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.
SpeedGeek provides reliable computer and tech support to individuals, families, and businesses across New York City. Whether you need to replace a motherboard, configure a wireless network, set up a home theater system or restore your lost data, you can put your trust in us.
Despite MIT’s best efforts, telepathy still hasn't been invented yet. That's why Mobile Shop specializes in smartphone retail and repair for top-of-the-line brands such as Nokia, Samsung, HTC, and Apple. Highly trained technicians use only original, name-brand parts when performing complicated fixes ranging from a replacing cracked screens or broken antennas to reversing water damage incurred while calling for sushi from pool's deep end. To reward their phones for being brave patients, clients may also navigate Mobile Shop's diverse inventory of cases and chargers for the home and vehicle.
A former IT manager for JPMorgan Chase, Arthur Zilberman opened LaptopMD with the goal of offering customer-oriented computer service from a convenient midtown location. Joined by a team of expert techs, he repairs and tunes up computers and laptops to meet the rapid pace of the city’s hard-working professionals. Free estimates precede all services and repairs, with the flexible staffers accepting computers through the mail, picking up and delivering them from clients, or doing repairs on site. Their combination of excellent customer service and competent work has created a tidal wave of enthusiastic local press and happy laptops that open and close themselves in applause.
Hardware Project’s Mac-certified technicians know that as we carry our mobile phones and tablets from place to place 24/7, they face more dangers than rotary phones or stationary desktop computers ever had to worry about. To keep these devices running up to snuff, they mend electronics that have had unfortunate encounters with a spilled glass of water or the heel of someone's shoe. They perform screen swaps and minor internal repairs for iPhones, iPads, and iPods, as well as a whole suite of Android devices. Of course, their expertise extends to traditional computing systems as well, as they can capably tune up Macs and PCs by removing viruses, replacing batteries, and excising any pesky poltergeists.