GN Computer Services
We provide computer sales and computer repairs for our customers in central Scotland. We sell amazing value Windows & Apple Mac computers, and we also provide a fast and cost-effective repair service for both Windows and Apple Macs.
If you need a laptop repair, desktop repair or Apple Mac repair, or if you want to buy a Windows or Apple Mac computer, please contact us.
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Computer Repairs, Apple Mac Repairs, PC Repairs and Laptop Repairs in Stirling, Falkirk, Dunblane, Cumbernauld, Alloa, Grangemouth, Linlithgow.
Why Choose Us
GN Computers Services began in 1996; originally as authorised resellers for big name computer brand such as Dell, Apple, IBM and HP. With the advent of the Internet and online sales, one by one these brands shifted to ‘direct sales’ business models and our focus shifted to selling second user refurbished PC computers and Apple Mac computers. We also created new links with the largest computer component suppliers that became the basis of our comprehensive computer repairs service.
We have been in the computer business for a very long time; we have thousands of satisfied customers, we have hundreds of regular customers and we are the only computer company in Scotland with more than 50 5-Star Google reviews.
We can only achieve this by consistently selling excellent value computers and providing an efficient, cost effective computer repairs service.
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We aim to run a profitable and successful business despite the fact that the computer and electronics industry is a major contributor to pollution and climate change.
In our view there are simply too many new computers being produced, purchased and discarded. This happens because consumers often think they need a new one when they actually don’t.
Most consumers buy a new computer that is either worse, or no better than their old one, in terms of specification. The new one seems to work better for a while because it has no viruses, and the user has not yet had time to download the typical clutter and junk programs that cause it to run slow or malfunction.
Most computer manufacturers are now pursuing a policy of ‘built-in obsolescence’ – deliberately building computers that are likely to outlast their guarantee period by only a few months.
If you want to do your bit for the environment, please don’t buy a ‘cheap as chips’ brand new computer. The chances are that your current computer is better than the new one you’re going to buy: It just needs fixed up and ‘cleaned out’.
If your computer really does need replacing, buy a better quality ‘second hand’ or refurbished one. It will cost you less, run better and faster, and last longer.