Without modern electronics, mankind would have limited access to Bach’s symphonies, Hitchcock’s films, and Bob Saget’s dog and baby voiceovers. Ensure technological wonders are in tiptop shape with today’s Groupon to The Laptop Guy, valid at three locations. Choose from the following options:
- For $20, you get $50 worth of hardware or software repair services for laptops, computers, or iPods.
- For $29, you get $70 worth screen-repair services for smartphones, including iPhones and Androids.
- For $45, you get $100 toward screen-repair services for laptop computers, including Apple.
- For $55, you get $120 toward screen-repair services for iPads and Galaxy Tab.
The Laptop Guy works to restore damaged gizmos and cracked or dimming screens with a speedy and budget-friendly approach. After diagnosing a gadget’s technical maladies free of charge, experts go to work mending iPhone screens (starting at $129) or laptop computer displays (PC starting at $179 and Apple starting at $209) broken while working, traveling, or playing literal games of Minesweeper. Computer whizzes can also fix cracked iPads and iPad 2s (starting at $199), repair iPod Touch surfaces (starting at $89), or outfit laptops with a fresh standard battery ($89) protected with a one-year warranty. Clients can tote their devices to retail locations, or send them into stores via mail or teleporter, although shipping costs are not included.
The Laptop Guy
Big things can grow from small beginnings. Just ask Zoe, the cartoon (and real) canine mascot of The Laptop Guy. The computer-repair shop began with a rented counter in a toy shop, where the company's founder and his dog sold laptops to passersby. His dedication to his customers and Zoe's playful nature brought in more and more customers, until the repair and sales shop could no longer fit next to the action-figure aisle. More than 10 years later, The Laptop Guy has grown into a multi-store business that solves customers' smartphone, Apple, Android, and PC issues with online support, in-house repairs, or onsite troubleshooting. Cartoon Zoe and her owner still greet customers on the company's website, and the real-life versions can be found in one of the repair shops on any given day.