Desktops PCs still have a lot to offer despite the rise of laptops, netbooks and tablets. They offer more value for money and generally have better graphics, faster processors, more memory and storage. They are also easier to upgrade compared to laptops and are harder to break and steal. However, if mobility is the key then a desktop is not for you. With a range of desktop computers to choose from decide what you want to use your computer for and how much you are willing to spend. Do you want to use it just for sending emails, surfing the web, or are you are serious gamer; or perhaps you want to use it as multi-media system to watch TV and films. Also think about what software you want to use and the external devices to want to connect to your computer. What types of connections will you need, and how many?
The latest desktop computers come in all shapes and sizes too. If space is an issue then go for a Mini PC (nettop) or stylish All-in-One PC where there is no tower and the components are integrated into the monitor itself. Mini PCs, although cheaper, are generally limited as they often don’t have any optical drives and possess less powerful components. They are fine for surfing the net and checking emails. If gaming is your thing than a Gaming PC will need sufficient power and a decent dedicated graphics card to run the latest games. If home entertainment is more important then a Home Theatre Personal Computer (HTPC) is a PC that has an integrated home entertainment system that connects to your television, allowing you to watch and record TV, watch films and listen to music.Whether you need a Desktop PC for the home or the office you will find what you’re after for less with a Twenga search, we search the internet for the cheapest prices from top brands to help save you money.