Identical to cars and trucks, computer units absolutely are a a part of daily life and while they operate like they are expected to, all of us consider it for granted… Then again, just as cars, computer units can easily break down when you least expect and while you can least afford for this to happen.

All of our computer technicians pride themselves upon their expert field practical knowledge, skill sets as well as power to look after any type of personal computer service or computer maintenance issue. Mobile Geeks have got what it takes to resolve everyday computer difficulties as well as those unique hairy ones which happen once in five years and have everybody scratching their heads. Therefore, if you have a predicament, it will be no doubt we’ve stumbled upon it many times in the past, setting Mobile Geeks in the best position to deliver your computer service and maintenance requirements and make the issues go away.

Lansdowne Historical Note:

Lansdowne is located 27 kilometres west of the Sydney central business district it is in the local government area of the City of Bankstown and is part of the South Western Sydney region.

Lansdowne takes its name from the Lansdowne Bridge which was built in 1834-35. It was named in honour of Henry Petty-Fitzmaurice, 3rd Marquees of Lansdowne by Governor Richard Bourke. The bridge was built from stone that had been quarried on the banks of the Georges River. It had been constructed to replace the hardwood Bowlers Bridge – so named because it led to the Bowlers inn.  Built by master Scottish stonemason David Lennox who had arrived in Sydney in 1832. He was made Superintendant of Bridges and was in charge of replacing all the hardwood bridges that were swept away during flooding.

The suburb is home to many manmade lakes, cycle paths and, recreational reserves. The spelling of Lansdowne has appeared as Landsdowne on maps in the past.