I am moving to New Zealand in the next few months and have looked with dismay at their standard computer specs. I have started looking at another desktop to ship their but am finding it hard to know what spec to go for. I use the pc for: Music Video - including converting formats Burning reports/ word processing - excel etc... Lots of photoshop/ illustrator digital tv capability - recording tv without pc being out of action.
I'm not a gamer and have looked at Mesh pcs - I know I need a fair bit of Ram seeing as I usually use two or three apps at a time. If anyone has any advice about buying a suitable machine and not wasting money on functions that are for gamers I would be very appreciative. Thanks
Mr Mistoffelees is correct choirgirlcrashin, a laptop will work because it uses an adaptor rated from 110 volts to 240 volts, so a laptop will work no problem but desktops are different, you will need one that can allow you to switch the voltage from 240 v to 110v and not all of them can do that. You know I've typed all that and just realised that I have no idea what voltage they use in New Zealand. If they use 240 volts I've just wasted my time.