Looking to replace a PC or to add to your already existing network?

Thinking of refreshing all your IT hardware?

Midgard can help. Whether it is new or refurbished, a single PC or dozens, talk to us.

We do not carry stock, so we are not trying to sell you the model we ordered in 6 months ago and realised it was not such a bargain at the time. We discuss your requirements, examine the market through our range of suppliers to come to a solution which is right for you and your business.


Refurbished Desktop PC computers have been fully cleaned, configured, checked and, tested by trained IT technicians. We always prefer to deal with enterprise class computers, designed for business reliability and performance.

An excellent affordable choice, our refurbished desktop computers provide the same benefits as new machines at a fraction of the price. The majority of the PC’s we sell come from large institutions and corporations; they may have some observable cosmetic blemishes, but have been well maintained even before the full overhaul by the IT team.

Whether you’re looking for a small form factor, desktop, tower computer or laptop, we’ve got you covered

Desktop PC

Despite the increase in using mobile devices for work, many of us still need a traditional office desktop PC for working on. This is because they remain the most cost-effective computing device, and they are also easily maintained and upgraded, while being more versatile than their portable cousins.

Whilst there has been a drop in laptop prices and increase in mobile processor power, there are still distinct advantages to running desktop systems in an office environment, which is why the desktop is still the most popular form-factor for computer systems. Desktop PCs include, desktop, tower, small form factor and all-in-one systems.

High End Workstation

Today, even budget desktop PCs can be very efficient and powerful business productivity tools. Some users, however, require more computing power than a standard desktop computer can provide. These users often pay premium prices for high-end, built to order machines called workstations. Although desktop PCs and workstations can look the same on the outside, they are engineered to meet different user demands and expectations on the inside.

Desktop PCs are well-suited for home or business computer users. Desktop PC users can surf the Web, play media files, email, play games, chat and video conference. Desktop PCs can also run office productivity software like databases, spreadsheets, word processors and Web applications with ease. Workstation users on the other hand, are often scientists, engineers, architects and digital media content creators whose work requires much more computing power than the average small business computer user would ever need.


Entry-level desktop, notebook and netbook computers today have more raw processing and storage capacity than many high-end workstations had a decade ago. Nevertheless, today’s workstations are engineered to outperform desktops in data analysis, image manipulation and data transfer. The speed difference between a workstation and a desktop may not be obvious, however, when running a word processor application or Web browser. A workstation’s superior performance can best be seen when you need to encode and render images or video files, search through massive databases, recalculate large spreadsheets, manipulate computer-aided design drawings or run multiple large applications simultaneously.


A laptop is a personal computer that can be easily moved and used in a variety of locations. Most laptops are designed to have all of the functionality of a desktop computer, which means they can generally run the same software and open the same types of files. However, laptops also tend to be more expensive than comparable desktop computers.

Because laptops are designed for portability, there are some important differences between them and desktop computers. A laptop has an all-in-one design, with a built-in monitor, keyboard, touchpad (which replaces the mouse), and speakers. This means it is fully functional, even when no peripherals are connected. A laptop is also quicker to set up, and there are fewer cables to get in the way.

You’ll also have to the option to connect a regular mouse, larger monitor, and other peripherals. This basically turns your laptop into a desktop computer, with one main difference: You can easily disconnect the peripherals and take the laptop with you wherever you go.

What ever you need, speak to Midgard for an honest assesment of your needs with no hard sales talk, just straight forward recommendations.

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