Cut your capital costs by using rented PCs
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BY webmaster
11 years ago
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Starting or scaling up a business establishment almost always involves upgrading your existing IT infrastructure. This normally takes its toll on capital resources. Even if you finance your IT purchases it would involve some amount of down payment and you will inevitably have to channel a reasonable amount of your capital towards IT infrastructure purchases. Valuable capital that could otherwise have been used for increasing the working capital to meet the requirements for the growth. There is a simple way out of this capital deadlock - go for rented PCs when you are aiming at rapid growth.

If you are starting a new company or you are scaling up your existing company then renting PC's have several advantages over buying new PCs.

  • No Upfront Costs: There are no upfront costs when you are renting PCs
  • No Depreciation: You don't have to worry about depreciation of your IT assets
  • Automatic Upgradation: We give automatic upgradation of your systems every two years
  • Authentic Software: All the systems we rent out come with registered copies of Windows XP
  • No worries about service: Free service is covered under the rental agreement. So you dont have to pay for hardware service
  • Lifetime Warranty: You don't have to worry about system maintenance at all as all the rental systems are completely covered under our rental warranty agreement.

If you are interested in renting systems from us do get in touch with us using the contact us page or you can drop by our office at 3/118 Kesavadasapuram, Pattom P.O., Trivandrum.


