Computer Comparison

I am researching desktop computers. There are several reasons I am interested in
buying a new computer.First of all, the one I currently own is sorely outdated.I need a
faster computer to keep up with my continuing education in computer sciences. It will be
very tedious and hard to further my education in computers with one that is not up to date
with current technology.I also use my computer for various entertainment purposes such
as music, games, and socializing.It is very hard and arduous waiting for my computer to
Some traits I am looking for are the computer's speed, memory, space capacity,
CD-RW and included software. Each one should be up to date and functioning well.The
speed I am looking for is around a 800 MHz to a 1000 MHz processor, preferably a
Pentium III.Currently, this is the best speed available to the public.A computer with
128MB of RAM would be adequate memory for me.I don't use too much space on my
computer, so anything past 10GB worth of space is more than enough for me.Most
computers now come with a CD-RW, a cd burner.Ocassionally they also come with a
DVD drive for multimedia applications, which is a big plus.The included software
should have the most up to date operating system, which currently is Windows ME.Any
other extras that appeal to my personal interests, such as music or games, would also be a
plus. Some packages also come with monitors. I don't particularly need another monitor,
but mine is smaller in comparison to the new ones. It would be nice to have a larger
monitor, but not really necissary.Of course, the final outcome all depends on the price. I
am looking for a computer between the range for $800 to $1200.
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