Frank’s got a deal for sought-after webcams

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WITH more than 20 years’ experience supporting the local community’s computer needs, Hi-Micro Computers focuses on everything IT for home users as well as small and medium businesses.

Owner Frank Fanayan says Hi-Micro Computer’s main focus is servicing all brands of laptop and desktop computers, offering both on-site and in-house support.

It also supplies a range of desktop and laptop computers, printers and scanners as part of the business.

He says Hi-Micro Computers is also Canberra’s only Toshiba service agent, being responsible for the repair of every Toshiba laptop in the region.

“Our technicians can attend the client’s place of business or support remotely if customers aren’t able to travel,” says Frank.

“Customer service is at the top of the list for us. Our customers are treated as friends, and we work hard to establish trust and focus on getting results, with a high quality of work done fast, with no short cuts.”

Frank says while webcams have been in demand since the start of COVID-19 restrictions, Hi-Micro has Logitech webcams in store.

“They’re hard to get hold of at the moment, but we’re offering a deal for ‘CityNews’ readers from now until stocks run out of Logitech webcams for $45, which is almost 50 per cent off the usual price,” he says.

Hi-Micro Computer Systems, 6/18 Whyalla Street, Fyshwick. Call 6280 7520.

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