With technology prices constantly dropping, you may find yourself tempted to upgrade that same old clunky laptop you’ve had since university or finally fix that cracked iPhone screen. While a $400-500 laptop at Best Buy can be tempting, if the reason you’re looking to upgrade is software or even cosmetic physical damage, we’d highly recommend looking into local Winnipeg PC repair services. In most cases with minimal investment you can remedy some of the most frustrating issues that most people buy new laptops for. We’ve listed some of the easiest issues a computer store can solve for you and the approximate cost.
Laptop Screen Repair – $130 to $150
Much like your iPhone or Samsung Galaxy, if you drop your laptop or it slips out of your bag the screen WILL crack. Luckily, most consumer grade laptops use similar screens and this can be fixed pretty quick and within a reasonable cost range. Make sure whoever you take your laptop to has a good warranty so if there is any problem when you leave, you’re covered.
Creaky or Broken Hinges – $100
Another issue you will likely experience if you drop your laptop or you’re clumsy is the hinges between your screen and the keyboard/logic board may become broken or dislodged. Many laptop manufacturers will have warranties that will not support fixing this type of issue, but luckily getting new OEM replacement hinges is an easy task for local Winnipeg laptop repair providers. Since there are so many different models of laptops out there on the market, you should definitely call to confirm they have your specific models part in stock.
Laptop Keyboard Replacement – $150
You’ve been banging away on that keyboard for years now, and we all know how greasy and dirty it can get let alone if anything catastrophic happens like a spilled drink. This is of course no reason to toss out your entire laptop as replacing a keyboard and even individual keys can be accomplished in as little as a few hours by an experienced laptop repair technician. Even if you’ve lost one stubborn key, you can order them online and find instructions online on how to do it yourself.
There are tons of local PC repair options in Winnipeg and while it may seem like a tough task you can actually remedy many of the above problems and save money on your next laptop. If you’re looking for a ballpark cost, we’d recommend checking out computerrepairwinnipeg.ca as they have updated pricing on most laptop and PC repairs.
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