Yesterday we spent about three hours trying to convince our customers that the new computers are simply not equipped with all the things that most computers need a PC. We tried to convince him that a fully functional computer is one that is customized hardware and accessories specially selected software - the computer and bought the shop does not come with these things. Unfortunately, all of our convincing was to our success. Our client insisted that we must never needed more than what came with the package and we were just trying "bilk" more money on him.

Since the consultants, it is our job and make sure that our customers 100% satisfied when they walk out of our offices. But our job is unnecessarily made harder when people do not take the time to learn computer accessories and familiarize yourself with the restrictions on store-bought computer. We hope that by the time you read this article, you must understand the lesson that we try to teach our clients: "What comes out of the box is really just a starter kit."
The typical computer package comes with a CPU unit, keyboard, mouse and speakers. May be fine for some, but most people need more, especially in contemporary society "connected". Today's users require full multimedia capabilities, a wide range of graphics tools, and homeowners now enjoy the various laptops.

These extras are not included in "what comes out of the box" and the only way to get them is to accessorize.
To illustrate the importance of accessorizing, we like to use "plain dough" analogy. It is said that the computer is brand new batch of plain dough - waiting to be seasoned and baked into something useful. If we use this dough to make a delicious batch of chocolate chip cookies, you should "accessorize" this dough with chocolate chips and some brown sugar. If you want to use this dough in a warm sesame seed bread for bread, on the other we need to "accessorize" the yeast paste and sesame seeds.

Like "plain dough", a brand new computer is not very useful in itself. It needs accessorizing.

According to what is necessary, accessories should not be expensive. In fact, you just pay a minimum amount of additional software and hardware if these accessories are children. It's when these accessories work requirements or when they are needed to produce quality work for other reasons, they can become very expensive. And this expense applies to microphones, digital cameras, PDAs, scanners, video cameras and more.

Regardless of cost, it is important to understand that accessories can become a "necessity" and that the best time to do this is to buy a new computer. Waiting too long to accessorize can cause more problems than necessary because while you wait, the producers of continuous development of new technologies - technologies that your computer is unable to meet the future. When you're ready to accessorize, the new products on the market too far in the computer and just will not work. This is a typical problem experienced by those who want to use the equipment is designed for Windows Vista, Windows XP or Windows 7.

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