Which is the best laptop repair shop in sim lim square

I am having problem in my laptop so am searched for best service in sim lim, i found below are some of the good shop in sim lim. Anyone suggest which one is better to go.

1. The Pc Repair shop

2. PC Dreams

3. Oriental Trading Hub

4. Nascorps

5. Fix com Pvt ltd

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If we wait a bit

I'm sure someone will come along with an answer. I can just feel it.

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Best laptop repair

I had to search for sim lim, but it looks impressive:

However, there are 4 problems with your seemingly simple question.
1. It could be that the answer depends on the source of your problems. The one that's best on hardware issues, might score only a second or third or even lower place on software issue.
2. It could be that it's such a simple issue (like replacing the screen) that many shops would do it quite well.
3. There are 151 shops there. It could be that the best (for you) is not on your list of 5 shops.
4. It could be that a shop located elsewhere in Singapore is even better.

I hope you pick one that manages to fix your issue for a reasonable price in a reasonable time.

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151 shops. I think we know why.

Because the PC, the smart phone, Apple and what else all require different skills to repair and the sheer numbers of folk that need help all lead to hundreds of shops.

While I think I'm lucky in that I do my own repairs I don't repair everything. Smartphones, unless the issue is simple (battery or small part) are replaced and I don't do all the repairs on the cars for the office and home either.

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Re: 151 shops
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Reminds me of Diagon Alley in Taipei

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