Helmed by a management team of computer wizards, ClickAway's hardworking technicians restore PC and Apple devices with in-store and onsite repairs. Savvy computer overlords restore sleek Macintosh computers with the backing of official Apple authorization, while software gurus dig in to the electronic innards of desktops and laptops to remove pesky spyware, viruses, and incriminating cookies crumbs.
Free, in-store diagnostics thoroughly assess damage and glitches in personal computers, and specialists are on-hand to repair cracked screens and remove water damage from tablets and smartphones. Clients in the market for brand-new gadgets can peruse each ClickAway location's array of accessories, multimedia device rentals, and new and used computers from Dell, Lenovo, Apple, HP and more.
BayCoTech Group's technicians specialize in all facets of computer and mobile device repair. Their support team service cell phones and tablets from makers such as Apple, Samsung, and LG. They repair hardware and software, they'll fix cracked LCD screens, and troubleshoot problems with both cell phones and computers. They also assist individuals and small businesses with vital tasks like data recovery and backup; they can configure a new system, upgrade hardware, and remove viruses. In the digital realm, their services include web design and maintenance. Knowledgeable techs also hold training sessions and teach people how to troubleshoot problems with their phones, computers, and robot overlords.
At San Jose's Cell Phone Repair, gadget specialists keep clients connected to the world around them with simple cell-phone fixes, extensive computer overhauls, and smartphone-specific repairs and protective services. The skilled repairfolk can undo nearly any type of damage done to iPhones and other smartphones. They can remove harmful liquid from circuitry, restore faulty charging ports, or fix broken screens. The versatile techs’ expertise is not limited to handheld electronics and computers, as they can also fix a range of other household devices, from making a game console good as new to repairing frustrating mechanical failures in tablets, laptops, and MP3 players.
The technicians can perform many of these repairs on the spot, allowing their customers to quickly resume making phone calls, checking their calendar at a moment's notice, or quickly settling heated disputes about Eric Stoltz's movie career. While their devices are being restored, customers can peruse the shop’s selection of products and accessories, which includes phone and laptop cases, headphones, and chargers.
Recently profiled by The Atlantic for its members' innovative inventions, TechShop’s supportive community of inventors, artists, technicians, and alchemists share their excitement about the next big idea in an environment limited only by their collective imagination. The 17,000-square-foot smorgasbord of inventive creativity beckons people of all skill levels to its DIY confines, where members can wield tools not found in most private workshops, slicing through steel with a plasma cutter or accessing 3-D design software to finally realize the goal of crawling inside the Internet. Hands-on classes jump-start creative juices, introducing students to vocational skills including welding, soldering, and woodworking. Neophyte inventors aged 12–17 are welcome but must be accompanied by a parent or guardian to ensure they don't break physics.