We have a facebook page, current reconditioned units are shown there first. Its first come first served, so pop in and grab a bargin LEARN MORE
Open 24/12/14 for Collections Only.
We will be open again Monday 29th, Tuesday 30th as normal, closed until 2nd Jan 2015!
@ Cyber Cafe
We have been doing our own computer builds, maintenance, security, and networking since conception and in early 2004 we opened a selection of services commercially to public and other small/medium businesses. We have recently expanded our range and are promoting our I.T services under the name Carlisle Computer Systems.
We do everything from PC, Laptop and mobile phone repairs through to database design (usually for client and invoice management), website design & network installations, and even recovering lost data! We have always worked on a no-fix no-fee basis, giving free no obligation quotes, and we fully intend to continue this in the future. If you have any recommendations or problems please don’t hesitate to contact either Ian or Matt.
We hope you enjoy your Cyber Café experience
We now accept BITCOIN, please call or ask at the desk for details.
@ Cyber Cafe can design a database specifically for your business. We are here to guide you from conception to completion.
Each site is tailor made, we can design, configure, host, and promote with the most popular search engines.
Social media is an ever growing industry. Link feeds to your website and increase your exposure.
offers & current best buys
The system MOT is one of the most used services. We advise laptops be serviced every 12-18 months, and PC towers at least every 24 months. Click the title for a full run down.
Intel I-Core 3 Laptops from just £400 inc VAT.
icore3 laptops are the best bang for buck for home and business users at the moment. We are still very selective about the manufacturers we recommend but have a range of specs to choose from. Pop in to check the specs on the best value units from the best manufacturers!
- Microsoft urges Windows Vista, 7 users to disable desktop gadgets
The company warned that insecure gadgets could be used to run arbitrary code on a computer, access its files or display objectionable content.