Today’s home and office computers are a far cry from yesterday’s 20th century. Today, the tech choices are much more impressive and genuinely functional.
Whatever computer power suits your needs, you can have a desktop powered by an Intel Core, from Intel Core i3 to Intel Core i9 including an Intel Celeron / Pentium.
The next favorite group of desktops is those powered by OS, like Steam OS, Chrome, Windows 7, 8, and 10 which are the ones that are most frequently used today in homes and offices.
A third is the Ryzen AMD-powered desktop group that includes AMD Ryzen, AMD A12 / A10, AMD A8 / A6, and the AMD FX Series.
Today’s desktop computers also give the user a much broader choice when it comes to viewing capacity, from the 19.5” and smaller to the larger 20” to 22” followed by a 23” to 24” to a huge 27”-and bigger screen.
When it comes to brands, popularity is determined by some factors among which are: company advertising, buying trends, and merely popular use. The brand names that pop up are Dell, ASUS HP, Acer, Lenovo, Abs, iBuyPower and Cyber Power which are not necessarily in order.
Computing power is not the only measure of likeability on the part of consumers but the design and multimedia features as well.
When it comes to pricing, today’s desktop computers can match the level of affordability of different categories of consumers. The Acer desktop units could range from to the lowest priced model of $409 (Computer Aspire) to an in-between price of $499 and a highest rated $729 for a 7th generation Intel Core i5. All three models are 4.00 GHz, with an 8 GB DDR4. Two of the more top priced units carries a $9.99 shipping charge.
With the same computing power as the Acer units, Dell carries a much higher price tag with the lowest priced exhibited at $749 (OptiPlex 5050), followed by $899 for the XPS 8920, and $1,099 price for the Battle box Essential NE770Rai. All three units also carry a $9.99 shipping charge.
Consumers also have the option to try a powerful one terabyte hard disc drive, 8 GB DDR4 Desktop Computer Master Gamer Cyberpower PC powered by Ryzen for an attractive price of $529 plus a $9.99 shipping charge.
Unlike before when desktop PCs carried a higher price tag when first introduced in the market due to its innovative attraction, The revitalization and resurgence of desktop sales in the United States today is due to the increase in power and the aggressive lowering of price levels from some brands.
Whereas the Apple 30” iMac Intel Core Duo and the Dell Inspiron One 23 Touch AIO Desktop computer were the mainstream computer units before, all this has changed with the coming of new products and brands that competed with the original US-based brands.
Today, we see a comeback among adherents of the desktop computer in many parts of the globe due mainly to the significantly improved design.