This article will discuss how to find legitimate reviews of multimedia computers.
The first thing to note when you are reading a review is the credibility and reliability of the person writing the assessment. You might encounter evaluations that might seem to be too enthusiastic about the item. Then, you find out that the person who wrote it was a salesperson for the said product. This is then immediately a biased review, which is not a good basis for your decision in buying a computer. Another possibility is that you might come across other reviews that say nothing but negative criticism about the said multimedia computer. Now it could be because they purchased a second-hand computer that might be problematic in the first place, that is why they are so negative about the item. Or they could be having fun attacking just about anything that they stumble upon. The best word to take into account would be the word of the actual editor of the website and people who in fact bought the product and were just giving their opinions about it. And if the reviews on the websites still do not convince you, resort to your friends' actual testimonials.
ComputerShopper.com is one of the websites reflected by Google. It gives the latest reviews of the newest computers in the market, written by the editor himself. It's a great website because it also offers a buying guide, where they help you in finding the model that perfectly fits your needs. For example, a laptop differs greatly according to price, size, portability, power, speed, etc. They have a full list of which education computer fits best with what you want. They also categorized each computer according to its use, whether it's for business, gaming, entertainment, or just for you to have a creative computer. In each category, they enumerated computer brands and versions for users to easily identify, which one they want.
The same website gives a rating for each of the computers. They give short lists of the pros and cons, along with the editor's concise evaluation of the product. They also wrote the key specs of the computer like the processor, memory, storage, optical drive, screen, graphics, weight, dimensions and operating systems. This would be a good source of information for you to compare computers.
PCmag.com and Cnet.com do not differ much with the first website, though in these, they have more specific categories that you can choose from like what brand, price range, computer type and screen size. Crev.com, on the other hand, gives a list of merchants who sell the product along with their respective selling prices. This will be the perfect site to check on which website offers the lowest computer price.
Basically, you just have to read from these websites to know more about the multimedia computer that you are planning to buy. Make sure that you check on important details like robustness, battery life, speed, power, and other specs of the computer that will fulfill what you desire for a your personal computer.