Etech Computak Inc's technicians may specialize in Apple products, but they can also repair broken smartphones and computers from other brands. They replace phones' cracked LCD screens and dead batteries, and they remove viruses and spyware from computers, as well as install hardware and recover data. They also mend malfunctioning gaming consoles, including Nintendo Wiis, Xbox 360s, and Playstations.
Computer World US provides a wide variety of computer, network, and home-systems services. Technicians repair computers, cleaning them of viruses or speeding them up, build custom systems, and design networks for both residences and small businesses. They also network home-theater systems, set up smartphone control for wireless camera systems, security alarms, and door locks, and offer 24-hour remote-assistance for computer issues.
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.
High Tech Computer Solutions understands that computer issues don't always occur during the 9 to 5 workday. That's why in addition to in-store service, technicians offer remote and 24/7 on-call in-home computer repairs and technical services. They offer diagnostics and repairs for issues with laptop and desktop computers, screens, and hardware. Technicians will also gladly setup and install software and peripherals, recover data and protect networks, and repair devices such as iPhones or a banana phone with a cracked peel.
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.