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Buying A Computer

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  • 1. Buying a Computer Which one should I pick?
  • 2. What to look for
    • Main Components
    • Processor speed
    • RAM / Memory
    • Hard disc space
  • 3. Other Considerations
    • DVD or CD burner/recorder
    • USB and Firewire ports
    • Monitor, keyboard, mouse
    • Software
  • 4. Let’s Go Shopping
    • Computer #1 price: $429
    • Computer #2 price: $819
    • Which one should I buy?
  • 5. Comparison
    • Computer 2
    • 2 x 2.6 Ghz
    • 2Gb RAM
    • 400 Gb hard drive
    • 6 USB & 2 Firewire
    • Windows Vista Business
    • Computer 1
    • 3.0 Ghz
    • 1Gb RAM
    • 160 Gb hard drive
    • 4 USB & 0 Firewire
    • Windows Vista Home Basic
    $429 $819
  • 6. Deciding factors
    • Consider what you want to use the computer for and what your price range is!

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