AME Computers' electronics guru and founder Anthony Elias is still as passionate about computers as he was 21 years ago when he first dissected a Commodore 64 computer to see how it worked. That passion inspired Anthony to found the website, AME Computers, where he wrote and hosted more than 500 articles that helped to share his technological know-how. As he gathered article contributions from fellow tech gurus, Anthony saw his site grow to attract more than 5,000 visitors each month. Inspired by the growing audience of his site, Anthony opened the brick-and-mortar AME Computers in 2011. Anthony and his staff strive to give the kind of personalized service that is often hard to find at large computer-repair centers. They repair and improve the performance of all computer makes and models, smart phones, and gaming systems, as well as iPods, iPhones, and iPad tablet devices. Other services, which range from data recovery to custom-building computers, ensure smooth and quick sailing across digital-data fields. The staff also can ready machines for recycling, ushering them into the afterlife by erasing their data and absolving their guilt for abetting downloads of instructions for bank robbery.
PeggyBank understands that it takes a lot of faith to let go of your memories, even temporarily. That's why they designed a multi-step process to set their clients' minds at ease when sending precious VHS tapes, photographs, and rolls of film to be converted into digital files. The process begins with customers packing their treasured media into a PeggyBox, a crush- and shock-resistant container equipped with waterproof bags to safeguard contents from rain or water-balloon fights in the post office. Upon receiving the packages, PeggyBank's technicians assess the contents and provide an estimate before converting videos and images into the appropriate type of file, which are then hosted by PeggyBank for clients to download at their convenience. Finally, PeggyBank bids adieu to clients' original copies as they ship them safely back home.
For 13 years, CompRx has kept the computers of Omaha-area individuals and small businesses running smoothly and unharmed by the maddening effects of malware. Certified computer technicians nurse laggard PCs back to health inside the shop, or make house calls to the homes of Mac owners concerned about a laptop that won't boot or a desktop that is feverishly printing out its will. CompRx's services help owners quickly return to computer-aided productivity with setup help, installation of virus protection, or removal of malicious software. Owners concerned about sensitive documents on the computer need not fret, as technicians back up all data by copying files to an external device while each service is completed.
Schrock Innovations Computer Company offers award-winning service and support and the most advanced diagnostic and repair services in Nebraska. With multiple locations in Lincoln and Omaha, Schrock can fix your desktop or laptop, recover data from a bad drive, build you a new computer, or just answer your common questions!
From inflatables and games to magicians, Bryan Hill and his team offer a wide range of entertainment options that can liven up any soiree, as they have for more than 30 years. Inflatable obstacle courses test the endurance of kids, adults, and retired American Gladiators, and a mechanical bull tries to throw daring riders. Colorful carnival moonwalks set the mood, and live performers include airbrush tattoo artists, magicians, and a hypnotist. When the team is not enhancing parties with their colorful equipment and live shows, they’re hard at work repairing, tuning up, and installing new hardware on clients' computers and laptops.