Buying a new laptop or desktop PC can be quite confusing. Many people find it difficult to compare prices, features, processor types,etc to find the right choice in accordance with their requirements. Basics
1Power And Performance
If your computer is not powerful and fast enough to accomplish what you need to get done, then it will cause you nothing but a huge headache. In this day and age, people don’t want to wait for pictures to upload, documents to download, and they cannot stand to see images that are not crystal clear or sound that isn’t sharp. In order to have clear images and sharp sound, especially if you play a lot of games or do a lot of work on your computer, you need to have a high-performance PC with a lot of power. 2. Warranty
Warranty makes up the most important consideration for people when buying a system. Having one covered with the right kind of hardware warrantee is essential and should be unconditional. 3. Brand
Some brands offer better warrantees, whereas others offer software packages that come with the system. For example, a Dell laptop with the same specifications may be cheaper than a Sony Vio. The reason is that Sony provides many of its own softwares with their laptops which save the users cost for buying software, e.g. a DVD burning. However, if you already have many such licensed or freeware software available, then it might be better to go for a cheaper brands. Acer for instance is known for its low cost laptops that provide more enhanced spcs like hard disk space and RAM as compared to its competitors. 4. Processor
The Processor is one of the most important parts of a system and can mean the difference between a system that frequently hangs and the one that runs smoothly. Some people might think that going for the low cost single core or Dual Core processors is a good idea but I would not recommend either of them for anyone who requires using a system for more than basic usage. Moreover, one might be better off buying a...
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