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"All his customers have computers, all my customers have computers," explains CPNU owner Cameron Vand, who opened the business in 1998 on East Liberty. CPNU stands for Computers, Peripherals, and Upgrades (the "N" was originally an ampersand). Vand sells a full line of computers, both laptop and desktop. He also services Macs and PCs and claims that at $45 an hour he's got the most competitive prices in town. "I do stuff on Macs the Apple store won't do," he claims.

CPNU Computer Services, 1918 W. Stadium (West Stadium Shopping Center). 623-2768. Mon.-Fri. 9:30 a.m.-6 p.m., Sat. & Sun. by appointment. www.cpnu.com.

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