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    They are all the same aren't they?

    Want to buy a new desktop but there are too many choices out there.
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    (Original post by HucktheForde)
    They are all the same aren't they?

    Want to buy a new desktop but there are too many choices out there.
    Sorry can't help but this guy rates a Dell 😂

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=8yVM8KljypI
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    They are just different manufacturers who sell similar computers hardware wise. MSI is a more gaming orientated company though.

    For desktop PCs you won't go wrong with any of them. I haven't used products from all the brands, but they will differ in terms of price, customer support (not too important for a desktop), materials used for the case, price range, and pre installed software.

    I would recommend building the desktop yourself or having one custom built for you (e.g. from PCSpecialist) as this cuts down the the price a lot.

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    I have been somehow ripped off by Dell every time I have interacted with them. I therefore will never buy anything from them ever again, no matter how superficially appealing the offer seems.
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    I don't think they're all the same. Personally, I'll always go for HP products. I like the way they balance their computers' features so that they are fit for anyone's use:gamers, office workers yadda yadda. Am not saying It's the best of course, but making the features more convenient for certain tasks only would mean just few people can benefit. However, when buying a computer, it's advisable that you consider the company whose products have the features best suited for your needs. The choice is yours buddy
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    All are different, different features and price.
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    (Original post by SkyJP)
    For desktop PCs I would recommend building the desktop yourself or having one custom built for you (e.g. from PCSpecialist)...
    I'm currently pricing up PC parts! *covers eyes* :'D




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    Build it yourself. For a laptop, Dell has the best build quality, HP is ok, but will try and make it too thin, making it flimsy and prone to overheating. MSI will be ok, Lenovo will be the worst. But they should all be fine for a desktop.
 
 
 
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