Common Sense Computers was established in 2001 when founder Paul Sheahan identified a hole in the computer market between who was selling them, and who needed to use them. Normal people needed computers more and more, yet the people making them, selling them, and supporting them were doing so in an overly technical, not user friendly way. There needed to be a medium between the technically minded people making and selling the products, and the regular people using them. This is where we step in. We mediate between your very human needs, and the very inhuman nature of the computer market.
We believe technology should work for you, not the other way around. We speak your language, but we also understand theirs. We use this translate the markets techno jargon into words that you can relate to, and help you to navigate the minefield that is modern information technology. There is no smoke and mirrors here, just real McCoy no nonsense computer advice from people who care. We know our stuff, and we love our jobs. From mobile phones to high end business infrastructure, we have your computer needs covered.