There’s no question we look for the highest quality replacement parts when finding suppliers for smart phone LCD assemblies. The range of screens available on the market vary in cost, construction, and value, and we are happy to provide the best, as well as details on why they meet our standards.
It’s no surprise that your battery is losing power the more you use it, but do you know how to make the most of the power you have left?
If you’re looking forward to the newest models from Samsung, Google, and Apple, you’re not alone. Microsoft, LG, and Huawei have releases planned, too.
USB-C can deliver up to 100 watts of power. And whether that’s going to a smart device or a laptop, charging and data transfer waits are going to be significantly decreased with USB-C technology.
When you need quality replacement parts, you visit our online store, but when you’re looking for peerless end-user support, few offer as robust a service as The Computer Shop.
Michigan’s Flint area has been home to the Wireless Repair Zone for the last five years, and much to the benefit of local smart phone users, the zone is expanding.
With a quad-core CPU, Snapdragon 820 chip, dual rear camera setup (16 MP, f/1.8 and 8 MP, f/2.4) , and rugged Gorilla Glass, the LG G5 is the latest device to land on our shelves.
This week our attention is on Group Vertical wholesale customer Daniel Cruz, of Boost Mobile in Grand Rapids. Daniel’s store has been in business for just over five months at their new South Division location, and has over two years of success at another outlet in Muskegon.
It’s been nothing but a cycle of embarrassment and horror for Samsung and the many who purchased the Note 7, but there is hope for those who haven’t yet gotten burned.
Instead of throwing those broken, old, or unwanted LCD screens away, let us take them off your hands and help you make some money in the process.
Take advantage of our Rewards Points program today and you’ll soon see how it benefits to be one of our loyal customers.
If you didn’t notice on September 16, we’ve started live streaming teardowns of new and selected products and tools on Facebook. Our first video detailed the inner workings of the iPhone 7, but we will soon be taking apart several other popular devices.