Mac or PC

When it comes to computers there is this big debate about whatever machine you should choose. If someone tells you that once you have chosen a line of product, you are set for life, that person is a liar. Needs are always changing, giving up productivity just because you feel that you should buy a certain brand of machine, is downright crazy.
MacBookPro[1]Don’t believe those people who tell you that you shouldn’t buy a Macintosh just because it is more expensive. With great price comes great support. So if you feel that you are not very good in the field of computing, you can easily choose a Macintosh from Apple, and let the shop assistants help you along the way.

However, if you are a scientist type of person, who wishes to explore the depths of computers, a PC is what you need.

But whenever there comes the need to buy a new computer, you should always consider every option. I hear people swearing that their Macintosh can do everything they need, but when they try to demonstrate it, it fails.

You cannot argue with the scalability of PCs, but there is a certain grace when it comes to Apple products. If you are willing to pay more, you can enjoy a great line of products which are interconnected and built to work together.
PC_Specialist_Vanquish_HD-660[1]Whenever I need a computer, I always look at all the options for months.

For some reason I always find a PC, or a Windows-based laptop that satisfies my needs. Of course, I’m very good with computers, therefore my options are not limited by my knowledge. Believe me, you come pretend that you know everything, if you don’t. If you don’t choose an Apple product, saying that you can customise your PC any time, but you really can’t; you will pay the difference between a PC and Macintosh in muffins to your IT friend.

So you might as well pay for Apple to give you free support.

I always spend a painfully long period with browsing for different machines, because once I made the decision, it will be for life, or at least for the next 2 to 3 years.
Best_tablets[1]There is one thing that people often look over: there might not be one product that satisfies all your needs, but you can think of using two or maybe three.

This way, there is a great chance that you can save money and get the equipment you just need.

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About the Author: Chris Kovacs

Technical Consultant, Traveller, Filmmaker & Photographer
Much like most people, I like to be all sorts of things.

P.S.: some of articles are edited and co-written by a mysterious person called Tatjana. But I take all the credit.

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