‘Bionic’ computer repair shop sells $1,500 worth of ‘Bionics’
This isn’t just a product.
It’s a product, a “bionic computer.”
The Bionic Computer Repair Shop in New York City has been selling its machines to consumers for over a year, and it’s only recently opened its doors to the public.
The shop sells computers, video game consoles, televisions, monitors and more.
The machines range in price from $3,000 to $5,000.
The owner, Aaron Jones, says the bionic computer repair is a product of science and is not an imitation.
The idea is to provide the user with a more accurate and efficient computer, Jones told CNN.
Jones says he wanted to create something that would work with his own computer.
“I just thought that if I could do something that was not only cheaper, but also more efficient, then it would have a larger impact on the people,” he said.
Jones’ Bionic computer, the first in the world, is designed to make computer repair simpler and faster.
The first bionic computers were made by the Chinese company Baidu.
They were used in schools, hospitals and prisons.
Jones hopes that his Bionic can be a model for other people.
“It will make it easier for people to get a job, for people in the workforce, to get better health and be happier and healthier,” he added.
The bionic machine can be programmed to recognize the type of computer it’s being used for, which can be useful when working with a child.