It looks like Computer Shopper Magazine will soon only be available online, according to our sources.

“Computer Shopper has a 30-year history as the most comprehensive guide to today’s technology. Over the years, we have evolved into a respected, world-class destination for trusted buying advice and reviews. Our readers have come to expect from us expert, labs-based reviews of the latest technology products, delivered in timely fashion and free of bias. This remains our editorial mission, and with our pure-digital focus, we’ll be able to deliver on it better than ever.”

It is not necessarily going to be detrimental to those who have relied on Computer Shopper in the past.  It will not only mean an end to towering stacks of old magazines, their scheduling can also change.

“We have also implemented a new content management system that allows us to minimize the time between initial receipt of your products and the posting of our reviews. This has enabled us to be the first to the Net with many new product reviews.”

There has never been a charge associated with the use of their website, and our sources make no mention that they plan to begin charging, so do not harbour any fears that they will be following Newsday’s business model.