September 30, 2012 at 5:44 am #29442
Here are four tips thatâ€™ll save you money when buying your next computer.Tip #1 -- Rebates: A rebate is not always a bargain. Computers with rebates are often close to being discontinued. You may pick up a good deal or purchase technology that's about to become yesterdayâ€™s news. What's more, stores will often package computers with a bunch of free items to make it look like you're getting more value. Chances are the extras are either poor quality or items you're unlikely to use. Also, theyâ€™re counting on you to not redeem your rebate, a very common occurrence.Tip #2 -- Extended Service Warrantees: Buyer Beware! They're a gamble, but not always a bad idea. If you're purchasing a laptop and you plan to travel a lot, an extended warranty that covers replacement of the monitor/display can be a good gamble. Replacing a display can cost $400-$600, making the warranty worthwhile. On the other hand, if you plan on buying the warranty for routine maintenance; save your money. Oftentimes it can take weeks for the store to send your PC out for service. Also, remember the store where you purchased your computer does not always do warranty work during the first year, instead you may have to ship it directly to the manufacturer. In general, extended warranties cover electronics [things you can't see]. They don't usually cover physical damage. Most extended warranties have large gray areas, leaving the warranty provider a lot of room to reject claims.Tip #3 -- Monitors: Donâ€™t throw away your monitor if it's still working properly. Instead, keep it and save a chunk of money by just replacing your old CPU [computer tower]. Monitors last much longer than CPUs and the technology is usually compatible between your old monitor and the new CPU. However, if youâ€™re dissatisfied, then monitors, keyboards and mouses are the three tools to spend extra money on, since you use them every day!Tip #4 -- Networking: How are you connecting to the Internet? If you're using a high speed Internet connection, such as cable broadband or DSL, you'll want to make sure you have a network card built into your system. If you have a wireless network at home or at the office, save money and installation time by buying the wireless card built right into the computer.http://www.selininfo.com/computer/4_computer_money_saving_tips.htmlNovember 27, 2012 at 6:21 am #33898
The set of information presented in this post will surely help those people who are going to buy a latest technology processor PC for their house. Through the clause of extending warranty period will help people in gaining profit of running PC of good conditionJanuary 2, 2013 at 6:48 am #33899
If you are planning to buy a new computer or laptop, I would recommend you to buy it online as you can easily find great deals and discounts. Believe me, the deals on computer would definitely help you to save lots of money.
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