Purchasing a new computer for your business
When it comes to selecting a brand new computer for your business, you’re probably going to take an eye towards the market leaders which is HP, DELL, IBM, Toshiba, and Gateway. Asus and Acer are up and comers in the computer market, but their PC’s are more geared towards home and gaming. Upon closer inspection the Toshiba website looks to not be in the business of selling business desktop PC’s, and Gateway appears to have the lack of selection that we’ve come to expect when purchasing computers. That leaves us with HP, DELL , and IBM as possible business desktop solutions for your company.
The first of the competitors with true world brand recognition for creating some of the best computers is IBM. They gained great attention in the past year for its creation of Watson. Truly some of the most groundbreaking technology is being developed by this company. However if you were to go on IBM’s website with the intent of purchasing computers for your business, you’re probably going to have a hard time. Their website at the moment is a mess of computer jargon with a layout that doesn’t make sense to someone just looking to purchase a computer.
And it is because of this I urge you too instead consider Lenovo, which is the parent company of IBM, when looking for a computer that is as top notch in quality as an IBM. Their Think Server Systems are a fantastic solution for a business on a budget looking to upgrade their computer systems. At the time of this writing however, their advertised cheapest offering was $478.00, however upon closer inspection the most affordable solution that I could find was $580.00. Misleading? Maybe. I could be wrong, but what I look for is the advertised deal so that I may select and go from there.
The next of these computer giants is HP, and HP is a computer company that in my opinion has a strong focus on aesthetics while compromising on actual build quality and longevity of the unit. If you were to take a look at HP and their history of blunder after blunder I would stay away. They’ve had a huge problem with laptops overheating and stop working due to poor build design, and on top of that they’ve had several class action lawsuits filed against them due to their oversights. The biggest problem I have however, is giving a company $1000 of my hard earned dollars, only to find that their product is not going to last me no longer than 2-3 years. However if you are adventurous, you are more than welcome to visit their website and consider their offerings, but buyer beware. If you want to buy the many computers in USA you can choose the USA computer store.
Last but not least we have DELL computers at computer traders; known for making solid computers they too have had their fair share of faulty products. Most notable was the problem that they had with their Optiplex GX280 machines, built with lesser quality components; they were failing at a high rate. Enough of these machines failed that they were the defendant in a class action lawsuit filed against them by those unfortunate enough to purchase these defective units. However, overlooking this one serious mishap, their subsequent offerings haven’t had the same issues that the GX280 was so notable for. The greatest thing about the DELL computer lineup is the selection, you’re able to select a computer for every price point that you may present.
The cheapest offering were a hair over $400, with the most expensive systems having so many options that it will be considering the Rolls Royce of computing.
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