Computer Concepts response to Coronavirus (COVID-19) is to provide help to our community by temporarily eliminating the fees for broken computer pick up and the return of repaired computers.

In these uncertain times, Computer Concepts is reaching out to our customers who need our repair services but will be staying home where they are less vulnerable to the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). In response, Computer Concepts is temporarily eliminating the fees for broken computer pick up and the return of repaired computers. COVID-19 will impact Hampton Roads, the 757. In …

SAFELY RECYCLE YOUR OLD COMPUTER EQUIPMENT

If you acquired a new computer or other devices, you may want to dispose of your old computer system. Be advised; most computer hardware contains Hazardous Waste. Old computer equipment must be recycled by a licensed computer recycling company like the one used by Computer Concepts. Drop your old computers, flat screen monitors, and small printers at any of our stores where …

APPLE iPHONE SCREEN REPLACEMENT AT ALL COMPUTER CONCEPTS SHOPS

Computer Concepts’ Chesapeake is being authorized by Apple to replace iPhone Screens and calibrate the screens for color and touch. All Computer Concepts facilities have been apple authorized to service all things Apple. Be Advised that using non-Apple repair parts can void your Apple Warranty, Apple Care and any possible future re-calls on your Apple Product. Please ensure that your …

THE IMPORTANCE OF HAVING COMPUTER REPAIR INSURANCE

All computer warranties and equipment insurance plans are not the same. Make sure you know what is covered and how your repairs will be accomplished. Not all warranties cover the use of factory parts and installation by certified technicians. For example, Apple Care for Apple products does cover Apple Certified Parts installed by Apple Certified Repair Technicians. All Apple repairs …

HARD DRIVES VS SOLID STATE DRIVES

Like a memory stick, a Solid State Drive (SSD) has no moving parts. Information is stored in microchips. Conversely, a hard disk drive uses a mechanical arm with a read/write head to move around and read information from the right location on a revolving storage platter. This difference is what makes an SSD so much faster than a mechanical hard drive.