lowering of the price barrier for flat-screen displays at Computerworld Expo in Auckland today.

The PC Company, New Zealand’s biggest home-grown PC maker, is announcing the lowering of the price barrier for flat-screen displays at Computerworld Expo in Auckland today.

The company, which is one of about 80 show exhibitors, is using the event to launch a range of $1300 15in monitors.

“It wasn’t long ago that these screens were $2000,” says The PC Company marketing manager Kerry Mancer.

The PC Company is also displaying a new range of notebook computers at the event. The PC maker was in the top five New Zealand suppliers in the last quarter, according to market researcher IDC.

Computerworld Expo is open to the public from 10am to 6pm today and 10am to 4pm tomorrow.

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