Like with cars, laptop or computer systems are a a part of daily living so when they operate like they are expected to, we all consider it for granted… But, similar to motor vehicles, pc systems may crash when you least expect and when you can least afford for that to take place.

Each of our computer technicians pride themselves upon their own professional trade experience, skillsets as well as ability to cope with any sort of computing device service or computer maintenance issue. Mobile Geeks have what it takes to sort out common computer difficulties or even those special hairy ones that happen once in five-years and get a lot of people scratching their heads. Therefore, if you have a difficulty, it really is more than likely we’ve run into this numerous times before, placing Mobile Geeks in the best position to deliver your computer service and maintenance needs making the issues go away for good.

Hurstville Historical Note:

Hurstville is a southern Sydney suburb located 16 kilometres south of the central business district. It is the administrative centre for the local government area of the City of Hurstville, and is part of the St George area.

Hurstville comes from the words *Hurst* which means wooded eminence and *Ville* meaning Town.

The first inhabitants of the area were part of the Eora Aboriginal tribe, their communities stretched along the Georges River from Botany Bay through to what we now know as Liverpool.

The first land grants were given in 1809. In 1850 Michael Gannon subdivided land into small farms, and the area became known as Gannons Forest. The post office opened in 1881 under the name Gannons Forest. The local school built in 1876 was named *Hurstville* by the school inspector. In 1884 when the railway station opened it took its name from the school. Hurstville Municipality was incorporated in 1887 and Hurstville was declared a city in 1988