Benefits of an Ex-Government PC over a consumer grade PC.
Computer manufacturers split up their product categories into two distinct lines: business grade and consumer grade. Consumer grade PC’s are designed to be cheap to manufacture and as such are made from cheaper materials. Business grade PC’s are designed to be used 8 hours a day, 5 days a week and are built to last longer than consumer grade PC’s. Here at Australian Computer Traders we sell ex-government business grade computers which are of the highest quality and reliability.
Commercial grade computers are made from metal alloys, aluminium and other hard wearing materials that give a level of durability that a consumer PC cannot match.
Most business grade LCD’s have a matte-finish that does not reflect glare like glossy monitors do. This provides a better viewing experiencing and improved visibility in sunlight.
Commercial grade computers generally use a 7200 rpm drive over a 5400rpm drive which results in faster boot times, quicker file transfers and application performance.
Many enterprise grade models feature a spill-proof keyboard which is resistant against everyday wear.
Fingerprint authentication adds and an extra layer of security to your device, preventing unauthorised access.
Let’s face it, many people are frustrated with the direction Microsoft has taken with Windows 8 & 10. The majority of ex-government PC’s have Windows 7 Professional, the most stable operating system microsoft has released to date. The professional version of Windows 7 has the ability to join a domain network, something which you won’t find on a consumer PC with Windows Home edition.
Business grade computers are designed with upgradability in mind with easy access to RAM slots and hard drive bays.