Raleigh >Manufacturers > Warp Computers Systems
4701-107 Atlantic Ave, Raleigh, NC | Directions 2760435.848568 -78.603066
M-F 9:30 am to 6:00 pm
Sat 11:00 am to 3:00 pm
I went to them for a simple replacement of a keyboard letter that had fallen off, not only did they charge way too much, but they also screwed up my battery and tryed to convince me that I needed to repair something that was a marginal issue. After I took it back so they could fix the battery they screwed up, I decided to fix the marginal issue before it became a problem, however, if I had known that they would charge well over 100 dollars on something that equates to gluing two parts of the laptop together I would definitely not have done it. Also, after having them fix this issue, they screwed up yet another part of my computer (the wifi port) and I'm currently borrowing a friends to write this. I would not reccomend them at all, in fact I'd rather give money to a three year-old and have them fix it instead of giving it to Warp again.
Warp Computers Systems- do business at ur own risk – I visited ths shop to find parts for an older laptop i was repairing for a friend ( I needed a power cord). While I should hv brought the laptop, i did have the series type. This info. makes it capable to determine the right connector.
All I received was abuse and told "to get out of my store". I was willing to return with the cpu but after that I decided not to. I abhor rudeness, especially from some "green" card idiots who is self absorbed b/c he owns a cpu junkyard.
I have an A+ cert. and hv a decent background in repairs & upgrades. I refuse to spend my $$ there. If they are going to do business in this country at least show a modicum of manners. I found parts online at least they can speak English.
Excellent prices, Courteous ! – I bought two machines from this place so far, a laptop and a desktop. I got viruses on both, got them back within three days and was extremely happy with the service and pricing. Employees were nice and helpful. Always a Joy !
avoid this place – I brought a notebook computer to this establishment after seeing a favorable review off of a search engine result. The notebook had a bad motherboard and I was told that it would be 100 to 800 dollars to fix. That is akin to a doctor examing your finger and telling you that it might just need a bandaid ,or it might need to be amputated. I told them to get me a proper estimate. They never returned any of my subsequent phone calls after the first one, and I had to go down and get the computer. I do most of my own work on my computers, but this was a serious problem and I was otherwise occupied during that timeframe. When I picked up the computer I paid cash and the owner was more concerned about checking to see if the money was counterfeit than he was in answering any questions about his unprofessional staff or the poor service provided. I ended up getting the machine fixed by the manufacturer for free even though the warranty had expired. The manufacturer provided me 1000 times better service than this repair shop. Avoid them at all costs. If it is not a simple fix, they are going to thow it back to you.
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