Milwaukee’s Best Computer Stores:
The top rated Computer Stores in Milwaukee, WI are:
- Milwaukee PC – has been serving the best computers, notebooks, and more
- Office Depot – is a leading provider of business products and digital technology
- Get It Now – offers the best name brands in appliances, electronics, and computers
- Walmart Supercenter – offers a wide selection of items in electronics, home furniture
- UWM TechStore – one of the nation’s top research universities and computer store
Milwaukee PC was founded in October of 1988 in southeastern Wisconsin by Milwaukee PC, Inc. MPC employs over 60 people and has sales and service locations across the state of Wisconsin. Home consumers account for about 60% of MPC’s revenue, while corporations and schools account for the remaining 40%. The convenience of their many strategically located facilities throughout Wisconsin is one of MPC’s greatest assets. Almost all of MPC’s regional customers are served by a sales and service branch located close by.
James M. Petr, the current President of Milwaukee PC, created the company. Petr started the company in his basement while teaching at Marquette University. Petr discovered that instead of acquiring computers from an outside vendor, he could save the University money by creating them himself. Petr’s suggestion was taken up by Marquette. Petr departed Marquette a few years later to try to develop Milwaukee PC as a stronger competitor in the southeastern Wisconsin computer market.
Desktop Computers, Service & Repair, Internet, Digital Media Conversion, and More
“So satisfied. I went in to get a battery replacement for an Acer laptop. They ordered the battery at no cost to me – when the battery was in they called me. brought the laptop in and all good. Super service! $80+ later it’s done and am a happy customer. The staff is courteous and so very smart on any level of the computer. Again great job Jason you dealt with me and it’s all good.” – Jeffrey P.
Office Depot is a top provider of the small, medium, and corporate organizations with business services, goods, and digital workplace technology solutions. ODP maintains a fully integrated B2B distribution platform of approximately 1,100 stores, an online presence, and thousands of dedicated sales and technical service professionals, all supported by its world-class supply chain facilities and delivery operations, through its direct and indirect subsidiaries.
The company provides its customers with the tools and resources they need to focus on their passion of starting, expanding, and running a business through its banner brands Office Depot, OfficeMax, and CompuCom, among others.
Laptop Computers, Desktop Computers, All-in-One Computers, Business Desktops, Monitors & Accessories, and More
“Managers and staff at Office Depot on East Capitol Drive are excellent. Their patience, their concern for customer service, and their diligence in making sure you are satisfied were above and beyond what was expected. Thank you Frank for your example as a manager to your staff how customer service really works. Great customer service.” – Sandra T.
Get It Now
Get It Now has 24 locations around Wisconsin and provides clients with a unique way to own the top name brands in furniture, appliances, electronics, and computers. “Get It Now” is more than a slogan for them; it’s a place where credit is never an issue. Their in-house financing experts will assist you in determining the best payment arrangement for you, and you’ll be on your way to owning the highest-quality home furnishings from America’s most trusted brands in no time.
With on-time payments, you can even establish your own credit history. They offer 3 to 6 months at Get It Now. Same as cash, plus every purchase comes with a free layaway plan. While your contract is in good standing, they include servicing with all electronics and appliance purchases. There is also the option of delivery and setup. Furthermore, you can make payments in the store or over the phone using your credit card.
Laptops, Desktop, and More
“The salesperson was outstanding, beyond the necessary customer service expectations. Thank you, China.” – Big B.
Walmart Supercenter is one of Walmart Inc.’s several subsidiaries that sell electronics, home furnishings and appliances, toys, apparel, baby supplies, video games, and other products. Regardless, it is simply known as “Walmart.” The first of these facilities opened in Washington, Missouri, in 1988. Walmart Supercenter is a hypermarket company with stores ranging in size from 69,000 to 260,000 square feet. The supercentres have full-service supermarkets as well as general items.
Electronics, Home Furniture, Appliances, Toys, Clothing, Baby Gear, Video Games, and More
“I was greeted by the security personnel on the gate like a king. All the staff gives you much respect and guides you about where to find your essentials. Nice & beautiful place to shop at this huge complex.” – Rakesh P.
UWM TechStore offers inexpensive, world-class education. It has 15 schools and colleges, including the only freshwater sciences, architecture, and public health schools in Wisconsin. UWM partners with major firms in Wisconsin and beyond to advance knowledge, bring innovative discoveries to market, and prepare students for work in a global economy as one of the nation’s top research institutions.
UWM offers 206-degree programs taught by faculty members who are internationally regarded as experts in their professions. With more than 850 classes and 40 entirely online certificate and degree programs, it is also home to Wisconsin’s biggest online education program. Through its Partners for Health initiative, the university hosts the state’s largest partnership of health sciences, nursing, and public health programs.
Apple Products, Dell Products, Microsoft Products, Accessories
“Has a limited source of electronics, mostly laptops of course. Staff needs to work on social skills and listening.” – Just R.
Mark has lived in Detroit, MI his whole life. He has worked as a journalist for nearly a decade having contributed to several large publications including the Yahoo News and True Dakotan. As a journalist for Kev’s Best, Mark covers national and local businesses.