Gaming PC

 $1200 including GST

AMD A10-6800K QuadCore Processor @ 4.10GHz
16GB G-Skill DDR3 RAM (2x 8GB)
250GB Samsung SSD +1GB Seagate 1TB SATA HDD
DVD-RW

Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 192-bit 3GB GDDR5 Graphics With:
2x DVI Ports 1x HDMI Port and 1x Display Port Interfaces 

Apple iMac Referbished

Apple iMac

i5, 8gb, OS Catalina (Latest), Keyboard, Mouse

$650 Including Data Transfer and GST

Dual Monitor Arm

RRP: $350

Special Price: $149 Including GST [Use Existing Screens]

Special Price: $525 Including GST [With 24" Screens]

Office Fit-Out's Available



Here to service a complete range of users - YOU!

Available for service calls, specializing in:

     • Anti-virus and Internet Security Solutions
     • Computer Repair or Computer Service
     • Printers & Scanners
     • Data Back Up and Recovery
     • Computer Hardware Sales and Installation
     • Wireless & Wired Networking
     • Web Design 
     • CCTV
     • Business IT Services or Managed IT Services


For computer repair, computer service or IT services let Direct Tech take care of it.

Covid-19 - level 1; available

Steps Taken [Covid-19]:

- Owner/Operator (Small Business)
- Cleaning and sanitizing plan
- Implemented extra cleaning procedures for all home installation and service visits

Like other businesses tackling this issue, we’re being guided by the Ministry of Health, which recommends regular cleaning as one of the most important preventive measures we can take

NOTE: All NZ Post deliveries are automatically no contact. We’re doing all we can to ensure you get your orders in time but please be aware there may be some delays due to COVID-19.

Note: Four Steps to Protect Your Data and Computers from Coronavirus (COVID-19) Scams

Coronavirus (COVID-19) isn’t just a growing threat to public health – it’s also a growing threat to your online security. From using scary subject lines to adopting faux official letterhead, bad actors are scrambling to use the climate of fear and disruption caused by COVID-19 to their advantage. Emails and websites are promising vital information about keeping safe from the coronavirus pandemic that’s sweeping the globe and threatening millions. In fact, a flood of them are scams that push malware, ransomware, and disinformation; attempt to steal passwords and personal information; and conduct espionage operations by hackers working for nation-states