A branded machicn help

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    AsifIqbal New Member

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    Hello ,

    A company is offering

    Cel 2.4
    Asus Mother board 845
    256 mb RAM
    17 inch moniter
    80 GB HDD
    300 watt cabinet
    Speaker

    in 20999/- with taxes

    is this pricing & configuration is correct. :roll:

    Thanks

    Asif
     
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    AsifIqbal New Member

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    I forget that this system comes with DVD+CDRW combo drive (samsung)
     
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    technomodel New Member

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    a branded machine always costs more than anassembled counterpart because the company offers support, warranty, et al. heck, u cld get a p4 spending the same dough, or an amd+gfx card.
    bottom line:if u want exact price to performance ratio, go for an assembled machine. if u like peace of mind more than the machine u r buying, go for a branded machine as the dealer takes care of all your headaches :) :)
    hope this helps, bye..
     
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    Hi , Where r u staying . If not it a metro then i suggest u to just forgate about the dam Branded PC. Just make your won config and assemble that
     
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    The answer to the branded vs assembled question depends on where and for whom. If you don't know much about computers and live in a city where the "branded" company has a firm base of operation, you can go for a branded machine. Otherwise, you can assemble it yourself or get a reputable local assembler to put it together for you. A good assembler will even give you a reasonable warranty.

    As to whether the configuration is correct, it depends a lot on what you expect to do with it. You could spend a bit more and get a much better configuration, or you could even lower it and get a mchine that is perfectly adequate for your needs.
     
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