Compaq Desktops That We Service

Compaq Desktops Computers That We Service

Compaq Desktops We Service At Toledo Computer Repair

While the list of Compaq Desktops listed below seems large, it is by no means an exhaustive list. The list below is comprised of some of the more popular Compaq models that we have seen over the years.  If you do not see your Compaq Desktop model on this list, don’t fret, just give us a call with your model number.  More than likely we can take care of your needs too.

Compaq Desktop PC series

Compaq Presario SG3730IL
Compaq Presario SR1530IL
Compaq Presario 2200
Compaq Presario 4110
Compaq Presario 4600
Compaq Presario 4800
Compaq Presario 5200
Compaq Presario 5400
Compaq Presario 5500
Compaq Presario 5600
Compaq Presario 5700N
Compaq Presario 5000
Compaq Presario 5460
Compaq Presario 6000US
Compaq Presario 6300US
Compaq Presario 6320US
Compaq Presario CQ5814
Compaq Presario SR1139UK
Compaq Presario SR1239UK
Compaq Presario SR1000

Compaq Desktops All-In-One Series

Compaq Presario 425
Compaq Presario 433
Compaq Presario 3020
Compaq Presario 4402
Compaq Presario 4410
Compaq Presario 5520
Compaq Presario 5528
Compaq Presario 5536
Compaq Presario CDS 510
Compaq Presario CDS 520
Compaq Presario CDS 524
Compaq Presario CDS 924
Compaq Presario CDS 942
Compaq Presario CDS 982
Compaq Presario CDTV 520
Compaq Presario CDTV 524
Compaq Presario CDTV 528
Compaq Presario SR5710Y
Compaq Presario SR1530IL

Compaq Desktops For Sale


Compaq (a portmanteau of Compatibility And Quality; occasionally referred to as CQ prior to its final logo) was a company founded in 1982 that developed, sold, and supported computers and related products and services. Compaq produced some of the first IBM PC compatible computers, being the first company to legally reverse engineer the IBM Personal Computer. It rose to become the largest supplier of PC systems during the 1990s before being overtaken by HP in 2001. Struggling to keep up in the price wars against Dell, as well as with a risky acquisition of DEC, Compaq was acquired for US$25 billion by HP in 2002. The Compaq brand remained in use by HP for lower-end systems until 2013 when it was discontinued.

The company was formed by Rod Canion, Jim Harris and Bill Murto—former Texas Instruments senior managers. Murto (SVP of Sales) departed Compaq in 1987, while Canion (President and CEO) and Harris (SVP of Engineering) left under a shakeup in 1991, which saw Eckhard Pfeiffer appointed President and CEO. Pfeiffer served through the 1990s. Ben Rosen provided the venture capital financing for the fledgling company and served as chairman of the board for 18 years from 1983 until September 28, 2000, when he retired and was succeeded by Michael Capellas, who served as the last Chairman and CEO until its merger with HP.

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