Computer Repairs South Penrith
Our skilled and professional computer repair technicians at Mobile Geeks are equipped for anything that your computer or laptop may throw their way. Whether you need your printer set up or your laptop is running slow, Mobile Geeks will make IT easy. We offer on-site computer repairs to your home or business in South Penrith.
We were established in 2008 and have learnt the ins and outs of computer repairs so we can get your issue sorted out quickly and effectively. Some of the tasks our South Penrith computer repair technicians have completed include data backup, data migration, printer configuration, new computer/laptop setups and virus removals. Not only do we repair your PC and laptop but we also provide IT training and user assistance. If you need a touchup before getting back into the workforce or you want to learn how to optimise your emails, our Geeks will help you out.
Computer repairs and IT managed services Mobile Geeks provides include:
- computer services and maintenance
- computer upgrade advice
- internet security & firewall setup
- data backup
- data recovery
- computer networking
- virus removals
- wireless networking
- computer training and user assistance
- email setup, support and migration
- small business IT support
- smart home automation setup
Mobile Geeks provides mobile computer repairs to South Penrith 7 days a week.
For South Penrith computer repair bookings, call 1300 883 021
South Penrith Historical Note:
South Penrith is a suburb of Sydney located 55 kilometres west of Sydney’s CBD. Penrith is a separate suburb to the north.
Prior to European settlement, what is now South Penrith was home to the Mulgoa people who spoke the Darug language. Their homes were bark huts called ‘gunyahs’. They hunted kangaroos and emus for meat, and gathered yams, berries and other native plants.
Simeon Lord received the first land grant in the area, 1,000 acres (4.0 km2) in 1816. In 1888, the Penrith and Nepean Jockey Club purchased 100 acres for a racecourse. The rest of the area was orchards, dairy farms and vineyards. In the 1970s the area began to be subdivided although the former racecourse wasn’t turned into housing becoming instead Jamison Park. The park is named after the Penrith region’s most famous early settler, Sir John Jamison (1776-1844).
The local high school is the government-run Jamison High School, home of the Jamison Highlanders. Winners of the Panther Trophy 2005.
The recorded population of South Penrith in the 2006 census was 11,562. The median age of people in the suburb was 35, slightly younger than the national average of 37.