Chromebooks, regardless of their manufacturer, often offer an affordable alternative to Windows laptops and MacBooks by offering a web-focused experience that strips the user experience down to some core features. They’re not for everybody, but they can work well for a lot of people, and usually offer a better build quality and general performance than a comparably-priced PC.
With their affordability comes an element of disposability – since the majority of your data is saved in Google Drive, there’s rarely concern about losing data when a Chromebook fails. Most of the internal components are all built into one solid-state board, so parts can’t be upgraded or replaced easily. But there’s some situations where a repair could be more affordable than outright replacement.
If you’ve broken your Chromebook’s LCD screen, keyboard, touchpad, or hinges, we may be able to provide a fix at an affordable price. Why not stop by and get a quote before tossing it in the trash and moving on?
We can also look at the rare software issues too, such as firmware recovery problems, rogue extensions/”malware”, or confusing settings issues.