latest computer developments

October 31, 2006 4:51am CST
I am about to buy a new pc (approx £750/ $1350) I am not a computer geek (!) but would like the best I can get for the money and here in the UK it would appear that Dell offer the best value for general use (bit of presentation work, surfing, video editing). However, I am concerned that there might be new developments on the horizon and don't want to get caught out by anything dramatic/ big! (not just the usual faster, etc. stuff)
2 responses
@Asylum (48266)
• Manchester, England
31 Oct 06
Computers, just like any other product, are a matter of personal taste and preference. My friend is an avid fan of the AMD processor, whereas I have always preferred an Intel processor but neither of us is either right or wrong. The best advice that I can offer is to purchase a computer magazine and check out what type of systems are on offer and which would suit you personally. Many of the computer magazines run tests on a variety of computers to compare them, so try to find a publication that offers this feature at the moment.
@exchange (949)
• Australia
31 Oct 06
DONT BUY DELL they are the most expensive boat anchor avalable today they are made from recycled part and out of date products that is why they are so cheep new computer from dell hahahaha