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Aware Bear Computers is Extending its $29 Desktop and Laptop Computer Diagnosis Till The End of 2012

Aware Bear Computers is Extending its $ 29 Desktop and Laptop Computer Diagnosis Till The End of 2012

Aware Bear Computer Repair in Pittsford NY

Pittsford, NY (PRWEB) June 14, 2012

“Having the proper computer diagnostics done by Aware Bear Computers on 5 Monroe Avenue in Pittsford, New York, gives our customers the peace of mind when it comes to any computer repair and services. The diagnostics process takes all the guess work out of the computer repair procedure and makes sure the laptop or desktop computers are functioning properly” said Andre Alves from Aware Bear Computer Repair.

Aware Bear Computers can perform diagnosis on all major computer brands including Dell, HP, Compaq, Gateway, Acer, Lenovo, IBM, Toshiba, Sony Vaio, Apple, Mac and all other major laptop and desktop computer brands.

State of the art tools are utilized for Aware Bear Computers’ PC or Mac diagnostics, eliminating human error and being able to pin point whatever problem a computer may have. “It does not matter if the product is a notebook laptop, desktop PC, desktop Mac, or all in one units such as iMacs or any other brands such as the Dell One, or Sony’s all in one computers.” Mentions Andre Alves from Aware Bear Computer Repair located on 5 Monroe Avenue in Pittsford NY. Apple diagnostics are $ 69.

Aware Bear’s computer or laptop diagnostics troubleshooting process is a must to identify the main cause of a simple or serious computer issue. Some issues that a computer may have include: no sound, computer crashing, not reading USB media, unable to read CDs and DVDs, computer running slow or sluggish, computers only logging in on safe mode, computer not booting, computers having no internet access, laptops or towers over heating, loud noise, no image on screen, blue screen, lines across the monitor, and many others.

Many of these issues could be attributed to simple problems or more severe such as: A virus, corrupted Windows or Mac OS, bad hard drive, bad mother board, bad video card, bad memory RAM, bad power supply or dying power supply, dying LCDs LEDs, electrical problems, input devices that may be shorting out the computer, a problem with your electrical system at home and many more.

Since computer problems vary, diagnostics over the phone may not be the best solution and may be misleading. “If a person could call a doctor over the phone and immediately the doctor would know exactly what was wrong every time it would be great, however this is not the case and neither is the case with your computer” mentions Andre Alves of Aware Bear. For that reason, Aware Bear Computers decided to extend their $ 29 full diagnostics for both laptops and desktop PCs. Apple computers are excluded from this offer.


The reason behind this reduction of price is simple. Aware Bear technicians decided that they want everyone to be fully aware of any issue or underlying issue that may be happening with their computer before any work or all work is performed. This way there is no guessing, no wrong diagnostics, and the customer has a piece of mind knowing what work needs to be done, what Aware Bear Computers’ recommendation for services and repairs may be as well as being able to save money.

“Some store may charge up to $ 100 for a diagnostics, and yes it can be a lot of work and yes it does take many hours, however with a state of the art facility and proper tools, Aware Bear is able to perform diagnostics more efficiently and precise than our competition.” Says Andre Alves of Aware Bear Computers.

For more information please visit Aware Bear’s official website:


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Cybernet Launches All-in-One PC for POS Applications

Cybernet Launches All-in-One PC for POS Applications

Cybernet iPOS-G45

Irvine, CA (PRWEB) July 12, 2012

Cybernet, the pioneer in all-in-one PC technology, has just released their first all-in-one PC designed for Point of Sale (POS) applications, the iPOS-G45. The iPOS-G45 brings a new level of power and performance increasingly required for POS software applications, while providing a broad range of new and legacy ports to support peripherals at the point of sale. Cybernet’s iPOS-G45 uses the latest Intel G45 Express Chipset for maximum processing power; supports up to 8GB of DDR3 memory; and has an industrial-grade resistive touch screen that withstands up to 10 million touches.

Since 1996, Cybernet has been designing and producing all-in-one PCs that are contained within a keyboard or LCD monitor, customized in accordance with specifications unique to their customers’ industry and business operations. Cybernet is focused on several vertical markets: retail, health care, banking, government and education. In designing the iPOS-G45, Cybernet worked with POS system integrators and retailers to identify the best performance specifications and features that were needed to not only sustain POS operations, but to make the process more efficient, reliable, and user-friendly.

Says Cybernet Senior Vice-President Ali A. Bagheri, “When we looked at the Point of Sale market, we discovered that these systems had become slow and outdated. Many new software applications were being developed for POS, but the computer hardware performance wasn’t keeping up. On top of that, many POS systems still use legacy parallel ports and serial ports for their critical peripherals. Finally, end users were becoming more sophisticated and accustomed to using touch screen technology, so it has to be robust. So, we designed an all-in-one PC that addresses all of these shortcomings.”

Cybernet will be working through POS system integrators to deliver the iPOS-G45 to the retail, hospitality, and government markets. Specifications, photos, and more information about Cybernet’s iPOS-G45 can be found at the product page on their website. Also visit Cybernet’s Facebook page (Cybernet Manufacturing) and Twitter page (Cybernet_aiopc) for news and updates on the iPOS-G45.

About Cybernet Manufacturing

Cybernet Manufacturing is a global manufacturer of space-saving, all in one computers serving multiple vertical markets such as health care, banking, government, and education. Cybernet is privately held, and is headquartered in Irvine, CA, with operations in Taiwan, China, and Europe. The company employs 400+ employees worldwide. Visit their website for more information:

Media Contact:

Catherine Kitcho


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(PRWEB) October 11, 2010

RMS Omega Technologies, a leading barcode systems integrator, announced right now that the company will be presenting different barcode system solutions at the Healthcare IT Solutions Exchange (HITSE) October 26-27, 2010 in Westborough, Massachusetts. In addition to barcoding and data collection technologies, RMS Omega will be revealing the next generation of bedside computing technology, MEDIVista Bedside Computing Station.

The Healthcare IT Solutions Exchange (HITSE) is an ongoing series of conferences aimed at bringing Hospital Info Systems users together to discuss the selection, preparing, implementation and support of healthcare IT solutions. HITSE New England 2010 will incorporate educational tracks for MEDITECH 6., Meaningful Use, CPOE and Revenue Cycle Management. Furthermore there will be sessions hosted by market experts, case studies and panel discussions for healthcare IT.

RMS Omega, along with Honeywell and Lincor, will be hosting an interactive session featuring the newest trends in Barcode and Bedside Computing Technology for Hospitals. The session will contain implementation considerations for barcode scanners, the rewards of integrating clinical access and patient satisfaction into one technique as well as reviewing leading barcode equipment.

RMS Omega will also be presenting a new bedside computing program, MEDIVista, at the HITSE conference. Lincor’s MEDIVista, is a secure touch screen computer mounted at the patient’s bedside. MEDIVista gives clinical access to electronic health records and patient access to entertainment services all in one laptop or computer station. The new bedside computing technique interfaces to existing Hospital Data Systems and provides actual-time EHR access at point-of-patient care. Lincor Solutions has more than 16,000 installed units worldwide with offices in Ireland, Atlanta, and Toronto.

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