M1 Pro vs. M1 Max Buyer’s Guide Apple recently announced a major update for its high-end MacBook Pros, with the new machines featuring a complete redesign, larger mini-LED displays with ProMotion, an HDMI port and SD card slot, full-sized function keys, andRead More
Mac & PC Solutions
Maxamise was established in 2001, to service and supply the graphics arts industry of Ireland. We have been dealing with Graphic Designers, Video Editiors, Repro Houses, Printers, Finishers and Scanning Houses since then. We also have a large corporate client base as well as a vast number of individual clients. To this end, we have built up unrivaled experience in looking after Mac and PC client's in both their own and a mixed platform environment.
We can supply, install and configure all systems. We offer a network and cabling service and a fully equipped workshop to allow us to facilitate all repairs. We have also built up links with other companies, thus allowing us to manage repairs and service on many other products.
With over 25 Years experience in the computer industry, we can offer the best advice on new equipment and the upgrading of existing equipment.
Our aim is getting you, the client, the best deal possible in terms of cost, service, and overall value for money.
For more information, contact us, or call us on 087 256 5588
“It's really hard to design products by focus groups. A lot of times, people don't know what they want until you show it to them.”
A short list of our skills, from site survey, proposal and quotation, installation and commissioning, we offer the complete "one stop shop" solution.
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