Wow. After pretty much inventing the simulated trainer market, they got passed by new competitors and found themselves pretty much irrelevant. Probably a good case study for a business coursehttps://tomdemerly.com/2017/02/28/report-indicates-computrainer-going-out-of-business/
A pioneer for sure with an impressively solid product, but one that didn't grow with the times.
Lack of wireless options and ancient software are fine until something better comes along, which it did (more modern smart trainers and Zwift to name a few).
Who's gonna buy up the remaining stock to save for the few repairs needed?