We build all our new desktop computers to order and keep very small stocks of parts in store. This ensures you get the very latest equipment at the keenest possible prices.
We used to give examples of what to expect for your money on this page however we were hopeless at keeping up with how frequently prices and specifications change. We fount a website whose main purpose it to keep up to date with all the latest parts and prices and if you expand any particular build it will list how good any one configuration will be at a range of common and not so common tasks.
The website is called Logical increments but before clicking on a link to it you need to be aware of a couple of things.
- The prices quoted are the cheapest possible for the parts that day and could be from multiple suppliers that could incur individual delivery charges.
- The overall price is for the parts only (which are about the same as our wholsaler's prices) and never includes the cost of a Windows license (costing £130) which is always required to run Windows. Additionally you should expect to pay for building a computer and for its support. Essentially you need to expect to add a total of £200 to £300 to the costs detailed on their site to get a realistic price for a new built computer.
- Occasionally their choice of parts will very from ours which can make a computer cheaper or more expensive. Please only use their site as a guide. For an accurate price please contact us directly.