Computer repair shop hosts grand opening today

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Posted: Saturday, May 11, 2013 12:00 am

An Omaha computer repair shop is opening a new store and adding individuals to its client list.

a.c.e Tech will move to a new location at about North 114th and Davenport Streets, just south of Dodge, co-owner Duffy Davis said.

The store has operated for five years serving small businesses’ technology needs, but it will now serve those with personal computer hardware and software issues as well, Davis said. Davis and his co-owner Chris Woodhouse did not have a brick and mortar store before the new location.

A grand opening event will be held May 11, which will feature a grill out, games and a drawing for a 46-inch Samsung LED TV.

The store’s technicians will work on hardware problems with Mac and Windows computers as well as software tune-ups for speed or data back-up support. Simple fixes will be available for Mac computers, but the store will be able to fix any problem with Windows computers. It will also sell HP, Dell and Samsung desktop and laptop computers and tablets, Davis said.

Davis said the store will retain its small business clients, but is focusing on expanding residential clients over the next few months. It will also offer discounts to employees of businesses in the area, including First National Bank, Cox Communications and TD Ameritrade.

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