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Setup New Equipment

Setup New Equipment

There is a vast array of equipment that can be connected to your laptop or desktop computer for a variety of purposes. Just a few examples include printers, scanners, speakers, webcams and microphones. We can connect and configure almost any peripheral device to work with your particular computer. When we’re called out to help with new equipment, just two of the many things that we can do are:

Help with setup and configuration
Help with setup and configuration

The technician who comes out onsite will setup your new equipment to work with your laptop or desktop. Different equipment comes with different options and settings too; yours will be configured to work most effectively with your computer and meet your specific requirements.

Answer questions and offer training
Answer questions and offer training

In this day and age, peripheral equipment is becoming more and more advanced. Documents can be sent to a specified email address directly from a scanner, webcams can be used for video conferencing and printers are able to print direct from digital cameras. We will answer all of the questions you have about your equipment’s capabilities and train you on how to use them so that you get the most out of your tech investment!

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