TechSpot's Mid-Level PC Buying Guide

Searching for the perfect PC parts can be a daunting task. But if you are looking for a system that can handle today's applications and games without having to take out a second mortgage, TechSpot's Mid-Level PC Buying Guide is definitely for you.

"Unlike our high-end PC Guide where we are willing to pay for certain premiums, our mid-level buying guide weights both performance and price evenly. We will be giving you the best mix of today's mid-range hardware and include some of the lowest prices on the net for your convenience. Then again mid-range does not mean we will recommend an average mainstream configuration, otherwise we would be better off sending you directly to the deals usually found at Dell or HP websites... if something is to remain constant across our buying guides is that we keep it at a very enthusiast level."

View: TechSpot's Mid-Level PC Buying Guide

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What would you call mid-range then?


The way we have planned guides, we are having our $800 (or sub thousand) low end guide. The mid-level that is in the ~$1600 range and high-end which starts at around $2500+.