Computers, like surgeons, perform subtle operations, dread the idea of viruses, and work best when cooled by personal fans. Experiment on your system with today's Groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of computer repair and upgrade services at General NanoSystems.
The tech gurus at General NanoSystems trounce computer trouble with technical know-how and professionalism gained through years of experience and training. The knowledgeable staff begins each visit with free diagnostics to suss out problems with stricken machines before calming computers with a kind word and a CD containing their favorite lollipop. After pinpointing problems, General NanoSystems' gadgeteers tune-up run-down computers ($30+) and chase viruses out of cyber hiding places ($150–$170). New operating systems ($69–$99) realize the full potential of outmoded mainframes by replacing ancient interfaces. With intimate knowledge of a computer’s inner workings gleaned after spending their semester abroad inside a hard drive, General NanoSystems’ machine mechanics install parts such as memory ($15–$35), CPUs ($15–$35), and graphics cards ($19) quickly and efficiently.
Although parts are not included in today’s Groupon, General NanoSystems discounts upgrades and installations with the purchase of new hardware. If a particularly troublesome issue cannot be repaired on the spot, General NanoSystems gladly admits sick machines for a night or two of tender love and care, returning them bright and ready for email perusals or insertion of personal exploits into Wikipedia articles.
3014 University Ave. SE
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55414