I'm looking for a new PC and on reading the various Top 10 lists wondered why some of the well-known manufacturers, for example Dell, do not appear. Are they not considered, are they inferior technically, simply poor value or is there an editorial reason for their exclusion?
Dell have no need to be in a computer magazines top 10, their review and recommendation would be most public organizations like the NHS,Doctors surgeries and the like.On the home front, the machines are slightly different but quality control is still tops.I would mention that a review on a Dell printer would achieve very little, they are all re-badged from other well known manufacturers like Lexmark.
If you get a configuration/parts list of a dell computer your interested in and find a similar spec PC in the top 10 list, you could compare it that way. Components are components so two similar spec computers should perform very much the same way. Its a crude way of comparing but I think thats the only way.
maybe someone else has an idea.
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