Pacific Computer City, Guangzhou, southern China's Pearl River Delta as well as an important distribution center for computer products, brings together all kinds of Chinese and foreign brands of computer products and accessories, seven hundred computer marketers gathered here, known as "China's largest computer market ", grade the full range of computer products throughout China and Hong Kong, Macao, and Taiwan to attract regional and Asian customers.
Pacific Computer City is located in Tianhe District, Guangzhou. Milky Way is a new city, a good location and convenient transportation, high-tech industry in Guangzhou city center. Computer City, adjacent to Hong Kong and Guangzhou train station, metro station and Guangzhou Tianhe East Railway Station, Guangzhou in recent years with the rise of the financial street - Tianhe North Road, within ten minutes by car.
Pacific Computer City, a project by the Pacific Technology electronic trading market, and the second phase composed of the Pacific Electronic Technology Square. A market opened in May 1994, the foundation of the Pacific Group, a starting point for the market in Guangzhou, one to three for the computer specialty stores, four to nine for the high-level business office. Lin Jie market two and a built and connected to integrated bridge. Two to three for the professional market, a computer stores, four to ten layer as office buildings, shopping centers can accommodate one to three hundred three computer product marketers. The Computer City market area thirty-six thousand square meters, the usual daily traffic of 6-70000 trips, holidays and during the promotion period, up to 100,000 people or more, the surging crowds tremendous business opportunities.
Mainland IT companies in its information technology products in Guangzhou Pacific Computer City, as a symbol of strength and influence. China's first brand "Lenovo one plus one", before 2000 only through store operations, company executives see the Pacific Computer City, a special effect, after 2000 in Guangzhou, the Pacific Computer City, a succession of four pavement.