Motorola Atrix 4G Repairs announced!

Hello all! It’s been a heck of a Monday here at Mission Repair, busy taking orders and keeping up with our service. It’s a great time and we’re happy to be here to help you!

Per customer demand, we’re now offering Motorola Atrix 4G Front Glass Repair service- This is one amazing smatphone. Did we say smartphone? It’s really more than that, the dual-core-CPU-sporting device actually does quadruple duty as a laptop, set top box, desktop computer, and… well, it works as a smartphone as well. The Atrix 4G sports a 4-inch, 960 x 540 display, HSPA+ data, and a slew of other amazing specs is absolutely the first of its kind — a multi-use device intended to replace your netbook (and maybe more) via its Webtop environment.

The biggest issue with it is that the front is made of glass and when dropped, can crack, shatter and render the amazing device useless until you have it repaired. Currently, there aren’t a lot of options for service at a reasonable price point.

Here at Mission Repair, we are coming in strong with a service at $149. This is 1/2 of what many of the competitors are charging and we’re giving you these amazing benefits:

1. 24 hour service.
2. Brand new OEM parts.
3. 1 Year warranty against manufacturer defects.
4. Lifetime “Got Repair” benefits (just in case you every break it again, we’ll fix it again!)

Enough said. Parts are in stock and we’re ready to take your service order!

Thanks, Ryan

Kindle 2 screen repair price drops!

Good morning everyone! We’re here at the Mission:Repair base and we just received some great news from our vendor. We’ve lowered our price on Kindle 2 screens to make this an attractive service that is highly needed.

The Kindle is an amazing little device. Have you ever really looked at the screen of a Kindle? We take it for granted now, but take a look at this cracked screen, removed from a Kindle (this is a demonstration of e-Ink’s display technology). Notice anything interesting? Yeah, the image is displayed even without it being installed in the unit. There’s no battery and no “photoshopping” here. This is just how it is!

Clearly this is a design feature to save on battery life. I mean, the screen really doesn’t even need a battery to work 😉

So we’ve been hunting and searching and worried about finding these screens- well we got our stock in today and we’re ready to ship parts and service the Kindle 2 as you’d expect. Let us know if you have any questions!

We have our full service Kindle 2 screen repair at a new low price and the do-it-yourself Kindle 2 screen repair – I dare you to try to find a lower price on this particular screen today. We are the best price in the country and shipping today.

Thanks, Ryan

Best, Ryan