Let me start this quick post off by answering a couple of questions… Yes, it is March 24th and there is 8″ of snow on the ground… Yes, we have had more snow fall since that lying ground hog Punxsutawney Phil announced that Spring would come early than we have had ALL winter… Yes, we are sick and tired of the cold (which explains why I just called an innocent land creature a liar, sorry Phil).
Yes, another snow storm!
So, the next thing on my mind is the Google Nexus 7. Which explains the random title of this post. As I was walking into the office this afternoon out of the 8″ of snow, it was the first item I saw being repaired. I know that I have been talking a lot about this particular device lately, but can you blame me? Look at this thing. It is a beautiful piece of art that ASUS and Google conjured up.
Google Nexus 7 with a Cracked Screen
We have been repairing these things left and right which is another reason they are so fresh on my brain. It is truly one of my favorite devices since the iPad and I would actually consider buying one if my iPad ever happens to crap out on me.
Well, with that being said, I am off to go and shovel the walk ways here at the Mission Repair headquarters. It seems that everyone in the area (including the building maintenance team) has decided to stay home today. I will not leave you empty handed, however. Here are a few very helpful pieces of data to enjoy the rest of your day with!
Did you know that we repair the Google Nexus 7? This is a certifiable fact! We are one of the only repair centers in the country to offer this service and we want to make sure current and potential Google Nexus 7 owners know we are here for them.
If you come here often, you know that I like to occasionally showcase all of the new services that we offer. I would like to do that again for you right here and now. So please, kick up your feet and check out all the new and reintroduced services shown on the Mission:Repair Blog over the last few weeks!
It has been a couple weeks now since announcing the Google Nexus 7 Front Glass Screen Repair Service and let me tell you, it is going strong! Did you know that Google is giving a free Google Nexus 7 to anyone that signs up for the new Google Fiber Services as a remote? Unfortunately for most of us, they are taking forever to roll out to new cities, so we be stuck just buying the Nexus 7’s outright 😦
Anywho, whether it’s free or not, the glass still shatters if you drop it and this is where we come in. We have had the upmost success with this repair service and it is quickly becoming one our favorites. If you have never had one of these in your hands, i’d suggest you take a trip over to Best Buy and check it out. It really is a slick little machine.
So if you are in need of a repair on your broken Google Nexus 7 tablet, click this link: Google Nexus 7 Front Glass Screen Repair Service and get started today! If you are one of those lucky Kansas City residents with Google fiber already in place and you accidentally sat on that pretty fragile remote, come on in to our retail location, and lets us take care of you immediately!
I stumbled on a great scene today. It was two of our senior technicians Albert and David taking my advice from my last post and taking a break! The “new thing” here at Mission:Repair is actually a very old thing. The aforementioned David brought in his Super Nintendo and it has been hard to tear people away from it. Street fighter II Turbo is the game of choice around here, but I am trying hard for Super Mario Kart. I will hit up a pawn shop this weekend and see what I can come up with.
No, thats not an HDMI cable you see there.
While I would love to let these guys sit here all day and play away, there is too just much work to do. So they are now back at their desks working away on all the incoming Google Nexus 7s and Galaxy S IIIs. However, I feel like there is going to be a tournament coming up in the next day or so, so Albert better get to practicing. He got it handed to him by David on this last fight and I know Albert isn’t the losing type.
Its getting close to our Fedex pickup time, so its time to crack the whip and get these repaired devices back out to our awesome customers! I’ll be the one cracking that whip if you are looking for me.