Computer Repair Birmingham AL
Posted by : Matt and Chris Lake
Any father who's trying to sound reasonable will recite the mantra "Itdoesn't matter how it got broken, the important thing is getting itrepaired." Whether it's a cracked window with a tell-tale baseball lyingnearby or a PDA lying on the floor with a shattered screen, theimportant detail isn't how it got broken. The important detail is anumber. A number with a dollar sign in front of it. A number with adollar sign in front of it that somebody's going to have to pay. And theimportant thing about this number is that it be as small as possible.
Like most fathers, I've called a glazier with a child's baseball in myfree hand, blanched at the cost of replacing a 6-by-9 inch pane ofglass, and done it myself. And like most fathers, I've saved myself morethan $50 in the process, and torn my fingertips to ribbons.
PDAs are another issue. You void warranties by taking a screwdriver to abroken iPaq or Palm device, and no amount of caulk and putty will coverup sloppy workmanship. And yet the screen of a PDA is made of glass, andwill shatter when hit by a baseball or dropped at just the wrong angle.And taking them in for repair is not only expensive, it's horriblytime-consuming.
So with a broken PDA in one hand and a maxed-out credit card in theother, what's a cash-strapped techno-dad to do? Fortunately, there's areasonably priced way around the woes of shattered PDA screens, dud PDAbatteries, and other handheld horrors. ...