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on 25th May 2007 / by webmaster
A new computer could cost anywhere from Rs. 13500/- where as you could get a reasonably good used computer in the range of Rs. 4000 to Rs. 7000 depending on the age and the configuration of the system. The obvious attractiveness in the option of buying a used computer is the price. Buying a certified used system is an excellent way to familiarize you and your family to the exciting world of computers and internet at perhaps 1/3 the cost of a new system. If you are buying a computer solely for gaming purposes you should perhaps stop reading any further and go for a brand new computer. Most the new games in the market require not just the latest technologies but also the higher end versions of the same. If however you are looking to buy a computer for introducing you or your kids to programming, or to explore the internet or simply to watch movies, a used computer could meet your needs. There are however several aspects the customer needs to verify before buying a used computer. A full scandisk has to be run on all the drives to ensure that there are not too many bad sectors. A few bad sectors shouldn't be a big worry. Try a CDROM and/or DVDROM in the drive to check that the drives are functioning properly. Run a memory test using the Ubuntu memory test feature. Boot using the Ubuntu CD and select the memory test option. Make sure that the connectivity devices are working correctly - network card and/or modem. Try connecting to the net and verify. Verify that all the addon cards are working fine - check sound and video. Ensure that the monitor does not display unusual symptoms after keeping on for a couple of hours. Ensure that the internals - processor, motherboard, smps - does not create any problems after being kept on for a few hours. The prices of the used computers vary based on the Processor, Motherboard, Hard Disk, RAM, other components and accessories. If you would like to buy a used computer visit our store at 3/118 Kesavadasapuram, Pattom P. O., Trivandrum, Phone - 0471-4063818 and we will be able to sell you used computers that have gone through the 7 point checklist mentioned above. If you have a used computer you wish to sell bring it over, we will inspect it and give you a fair price. Computers Hardware Leave a reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marker * Anonymous (not verified) access_time 19 Feb 2019 - 03:12 I want to buy a used computer. But i am in chennai. How can i buy? Please mail to me. Thanks in advance. webmaster access_time 19 Feb 2019 - 03:12 In reply to I want to buy a used Computer by Anonymous (not verified) The easiest way to get hold of a used computer is from your friends. If any of your friends are planning to buy new PCs then you can get hold of their old computer. Both of you will get a good bargain out of the deal as you are taking the middleman out of the deal. If you can't find anybody who is planning to upgrade then your best bet would be your local computer store or craigslist. Had you been in Trivandrum we could have arranged a used PC for you :) Add new comment
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on 12th August 2007 / by webmaster
One of the strange types of complaints we receive from our customers is "The system was working fine till yesterday, I had shut down the system and it is not booting now". Strange as it may sound the common feature of these support requests included burnt motherboards, non-functional PCI Card slots and sometimes burnt Ethernet cards. One common factor in such cases was that these customers had Asianet Dataline as their internet service. Asianet's cable line is prone to power surges that could burn your modem, ethernet card and if you are unlucky motherboard, processor and even monitor. The possible reason for this is that they depend a lot on KSEB transmission posts to support their cable infrastructure and they do not have surge protection devices at the customer side of the cables. Whatever be the reason there is a risk of power surges damaging the computer connected through Asianet Dataline. Asianet themselves confirm this issue by specifically requesting users to not connect through the USB or on-board ethernet card and instead use a PCI ethernet card to connect. Following are some precautionary steps you should be taking to protect your PC if you are an Asianet Dataline subscriber Always connect to Asianet Dataline using a PCI Ethernet card. Spending an additional 200-300 bucks is worth it. DONOT connect to Asianet Dataline using the USB port DONOT connect to Asianet Dataline using the onboard ethernet card (built-in network card) Physically disconnect your Asianet Dataline cable from the modem when you are not using internet. Physically disconnect your Asianet Dataline cable from the modem when there is rain and/or thunder and/or lightning Computers Hardware Networking Leave a reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marker *
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on 15th September 2007 / by webmaster
Intel has been announcing massive price slashes for its processors and motherboards since January 2007. In spite of this AMD based systems still maintain a comfortable lead over the Intel based systems. The price difference used to be around Rs. 3,000 around a year back but it has fallen drastically during the last one year. An AMD Sempron based system can be bought for around Rs. 13,500 while an Athlon X2 costs around Rs. 14,600. The Intel counterparts Dual Core and Core 2 Duo based systems costs around Rs. 15,500 and Rs. 18,500 respectively. AMD Athlon X2 Based System AMD X2 4000 Processor Motherboard 512MB DDR II Ram 80 GB SATA Sony CD Combo Drive Keyboard Optical Mouse 15" CRT Monitor Speaker ATX Cabinet Total Amount - Rs. 14,650.00 (inclusive of taxes) AMD Sempron Based System AMD Sempron 3400+ Processor Motherboard 512MB DDR II Ram 80 GB SATA Sony CD Combo Drive Keyboard Optical Mouse 15" CRT Monitor Speaker ATX Cabinet Total Amount - Rs. 13,400.00 (inclusive of taxes) Intel Dual Core Based System Dual Core E2140 1.6 Ghz Processor Intel 945GCNL Mother Board 512MB DDR II Ram 80 GB SATA Sony CD Combo Drive Keyboard Optical Mouse 15" CRT Monitor Speaker ATX Cabinet Total Amount - Rs. 15,500.00 (inclusive of taxes) Intel Core 2 Duo Based System Intel Core 2Duo E4400 Processor Intel 945 GCNL Mother Board 512MB DDR II Ram 80 GB SATA Sony DVD Writer Keyboard Optical Mouse 15" CRT Monitor Speaker ATX Cabinet Total Amount - Rs. 18550.00 (inclusive of taxes) Common Peripherals and Upgrades Above Systems with 160GB HDD - Rs 300.00 Extra Above Systems with 1GB DDR II Ram - Rs 800.00 Extra Above Systems with 15" Samsung TFT Monitor - Rs 4625.00 Extra Above Systems with 17" Samsung TFT Monitor - Rs 5800.00 Extra For further information you can call us at 0471-4063818 or visit our store at Kesavadasapuram, Trivandrum. You may also send us a line using the Contact Us page. Computers Hardware Leave a reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marker * Pradipta (not verified) access_time 19 Feb 2019 - 03:12 I wish to know the price of HP pavilion 6610 . Please send me the price . regards Pradipta seban (not verified) access_time 19 Feb 2019 - 03:12 intel core2Duo+dvd dual layer+17"tft+160gb hdd+Lan+Speaker System=? lean sigma (not verified) access_time 19 Feb 2019 - 03:12 very very attractive post. really awesome. what a meaningful efforts here.thanks for sharing all. Add new comment
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vinod (not verified)
access_time 19 Feb 2019 - 03:12

sir,
I am looking for 3 Pcs for rent with above 2GHz speed.minimum 128MB ram,40 GB HD, Cd rom,Ups.
Give me the details of rent and other.
Vinod Trivandrum


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Vinod,
Please send us your phone number or call our office
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