Computer repair made really, really easy

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Finding a product or service that lives up to its hype is such a joy, it's worth shouting about. So we're going to let Adam Mahle of the Ohio Society of CPAs do a little shouting in this TechieBytes post. Adam?

It’s not too often that I find myself impressed with a company or a service that a company offers. So often products and services offered by companies are not quite what they appear, or don’t live up to the hype.  But did what so many other companies have failed to do -- impressed me immensely.

My initial experience with started out with a broken LCD screen on a machine under warranty. ... I began researching laptop repair companies, as it had been a couple years since I needed a non-warranty repair on a laptop, other than a battery or hard drive replacement. I even researched price costs for a replacement LCD. And because this laptop was relatively new, my researched prices were ending up relatively high. The part price wasn’t too bad, but labor was adding significantly to the price -- a factor that I have pretty much come to expect these days.

Around this time, I ran across

Read Adam's complete blog post here.


Bill Sheridan