Why you might want to buy used

In getting a used PC, you can save a few hundred dollars on a computer that can do most of the same stuff a new one can. For the things most people do on their computers—browsing the web, editing documents and spreadsheets,  คอมมือสอง or looking at and editing pictures and videos from your phone—a new computer and one from a few years ago don’t perform that differently from one another.

If you’re on a strict budget, buying used may allow you to buy something that’s nicer than a modern budget laptop for the same money. A high-end Lenovo ThinkPad that sold for $1,400 two or three years ago, for example, will have an as-fast-or-faster processor and a better screen, and will be made of nicer materials, than a new laptop that’s selling for $500.

Plus, buying a used PC cuts down on パチンカス,ギアス パチ waste. You rescue an old but functional computer from getting thrown in the trash, and you avoid buying a cheap PC that will wear out and be disposed of in a few years.

Reasons not to buy used

If you’re looking to play high-end games or do professional 3D drafting work, a used PC might not be the best choice for you. Graphics processors are still advancing more quickly than other computer components, and the new game consoles that are due out in the fall will prompt higher system requirements for PC games, too. A used laptop might still be a good fit for photo and video editing, though, since those apps don’t demand as much graphics performance.


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