Repair on Demand


Guaranteed Service


Qualified Workers

Easy way to get your device repaired


If your device breaks, don't panic. We offer a huge range of repair services.


We offer drop off locations throughout the Hudson Valley to get your device to us; saving you time and money. The main office is in Beacon. Drop off locations in New Paltz, Hopewell Junction, and Middletown.


Our trained technicians will repair your device quickly & efficiently, keeping you informed all the way.


Pick up at our main office or at a designated drop off location. We will make sure you repaired device is returned safely.


Custom PC Builds

Built to perform. Guaranteed to last. Mac or PC - customized to your needs and your budget.

Web Hosting

$4 a month for hosting on websites!

Apple Repairs

We are experts when it comes to Mac repairs! Contact us to have your Mac fixed or tuned up!

Computer Repairs

Data Recovery, Cracked Screens, Liquid Damage and More! Mac or PC

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Digital Advertising

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Coverage Area

Wappingers Falls, Beacon, Fishkill, Coldspring, Hopewell Junction, LaGrange, Poughkeepsie, Middletown, Westtown, Goshen, Warwick, Milford, Montague Township, Howell, Chester, Staten Island, Brooklyn, Manhattan - New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania
Hudson Valley Computers is a local, professional, fully insured computer and technology company. We have expanded our service area with a new office in Westtown, NY and the original Main office in Wappingers Falls, NY. The company is owned and operated by Paul Livorsi, the Computer Tech, Web Developer and Electrical Engineer of Hudson Valley Computers. We provide IT services to everywhere in the tri-state area. We are able to repair MAC or PC and are commited to providing you with the best solutions at the most affordable prices. We have a great understanding of computers, hardware, software and coding, and can solve any problem you have with your computer or website. We appreciate our customers and take great care of their computers and websites. Check out some of our awesome reviews on google and facebook and our website portfolio under website services website!

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One On One Consultation With An Engineer. Hand Assembled And Designed To Last. Quiet High Performance Cooling Liquid Systems. Up-gradable With Money Back On Upgrades - Eco Friendly! Any Operating System - Windows, OSX and Linux - multi Boot Capable! Built to fit size requirements. Access Your Machine Away From Home And Utilize Its Software And Power Over A Remote Desktop Connection. Our machine are built with thermal compound made with real silver. (Store bought PC's ship with a silicon based thermal compound which loses viscosity and turns to clay causing your system to run slow , hot and eventually die. This is how planned obsolescence works).
A touchscreen is a Digitizer ontop of a LCD screen. The Digitizer is a clear surface that receives the touch commands. The LCD screen is what produces the image you see. If you crack your screen, you may have only cracked the Digitizer and not the LCD. You can determine if the LCD is broken by examining if the image is distorted or blacked out in areas. On items with good serviceability, you can often replace the digitizer and keep the LCD screen, lowering the cost of your repair!
Planned obsolescence is a policy of planning or designing a product with an artificially limited useful life, so it will become obsolete or no longer functional after a certain period of time. The device is designed to break after a certain amount of time. This in turn puts you the customer through the company's door again to buy another machine. All pre-built, store bought computers are built to fail. If viewed from a manufacturers side, a warranty is more a less a guarantee that the item will fail after X amount of time. This process is accomplished through simple physics; based off of Ohms law: V=IR or Voltage = Current x Resistance. As temperature rises, resistance rises (R increases), causing the flow of electrons to decrease (I decreases) through your system. This in turn decreases system power and efficiency: P = V x I. Therefore, more power must be put into the system to get the same amount of current by increasing voltage (V). This then makes the system more hot, increasing resistance; and so the cycle repeats until the system is fried. This is accomplished by using a cheap thermal compound. When the grease loses viscosity, heat no longer will transfer to the heatsink and the chipset will get hot and start to degrade. In order to run a machine and have it be fast, reliable and last a long time; it must have sufficient cooling and good long lasting thermal compound. Overclocking a machine is based off this same principle. Liquid Coolers create drastically lower temperatures than stock fan coolers. This allows the Voltage to be increased and the frequency of the CPU to be increased, causing the computer to run faster!
Do you want to throw out your old or broken electronic devices?
We work with multiple electronic recycling company's in the Hudson Valley to make sure your item is disposed of correctly!


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