The computer gurus at Angel Tech Repair and Sales not only set up, maintain, and repair computers, but they also teach others to become tech savvy. When they're not installing antivirus software and new operating systems, they're leading one-on-one classes on both Windows and Apple products. During in-person, web, or phone classes, the crew shows novices how to navigate the basics of the Internet and email, edit photos, or talk to faraway loved ones on Skype.
My Mobile AT&T introduces patrons to the latest products and services available through its namesake company's Internet and cell phone divisions. The shop's 14 locations carry the newest models of popular smart phone lines, such as iPhone, Samsung Galaxy, and Blackberry, as well as accessories including cases, chargers, and screen protectors. Customers seeking a speedy Internet connection for their homes or underground lairs may learn more about AT&T's feature-laden U-verse High Speed Internet service at the shop, where they can also sign up for it on the spot.
Specializing in a range of personal-computer brands, including HP, Compaq, Gateway, Toshiba, IBM, Dell, and Sony, the techs at PC Medics 911 take the guesswork out of computer diagnostics. Armed with years of experience and encyclopedic knowledge of the machines, they set up wireless networks, install protective software, and repair devices suffering from viruses or impulses to spontaneously combust.
Dusty cassettes and worn-down records surrender fading memories to ARC’s staff, which works to preserve visual memoirs and nostalgic tunes with pristine, dependable DVD and CD transfers. Crisp, high-definition quality defines each DVD transfer ($3–$10/transfer, depending on number of copies), ensuring patrons can enjoy home movies without the sputtering loops, unspooled tape, and sporadic bursts of ’80s-style synthesizers central to most VHS-viewing experiences. ARC’s staff can also do a combined edit of film, photos, and VHS footage onto a single DVD ($20/hour; $5/each additional hour), and underscore the visuals with a choice of music. Additionally, patrons can transfer audio from flimsy records to CD ($6–$22/transfer, depending on number of copies), preserving rare recordings for years to come. All transfers include a plastic case for the DVD or CD, and ARC can craft labels for an additional $0.25.
We are a local computer shop in Burbank, CA with over 12 years of experience. Our goal is to provide fast and reliable computer service for the Los Angeles area. We have same day turn around for most jobs while providing the lowest prices around, guaranteed.
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