Closed November 22-December 2, 2013

Our shop will be closed Friday, November 22, 2013 through Monday, December 2, 2013.

If you were planning to bring work into our shop during this time period, please contact us at 508-947-1966 or at email address help@ssc-repair.com to make other arrangements.

We’ll see you when we return! Happy Thanksgiving!

Same Great Service… New Location!

wehavemovedThis weekend is South Shore Computer Repair’s “big move”…

We are transitioning out of our storefront in Middleboro Center to South Middleboro. While this is all very exciting, we are in a state of flux as we move our shop.

Effective Tuesday, March 5, 2013 you will find the Computer Guy and the Marketing Chick at:

15 Pine Street, Middleboro, Massachusetts 02346

Nothing else has changed, though. We’re still offering great IT and PC services to you and the rest of Plymouth County. Give us a call at 508-947-1966 or drop us an email at help@ssc-repair.com if we can help you out with anything technology related.

Holiday Specials!

Is someone on your holiday shopping list looking for a new computer? Or are you looking for a special treat for yourself? We have two hot, hot deals on laptops that you might be interested in…

Toshiba M6 (M500) Business Grade Laptop: $199.99

tecram6This manufacturer refurbished Toshiba Tecra M6 is a sleek, powerful and lightweight machine designed for people who are on the go. The M6 has security features found in a business-class machine:

  • Extra durable chassis that includes magnesium alloy
  • Shock absorption features including special protection for the hard drive
  • A spill-resistant keyboard
  • Fingerprint reader
  • TPM
  • Hardware-based encryption capabilities
  • DVDRW+DL

Other features include:

  • Brilliant 12.1″ display
  • OS Windows XP Professional
  • 32-bit Intel Core 2 duo processor
  • T2300 1.66GHz
  • 1.0 RAM
  • 80GB hard drive
  • WiFi

Fujitsu LifeBook T5010 Business Grade: $360.00

fujilifebookt5010This manufacturer refurbished Fujitsu LifeBook Tablet Laptop T5010 is a great looking machine that has a simplistic feel and is complete with white keys. It has a solid design and sturdy chassis. The features include:

  • Intel Core 2 duo CPU T9550 2.66GHz processor
  • 160GB hard drive
  • 4GB RAM
  • Wifi
  • CAM
  • Mobile Intel graphics media accelerator 4500 MHD graphics
  • 13.3″ WXGA active digitazer display (1280×800)
  • Windows Vista Business Operating System

It easily converts to table mode and only weighs 4.5 pounds. It is a great machine for taking notes, making presentations and browsing the web. This convertible laptop-tablet has many outstanding features.

You can take a look at both of these laptops in our shop – located at 238 Centre Street in Middleboro, Massachusetts. This deal is very hot and just in time for all of the geeks on your shopping list. Give us a call or come on in and order your new computer today!

And the winner is…

We had a blast at Middleboro’s Krazy Days… so much so that we had to go on holiday to recuperate from all of the fun we had! We’re still on holiday but we just picked the names of our booth raffle winners and couldn’t wait to announce them!

Congratulations to Sue D. of Middleboro and Joe C. of Rhode Island! You have both won a South Shore Computer Repair prize pack filled with all sorts of goodies! We will have your prizes waiting for you at our shop and you can come on in to pick them up any time after Tuesday, August 21, 2012.

Thank you to everyone who stopped by our booth during Krazy Days – we really did have a great time meeting everyone and we hope to see you in our shop soon!

Have You Heard Of The Middleborough/Lakeville Mob?

cashmobMade you look!

We’re not talking about a criminal endeavor type of mob; we’re law-abiding citizens and wouldn’t dream of participating in anything illegal. What we’re talking about here is a “Cash Mob.” For those of you in the crowd who may be unfamiliar with the concept, according to Wikipedia:

“A cash mob is a group of people who assemble at a local business and all buy items from that business. The purpose of these mobs is to support both the local businesses and the overall community. “

Perhaps The Today Show best explained it in one of their recent segments…

Anyone familiar with us here at South Shore Computer Repair, you know that we are huge supporters of shopping local. Not just with us but with all of the fantastic businesses and services that are in the Middleboro and Lakeville area. And now a new group is emerging on Facebook and they’re focused on making shopping local fun!

Cash Mob Middleborough-Lakeville is starting a grassroots movement by helping the community plan some dates to spend your money locally. May 25, 2012 is the second annual International Cash Mob Day and we want to celebrate this by encouraging everyone to get involved! Here’s how…

1. Join the Facebook group
2. Invite your local Facebook friends to the group.
3. Suggest retailers or restaurants that the group could “mob;” no harm in suggesting your own business!
4. Vote in the poll of which location will be mobbed.
5. On May 25, 2012 go to that business and spend $10 or $20.
6. Make sure to announce that you are a cash mobber. Introduce yourself to the owner/manager/employees and make a real life connection, not just a virtual online one.
7. Encourage your employees, family, and friends to do the same.
2. Invite your Middleborough/Lakeville area Facebook friends to the group.
3. Suggest retailers or restaurants that the group could “mob;” no harm in suggesting your own business!
4. Vote in the poll of which location will be mobbed.
5. If you’re a business owner in the area, promote this event with your customers and clients. You know they like “shopping local” (they’re doing business with you, right?) so this is an audience ready to get excited about being in a mob.
6. On May 25, 2012 go to the business that the Facebook group community votes as the business to be mobbed. Spend a little bit of money (maybe $10 or $20).
7. Make sure to announce that you are a cash mobber. Introduce yourself to the owner/manager/employees and make a real life connection, not just a virtual online one.
8. Encourage your employees, family, and friends to do the same.
Sign up. Nominate your favorite local business. Vote. Mark your calendar for May 25, 2012 when the Middleborough/Lakeville Mob marches into one local business ready to say hi and maybe spend a little money with the “mom and pop” shop.

We’re joining the Mob. Are you?