Can somebody recommend some good place to buy a customer configured computer?
What is your budget? I suggest you find one near you, just in case you have problems, it's easier to throw the computer back to them.
If you want an adventure, you can build it yourself. You can ask your favorite computer expert to help you or you can post messages in this BBS and someone is bound to give you the wrong answers but might point you to the right direction.
Well you can go to netsellers main page and
ask prices and info,there support for the systems is quite good,and plenty of help if
ya want to do it yourself.
some let you specify everything, but most let you modify a base system.
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I've just had a computer built for me. I started out planning to build my own and had all the cheapest prices recorded thanks to pricewatch.com. Because many of the vendors with the best prices do not have the best reputations and returning the individual pieces would be a pain I started looking for a local vendor. I faxed a list of the exact pieces I wanted to go into the computer to 12 businesses I found in a local computer magazine. I selected one with the lowest price after checking out the vendor through the Better Business Bureau
End result. 3 Days later, one great computer at just below the best price I could have built one for.
You might check out www.NuTrend.com They have some nicely configured models that you can customize. If you watch their sales, (they are also in ComputerShopper mag), you can find some good deals. They have a good warranty and I liked dealing with them. One word of caution with anyone you deal with on a customized system, check your system closely against your invoice when you get it and keep all documentation and packaging.
The main thing I found to work to my advantage was to not get into a hurry, compare a heck of a lot of adds and enjoy the whole process.
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try http://www.a2zcomp.com/ they have systems that you choose all the components on (right down to the case). They let you choose any of the item from their catalog. give them a look I doubt you will be dissapointed, and the prices are very competitive.
Ummmmm...is everyone NUTS?? No one has mentioned DELL yet!!! [img]/forum/smile.gif[/img] Check 'em out! Configured my comp just the way I wanted it. www.dell.com
or you could ask one of the many in here who would be glad to do it for you........you can email them and see if ya get an answer
DODO, Iwas quite suprise today. Looking for a computer for my daughter, I was "Office Depot
today and they a real nice E machine and trereons this week. Not on sale but mfgr's rebate. They have a 466 celeron w/ 64 Mb Ram
40x Cdrom ,etc. I'll see if I can get you the web site. $674 minus $75 rebate $599 plus tax. And , Ibelieve, you can crank it up too.
Just a thought.
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