Times are hard and when your computer starts acting up, you start scratching your head, and start looking around for solutions. The solution depends on which one of these following categories you fall into;
1- Go to one of the big names in the high street and get them to fix your computer
2- Ask around to fined who is the best, most competent, and the most affordable to repair your computer?
3- Ask a friend who is very handy with computers to take a look and repair your computer?
4- Take a chance and go to your nearest outlet that fixes computers.
For category one the paramount is the image of the outlets, and the comfort of mind that grandeur of the façade provide. This is in line with their brand awareness, and fits their self image; the trendy products, with the in crowd. These would be pretty happy to sport the go faster stripes and the brand, rather than the actual performance metrics or efficiency and speed of their computing operation. Reliability is a given for these in the brand and there is little anyone can provide in the way of contrary facts and figures.
Some of these irrelevant facts have been investigated by Which and amount to shocking findings include; not a single retailer (high street big names) successfully fixed all of the laptops taken into their branches. Overall less than half (forty percent) were repaired properly. The Which investigators further found ; “huge differences in quality, aptitude and pricing – from failing to diagnose the fault to fitting unnecessary parts, and charging between nothing and almost £170 to address the same issue”. Fact that in some cases they were charged three to four times the actual costs, or were faced with bills for parts that were not needed, is compounded with the cases that faults were not fixed altogether, despite demands for paying the costs of repair.
For category two, data is important, as well as performance, and the reliability of repairs, along with cost, hence their agonising search for a trusted outlet, that can fulfil the repairs and services requirements. This category leaves very little to chance and is not concerned with brand awareness or trendy brands, their first and foremost endeavour is to preserve their data, and its integrity as well as their expectations of performance at optimum levels from their machines. In addition to their expectation of the reliability of repairs, at reasonable and economic prices. This category can collectively take comfort that we are a trusted provider, and our record cult following among this category is proof of that. We boast with our abilities to get your machine repaired and turned around in quick time (not weeks, and no payments to get you to queue jump, or sub standard replacement parts from scrap dealers). That is the reason for our longevity of thirty years service record in this IT/IS environment, the most volatile sector of the market.
For category three, the data is not of any importance, and performance is the least of their worries, and fact that shiploads of photographs were lost, along with lots of other files matters very little, these have set their goal to pay as little as possible, preferably nothing and get their computer sorted. Hence the handy friend whom in return will be asking for favours no doubt. The outcome maybe kind of satisfactory or a total disaster, but in any case it wouldn't have cost anything, and that is the goal sought for in this category.
For category four these are the eternal gamblers and any opportunity presents and angle of excitement, take your chances and be surprised or walk away with a broken laptop despite having paid the bills to get it fixed. Although those wishing to win, can always take a safe bet and refer their machines to us for a speedy repair, reliably betting to win with us.