Gryphentech PC Services for computer and laptop repairs, virus removal, software advice, server maintenance, data recovery, hardware faults, internet problems, PC not booting ... for homes and businesses in Hampshire.
We Serve: Southampton to Havant - Eastleigh, Chandlers Ford, Hedge End, Whiteley, Locksheath, Titchfield, Stubbington, Fareham, Gosport, Portsmouth and Waterlooville areas.
Our PC repair and on-site computer services for home and business include: computer repairs, server maintenance, lost password recovery, data transfer, boot-up problems, overheating problems etc.Read More
We can manage and process hardware installations, such as network servers, workstations, office network and IT system installation. We can install, test and setup your new hardware.Read More
If you find suspicious activity on your computer, like mysterious pop-ups, or recent poor-performance, you may have a virus. This could lead to serious consequences if ignored.Read More
If you experience issues installing software or you install the software OK, but then have issues running the software, we can help. Normal software can have some complex configurations at times.Read More
Hardware installation can be a fiddly and complicated task if you don’t fully understand what you’re doing. Whether at home or at your business, we can help.Read More
Southampton to Havant - Eastleigh, Chandlers Ford, Hedge End, Whiteley, Locksheath, Titchfield, Stubbington, Fareham, Gosport, Portsmouth and Waterlooville areas.
There is a lot of misconception out there, that you have to pay a lot to buy and run a computer/laptop.
Firstly, purchase a computer for the job you require it to do, not what it is able to do.
If you are just checking emails, surfing the internet, writing the odd letter, you don't need a high specification machine, a basic machine is more than capable of dealing with any of the above tasks, speedily and efficiently. Don't necessarily go to the big out-of-town shops to purchase your machine either. Mind you, if you can get a bargain there - fine.
Good sites, in my opinion, are Ebuyer.com and Argos Ebay outlet - the two, that I regularly look at.
Also, don't be afraid to look at reconditioned equipment on the big websites. You will possibly find the model you are looking for, greatly reduced because of “cosmetic damage”, a repair that has been rectified, or maybe the box has been opened after an internet sale and returned.
You still get a full warranty etc. so your rights are unaffected ...