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An Introduction to PCs
When buying a PC, first consider what you need it for. Your processor should be fast enough for your daily tasks, with extra power for more demanding things. RAM lets you run bigger and more programs at one time, so it’s always a good idea to get more.Read more >
Small, lightweight and affordable, netbooks are basically scaled-down computers specialized for mobile Internet access. With 10-inch screens, keyboards and touchpads, Netbooks are great for surfing the web away from your desktop PC.Read more >
Which are really better? The answer is different, depending on who you talk to. From cost to compatibility, availability, customisation and stability, making the choice between a PC and a Mac boils down to your personal computing needs.Read more >
While desktops offer great value and a host of multimedia-rich add-ons, today’s notebooks feature equally powerful processors and can be used anywhere. With each having their own pros and cons, how do you decide which is best for you?Read more >
Simply put, visibly smart computing means a better looking and more immersive computing experience made possible by the technology advancements built into 3rd generation Intel® Core™ processors.Read more >
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Factors to consider when buying a PC.