Since 1997, CompuDocs' technicians have kept clients' computers operating smoothly with repairs and upgrades. They service systems by Dell, Apple, Toshiba, and other brands, performing tasks that range from setting up wireless networks to wiping out spyware and viruses.
Archangel Etcetera is an electronics shop not easily categorized, but rather an eclectic locale that repairs electronics as well as sells new, used, and vintage equipment. Technicians nurse clients' ailing PCs back to optimal health with comprehensive repair services, whether they're burdened with viruses, missing vital startup files, or left inoperable due to old age or roundhouse kicks to the keyboard. The shop's stock of electronics and devices includes vintage audio equipment, laptops, and TVs. Mini RC cars enable users to live out their dreams of racing monster trucks without the guilt of crushing dashboard hula dancers often left in old cars.
With 15 years of experience in the computer industry, Bruce has watched storage devices shrink and email inboxes grow to incredible size. At Quality Computer Services, he continues to put his technological skills to work with a variety of troubleshooting services. Whether systems are plagued by viruses, slowed by hardware problems, or firing endless CD-RWs from their drives like Frisbees, Bruce puts malfunctions to rest. He can also aid in building new computers from custom-picked parts or installing upgrades.
At Apple Shack Repair Shop, the staff repairs iPhones, iPads, and iPods. Cracked screens, damaged back covers, and restless Siris account for many of the repairs. If customers' devices are beyond repair, they can replace them with one of the shop's used Apple products.
In their 20 years of industry experience, IT Service Center's technicians grew familiar with a wide range of electronics, and their accompanying problems. They know when a PC is sick with malware or in need of new hardware. They can repair a television just as easily as the monitor to Mac. They also solve less tangible problems than those found within hard drives or crossed wires; they create and host websites, build and install closed-circuit television systems, and even custom-build computers so they can handle the latest games or come to life so that they can finally be your best friend.