Frank Brandolino knows a thing or two about computers. That’s because he was already working with them as the manager of a computer center in 1985 when desktops began their ascent to household necessity. Now, as the owner of Velocita Technology, he and a team of knowledgeable technicians offer this extensive electronics-oriented prowess to today’s customers and their robotic pets. At a walk-in service center they mend computers, copiers, printers, scanners, and other devices or lend technical support backed by manufacturers. Additionally, their sales department keeps patrons well stocked in gadgets ranging from digital cameras to laptops to TVs.
Every time you blink it seems like there’s a new video-game console, computer, or phone dominating the market. Ray and Elyse, E Tech Squad’s two-person team, make it a priority to thoroughly understand the ins and outs of all the latest gadgets. It helps them conduct onsite repairs of computers, Xbox and PlayStation consoles, and Apple products as swiftly as possible. That knowledge also makes them ideal resources for customers looking to make informed technological purchases. E Tech Squad’s storefront stays stocked with many such items, from flash drives and blank CDs to programmable LED signs and security cameras.