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Comparison and contrast
Exercise 1
Using the example paragraph as a model, compare the Armani, the Mesh Elite and the Elonex with respect to price, screen size and amount of RAM. Price
Processor Speed
Screen Size
Hard Disk
RAM
Armani R850 P4.
£2,467
1.7 GHz
19"
40 GB
256 MB
Mesh Elite 1.7GT Pro
£1,938
1.7 GHz
19"
57 GB
256 MB
Elonex WebRider Pro
£1,174
1.2 GHz
17"
38.1 GB
128 MB

Four personal computers, Evesham Axis 1.33 SK, Armani R850 P4, Mesh Elite 1.7GT pro and Elonex WebRider Pro, were compared with respect to the following factors: price, screen size and amount of RAM. The most expensive is Armani R850 P4 which cost £2,467, Mesh Elite 1.7GT Pro cost £1,938 which is cheaper £529 than Armani R850 P4. The Evesham Axis 1.33 SK and the Elonex WebRider Pro which cost £1,174 are both the cheapest of the four. The Elonex WebRider Pro has the same screen size with the Evesham Axis 1.33 SK, 17". The Armani R850 P4 also has the same screen size with the Mesh Elite 1.7GT Pro, it is 19". For the amount of RAM, the Evesham Axis 1.33 SK, the Armani R850 P4, and the Mesh Elite 1.7GT Pro are similar 256 MB, whereas bigger than the Elonex WebRider Pro which has 128 MB amount of RAM.

Dear Mr. Rajeg and all of my classmates,

This is my comparisons and contrasts text about three personal computers based on the given data.

Three personal computers, Armani R850 P4, Mesh Elite 1.7GT pro and Elonex WebRider Pro. Each type were has differences, such as of price, screen size and amount of RAM. Price of the Armani R850 P4 is the most expensive, it is £2,467. In contrast to the Mesh Elite 1.7GT pro, which costs £1,938. But, Mesh Elite 1.7GT pro didn’t the cheapest. The Elonex WebRider Pro is the cheapest one,with costs £1,174. If we compared the screen size, the Armani R850 P4 and the Mesh Elite 1.7GT Pro have a similarity, their screen size is 19”. On the other hand, the Elonex WebRider Pro has smaller screen size than another which

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