It's nearly impossible to get by without a computer these days if you like sitting near something warm and aluminum. Touch the future with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $29 for a PC Physical and Consultation (a $59 value)
- $49 for $100 towards in-store computer service
During the PC Physical, techs assess computers to uncover the cause of sluggish performance, constant crashes, or a browser that redirects every webpage to the Everybody Loves Raymond fan-site. For the second option, guests have their run of the shop. Techs carry out everything from repairs—such as virus removal, security program installation, and dust and grime cleaning—to complex data recovery.
As their name implies, the technicians at Data Doctors see computers as patients, and look to cure CPU maladies rather than simply treating symptoms. In the span of a short wait, the team diagnoses the problem at hand and determines the best course of action, should it be repairs, upgrades, or complete replacements. The winner of a Spirit of Enterprise Award by the W.P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University and fluent in both Windows and Mac systems, the computer sleuths root out viruses and spyware, optimize drives with defragmentation and registry cleaning, and even delve into cases to drive out fan-choking dust and infestations of robotic ants. Once services are complete, they chat with each customer to explain how best to prevent a return visit.
The team's expertise also extends to the sale and setting up of new computers, including the safe transfer of data from old hard drives to new ones. To keep businesses running smoothly, Data Doctors can set up new networks, lend supplemental IT help, and recover data lost to the void.
81% of 21 customers recommend
“Thought they were very nice and did the job in the time they said they would.”
“make appointment before going. would just like to say, very nice people and extremely knowledgeable and helpful for everything. answered every single question.”
“Great guys, great service. I have used them several times.”