Choosing a Computer

Make sure you choose the right small business computer because it will be your best friend. You don't need the latest and greatest technology when looking for a small business computer. Unless you absolutely know you need it, it's better to keep a tight budget while not skimping on features. Deciding on a laptop or desktop? Here are some pointers. Why a Laptop Get one if you travel frequently. This is not confined to cross-country trips for client meetings. If you tend to bring your work home from the office, or to your morning coffeehouse, a laptop computer may be for you. The main drawbacks to laptops is that it's a little more expensive than desktops for the same features, and it can be stolen easily if you're not careful. Another drawback is that laptops have sealed parts, limiting you of having the latest computer components. Further if it breaks, your repair prices will be hire than if you had a desktop. A laptop with at least 1.0 GHz Pentium III, 128MB RAM, and 20GB hard drive computer laptop will do just fine. It should come with a good warranty service. Why a Desktop If you don't plan on traveling a lot, a desktop will suit you for its higher power and affordability. A desktop computer is also a good choice if you will be doing intensive graphic design work, or using multiple applications at the same time. A desktop with at least 2.0 GHz Pentium III, 256MB RAM, and 40GB will be fine for most small business entrepreneurs. Be Safe Don't hold back on purchasing extra years of warranty service if you have the budget. The security of having a healthy computer lets you focus fully on your core business without any downtime.

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Posted on February 18

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