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Computer Express Service Now Offers More Than Repair Services

Computer Express  Service has expanded its retail, offering super powerful custom machines with great display purposes. The store is now carrying everything from mid-tier to the really high end systems.

“The only things we sell are things that we would want to work on ourselves. Things that we know are going to work for a very long time and carry good warranty,” said Alex Movitz, an employee of Computer Express. “Now, we have things in shop that we can just pull off the shelf that are lines that we really love, and we’ve had great customer feedback. People have really loved them and taken to them.” 
The new retail space will be especially helpful for customers who have older computers that need an upgrade and students who come in for back to school.

“It’s just a great option to have new stuff here, accessories available for people who need cables, mics or keyboards… just little things like that,” Movitz said. “We also have accessories that are hard to find online, especially if you don’t know what you are looking for.” 
At Computer Express Service, customers can enjoy the expertise the staff provides in helping find the product that works best for them. 

Alex Kitchens is the social media editor for HottyToddy.com. She can be reached at alex.kitchens@hottytoddy.com.
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