Computer Shopper(US magazine)是美国著名的关于计算机产品导购的杂志，月刊。跟英语出版的同名杂志Computer Shopper(UK magazine)并无关系。
Computer Shopper于1979年由Patch Communications公司在佛罗里达州创办，是当时第一个全国性的致力于分类登载计算机广告的杂志。1982年Stan Veit担任总编辑时使杂志增加了25%的内容，每期发行量超过了200000份。Computer Shopper1988年搬到纽约。Computer Shopper曾一度保持了最后杂志的记录，每期总计超过800页的，大部分是电脑广告，由于互联网的发展网上杂志订阅份额增加，杂志容量大幅减少，但仍保持在每期300页以上。
Computer Shopper is a monthly home computing magazine published in the United States.
The magazine at one time held the record of being the heaviest magazine, totalling well over 800 pages per issue on a large 10" x 15" format. Most of these were advertisements for mail order computer & computer parts stores. Since the rise of the world wide web and online ordering the magazine has shrunk a great deal, although it still features reviews of over 300 products per issue.
The magazine was founded by Patch Communications in Titusville, Florida in 1979, at which time Patch Communications, bought out ON_LINE, which was published by David Harold Beetle, and was the first nationwide classified advertising newsletter devoted entirely to the computer hobby. In 1982, Stan Veit was hired as Editor-In-Chief and the format of the magazine was changed. The Editorial was expanded to 25% of the content and the total circulation increased to over 200,000 copies per issue. In 1988 the magazine was purchased by Ziff Davis and moved to New York City. Stan Veit became Editor-In-Chief, Emeritus.
On February 6, 2006, Computer Shopper was bought out by SX2 Media Labs, so it is no longer run by internet-based CNET. The magazine does, however, still have a strong partnership with CNET.
The American Computer Shopper is unrelated to the British publication of the same name.