Thinking of Buying an All In One Computer? Think Again

hp-touchsmart-iq800-series-all-in-one-pcWhen you buy a real desktop PC you can usually upgrade it after a few years by replacing parts or even taking out the parts and putting them into a new computer. You can also use the monitor with another computer in the future. When you have an all in one computer you are extremely limited in what you can upgrade. After a few years your all in one computer becomes out dated and you have to buy a completely new computer to catch up with technology.

Tips from our Baltimore Computer Repair Shop

Computer Repairs tends to also be much easier when you are working with a desktop. Desktops typically have significantly more room to work in and they do not use as many proprietary parts. If an aspect of the desktop breaks you can just swap it out with a new part. Please remember that not all desktop computers are equal so try to avoid any of those smaller mini towers as they can be significantly more difficult to upgrade.

Heat – is one of the things that damage the most of a computer. Tower desktops are originate so that the fan creates a vortex that helps cooling the parts inside. For laptops and all-in-one computers the space is limited, so it’s harder to an effective airflow to cool down the parts.

The Screen – because the screen is part of you computer. If it breaks, you can’t use your computer will being worked on. For a desktop you just plug in an other screen and you are back at work.

If you are considering buying an All In One Computer Our  Suggestion at Perry Hall PC Repair is to buy a Laptop. For the same price, you’ll have computer of equal power that able to move around. If you don’t like typing on the small screen, it’s easy to plug a keyboard and mouse in your laptop. Think a laptop screen is too small, you can connect to a monitor of your liking of your liking and use you laptop screen as a on the go screen.

 

Perry Hall PC Repair Special Offer:

Get your computer back in top running order just in time for school.

PC Tune Up: $25 (in Shop On Site $45)
PC Backup: $50 + cost of media
Virus Removal: $69 (In Shop Free Pick Up and Drop Off)
Hardware Upgrades: $20 with the purchase of any of the above services. (Labor only Parts Additional)

 

Computer Repair and Virus removal in Baltimore, Maryland – Connected PC Solutions

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