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Getting a new computer shouldn't be a stress for you!

OK!, so you've just taken the plunge and spent some of your hard earned cash on buying a new computer, and you feel you're not 'computer literate' and you'd like somebody to help you out to set up your new PC, Mac, laptop, or smart device. You're not alone and there are many other people out there that feel the same way. So our Brisbane computer geeks can come to your rescue today!

Buzz A Geek is an Australian owned company that has been performing PC setups all across Brisbane and Australia. Whether its' a new PC, Apple Mac, laptop, entertainment device, gaming console, or just a smart phone, our geeks have all the experience in the world in helping you get the best out of your new device.

Phone us on 1300 738 570 today!

By giving us a ring you can schedule a geek to help setup your new computer today! We offer a same-day service and it is completely hassle-free. Our computer technicians have a wide range of skills and a vast array of expertise in all operating systems, including Windows 8.1, and Mac's Yosemite operating system, and even have first rate knowledge of setting up smart devices, such as iPhones or Tablets.

Our rates are super affordable, we speak your language, and at the end of the day you'll be incredibly satisfied that you phoned us - 7 days a week.

What other services do you offer:

  • We supply brand new  computers from reputable manufacturers
  • Setup new PCs, Macs, laptops, and smart devices
  • Install Wireless & Wired networking devices
  • We can reload existing PC's
  • We can even support your office network & enterprise software
  • Install new software, setup your email, and diagnose faulty software
  • ... our Brisbane PC geeks do this and more....

So if you live in the Brisbane area, and need help with the setup of your new home or office PC, then give us a call on 1300 738 570 or fill out our easy inquiry form

You'll be so glad you did!

TESTIMONIAL

Buzz A Geek are wonderful, saved all my data on t a new disk from the old one that crashed. Thank you

D Buchanan - Parrearra QLD 2015
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