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The Experimac Difference.

General Info
Experimac is your local trusted tech source, specializing in Apple® product repairs and upgrades, pre-owned sales and trade-ins for; iPhone® devices, iPad® tablets, iMac® computers, MacBook® laptops and more. Experimac performs repairs on out of warranty Apple computers and other devices including upgrading Macintosh computers with higher capacity storage, installing more memory (RAM), replacing logic boards, and performing just about any other Apple repair that you may need done. We offer a 90-day warranty on all repairs and stock only the highest quality parts.
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  • Apple Product Repair Expert Repair...
Experimac Asheville, NC is home to your local Mac experts. Call today.
We sell used computers, monitors, iPads, iPods, iPhones, and accessories at excellent prices. MacBooks, MacBook Pros, MacBook Airs, iBooks, Powerbooks, Mac Pros, Mac Mini's iMacs, G5's, iPods, iPads, iPhones, Otterbox cases, Speck cases, iSights, Airport Routers, Apple TV's.
Apple, Macintosh
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check, debit, amex, paypal, all major credit cards, mastercard, visa, discover
Laptop Computers, Desktop Computers, iPads, iPhones, iPods, Software, Accessories, Repairs & Upgrades
Computers & Computer Equipment-Service & Repair, Cellular Telephone Service, Computer Service & Repair-Business, Computer Software & Services, Mobile Device Repair, Used Computers
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I choose computer repair shops: 1) Their current reviews 2) Word of mouth (there was none) 3) I look at the background of the store - owners, D&B reports, etc.

My computer worked. I wanted minor-safe upgrades for tightened security.

I had a problem with both more widely known and used Apple stores in our area. I wanted another option. This wasn't it. Looks

were deceiving.

The good:

-- small store easily accessible

-- two techs

-- tech knowledge level

-- "listening" where the gentleman heard what I

said and rephrased it w/his own experience. That

didn't play out well.

Not good:

-- Unanswered email ... One email was missed maybe both but I gave up. They knew about one because I drove over.

-- A complete failure on a major request. We "argued" about it. There's no doubt EM had wrong info. While arguable before, it's not now.

I wouldn't go back due to lack of trust. I've been doing recent updates myself. I trust me. You'll need to figure out if you trust them.