LaptopMD+ has been making a splash in the news – browse our recent press clippings and see what CNN Money, Wall Street Journal, Inc. Magazine, Time Out New York, WPIX 11, and others have to say about us. View our archive of featured articles and interviews from leading New York City and national media outlets.
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Wall St Journal LaptopMD Investigates Health-Insurance Exchanges
Mr. Zilberman owns a computer-services firm with 10 full-time employees and a video-equipment rental company that employees two full-time.
Wall St Journal N.Y. Health Insurance Site Back Online—Glitches Persist
Arthur Zilberman, President of LaptopMD, speaks with a customer service representative Tuesday about New York State health insurance options in his office in Manhattan.
NorthJersey.com New store opening!
Laptop MD president Arthur Zilberman (white shirt), Pequannock Mayor Rich Phelan (yellow shirt), and Deputy Mayor Melissa Florance-Lynch cut the ribbon at the new storefront on Route 23 South.
- Arthur Zilberman, LaptopMD+ President via CNN Money
“An occasional diagnostic check and tune-up can prolong the life of your PC… ‘people have to remember that computers are machines — their parts wear out like the tires on a car’”
-Wall Street Journal March 2010
“For business owners just starting out, preparing noncompete agreements for new recruits may seem like a low priority, superfluous… for an entrepreneurial venture.”
- Inc.com March 2011
“Increasingly, customers expect instant communication in their daily lives. They want to know a living, breathing person is at their beck and call.”
The Huffington Post: Captain Gadget Sept. 21
“You want your machine to live as long as it possibly can, and to that end we have asked six of the highest-rated laptop repair shops in New York City for some advice on how to easily and cheaply make your laptop live longer.”
Crain's New York Business January 25, 2012
“The company’s click-through rate for its main ad campaign shot from 1.09% to 5.3%, and the price for the campaign dropped from an average of $2.57 per keyword click to $2.17.”
Matt Servitto Posing with Nick, who only wishes he was on Sopranos
For a minute, we were worried the FBI was investigating us. Turns out, it was just Matt Servitto, of Sopranos fame, coming in to get his iPhone fixed. We didn’t snitch. Promise!
PIX 11 Morning News Ross Lacy, LaptopMD+ General Manager
“An updated antivirus is the cornerstone of any healthy computer… Consider it health insurance or preventative medicine, which is definitely worth purchasing once a year.”
Time Out New York July 2011
“If you have a PC on the fritz or can’t snag that last spot at the Apple Genius Bar, Laptop MD… will hustle to get your machine running again.”
Kris Humphries With Arthur Zilberman and Gene Shapiro
A familiar face, Kris Humphries who’s famous for playing with the Nets, recently paid us a visit to get his iPhone fixed and, yes, he’s that tall in person!
Modesto Bee August 2011
“Mustering all of its significant technical expertise, the company couldn’t even make the ads display… learning that a competitor had reported their ads as ‘counterfeit.’”
Time Out New York December 2009
“That high-pitched wheezing coming from your computer sure doesn’t sound good. Before you brave the cold in search of the closest Genius Bar, try repair service Laptop MD…”
PureWow Newsletter August 2011
“Thankfully, LaptopMD gets machines running again faster than you can say “control-alt-delete”… and replaces cracked smartphone screens in 15 minutes.”
Deal News Matt Ham, Chief Operating Officer
“There is basically a processor for everything you want to do – mobile devices have smaller processors so they can run quicker [not needing] the power that a workstation needs.”
Farnoosh Healing a Broken PC
On average, the cost to repair damage to your computer through a private shop is $50 to $100 less, depending on the problem, says Zilberman. My busted hard drive? An estimated $75 savings for the same repair that cost me $300.