Buying a computer
If you want to buy a computer, first think about your purpose, not about configuration. Besides, you should consider the cost. OK, I like to go to some discussion about it. You want to buy a computer or laptop. The big question is ‘WHY’? What is the purpose? If you need this for official job like drafting, composing, browsing the internet, email corresponding, slide show or documentation, etc. you should buy a mid-level configured computer or laptop. That is enough for fair use, it will not matter to wasting money. A highly configured pc will wastage this type of work. But, if you want to be a graphics designer, or video editor, or web developer even a gamer, then you will need a highly configured with graphics, memory, and processing speeded computer. For this type of configured pc, you have to spend a big amount. And you have to suffer for low configured pc. You won’t able to operate smoothly multiple programs, internet browsing, games, or something like this. So, the decision is yours. You have to choose wisely. I am going to focus on the best computer for college students here.
Now, another big question is “What I should buy?” Laptop or Desktop? In my opinion, I will prefer a laptop for its portability. But, a demerit for laptops is, it is not for rough users. Upgrading, troubleshooting, or servicing is not easy. You have to go a sales or service center for this. But a desktop computer can easily be upgraded. You can change or upgrade any parts of the desktop computers easily.
You can get three types of computer/ Laptop in the market, you can say them official/ executive, student pc, high ranged, or gaming pc. Another type of computer is a server pc. It is not countable for its unusual use. There has some variously configured pc in the computer market. First, I will say about the best computer for college students. A college student needs a computer for making assignments, google searching, translating, etc. They can use various programs for practice like word processing, data management, etc. So, they need a computer / Laptop with a good memory, processing speed. Second for the computers for executives to draft, browse the internet, Email, etc. Third, a good configuration for gamers with good CPU, memory, and dedicated graphics. I got some specifications here for the best computer for college students, executives, and gamers.
Student PC Specification -01
Description : CPU Intel Pentium Quad Core N3170, 4GB DDR3 Memory (2400 MHz bus), 500GB SATA Storage, Built-in Intel HD Graphics, Audio and LAN, DVD R/W, USB 2.0 / 3.0, VGA Out Port
Executive PC Specification -02
Description : CPU Intel Core i5 8th Generation, 4GB DDR4 Memory (2400 MHz bus), 1000GB Storage, Built-in Intel HD Graphics, Audio, Gigabit LAN, DVD R/W, USB 2.0 / 3.0, VGA/HDMI Output Port
Gaming PC Specification -03
Description : Intel Core i7 8th Generation CPU, 8GB DDR4 Memory (2400 MHz bus), 480GB SSD, Dedicated GPU 4GB DDR5 NVIDIA GeForce, Audio and 10/100 LAN, DVD R/W, USB 2.0 / 3.0, VGA, HDMI Out Port