63 Ebrington Street, Plymouth PL4 9AA
Quite often our customers feel their computer has had it’s day. “It’s time for a new one I think” they say, sometimes they bring in a new one that’s actually worst spec then their old one! Another option is to upgrade.
What can you upgrade?
It depends on your computer and your needs. You may want better energy efficiency, faster storage, more storage, more ram for multi tasking. What you want may not be possible, it comes down to your computer and budget. Tec Team offer a FREE no obligation diagnostics/quote for you. Our upgrades are done risk free, if we recommend an upgrade and you don’t see the difference, we will offer a full refund and retrofit.
What could speed up my computer?
Most slow computers are slow due to bottlenecks, these need to be identified by an experienced tech expert. Newer computers now are mostly equipped with SSD storage which is a massive speed difference from tradition mechanical hard disk storage. SSD upgrades are very common way of extending the life of your computer, sometimes even out performing a new computer.
Apple changed the drives on all their MacBooks to flash storage over 10 years ago, the iMac was rather late to that party and suffer from slow drives. We can change the storage drive to SSD for a huge performance gain that this great Apple desktop deserves.
Moving your operating system to SSD can be daunting, your settings, programs & data. Expert migration to faster storage means you needn’t lose anything. Your computer will start up in seconds, definitely before you get chance to even put the kettle on.
Buying a new computer, is not always necessary.
Better for the environment
We have a set engineers fee, then its down to the cost of the parts needed to complete the upgrade. Don't worry we will give an all inclusive price.
All parts supplied have different warranty, unlike some of our competitors we pass the warranty time to you and deal with any warranty claims on your behalf.
Not much, you have to decide if a new computer is for you. Unfortunately we see more of this with modern computers, we advise be careful when purchasing new computers. As long as you know that it's not going to be possible to upgrade that might be OK.