719 Thompson Ln, Nashville, TN | Directions 3720436.107625 -86.763443
Store closed – Hasn't this store closed and all the ones in TN????
Why is it still being listed?
I was there when they said no returns/store is closing.
This one-stop tech superstore sells and repairs everything from PCs to iPods. – In Short
Since opening in 1984, this technology store has become a leading retailer in tech products and services. Home and office items include everything from PCs and scanners to Playstation 2s and office furniture. Their certified "Techknowledgists" repair and upgrade equipment on site--regardless of where it was purchased--and "Digital Living" specialists provide a variety of home installation and support packages. Many locations feature in-store training classes, from software applications to tech workshops.
THIS STORE HAS ISSUES!!!! – This opinion concerns the CompUSA store near Thompson Lane (Nashville) in what used to be called 100 Oaks Mall. This store has MAJOR issues! I have shopped at CompUSA for years, and I am surprised the Corporate Office doesn't clean house and start all over with this store. Where shall I begin? As you walk in the door to begin your shopping experience, you will hear a constant high pitched "chirp". It is quite painful on the ears, and only lasts for about one second. It "chirps" every two minutes or so. THIS CHIRPING HAS BEEN GOING ON SINCE CHRISTMAS OF 2005! I asked an employee what it was, and they said "I don't know, but it is annoying". I think it is a short in some kind of security system that is used on the small personal electronics. The store employees seem to just put up with it. Next: They have a great monitor selection! Too bad you can't see any of them, unblurred. I was told all the monitors are hooked up to the same feed, so all monitors looked terribly blurred. There is nothing wrong with the monitors I gather, just a poor system of hooking them up. So, can't see the monitors, because they are terribly blurry. Next its on to the gps systems, half of these do NOT turn on, some will come on, but are stuck in the start screen, frozen (bad displays I guess). I was able to look at ONE gps. The rest would either not come on, didn't have power etc. SAME with cell phones. The entire time I was in the store NOBODY came up and asked me if I needed help---and the store had few customers, and there were plenty of employees around. My interactions with employees was near the end of my visit, when I would go find them myself. This store is obviously losing hundreds of thousands in sales, because of very poor display management---in plenty of areas, not just those listed. CompUSA needs to send in a mystery shopper or 12, fire the entire management, and start over. IN MY OPINION AVOID THIS STORE COMPLETELY.
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