Protein Article Research

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Checkpoint Computer Comparison
Samantha Lorance
CIS/105
May 24th, 2013
Jake Hornsby

Check Point Computer Comparison

When most people imagine computers, they do not see what makes up the computer system.

Most state-of-the-art systems have the same components as a personal

computer to meet any requirements you may have. Although state-of-the-art computers offer

a larger memory and storage capabilities, my personal computer offers some of the same

components and had quite a hefty price tag on it for these particular bonus features. I purchased my Apple Mac OSX specifically for school. My mother thought I was insane for

spending as much as I did, but it was the best available for what I needed. It is a compact

Computer with the built in processor, wireless keyboard and mouse, 2.7 GHz quad-core Intel

Core i5 processor with 6MB L3 Cache, 1TB hard drive, 8gb of 1600MHz DDR3 memory, 21.5

Inch screen LED backlit display with ips technology. ("Apple - os," 2013)

Despite what you would think, as an online student, the lack of mass storage and how my

computer looks is not important to me. I want to have a computer that offers the necessary

capabilities and allows me the opportunity to receive an education. A new state-of-the-art system can also allow a user the same portability as a personal computer, but with a higher price tag. A new state-of-the-art computer system has Intel Core Dual P8400 Processor that operates at a speed of 2260 MHZ or more. State-of-the-art computers have massive amounts of storage for videos, photos, and music. Many of the new systems come in a variety of unique colors and textures to appeal to today’s consumers. Most of the larger systems are fast performers but lack in power and battery life. This is why I chose a stay at home desktop. I have been through…...

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