A bit like cars, computing devices are a an important part of everyday living when they perform like they are expected to, we tend to take it for granted… But, similar to automobiles, computer systems can easily wear out when you least expect and whilst you can least afford for that to occur.

Each of our computer technicians take great pride in themselves on their own special industry know-how, skills and power to tackle any sort of computer service or computer maintenance issue. Mobile Geeks have got what it takes to solve basic computer troubles as well as those unique hairy ones that happen once in five-years and get a lot of people scratching their heads. Which means that, if you’ve an issue, it will be no doubt we’ve come across this several times in the past, putting Mobile Geeks in the best position to deliver your computer service and maintenance requirements and make the head aches vanish.

Newington Historical Note:

Newington is located 19 kilometres west of the Sydney central business district; it is in the local government area of Auburn Council, and is part of the Western Sydney region.

Newington has taken its name from the Newington Estate which John Blaxland named after his family estate in Kent, England.

The land was once owned by the Wann-gal Clan, their land reached from Cockle Bay to Parramatta.

From 1788 to 1831 blocks of land ranging between 100 to 10,000 acres were given out by dividing up the Wann-gal lands. In 1807 520 acres was acquired by John Blaxland who named his estate Newington. He established salt pans along the Parramatta River banks and was producing 8 tons of salt per week.

Newington was best known for playing host to the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games. While many believe Newington was built just for the games, it had been planned as a suburb as early as 1878