Magic Tech's pros deliver top computer, smartphone, and tablet repair services right in the client?s home. Customers schedule an appointment with a tech who brings all the tools and knowledge necessary to perform everything from wireless-network setup to virus removal. In addition to configuring and repairing devices, Magic Tech Pros also teaches in-home computer lessons.
A unique store adjacent to our Moto Photo where you can create prints, enlargements, posters, collages, books, scrapbook pages and works of art from your images. Browse our vast display of sample products and photo gifts to inspire you. Don't have a good photo? Schedule a photo shoot in our new studio.
An active member of the Apple Consultants Network and an Apple-certified Technical Coordinator and Support Professional, Charlie Redmond III specializes in servicing numerous Apple products, including iPhones and iPads. He performs repairs and troubleshooting, provides system maintenance, and helps design and implement Wi-Fi systems in homes and small businesses. If you're making the switch from PCs to Macs, Charlie can help ease the conversion.
When Scott founded Hi-Tech, he had one simple idea: make technology easy for everyone. By conducting one-on-one mobile lessons, Scott helps clients learn the mysteries of their computerized machines through topics such as social-media basics, using email, and how to create documents and spreadsheets. Scott tailors lessons to each individual, ensuring students get information relevant to their own needs—whether they need to sort videos and pictures or manage entertainment applications such as Netflix and Hulu.
AdoramaPix helps people turn their digital photographs from abstract computer files into beautiful keepsakes designed to last a lifetime. Their custom photo books, for instance, print images in vibrant detail on thick, durable, professional grade photo paper that resists fading, ensuring that photos will be just as colorful for future generations. The books' binding is also lay-flat, so even panoramic images can splash across two pages without any separation. The company strives for this same longevity with a variety of photo products, from high-definition images on metal or canvas to photo greeting cards and calendars, each of which is personalized with a few clicks of a mouse.
With the intuitive PixPublisher Applet, users design and create their own coffee-table books and albums out of digital photo files, choosing from hundreds of professionally designed themes and layouts. Once the final image has been chosen, staff members meticulously print and finish the keepsake, which is then professionally inspected before being shipped to the customer's door.
With the countless designers who have made forays into eyewear design, it's easy to forget that glasses were once seen as purely functional. But Jack Cohen was one of the first to see them as a fashion accessory?in 1927 he started selling more stylized designs from a pushcart in Manhattan. His foresight paid off, as Cohen's Fashion Optical now operates in more than 100 retail outlets throughout the country. Since then, Cohen's offerings have expanded, of course, to include eye exams, contacts, sunglasses, and clip-on sunglasses for those without pierced ears.