Specialising in computer hardware.software.repairs.
Alneeds Computers was established in March 1993, and expanded into a company in June 2005 as ALLNEEDS COMPUTERS PTY LTD, providing retail of computer hardware, software and services.
As well as our online store with the catalogue of our products, we have a store located at 342 King William Street, between Carrington and Halifax Streets. There is paid parking out the front, and 15 minute free parking spaces across the road. We are also 50m from the City South tram stop.
Allneeds Computers is a locally owned and operated business which has been trading for over 20 years. Our aim is to offer top notch service along with high quality parts to make your next upgrade a smooth and enjoyable experience. We are a proud member of the Technology Industry Association of South Australia, which believes very strongly in business and ethical excellence and seeks to establish honest practices within the technology industry in South Australia.
We constantly strive to do our best with regard to competitive pricing, reliability, education and service.
Allneeds Computers specialise in the latest gaming hardware & peripherals from manufacturers such as AMD, Intel, Asus, Gigabyte, MSI, Samsung, EVGA, Kingston, LG, Acer, Benq, Nvidia, ATI, Razer, Microsoft, Logitech and MANY MORE.
In addition we also cater for mobile users with access to a range of different notebooks, home users who are after a basic pc but still packs a punch & photo enthusiasts who may need a powerful and quiet box along with a screen that can produce excellent colour and contrast.
We also have a service centre to fix any PC or notebook problems and at competitive rates.
So next time you’re thinking of a new keyboard, monitor or computer purchase, think ALLNEEDS, because we’re here to help you out with ALL your computer needs.
342 King William Street
Adelaide SA 5000
08 8211 8661
Mon - Fri 9:30am - 5:30pm
Sat 9:30am - 2:00pm
TRAM: We are 50m from the City South tram stop.
CAR: There are free 15min parking spaces across the road and paid parking out the front of the store.