The seasoned technicians at Oregon Install Company call upon their more than seven decades of combined experiences to complete detailed, efficient installations of home entertainment equipment. In addition to wall-mounts for televisions, computer installation, and speaker work, the team also programs remote controls, installs furniture, and peels off any really sticky labels. The friendly and respectful techs also specialize in solving tricky electronics problems, and are confident that they can overcome any installation obstacle, no matter how big or how wirey.
With a combined 12 years of experience as technological consultants and repairmen, Tyler and Matt cure digital maladies in Windows, OSX, and Linux systems at QuallT Computers. In their computer clinic, Tyler and Matt perform diagnostics on sluggish systems and perform the necessary services, ranging from virus removal to hardware replacements to repairs. Tyler and Matt also stock a supply of new and refurbished computers and accessories, and share their expertise in such topics as network configuration and business IT solutions.
Standard TV and Appliance has been equipping Oregonians with fridges, washing machines, televisions, and other home furnishings for nearly 70 years. Founded in 1947 by Clement and Hazel Gander, the appliance experts swiftly outgrew their original location and today boast four (soon to be five) locations in and around Portland. Besides selling new machines from top brands, they sling deals on quality used appliances, offer parts and repair services, and babysit lonely range-tops during long vacations.
Agility PC Services is a computer consulting company and retail store with a highly experienced technical staff. Hardware upgrades, virus removal, spyware removal? Bring your laptop, home PC or server to our retail and repair location for fast and friendly service for all of your needs.
For 10 years, New Era Computers has taught students to bend computers to their will with software-wrangling classes that congregate in the mornings, afternoons, or evenings. Instructors employ individual attention and hands-on learning to unveil the mysteries behind Microsoft Word (a $180 value), Excel (a $225¬–$275 value), PowerPoint (a $180 value), Access (a $225–$275 value), or the accounting prowess of QuickBooks (a $225 value). Beginning courses impart basic skills, while intermediate courses delve into more complex studies and allow students to build their own scale model of the Internet. Classes meet in two-hour sessions, either twice a week for three weeks or three times a week for two weeks. New Era Computers' schedule lets prospective students peruse a convenient timeslot and teaches them how to introduce themselves in binary.