Computer Repairs Reigate

We have a newly refurbished modernised computer workshop with state of the art equipment at Crawley Computer Centre, with the best local experienced IT technicians with over 70 years of combined knowledge and experience you can trust.

Don’t throw away your old consoles as we can repair Wii’s PS3’s and Xbox 360 with our new state of the art re-balling and reflow machine. There are many claims of DIY cheap fixes for these consoles. Our advice is not to waste your money on them as they are only a temporary fix. We have the professional equipment and experienced electronic engineers for a permanent repair for your precious gaming console.

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Crawley Computer Centre is the local gaming stockist for Razer™ products. We currently hold stock for many of the most popular products requested by gamers if we don’t have the item you are looking for then you can place a back order with us and we will arrange delivery or collection to ensure you get exactly what you want from Razer™. Visit our display stand in store or from our online shop.

About Reigate

Reigate /ˈrɡt/ is a historic town in Surrey, England, at the foot of the North Downs, and in the London commuter belt. It has a medieval castle and covers several mounds of a short section of the Greensand Ridge. Reigate is one of three towns in the borough of Reigate and Banstead. The swathe of land from the town southwards, including the adjacent town of Redhill, is sometimes grouped together as the Gatwick Diamond, M23 corridor or Crawley Urban Area across more than 15 miles (24 km) into West Sussex. These three largely synonymous areas are interspersed with Metropolitan Green Belt land and are used by planners to highlight connectivity to Gatwick Airport and in respect of two, the city of Brighton and Hove.[1] Reigate has been a market town since the medieval period, when it became a parliamentary borough.

More information about Reigate places, people, and pleasurable activities to do.

You can visit Reigate Schools.