Not only does Milwaukee PC offer new systems, we offer repair services as well. With each store also being able to repair almost any brand of computer, Milwaukee PC offers one of the largest service & support networks in the state of Wisconsin.
The People Behind the Product. That slogan is more than just words to Milwaukee PC. In order to fulfill the promise made by our slogan, Milwaukee PC also offers other services beyond new computers and basic repairs. Milwaukee PC has its own Data Recovery lab. We also offer Internet. Our in-house training program works towards offering networking and server solutions at all of our branches.
Business and industry can also count on Milwaukee PC. From our Business Solutions department that can tailor a custom solution for small/medium/large business models, to our standings with industry leaders such as Microsoft, Intel, NVIDIA, Seagate, and ASUS (just to name a few), Milwaukee PC has the knowledge and resources needed to fill our customer needs, from a single PC to a complete client/server network.
Just as computer technology is always changing, Milwaukee PC is evolving to fill our customer’s needs. We have expanded our offerings to include a Digital Media Conversion department, where we can transfer items such as film, video cassettes, slides, negatives, photos, and reel-to-reel audio to digital files to protect against their loss. We also look to the future with other new technologies as they come out.
Since day one, Milwaukee PC has tried to offer affordable pricing with local service and support. Any big box store can tell you that you need a computer. It takes a trained person to tailor that computer to fit your needs within budget. That commitment to our customers is probably why many of our new customers are referrals from existing customers.
Milwaukee PC is proud of our long-standing history since our founding in October of 1988. Some companies that Milwaukee PC is as old as / older than include: ASUS founded in 1989, Cooler Master – 1992, NVIDIA founded in 1993, Corsair – 1994, Alienware - 1996, Crucial – 1996, and Thermaltake in 1999.