Buying a new computer or upgrading an old one?


It is very easy to over or under buy.  Either one can be costly and frustrating.  We will work with you to determine the best fit for what you want to use the computer for -- whether that is hardware or software.  Once you have made the purchase, we can set it up for you and transfer information from your old computer so you can be up and running quickly.

We don't sell hardware or software so you can be sure, when we make a recommendation, it is our opinion of what is best for you.

Many people think they need a new computer when, frequently, what they need is an inexpensive upgrade.  Let our consultants help with that decision.

When they do need a new computer, many people will go for the biggest, fastest system with the most bells and whistles and then they just use it for email, web surfing and word processing. Others will buy the least costly machine they can find and then find they need to add software, upgrade memory, or add some other feature to it. Either case can be very costly.  When buying a new computer, it is almost always cheaper to size the computer properly and have it bundled with the right software mix.  We can help make sure you don't overspend.

Make sure you get the right size computer for your current and near-future needs.

This page last updated January 13, 2006