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The Liverpool Computer Shop with Supermarket Parking

One of the key selling points of the Laptop Power UK computer repair centre is its accessibility. Located less than 1 mile away from Liverpool Airport on the Asda Hunts Cross Retail park, we are within easy reach for all of Liverpool’s residents – especially those in South Liverpool. People looking for a Liverpool Computer shop from Aigburth, Allerton, Woolton, Halewood, Gateacre or Wavertree need look no further. With free parking on the retail park, the fastest repair lead times in the industry and the cheapest prices in Liverpool – Laptop Power UK is the one-stop-shop for consumer electronics repairs.

As our name suggests, we know laptops inside out! However we repair the full range of consumer electronics including desktop computers, Playstation repairs, Xbox Repairs, Wii Repairs, Apple Iphone Repairs, Apple Mac Repairs and more. All our customers are given a free diagnosis within 24 hours of dropping their equipment off to us – something not offered anywhere else by Liverpool Computer stores.

Here at Laptop Power UK we understand just how important technology is to people these days, and when you are without your equipment it isnt a laughing matter. Whether you have an urgent coursework deadline that cannot be completed because of a computer virus, or you cant play the latest released Playstation game because of the dreaded Red Ring of Death – Laptop Power UK can get you back up and running in the matter of no time, and also at rock bottom prices.

Feel free to ring our retail store to enquire, or alternatively drop your equipment of to us today for a free diagnosis.

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