- Intel Core i5 9th Gen 9400 2.90GHz (4.10GHz Turbo) Intel UHD Graphics 630 8GB DDR4 240GB SSD + 1TB HDD DVD+/-RW Windows 10 Pro 64-bit USB Keyboard & Mouse
- Customized Lenovo ThinkPad T590 Notebook 15.6" IPS FHD Display Intel Core i5-8265U 1.60 - 3.9GHz 16GB DDR4 RAM Upgraded 256GB NVMe SSD HDMI, Thunderbolt LAN, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth Windows 10 Pro
- Intel Core i5 1.60 GHz 8 GB Memory UHD Graphics 620 Touchscreen 1920 x 1080 Windows 10 Pro
- Intel Core i7 10th Gen 10510U (1.80 GHz)
- 16 GB DDR4
- 512 GB PCIe SSD
- Windows 10 Pro 64-bit
- No Screen
- Intel UHD Graphics
- Intel Core i5 10th Gen 10210U (1.60 GHz)
- 8 GB Memory 512 GB NVMe SSD
- NVIDIA GeForce MX330
- 1920 x 1080
- Windows 10 Pro 64-bit
- Customized Lenovo ThinkPad T590 Notebook 15.6" IPS FHD Display Intel Core i5-8265U 1.60 - 3.9GHz 16GB DDR4 RAM Upgraded 512GB NVMe SSD HDMI, Thunderbolt LAN, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth Windows 10 Pro
Computer Buying Tips
Purchasing a new business computer for your organization can be a tough decision, as there are many different types of computers available and they all have their strengths and weaknesses. NeweggBusiness is here to help you choose the most cost-effective type of computer to buy, especially when new hardware can take up a significant portion of your organization’s budget.
The first thing you should factor into your decision is how the computer will be used. Will it be used for general office administration or for more specialized tasks? If it is going to being used for general office administration, you are not going to need expensive top-of-the-line hardware. Specialized tasks though, may require more processing power, memory, and perhaps even a graphics accelerator.
Another consideration is the amount of mobility required. Will your organization need to purchase a portable office computer because it will be moved a lot? If so, laptops and tablets are much more suitable than desktops for those tasks.And when comparing business laptops and tablets, both excel at being mobile but tablets have a slight edge over laptops when it comes to lightweight mobility and touch screen interfaces.
Types of Computers
Keeping function and mobility in mind, you should be able to determine which of the following types of computers best fit your organization:
Most desktops can do general office tasks easily but the more powerful ones can also be used to code, program, or handle other CPU intensive jobs.
When comparing a laptop and a desktop of equal performance, the laptop will usually be more expensive. Another benefit to purchasing desktops is that they are usually cheaper and easier to repair compared to laptops.
If your organization requires mobile PCs that will be used for word processing, accounting, Web design, and similar jobs, laptops are a very good choice. While tablets are just as mobile as laptops, tasks such as word processing, accounting, and Web design may require extra accessories such as keyboards.
Tablets typically do not have the processing power of most laptops and desktops, so they usually are not primary computers. But they are excellent for tasks that demand portability and comfortable ergonomics. For instance, they are excellent for point-of-sale, shipping management, invoicing, and document signature tasks, just to name a few.
Armed with that information, we are confident that you will choose the right type of computer for your organization. A business computer, office notebook, and tablet each have their own advantages and disadvantages, so we recommend that you first consider your organization’s needs and from there determine which one will best fit the tasks.