Computers, both desktops and laptops, as a general rule are more diﬃcult and costly to repair. In our tech-driven time, it is extremely important to have our computers at our disposal when we need them.
This is especially true for laptops, which are designed and made to be portable and convenient for the owner.
An additional way laptop conservation are more easier said than done than desktop repairs is that the average size of a desktop tower has enough room for a repairman to ﬁt both hands inside it to wiggle out and replace parts, as well as use testing equipment to diagnose the problem before repairs begin.
With laptop repairs this is not the case. Laptops are portable and mobile, making them by necessity very small and compact in size. This makes changing even the simplest of parts on your laptop diﬃcult.
Of course it’s happened to almost all of us. One of your children accidentally through a toy he wasn’t supposed to be playing with through your desktop monitor or an overzealous dog knocked your desktop tower over on the ﬂoor. Structural damages on desktops can occur. However, compared to laptops, it’s not near as often.
Laptop repair near me is more diﬃcult than desktop repairs because along with the usual (and sometimes more common) hardware damages and repairs, structural/aesthetic repairs are also usually a necessity more commonly than desktop.
When working with desktops, professionals know that as a general rule parts can be cannibalized from other computers, come from a diﬀerent manufacturer or brand of desktop and be fairly easy to replace.
For example, a fan from a Dell may ﬁt your HP desktop, therefore saving the time and money it takes to hunt down an HP desktop fan if a Dell fan is right there. With laptop repair near me, this is not nearly always the case.
Because there are so many diﬀerent styles, setups and designs of laptops, the parts for a speciﬁc laptop are usually exactly that – speciﬁc.