Very much like motor vehicles, computers really are  an important part of everyday life so, when they work like they are expected to, many of us consider it for granted… On the other hand, much like automobiles, pc systems may break-down when you least expect and when you can least afford for that to occur.

Our computer technicians pride themselves upon their own specialized industry expertise, skill-sets not to mention capability to manage any sort of computer service or computer maintenance issue. Mobile Geeks have what it takes to repair everyday computer troubles or even those one-of-a-kind hairy ones that happen once in five-years and get a lot of people scratching their heads. Which means, should you have a difficulty, it is really most likely we have experienced it numerous times in the past, setting Mobile Geeks in the best position to supply your computer service and maintenance needs making the stress disappear for good.

Jamisontown HIstorical Note:

Jamisontown is a Sydney suburb located about 56 kilometres west of the Sydney CBD. It is situated on the east of the Nepean River, and bears the name of Thomas Jamison, who was the first landowner in the area and First Fleet surgeon.

Prior to White settlement, the area now known as Jamisontown was home to the Mulgoa people who spoke the Darug language. In 1805, the then Surgeon-General (Principal Surgeon), Thomas Jamison was granted 1,000 acres of land here. Years later, the property passed on to his son, Sir John Jamison who was a known physician, land owner and political reformer. John Jamison build a mansion (since destroyed by fire) on the nearby Regentville estate during the 1820s.

Mulgoa Road ( named in honor of the historical owners of the land) is the main road in the suburb. The nearest railway station is at Penrith on the Western Line of the Cityrail network. Jamisontown Public School is the only school in the suburb. Jamison High School is actually located in South Penrith.