Desktops are desktops, right? That’s what you might think. But desktops can be so much more than just desktops! Did you know that desktops could come in different colors, shapes and sizes? And they also have different uses depending on their size. This article will introduce you to four desktops that are worth considering the next time you need a new desktop for your home or office. Ready to learn about these desktop varieties? Let’s get started!
1. Asus ROG
The desktops by Asus are powerful and designed for gaming. The desktops come with a keyboard and mouse, which is perfect for gamers who want to spend less time setting up their desktops and more time playing games.
The desktops also have Nvidia GeForce GTX graphics cards, Intel Core processors, 16GB RAM, 2TB hard drive space, and Windows 10 pre-installed. With these deskouts you can play any game on the market today at the highest settings without lag or lagging framerates!
2. Toshiba Excite 13
Toshiba is a Japanese multinational company founded in Tokyo on March 13, 1938 by Hisao Yamane. Toshiba’s four primary activities are: Information and Communication Systems (IC) – which includes semiconductors, storage devices and solutions; Electronic Devices Company (EDC) – which manufactures electronic components such as semiconductors, resistors and capacitors; Home Appliances Company (HAC) – which produces electric appliances for the home market including microwaves, refrigerators and washing machines; and Construction Products Company (CPC), which makes construction products like cement or concrete. HAC and CPC form the Building Materials & Industrial Systems sectors of Toshiba. The company offers a wide range of products from low-voltage to high-voltage electric equipment, digital products, network systems and healthcare.
Their product range also includes desktops which come in different sizes and specifications. The Toshiba Excite 13 is one of their desktops that has a 13-inch screen and runs on the Android 4.2 Jelly Bean operating system. It has a 1.7GHz A15 dual-core processor, 2GB of DDR3L memory, and a 16GB SSD. It is also equipped with a webcam, microphone, and stereo speakers. The Excite 13 is a good choice for people who want a powerful and portable desktop.
3. HP ENVY Phoenix h9
HP ENVY Phoenix h9 desktops are equipped with Windows 10 Pro and come in various configurations. The desktops also have a webcam, which is perfect for web conferencing, video chatting or even just taking selfies. An Intel Core i5 processor handles the processing needs of the desktops while an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 GPU takes care of gaming requirements. HP ENVY Phoenix h9 desktops start at $1,599 and can be configured to meet your specific needs.
HP ENVY Phoenix h9 desktops offer a lot of power at prices that won’t break the bank!
4. Apple iMac
The Apple iMac desktops come in two different sizes: 21.5″ or 27″. The smaller size is the best choice if you are looking for a desk-top that will be used primarily for email and web browsing, while the larger size is better suited to people who work with video editing, music production, graphics design and other applications which require lots of screen space.
The 21.5 inch model starts at $1,299 while the 27 inch version starts at $1,499 – but neither price includes an operating system or any software programs like Microsoft Office. If these are needed then they will have to be purchased separately as well.
Regardless of which one you choose it’s important to know what your budget is before you go shopping. You also need to know what tasks you will be using the desk-top for most often, then check out the specs on each model (21.5 or 27 inch) and determine which one will meet your computing needs at a price that is within your budget.
The iMac desktops are Apple’s all in one desktops which come with a built-in display, keyboard and mouse.