Hello MR Nation –
We have been looking to enter the Chromebook repair market for couple of months now, but the time just never seemed right. Parts availability, logistics and physical room all had a hand in pushing back our timeframe to roll out Chromebook services. When offering a whole new line of repair services, these are all valid issues to consider.
I am very happy to announce that not only have we considered those issues, we have fixed those issues! We have obtained a great vendor for our needed parts, we have reconfigured some of our packaging to fit the thinner machines and we have expanded yet again to open up workbench space for your Chromebooks!
What the heck is a Chromebook? That is a great question… A Chromebook is a personal computer running Google Chrome OS as its operating system. The devices are designed to be used while connected to the Internet and support applications that reside on the Web, rather than traditional PC applications like Microsoft Office and Photoshop that reside on the machine itself.
What this means is, the market is wide open for computer manufacturers and the Chromebook. With Acer and Samsung being the first to produce Chromebooks, they were quickly followed by the likes of HP, Acer, Lenovo and Google themselves. Today, we are starting with Samsung. We have 2 offerings that we are announcing.
Say hello to the Samsung Chromebook XE500 12.1 LCD Repair Service and Samsung Chromebook XE550 12.1″ LCD Repair Service! These services are available starting today and you can expect the great service and support that Mission Repair is known for. Keep your eyes pealed for new Chromebook offerings that will arrive shortly.
Hello M:R Nation
There was some great news in the iOS world that was announced last night. Google Maps is back! Yes, the old standard that used to be on your iPhone, iPad and iPod is now back. All you have to do is download it from the app store free of charge.
I think its safe to say we all have had our own Apple “Maps” mishaps. My mishap includes me being the navigator in the middle of Wisconsin leading the driver (which happened to be my boss, Ryan) in the wrong direction. Needless to say, it wasn’t a good time.
Will this hinder business for us in anyway? It does seem with Google Maps back in the driver seat, there will be a lot less thrown phones out in the world. But keep in mind, there are plenty of reasons to throw a phone, this will only slightly effect that 🙂
Hello Again M:R Nation –
We have been patiently awaiting the parts for the Goolge Nexus 7 like a child waiting for Christmas morning and guess what…The Google Nexus 7 Front Glass Screen Repair Service has finally arrived!
We have endured a large amount of requests for this service and we can now finally offer it to all of you that have been knocking our doors down 🙂
The starting price for this service is $189 and it will cover you if you have a broken glass, LCD screen or both all in one price. This price, coupled with our industry leading shipping rates are sure to please. So get that broken Google Nexus 7 repaired already!
Hello there everyone, we’re knocking ’em down here at Mission Repair!
Google searches out and finds prominent small businesses throughout the country and promotes them each year through an economic study. You might recall that Mission Repair was featured as the business selected to represent Kansas back in 2010, you can see my original blog post about it here.
Hello, Ryan? This is Google calling!
Well I received a call this week from Google and they are once again partnering with 50 small businesses around the country to interview – one from each state, and Mission Repair will once again represent the Sunflower State! I had a detailed interview with them and they are sending out a photography team to our repair center in Olathe, Kansas tomorrow.
I’m buzzing around out on the production line floor making sure that we look our best. It’s an honor to know that Google is watching and noticing that Mission Repair is on the growth path that we predicted.
Stay tuned for a follow up blog with a link to the article.