Compucon Computers

Website Map & Information

1. Website Map

Help (website navigation tips)
Mobile Page (for small screens)
"Quality Made for You"
Compucon group offices worldwide
A Long History of Quality
Environmental Responsibility
Computer & Monitor Recycling
Energy Efficiency
Social Responsibility
Global Impacts of Computer Manf.
Sydney Office
Telephone & Fax
Physical Address
Office Hours
Location Map & Information
Public Transport
Computing: Main Categories
(multiple Server models)
(multiple PC models)
(multiple Microsoft products)
(multiple monitor models)
Computing: Major Brands
(Automation products mini-site)
Technical Help
Technical Support for End Users
Drivers, User Manuals, FAQs, etc.
Warranty Information
Reseller Enquiries/Application
TSD Email Addresses
Drivers, User Manuals, FAQs, etc.
RMA Email Addresses
Warranty Information
AOC DOA Process
Technical Tips

2. Website Information

Web design: Gregory Schroeder, Compucon Computers

Website feedback? Please email the webmaster: web@compucon.com.au

2.1. Link Symbols


Compucon website-hosted page or document that will display in a new browser tab*, without disturbing the Compucon webpage you are reading, or your navigation flow through the Compucon website.


Page or document located on an external website, always displayed in a new browser tab* to retain the integrity of your Compucon website session.

* Depending on your system, a new browser or application window may open, or a file may be downloaded for viewing with separate software.

2.2. Product Images

Generally, full-size photographs on product pages are all shown to the same scale, i.e. 1 pixel* per mm of actual size (if perspective is shown, this is based on the front-most reference point of a computer chassis, or the central axis of a monitor), confirmed by the suffix "-webscale" in the file name. Reduced-size photographs (e.g. those used in product listings) are still in correct proportion to each other, in this case 33.3% of the above scale, denoted by the filename suffix "-tn3".

* Based on photographic pixels. Browser scaling will deviate from 1 screen pixel per photographic pixel unless your device is calibrated at 100% zoom.

2.3. Web Standards

In favour of standards and accessibility, this site contains No Flash or other content requiring proprietary plugins or runtime modules. If there is anything you are unable to view, please contact the webmaster so we can fix the problem!

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