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getting laptop reaired, Bangkok

  • sayadian

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    Anybody have an idea which is the most suitable place to mend a laptop in Bangkok. MBK or Pantip Plaza or another?

    #1 Posted: 8/8/2011 - 19:26

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  • renald

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    5th November, 2011
    Posts: 15

    I think Itready is one of the best stores in bangkok...
    you can visit their official webportal...

    #2 Posted: 10/11/2011 - 03:39

  • busylizzy

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    I think Pantip Plaza will be your better bet for computer service. There are plenty of small repair shops there as well as several of the branded service centres (Acer, etc).

    As an aside to that, if anyone has a Canon camera, the Canon Service centre is MBK offers a very reasonably priced service to clean your DSLR cameras. It was a fraction of the price that we were quoted in NZ. We've had it done twice now; the second time they were able to pull up and refer to the records of the first service to see what had been done.

    #3 Posted: 10/11/2011 - 03:47

  • frasmc

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    Fortune Town IT mall, located just outside the Phra Ram 9 subway station is another good place with lots of shops focusing on laptop parts, repairs, and sales. It is also free from the pickpockets that are known to frequent Pantip Plaza. You might need to come prepared with a bit of Thai to explain what you want however.

    #4 Posted: 10/11/2011 - 23:10

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