process of buying a computer

             What other contraption has revolutionized the world to such an extent, as the invention of the computer. One is struck with awe, and wonder at the thought of how one mans initiative has, as some would call it, “flipped the world upside down.” Life has become so much easier. We can do such things as, deposit money into our bank accounts without even leaving our homes. If we own a business with thousands upon thousands of records, we can save them all on a computer. If someone needs to type a paper, they merely have to speak into a computer microphone, which the computer will then, transform the spoken words into viewable text on the computer monitor, and will even check for inaccurate spelling. In some occupational environments, computers have even become substitutes for human beings. Indeed, computers have undeniably altered the way we live, and have become a vital element of the society nowadays. They have made our lives so much easier, and the process of purchasing of a computer has become ridiculously simple. Or has it?
             The process of buying a computer may seem easy at first, but can soon turn into an overwhelming task. To begin with, not everyone can afford a computer. Yes, the average price for a computer may be decreasing, however, they are still costly machines. Without the proper planning, the purchase of a computer can turn into a financial burden.
             When procuring a computer, it is wise to shop around for the best possible prices. Many large computer stores have excellent prices, as they tend to buy at wholesale values and can, in turn sell at reasonably cheaper prices. Nevertheless, smaller or private stores should not be overlooked. Another place to look for computers is at a computer show. Computer shows may be some of the best places to look for computers, as they have a tendency to sell computers anywhere from twenty to seventy percent off the market value. However, most comp

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