Business Focused PCs
Ben Weiner, CEO, Conjungo
When it comes to mobile computing for business where do you start? With laptops there are already a handful of dominant players such as HP, Toshiba, Dell, Asus and Lenovo. But today I’m reviewing the new kid on the block — Samsung.
Samsung first launched their range of Business laptops last year and are already taking significant share in the B2B market. Having won so many awards in the consumer space, I wanted to explore what they have to offer and ask ‘Is Samsung a compelling option for business?’ I think it’s time to take a closer...
I am by no means an expert but buying a new PC or laptop computer is not as straightforward as it used to be. We are now faced with a huge range of considerations. It’s no longer just about size, weight, processor speed, memory size, battery life and hard drive. Potential purchasers now also have to consider the different types such as Netbooks, Ultra-portables and more recently, Tablets. As a result, buying a PC is now a far more difficult and confusing experience because there are so many different factors to consider. With this in mind, make sure that your final choice meets your exact requirements.
Purchasing a PC is often heavily influenced by the cost of the machine. Other factors to consider such as the applications being used, the prime purpose and of course the technical specification will ultimately dictate whether it is appropriate for your business needs. Of course value for money is a concern, but do bear in mind that you will want to keep the PC for a number of years and by investing a little more now, you have an element of ‘future proofing’. Consider the costs associated with upgrading the... continued on page two >