Monadnock Computers is dedicated to providing reliable and timely computer services to residents and businesses of the Monadnock region for a fair price. We pride ourselves on a job well done and will not be satisfied until we know it’s done correctly and know you’re satisfied with the results. All our Technicians are Microsoft certified and have extensive field experience; in fact, our owner has over 20 years experience in computer technologies.
Established in 2004 we are located in Rindge New Hampshire on Route 202 next to Lilly’s of the Pond restaurant. Prior to opening our Rindge NH location we were known as Onsite Information Technologies providing businesses throughout New Hampshire and Massachusetts a full range of computer and networking support. In 2004 I saw a need in the Monadnock region for a dedicated computer resource suited for both businesses and residential clients, Monadnock Computers was formed to serve that need..
Whether your business runs off of a single PC or a 100-node network, we have the knowledge and expertise to fully develop and utilize your computer and networking systems. Our goal is to provide full service solutions at a reasonable price and educate our clients to fully utilize their equipment. We offer a wide range of computer and network services available on an as needed basis or a service plan customized specifically for your business. If you're not sure which is right for you we will gladly come to your business and provide at no cost our free System Evaluation and Needs Analysis.
Since the first Personal Computers started popping up in businesses and the occasional household in the 80's and then the growth and popularity of the internet in the 90's we have become a society dependant on our computers. We now use our computers to chat with friends, send emails, play music, watch movies, play games, and much more. Monadnock Computers offers a full line of services dedicated to enhancing your home computing experience. Everything from purchasing and setting up a new PC, upgrading an older PC, implementing wireless technologies, broadband installations, setting up home networks, and much more.