© 2012 GOULD’S, ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.23. Computer Store sent a valid firm offer to Computer Vendor on September 1 that said Computer Store would offer premium computer screens at $250 (normally selling for $350), and superior computer screens at $300 (normally selling for $400). Computer Vendor got a rush of back to school orders that it could not fill, and sent a rush order via a faxed communication for prompt shipment on September 8 for ten premium computer screens at $250 each (then normally selling at $350 each), and ten superior computer screens for $300 each (then normally selling at $400 each), payment included. Computer Store immediately shipped to Computer Vendor ten premium computer screens, and ten excellent computer screens instead of ten superior computer screens, because Computer Store was out of stock of the superior computer screens. The excellent computer screens were of similar quality to the superior computer screens. If Computer Vendor sues Computer Store for breach of contract, what is the likely result?A, Computer Vendor will prevail, because Computer Store breached the contract. B. Computer Vendor will prevail, because they ordered prompt shipment of goods.C. Computer Vendor will not prevail, because Computer Store substantially performed their obligations under the contract.D. Computer Vendor will not prevail, because Computer Store sent an accommodation shipment, which Computer Vendor was free to accept, but in no event was a contract formed when Computer Store shipped the order to Computer Vendor.