These days it seems like we all have a number of electronic devices, including computers, that may need a minor repair. Often they require tools that may fall outside of the standard kit of tools. Or at least the tools I remember in the days before computers ruled the world. I’ll share an Amazon link for a bargain-priced toolkit that should have what you need for most items that are repairable. Yes, I get a few pennies if you purchase something with my link.
If you don’t have a good toolkit already, you should consider getting the Kaisi 136 in 1 Electronics Repair Tool Kit Professional Precision Screwdriver Set. As the name implies, there are a lot of screwdriver heads that make up the bulk of the 136 items. A good example of something I need regularly is a screwdriver for changing the battery in my Ring Video Doorbell. This kit (and other similar kits) have me covered. That isn’t my only usage for my kit, I probably pull it out at least once a month for some obscure screwdriver head.
Yes, it comes with a screwdriver handle and even a flexible shaft for reaching tight spots. There are also other tools such as a ruler, anti-static wrist strap, tweezers, spudgers, plastic picks all within a nice carrying case. If you already have such a toolkit, you should be all set. But for those who don’t yet have one, this is a great choice!