Affordable Laptop Repair Ocean Beach CA.
Notebooks are, without a doubt, our best friends when we need efficiency allied to mobility. But even tanks require maintenance, and our work pals (that sometimes are even tougher than a tank) aren’t an exception.
If you’re experiencing issues and need a laptop repair in Ocean Beach, call the best technician available in San Diego County, and you’ll be sure you never miss your laptop when you most need it!
And remember: we’re experts in saving you money! Most times, you can save up to 90% fixing your laptop instead of buying a new one!
Notebook/ Laptop Repair:
– Notebook power connector (DC Jack fix or replacement)
– Broken screen (LCD)
– Sudden powering off
– Any upgrades you may need (hard drive, RAM memory)
– Computer too slow
– Laptops not starting
– Virus and Trojans (most times you don’t even know your computer is infected – you only think the sudden pop-ups or the long time it takes to open any software are weird)
– Wireless and wired networks
– Data transfer from your old computer into your new one
We can fix the following brand of laptops: Toshiba, HP, Compaq, Dell, Fujitsu, Sony (Vaio), IBM.
Ocean Beach is located on the California coast. Approximately a 7-mile drive from San Diego, O.B. is south of Mission Bay and Mission Beach and west of downtown on the Pacific Ocean at the western terminus of Interstate 8. Specifically, the OB community is bounded on the north by the San Diego River, on the west by the Pacific Ocean, on the east by Froude Street and West Point Loma Boulevard, and on the south by Adair Street. It includes three residential sub-areas, namely North Ocean Beach (north of the mid-block between Santa Monica and Saratoga avenues), South Ocean Beach (south of Niagara Avenue), and The Hill (east of Sunset Cliffs).
Earlier names for O.B. include Mussel Beach, Mussel Beds, Medanos (Spanish for ‘dunes’), Palmer’s Place/Ranch, and Palmiro’s.
Ocean Beach has three schools (Ocean Beach Elementary, Sacred Heart Academy, and Warren-Walker), multiple churches, an international hostel, a public library, and the convenience of a U.S. Post Office. The main street of business is Newport Avenue (off of Sunset Cliffs Boulevard), with antique stores, and restaurants, coffee houses, bars, bike and surf shops up and down the street. The street is part of one of the city’s Business Improvement Districts that helps out communities. Local organizations include the Ocean Beach Town Council, the Ocean Beach Mainstreet Association, the Ocean Beach Community Development Corporation, the Kiwanis Club of Ocean Beach, the Ocean Beach Antique District, and the Ocean Beach Historical Society.
Local events include the Ocean Beach Street Fair and Chili Cookoff in late June, a jazz festival at the foot of Newport in late September, the Ocean BeachChristmas Parade in early December, and the Ocean Beach Kite Festival on the first Saturday of March. Also, two blocks of Newport Avenue are open to only foot traffic and bicycles for a farmer’s market each Wednesday from 4 to 8 p.m. Newport Avenue, the same center of town present in 1900, remains the hub today.
The Ocean Beach Municipal Pier, built in 1966, is the longest pier on the West Coast, measuring 1,971 feet (601 m). The dock, which includes a restaurant and bait shop, is located at the south end of the beach and is available to the public for walking and fishing. A concrete walkway spans most of the length of the one-mile beach.
The northern end of OB’s waterfront is known as Dog Beach, alongside the canal that empties into San Diego River. It has been set aside specifically for leash-free pets and their owners 24 hours a day.
Call Rod at (619) 794-4774. We can come to you if you need.
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