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Multi-Display Computers

I want to share with you a few reasons that multi-display computers have led to an increase in my performance.  Multi-tasking is what separates a good productive worker from a great productive work and if you’re not using a multi-display computer than you are truly missing out on an opportunity to improve your work habits, productivity and more.

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So the real question is, are you ready to buy a multiple monitor capable computer?  Follow my advice I will help you pick the absolute best computer for your situation.  This includes helping you decide how many monitors you’re going to need, how many video cards to buy, the amount of ram and the processor you’re going to need.

The first question you should ask yourself is, what are you going to be using this for and how many applications will you be running.  I recommend absolutely no more than 2 applications per 1 monitor (although ideal is 1 application per monitor.)

Other minimums that you should consider:  at least 1 terabyte of storage and 8 gigabytes of RAM.  Combine these components with Windows 7 and you’ll be all set.  Your new system will be able to run practically any application with ease and without any lag.  You’ll also be prepared to upgrade at any time.

This is an ideal time to buy too.    We’ve hit a short term plateau that will result in lower prices for the time being and allow you to get the system of your dream for less than you expected to spend.  Don’t be afraid to jump in and get what you’ve always wanted.  The time is now.

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