Choosing new computer systems can be a tiresome and daunting task, and in most cases, this will be due to the differences in the budget and the intended use of the computer.
For cost conscious beginners and even intermediates, the fastest and the shiniest, may sound impressive, but the truth is for those of us performing functions such as word processing, e-mail and spreadsheets a slightly slower budget system is ample.
If on the other hand, you love the state of the art video games or work heavily in Photo or video editing then you'll want something with a lot of power and performance.
Many computer users only need the basics and a budget system will suit their requirements as they will never need or use the advanced components, but advanced computing tasks such as gaming or desktop video will require more expensive equipment.
Computer systems are made up of many interchangeable internal parts, and making decisions between price, power and performance can be difficult, but spending time to work out what you need in your new computer system, can save you hundreds of dollars.
A computer listed as the best selection in some catalogues, may not have all the features required for the programs or games that you intend to run on your system.
Before you part with thousands for a new system, only to find out that it does not meet your needs, make a list of what you want to get out of your new computer systems, and bring it into our store. We will be only too happy to spend some time going through your list, and we may even be able to recommend some options you had not thought about, or save you money, on components you don’t need.