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Let's face it: we’re living in the age of the computer. From big business to everyday social interactions, these “calculating machines” have evolved into tools and solutions for every conceivable human activity. From kids to seniors, casual users to business owners, everyone can benefit from owning a computer.
And whether you’ve been living digitally all your life or you’re new to the world of megabytes and gigabytes, RAM and CPUs, chances are you’ve had to familiarize yourself with the myriad selections involved in buying a new computer. Desktop or laptop? iOS vs. Windows? The choices can be dizzying.
Luckily, B&H can take all the guesswork off your hands. Just tell our trained sales professionals your needs, and we’ll make custom recommendations to suit your specifications and budget. If you’re just looking, that’s ok too; we don’t work on commission, and our experts are only too happy to share knowledge for its own sake. B&H will never pressure you into making a purchase you don’t need or truly desire.
Whether you plan on using your computer for basic tasks like checking emails, surfing the web or word processing, or more exacting endeavors like gaming, video editing, graphic design or running a business, we’ll quickly locate the best, most affordable options for you. And if you’ve dreamt up a computer configuration that doesn’t exist on the shelf, B&H can also build a custom workstation to precisely meet your requirements.
On any given day, B&H has as many as 1200+ different types of computers for sale, not to mention computer accessories, parts and peripherals like monitors, mice, keyboards, power cords, webcams and more. We also have an entire Used Department specializing in open box computer deals, like-new returns and refurbished computers that can save you a bundle.
Want to hone up on the newest computer tech? Browse the latest computer news, tips and reviews by category or in-depth on our Explora blog… or just “window shop” — you’re always welcome!