Updated: 12/30/2019 by Computer Hope
A prebuilt computer is a personal computer that’s sold to consumers without the need for assembly. The term is used to refer to storebought computers that are not custom-built to meet a user’s needs. Depending on your needs, prebuilt computers may be less expensive than purchasing all components individually, and often more stable because their configuration is professionally tested. Furthermore, most come with a warranty to ensure errors and defective hardware will not cost the user additional money.
Prebuilt computers are a better option for users who don’t have much experience, don’t want to spend the time waiting for parts to arrive, or risk making a mistake during the assembly process.
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