Adelaide Mac fans get a new outlet

David Braue
28 November, 2008
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Apple still hasn’t announced any plans for an Apple Store to be located in Adelaide, so local Mac fans have to stick with local retailers for now. Their choices just got a little broader, however, after Mac Alert recently opened new premises on South Road in the suburb of Clarence Gardens.

Approximately 5km south-west of the Adelaide CBD, the new outlet, at 917 South Road, is open Monday to Saturday and stays open on Thursdays until 6:30pm. The shop carries a full range of Macs and related gear, and maintains a price-competitive policy that director Richard Christian promises delivers “the cheapest Macs in Adelaide”.

That’s a tall order, but Christian believes the shop is up to the challenge. If nothing else, you can bring your Mac technical questions and pick the brains of Mac Alert’s gurus; with years of experience, they’ve probably seen it all at one time or another.

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  1. Monique says:

    This place is a CON!. First of all they said my computer was not under warranty when it was, then they charge $25 up front to look at your computer. They couldn’t find a problem BUT TO TOP IT OFF they then charged me $80 to release the computer. They say ” A fee of $80 will apply if NO FAULT can be found” WTF!!!!!! They charge when there is nothing wrong with the product.

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