The Ultimate Battle: PC versus Mac
Throughout the past quarter century there has always been a huge argument between nerds and geeks all around the world: which is better, a PC or a Mac? If you want to get two nerds arguing in front of you that would be the question to ask. I will be discussing what I believe to be the key points in each system where one may outshine the other or where they may be equal, to determine which should be the best choice for the general, everyday consumer.My personal preference for computers is with PCs; however, I believe the final choice should be up to the customer based on the following points.
First let’s start with the basics: how much is it going to cost? Immediately many people will tell you how expensive a Mac computer is and that a PC is so much cheaper. This I will have to agree with, but before we make that decision let’s break the PC and Mac down a bit. Mac computers come in a very short variety; you have the MacBook Air, MacBook, MacBook Pro, the Mac Mini micro desktop, the all in one iMac, and the Mac Pro power desktop. Not as many choices there as the PC and almost the entire line of Macs will carry at least $1,000 prices tags. Now that’s a very hefty price tag for a system that can’t be customized with the exception of what you get when you order it. PC’s on the other hand can range anywhere from $300 all the way to $3,000. But the main point here is how many options you have when it comes to choosing what you want with your computer. This will have to go to the PC’s for their variety of choices that can fit the budget of almost anybody.
This brings us to the next key point of comparison, customization. Macs have never been known for their ability to be customized. This is one of the weakest points in the battle of Macs against PC’s. The only points of customization when it comes to Macs are from the point of ordering the system whether you want a bigger hard drive or more RAM. This part is one of the biggest...
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