Most computer stores are selling manufacturers branded products, not heri own so it could be easy to think that they are all the same. Granted, the products themselves will likely be exactly the same, in which case you kind of have to look at yourself and your values. What do you favour more? Price, service, or a mixture of the two? Ultimately, that is what it boils down to when push comes to shove;
A top-notch computer store should offer you the best of the best, or budget stuff, if needed
This covers top-of-the-line Mac desktops, PCs, and even laptops. Furthermore, the cost of the things should be proportional to the benefit you would gain from them. Think cautiously if you come across a computer store with unusually low or high prices in relation to the ‘normal’ prices, you might find that the products are second hand, factory seconds or, have some kind of fault.
On the other hand, high prices should mean that you get something rather special, on top of your tech kit, be sure to ask. If the computer store provides repair services, such services should be of high quality and worth to the customers. Finally, exceptional customer service displays high-quality offerings, which are essential for maintaining client loyalty.
Is there knowledge as good as their products?
There’s no denying that Thailand has some massive computer shops that operate nationwide and require qualifications in order to get a position on their teams. However, that doesn’t always mean that the person you are speaking with understands or knows the difference between a full PCIE motherboard slot as opposed to an NVMe M.2 slot, or what they do.
Granted, there is a lot of ‘general knowledge’ for anybody to get their head around within the tech market, however, the firms that offer the most buyer confidence are those that have experts on hand who can discuss the ins and outs of any given specialist equipment.
Computer stores are everywhere you look , so you should shop around and speak with a variety of companies first, smaller vendors in particular, may quite an astronomical price whereas, his mate down the road, selling the same stuff will do you a deal which could be something like 50% cheaper.
Keep your wits about you
Chancer’s are everywhere and there is a big market, especially in SEA for hardware that is branded to a higher standard than it actually is. GPUs are a perfect example. They might look the same as one another, in some cases but, you might not know the precise model until you actually plug it in and start messing around.
If you’ve chosen to buy on the second-hand market then you need to be especially on guard because, sometimes, even if you’ve done everything to a tee, there is nothing stopping some people from blatantly ripping you off, and that’s all without the benefit of a warranty to fall back on.