|QUOTE (Antagonista @ Tuesday, Jul 9 2013, 07:47)|
| Is the Nexus 4 a good phone? I'm thinking of getting it as a temporary phone.|
Looking to get the Galaxy S4
The screen is great, it's a nicely sized phone which a processor as powerful as the S4 (Pretty close anyway) and it's a bargain for what it is, As a temporary phone it seems like overkill though because you could easily use the Nexus as a replacement for an S4. The main downside is battery life which is a little crummier than the S4.
| I need some advice. I have $875 saved for a desktop which i'm planning to use as a gaming rig. I'm not comfortable with building a pc from scratch yet as this is my first desktop. I would also like to note that i have swapped ram and adaptors out before. With that out of the way, i want to buy a desktop that could play any pc game that came out last year/early this year but the graphics do not have to be at maximum. Is there any desktop that you guys would recommend to get? |
I would recommend you don't buy a desktop and build it yourself, it's not very hard at all, it's like putting together lego, and for $875 you could build one that lasts the next two years playing games at high. If you really really don't want to build it yourself, find a local tech store that will do it for you, i've heard in the US you can have someone put a PC together for you and sometimes even install windows for 50-100 bucks, which is still a better deal than what you get with a pre-built desktop.
So go find a PC shop and ask them about it, you order the parts, then take them all in with them, we can give you a list of parts from newegg to order if you're unsure about it.