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Wilson computer center in Lima

Wilson Computer Center

Shopping for computers and parts

Av. Garcilaso de la Vega block 12
City (Peru)

Once being one of the most luxurious streets in Lima, the Av. Wilson, or Av. Garcilaso de la Vega as it's called today, is heavily congested by buses and cars. Anyhow on block 11 and 12 computer enthusiasts find a small heaven. Within some sort of a shopping complex hundreds of small and bigger stores sell all kind of computer hard- and software.

Additionally you find all accessories needed. A great place for bargain shoppers as long as you know a thing or two about computers.

In Wilson you can buy among many other things complete new or used computers and laptops, screens, printers as well as computer parts, equipments and fittings. Most of the products might surely be name-brand and legitimate, but some might probably be fake or contraband. Therefore take care not to be ripped off. Wilson is also well-known for its mostly pirated computer software, games and movie DVDs. Just flip through one of the bulky folders or ask for a special program or movie and within minutes you get your "copy". Around the shopping center and behind it on Calle Rufino Torrico there a more shops selling CDs, DVDs and printer accessories. It's also a good place to get things printed out in all formats and sizes.


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