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About Computer Ease

Computer Ease logoComputer Ease is a microcomputer training and consulting company, established in Toronto, Ontario, Canada in 1987.

Its president and owner, Blake Nancarrow, regularly teaches people and organizations how to utilize information technology and software to its maximum potential.

Blake Nancarrow started using Psion palmtops in January 1993, a Series 3. When he lost this in June 1994, he upgraded to a Series 3a. A friend, Gerry Thorpe, had his 3a break in August 1995 and it took a long time to repair. Blake's 3a broke about the same time. Blake and Gerry both foolishly bought second machines as backups...

Together, Blake and Gerry started renting their extra machines. In December 1996, recognized as adding value to the Psion, Computer Ease was given reseller privileges and began selling Psions. Later that month, Blake conducted his first official Psion training classes in cooperation with Syscan.

When the local Toronto Psion user group, PEAT, had its first meeting in December 1995, Blake attended. He became heavily involved in the group with its founding member Lloyd Wasser. Blake soon became president, a post he held for 2 years.

When they hit Canada in July 1997, Computer Ease obtained some of the first Series 5 machines. To this day we continue to sell, rent, and support the Psion.

Contact information is on the home page.

 

 

last edited on 17 November 1999