Company, which sells tech online via TigerDirect, CompUSA, and Circuit City sites, announces the resignation of Gilbert Fiorentino, CEO of its technology products group.
The computer vendor is bringing CompUSA back to life, and now it looks like it might be doing the same for Circuit City. But why stop there, Systemax?
According to its spec sheet, the Systemax Wildcat should be near the top of the benchmark heap. But our tests reveal that this gaming PC's performance is no more inspiring than its design.
After closing its stores, electronics retailer gets a Web relaunch that closely resembles the sites of CompUSA and TigerDirect, also run by Systemax.
Despite its tough name, the Assault is not built to military specifications. In fact, many of its features--a magnesium alloy case, antishock design, and a spill-resistant keyboard and touch pad--can be found on corporate models from Dell and Lenovo.
The prolonged death spiral of its retail stores have been well-documented, but the Circuit City story seems to have added yet another chapter.
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