Similarly to cars or trucks, computer systems are really a element of everyday activity and when they operate like they are expected to, we all take it for granted… Even so, similar to motor vehicles, computer systems may break down when you least expect and while you can least afford for this to occur.

Our computer technicians take great pride in themselves upon their own specialized field know-how, skillset as well as ability to cope with every personal computer service or computer maintenance issue. Mobile Geeks have what it takes to correct everyday computer difficulties or those wonderful hairy ones that happen once in five years and get everyone scratching their heads. And thus, for those who have a difficulty, it’s most certainly we have encountered this numerous times before, placing Mobile Geeks in the best position to provide your computer service and maintenance requirements and make the headaches fade away.

Kingsford Historical Note:

Kingsford is a suburb in south-eastern Sydney located 7 kilometres south-east of Sydney’s CBD. Kingsford is a mainly residential area, situated directly south of the University of New South Wales. Many of the residents are students living in medium and high-density housing. A large Australian Army depot lies in the east of Kingsford.

At the centre of Kingsford, on Anzac Parade and Gardeners Road, there is a large roundabout connecting a public transport system to nine possible destinations via a large number of bus services. For this reason, this part of Kingsford is sometimes referred to as “nine-ways”. Kingsford is less than 5 km from Coogee Beach.

The area was once known as South Kensington. It was named Kingsford to honour Australian aviator Sir Charles Kingsford Smith (1897–1935), as was the nearby Sydney Airport.

Kingsford Smith is a Labor (ALP) stronghold and is currently represented by ex-rock star Peter Garrett, formerly lead singer with the band Midnight Oil.