Computer Corner customers include those in retail, tiny businesses and corporations, in addition to educational institutions, state, local and federal government. Computer Corner's Small Business Advisory Team helps start-up and growing businesses in their range of pc equipment, data security and data back up products and practices and computer training to maximize their investment.


Contact Details

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  City Albuquerque, NM
  Zip Code 87110
  Address 4410 Menaul Blvd NE
  Phone Number (505) 881-2333

From Our Website

Since 1983, locally-owned and operated Computer Corner has been a full-solution provider offering over 400,000 products including computer hardware and software, computer and printer repair, and training services. We serve a variety of customers including home users, gamers, businesses, as well as State, Local, and Federal Government clients. Computer Corner is the largest independent reseller of HP, Inc.'s computer equipment in the State of New Mexico and is accredited with HP's Gold Preferred Service Partner status.


In Store and Dispatched Computer Service and Network Integration for home, business, and government clients. Computer Corner is a full-service provider with service available at your home or business or in our shop. Printers and Laptops are our Specialty! Computer Corner is a Gold Level HP authorized service center providing warranty and out-of-warranty upgrades and repairs for this world-leading computer manufacturer.


I just thought I would take a moment to let you know how much I appreciate Computer Corner. I became acquainted with your business in 2014. I purchased an HP ZBook computer at that time. It is still working fine and the only changes necessary (upgrade to Windows 10 Pro and replacement of the HDD with an SSD drive) have been done by your service department. Both of these modifications were seamless. I recently decided to acquire a new laptop and since I had such good performance from the previous ZBook I decided that I wanted another ZBook.


Just about everyone who takes an internet class here at Computer Corner sooner or later gets around to making the statement/asking the question "What good is a search engine if it comes back giving me too many sites for me to wade through?" This leads me to ask them what they are looking for and how they enter their query. I usually find that there being buried by the hits because they have never been told about the way ALL search engines work. Within a few short minutes, they get the answer and now you get it too.