Where to go in Milpitas when you need computer resources such as data recovery or to recycle an old computer or perhaps buy a used computer. Many also repair cell phones and tablets.
A global ITAD Leader that gives its clients everything they need to manage the risks and complexities of IT asset disposition with ease, confidence and maximum value recovery.
92 Railroad Ave
Geek Squad Agents in Milpitas are your technology experts, ready to help with any issue you can throw at us. From major appliances to TVs, computers, networking and more, we make your tech work.
Best Buy, 63 Ranch Dr.
Recovery Tips from Drive Savers
Selecting a good drive utility program. What to do if your drive makes odd clicking or scraping noises.
Seagate Data Recovery Services
One lab located in Santa Clara, but recovery teams available to travel all over or you may send drives to their lab.
WeRecoverData Data Recovery
We’ve developed the most advanced tools and have the highest level of expertise, so that we can recover data from any storage media, worldwide. As a result, we have the highest success rate of full recovery in the industry.
2880 Zanker Rd #203, San Jose, CA 95134
User Groups in Silicon Valley
Silicon Valley user groups for hardware platforms, internet and web, professionals and hobbyists.
Goodwill, Salvation Army and St. Vincent de Paul Society will also accept some computer products.
We are a full service recycling and end of life services company that can help change the shape of what matters most to you, to our industry, and to the planet.
705 Reed Street, Santa Clara, CA 95050
HP’s Planet Partners
An easy way to recycle any brand of computer equipment or HP printing supplies. HP ‘s state-of-the-art processes ensure that your unwanted hardware or HP printing supply is recycled in a way that conserves resources.
How or where can I go to recycle (electronics, CDs, toner, etc) responsibly?
Computer Recycling Centers in the California and the San Francisco Bay Area.
Tech Exchange (formerly OTX)
For over 20 years, we have provided free refurbished computers and digital literacy training to low-income families and supported schools’ and community centers’ technology needs.
1228 36th Avenue Oakland, CA 94601
WeirdStuff Warehouse recently (Monday, April 9, 2018) lost their lease in Sunnyvale, CA after Google purchased their building and other real estate in the area for future development. The owners of WeirdStuff Warehouse decided to retire after 30+ years of serving the Silicon Valley and beyond.