Sunday, November 11, 2007

Tech Repair

I remember when my iPods stopped working. It felt like my life was crashing down all around me. So dramatic I know. Luckily for me, Superior Technologies (they have store for Apple products at the Civic Centre and another one in Dolphin Estate) came to the rescue.

This New York Times article mentions some sites that can help you fix your broken down gadgets.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

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Tayo said...

Hmmm ... I've actually never conceived the idea that an Ipod can stop working. Hopefully, mine won't get to that stage. I know that feeling you had and I'm not looking forward to it.

CATWALQ a.k.a LAGBA-JESS said...

It is amazing how dependent we become on electronics

Uzo said...

Oh my...my friend's ipod has stopped working as well....How much did it cost to get it fixed?

Ore said...

Yes, I do like gadgets though I don't like to read the instructions.

Tayo, you better believe it oh! ipods are particularly susceptible to battery problems. My first iPod stopped working after a month or so of buying it. It wasn't funny and I have blogged quite a bit about my iPod wahala.

Catwalq, yes we do become hooked on our electronics without knowing it.

Uzo, I can't remember how much it cost. The first time, I ended up buying a new iPod because it was a factory problem. The second time, I had bought the iPod from Superior Technologies and so they can replace it or fix it for free.