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How to choose your perfect PC

Although the face of personal computing has been changed immeasurably by the sudden influx of Tablets, Netbooks and Ultrabooks into the marketplace, for good old fashioned reliability and useability an ‘all-in-one’ (AIO) desktop PC is still the right choice for many.

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A quick browse of eBuyer shows that these are highly affordable, yet you still get plenty of bang for your buck if you are shopping on a budget. As with traditional PC’s, there are plenty of models available to choose from, so you will be able to find one that meets your specifications and price bracket.

Even the perceived ‘lower’ end of the AIO market packs a punch, with the Acer Aspire for example boasting a decent 4GB of RAM and 500GB HDD, and all for around £500. This product offers a user-friendly experience at a price you can afford.

With Tablets and Netbooks, it really is a ‘one-size fits all’ approach, regardless of what you want your personal computer to accomplish. If you are a gamer, for instance, you will want a whole heap of memory, as well as a super-fast processor. The HP Z1 AIO comes packed with 8GB RAM and a 1TB HDD, as well as the lightning quick Intel Xeon 3.5GHz processor. The 27" LED monitor really brings your gaming to life too.

Some AIO’s come complete with a DVD Writer, which is a great bit of kit if you want share home videos, display photography and archive documents with ease. You can also enjoy the latest movie releases too of course. The Lenovo IdeaCentre B520 comes ready installed with a Blu-Ray player, for added convenience. This will really take your viewing experience to the next level.
So whatever your requirements are, and the amount of money you are willing to spend, you are sure to be able to find an All in One PC that meets your needs.

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  1. Gereken Belgeler

    im about take my pc out as a rubbish. desktops cant reach notebooks. i prefer desktop but one have to use notebook in today’s world.

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