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Business desktops are computers engineered to meet the requirements of stable, daily usage in thousands of enterprise environments. These kinds of machines typically fall into one of two types. The first are no-frills machines designed for ease of deployment by large IT departments. The second types are workstations, designed for high-end computing.
Mainstream desktops are designed to run most basic applications. They can typically handle tasks that don't require the latest and greatest hardware, like word processing, browsing the web, watching online videos, playing Flash games, chatting and sending email, and more.
Performance desktops are mainstream desktops with a lot more technology bells and whistles. These computers have powerful CPUs and low to midrange discrete graphics cards, with lots of RAM and big hard drives. Many include Blu-ray players and burners. They also cost more than mainstream desktops.
Gaming desktop computers may feature multiple CPUs and separate graphics chips and even multiple high-end graphics cards. Although more expensive, these desktops generally deliver very high build quality as well as a lot of added features, like high-end wireless keyboards and mice, and better mouse pads.
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