Consumer Reports Home Computer Buying Guide 2002

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Consumer Reports Books, Oct 1, 2001 - Computers - 256 pages
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Whether you're looking to purchase a new computer or upgrade your current system, this book can help you make the right choice for your needs and budget. From printers to PDAs, monitors to modems, get the most for your money -- and make the most of the equipment you buy. The Home Computer Buying Guide 2002 gives you the expert information you need on how to set up a trouble-free computer network, and choosing the best software for all your home office, family and computing needs. You'll discover how to troubleshoot your problems and how to make the most of all the new, easy-to-use digital equipment. Plus there's a special reference section that includes our valuable Ratings, a manufacturers' directory and a comprehensive glossary of computer terms.

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Consumer Reports is located in Yonkers, NY and for more than 70 years has tested and reported on products of every form, size and shape, including consumer electronics, autos, appliances, baby products, and health and financial services. Consumer Reports is trusted for its expert unbiased testing and reporting, and for the fact that it does not take advertising and is beholden to no commercial interest.

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