Our family business is in need of some computer upgrades.
I've always built my own personal PC's myself (always stuck with ASUS mobo's, and intel CPUs), but I'm wondering if there are certain hardware I should be looking for in a 'business' computer.
When we look at pricing of Dell, IBM, and HP 'business' desktops, they seem to be more expensive, with not-so great specifications. My understanding if that businesses are paying for 'support' from the companies. Can this be confirmed?
I need your help to two 'reliable' PCs for the office for ~$500.
They will be running Windows 7, and tasks will not be much more than:
*Adobe Photoshop (very light use --- creating flyers, business cards, etc...)
I think you're looking at around 10 seconds faster for the 2100 for at least $50 more just in Photoshop, and that's if you're going to apply quite a few filters. For your uses, it simply wouldn't be worth it to get the i3. The Celeron is easy comparable to Core 2 Duos, and I wouldn't be surprised if it ran faster than most.