Computer Hardware

Computer components act up, break, or become obsolete. If your computer still does what you want it to, repairing it is usually more cost-effective than replacing it. If it needs to run faster, sometimes components can be upgraded without the need to replace the entire machine. If it's really holding you back, outright replacement might be the only adequate solution.

The world of computer technology can be a confusing place for individuals who don't necessarily live and breathe it. Standards grow, evolve, & die, and the pace at which this all takes place can be breathtaking. If you don't have the first clue where to start, or if you just need a helping hand, we're here to get you started out on the right track.

Building

We don't normally list computers or components on our website, since each unit is custom-made and market priced. Our lack of inventory & zero parts markup keeps the focus on building the right computer for you, not the right computer for us. From the bleeding edge to barebones our fees are the same, so you can be sure we have no reason to push hardware that you don't want or need.

Repair

It's a fact of life: electronics don't live forever. If you have a PC, laptop, tablet, or cellphone that is broken, we provide fee-free diagnosis for the purposes of determining whether repair is a viable, cost-effective option. It doesn't matter whether the backlight on your laptop is dead, your kids dropped your tablet or cellphone & shattered the screen, your charging port stopped functioning, or your power supply suddenly produced a loud popping sound & is now billowing acrid black smoke, we've got you covered.

Hardware Disposal

If your machine is well and truly dead, don't toss it in the dumpster. Depending on the age and condition, we may be willing to purchase your dead hardware. If it's not worth salvaging, we collect electronic waste and dispose of it through accredited electronics recycling programs & facilities. Electronics are full of heavy metals and toxins, so they absolutely need to be disposed of properly. If you don't know what to do with your burnt-out CFL light bulbs, we'll also take those provided the glass is intact. CFLs contain mercury, which is a highly toxic contaminant. More than any other electronic waste, they absolutely must be disposed of in a manner which prevents their mercury contents from leaching into groundwater.