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About Seattle Laptop – Laptop Repair .net : Seattle Laptop – LaptopRepair.net opened for business in early 1996 as a private business repairing and selling used laptops, desktops, software, and all other sorts of computer, and networking equipment. At that time a brand new Compaq LTE 5000, P75 sold for $6,800 retail. Remember those days?

Our ever growing staff watched as the computer businesses in the Seattle area went through many changes. We have always specalized in Laptops, and our level of expertise has expanded with laptop popularity, and so did our our volume of business. In 1999 we made the decision to only service laptops in our repair department, and concentrate on helping our customers more thoroughly with their Laptop repair needs. Now laptops are starting to outsell desktop models in more and more markets. In 2003 we bought the building our store is located in at 76th and Aurora, and we have to date serviced over 50,000 laptops, and sold close to 10,000.

Our sales floor is expanding with more and more laptop related products every day. We keep in stock a huge selection of used laptops and laptop accessories of all kinds. Our service department keeps expanding as well, keeping up with the increasing demand for laptop repairs. Our laptop technicians, by far the most experienced the the area, able to work on all makes, and models, including popular brands such as Compaq, IBM – Lenovo, Compaq – HP, Sony, Gateway, Toshiba, Dell, Panasonic, Acer, Fujitu, and even Apple laptops.

Feel free to contact us. We will be more than happy to answer any questions you may have, even if you didn’t buy your laptop from us.

Seattle Laptop
7525 Aurora Ave N.
Seattle WA 98103
(206) 784-4215

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