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Today’s anywhere work lifestyle wouldn’t be complete without an HP Rover. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO
NEED help with your HP laptops and printers, but don’t have time to take them to a service center? Worry no more: HP Philippines recently launched the country’s first mobile service center called HP Rover.
The friendly HP Rover Neighborhood has everything home users need in an HP Service Center. It has well-trained HP staff who know how to properly diagnose and repair your HP laptops and printers. Customers can rest assured that their devices will be repaired correctly, using only HP-certified parts.
Workers and employers have now fully embraced the work-from-anywhere revolution. Despite its multiple pros and cons, the lifestyle has its downsides that few talk about. One is the increased need for home workers for appliance repairs and maintenance services.
To help customers avoid hassle and risk, HP deployed the HP Rover in a pilot test, announcing its initial availability via its Facebook page.
Much like visiting its major service centers, HP Philippines advises customers planning to have their units serviced through the HP Rover to back up their data prior to the visit. This includes hard drives, ROM chips, flash cards, etc. It is still possible that users will not have the option to recover their data after the repair is completed.
To get in touch with the HP Rover and check its latest route, visit the HP Service Center FB page at https://www.facebook.com/hpservicecenterphilippines/.