Please note PB Technologies have branches in Takapuna, Hamilton, Wellington, and Dunedin, but at this time, the discounts only apply through their Penrose store, or by ordering online.
Food for your computer
Computer Food was formed in 1996 to be a discount supplier of:
- Ink and Toner Cartridges - both original OEM and a wide range of reliable, low priced compatible cartridges.
- A wide variety of Photo papers including NZ's lowest priced range
- CD and DVD Media
- Flash Cards for Digital Camera's, Cell phones and MP3 players
Ordering can be done by phone or through its popular and easy to use web site www.consumables.co.nz.
For SeniorNet Federation members we offer a discount of 5% off all our already discounted Ink & Toner cartridges, Paper and Media - even discounting items already on special. We deliver them Freight free to anywhere in New Zealand.
To order with this discount all you need to do is call our Free Phone line 0800 003663 and just mention you are a Member of the SeniorNet Federation.
Resource Books are proud to offer Members of the SeniorNet Federation special purchasing arrangements for ALL their books.
Resource Books are the publishers of the popular PC Simplicity series of guides for learning to use the computer and its software. With a massive 70 titles, they represent the best value for money - anywhere!
20% for all books on the site PLUS all books delivered FREIGHT FREE.
Click onto the Resource Books logo above to go to their site.
Four ways to order:
- Go to order page http://www.resourcebooks.co.nz
Order books via the shopping cart. Pay via shopping card with a credit card (Visa, MC).
IMPORTANT. Write 'SeniorNet Federation' in the Comment to get the special discount.
The order will be processed manually, adjusting the price down to include the discount.
- Go to order page http://www.resourcebooks.co.nz/other_order_options.html , download a Personal Customers Order Form as a PDF, then fill it out. IMPORTANT. Write SeniorNet Federation on it to get the special discount.
Fax or post your order -- if posted a cheque can be included instead of credit card info.
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, postal delivery address, daytime phone, the titles you want, payment details (Visa, MasterCard only). IMPORTANT. Write 'SeniorNet Federation' to get the special discount.
- Simply telephone us on Auckland (09) 411 9559 during business hours. Have your credit card ready. Tell us if you belong to the SeniorNet Federation to get the special discount.
PrinterHQ specialises in supplying refurbished Ex Lease Laser Printers and consumables.
We specialise in HP, Lexmark and Fuji Xerox Laser printers.
The company has been in operation since 1995. When you purchase a Laser printer from us, it will be backed by our multi-point pre-purchase check, refurbished to near new condition and receive our 120 day hassle free warranty.
Purchasers of these printers receive substantial savings over the cost of purchasing a new printer and secure many years of sustainable and cost effective printing as well. Most of the printers we sell have done a very low page count, are usually only 3 years or less old, and yet we will sell then for about 10-15% of the original price.
We support a network of experienced printer repair technicians across New Zealand, who are able to assist you with any printer issues may have.
You are also welcome to call our free helpline on 0800 225505 if you require assistance, with analysing a problem you may have with your printer.
We can also supply Toner, cables and additional trays when required.
Log on to our website PrinterHQ.co.nz and view the range of Laser Printers available. These prices include GST.
Senior Net clients can receive a 10% discount on any purchase of a Laser Printer when mentioning that they heard about us through SeniorNet. Sorry, this discount does not apply to Toners and Inkjet consumables. These prices are already low and the listed web price includes GST and free delivery throughout New Zealand.
SeNCit Provides "Caring" Solution for the New Zealand Elderly
A new compact multi-function care monitoring device
A revolutionary, cost-effective and unique multi-care monitoring device, SeNCit is available online in the New Zealand market place.
SeNCit is a small, discreet monitoring device that helps you know when an individual may have had a fall or become incapacitated - without them having to raise the alarm.
It does this by monitoring movement in the home and, if no movement is detected when there should be, SeNCit will send a text message to your mobile phone so you can call to make sure everything is well.
SeNCit is available in the United Kingdom and is already a proven leader in the market. Its UK founders, Helen and Mark Bates, created this affordable piece of technology to offer an innovative solution to the aged care market and their families.
SeNCit New Zealand, who distributes SeNCit in Australasia like their UK counterparts believe this sophisticated technology, will significantly help the elderly, who are not getting any formal support lead independent lives in their own homes.
CEO, John Green says, "Nowadays, more families of the elderly are living away from their parents. This makes it increasingly difficult for them to be available to monitor their health closely. SeNCit now provides a solution to this problem, by alerting families or other relatives via a text message."
"Because you can't always be there."
SeNCit is easy to install and can simply be attached to wall in a high traffic area within the home, like a hallway
With flexible, personalised settings, SeNCit will text nominated friends or relatives in the following situations:
- No movement detected within the home when there should be.
- When in security mode if movement is detected with in the house
- Should the ambient temperature become too COLD or too HOT within the home
- If there is a mains power cut or the SeNCit unit is unplugged
- All Ok message that SeNCit is active with an update of all monitored conditions
Because alarm messages are sent directly to a carer's mobile phones time delay is minimal.
SeNCit is available for purchase from $599 with free delivery, a pre-installed Vodafone Sim card and a low monthly communication cost of $15.00 per month on a 24 month contract.
SeN-Cit + D with wireless door sensor is $749 with free delivery a pre-installed Vodafone Sim card and a low monthly communication cost of $15.00 per month on a 24 month contract.
For more information visit, www.sencitmonitor.com, to purchase call 0800 4 SENCIT(0800 736 248) or email email@example.com (be sure to say you are a member of SeniorNet)
Ads4All offers a quick and easy way for all Kiwis, including SeniorNet members, to place classified adverts plus optional photos online, without having to use auction sites or pay large fees. In fact, during this startup period, all adverts are free. After that, all Community related adverts will continue to be so, while Private and Business related ones will be much more affordable than for TradeMe or eBay. Despite that, Ads4All matches TradeMe both in the depth and extent of categories and in geographic locations across New Zealand.
So, have a browse now at www.ads4all.nz. You'll see categories for items, jobs, services, courses and community notices. To actually place adverts, you must first register. With a Private registration, you can place adverts for yourself or family members. If you are a Business representative, you can register as that as well. Similarly for Community related registration, which includes voluntary, charity or community interest groups, very much including SeniorNet and its branches.
For any advert you publish, you'll have the option of editing or updating it later. That includes adding or replacing photos, of which you can have up to 6, although property-related adverts can include up to 12. If you need to view and/or edit any of your photos before uploading them, a good, free photo-editing program is Paint.NET.
The instructions for using Ads4All should be easy to follow but get back to us if not: you'll see a "Contact Us" link top right of any page, together with an "FAQ" and an "About Us" one. To help grow Ads4All - apart from placing plenty of good adverts - please pass the word on to your friends and neighbours and, again, get back to us with comments and suggestions, including for new sub-categories and features you'd like to see.