6 Oct 08
well u didnt specified ur residing area. Let i assume u belongs to india.U can look into Intel's DG35EC motherboard. It is enough for middle level people( Middle level means not using multimedia editing but this can also be done. littlebit slower). RAM 1GB is enough. If u have more money put 2 or 3 GB. Its ur wish. Then the processor. U can stick int intel's dual core 2.5Ghz. 160GB HDD, DVD writer, cabinet, 17" monitor(Samsung CRT), Keyboar and mouse, and ups. This will cost around below 22,000.
• United Kingdom
7 Oct 08
I'm not sure whether it's a question of buying the latest pc! You may buy a top of the range computer and it will have a multitude of specifications that you don't need. You need to decide what you are going to be using the computer for. Ideally you want a pc that has the most amount of memory i.e. 2GB of ram. You can have single core processing or dual-core processing (two microprocessors within pc). You could pay a fortune for this when there's no need. Decide what you are going to be using your pc for and then ask lots and lots of questions before making a purchase. Goodluck. Andrew
6 Oct 08
Determine what you want your computer to do. Then determine your budget. From there you can determine what components you'll need and what quality you're going for. If you're going for a tough business computer or one that's very solid and reliable, I'd recommend checking out IBM or Lenovo's offerings. If you want style, the Sony Vaio and other laptop makers have plenty of it. Alternatively, just build your own. At the end of the day though, you will need to determine what is it you want your PC to do before you can ask the latest and best computer in the market.