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The Average Cost of a New Computer is around $650(March 03, 2012)
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) March 03, 2012
The average cost of a new computer is something that is tough to pinpoint exactly. However, a recent study by ComputerTooSlow.com has shown that the average person will spend around $650 on a new PC. This study did not count any type of server sales, netbook sales, or business computer purchases.
This price of $650 makes sense since a new computer can be found for as little as $250, but can also go all the way into the thousands of dollars.
In this study, ComputerTooSlow.com also found that the average cost of a Mac computer was much higher. The study showed that Mac users spent an average of $1050 on a new computer. Apple doesn't offer many low-end choices when it comes to their computer selection. This lack of entry level computers really drove the average price of a Mac up in the poll.
Based on this study, ComputerTooSlow.com concludes that it is worth some effort to improve the performance of a PC before buying a new PC. A few simple hardware and software upgrades could be purchased for $100 or less. This would be much more cost effective than buying a new computer at the average price of $650. Free tips to speed up a computer can be found at ComputerTooSlow.com for this purpose.
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ComputerTooSlow.com provides free computer repair guides and tips focused on speeding up a computer. ComputerTooSlow.com also provides other general computer usage tips along with the latest tech news to keep our users up to date with the latest in the tech industry.
ComputerTooSlow.com has been helping users since 2008.
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