How many people have actually documented the REAL purchase, sale, and set up of a new computing rig? What are the challenges for someone who knows NOTHING about computer hardware? What is the thought process that goes into buying either a PC or a Mac? What are the networking considerations? That was the question that turned this idea into a short documentary about the purchase and sale of a new computer. The documentary concludes that someone has to actually buy a $999.99 high performance desktop, retail, in order not to get stuck with sub-par hardware if they are not doing their own kit assembly. From nearly every system evaluated, we found that ones sold with older processors were also being included with DDR2 RAM and weak, integrated graphics cards that were vastly overpriced. The best systems we could find were at Microcenter, while Costco, which is a membership based store, had a significantly better choice of computer monitors.
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