Which PC Is Best For You?

We offer three main specifications of computers which all offer differing performance and price levels, but which one is best for your needs?

We have put together this brief overview of the different series with links to longer descriptions to help guide you to the most suitable option.

The Pro Series

Designed to be a cost effective way to achieve a multi-screen system, these computers are good for people who primarily use their PCs to perform standard tasks such as Word Processing, Emailing, and Internet Browsing.

For traders they are good machines for displaying charts.

They offer solid performance at a low price point and use the 7th generation Intel Kaby Lake chips.

Read more about the Pro PC Series

The Ultra Series

Moving up in specification the Ultra series is a slightly more premium option than the Pro PCs.

Using the very latest Intel 8th generation Coffee Lake (2017) CPUs they can be configured in a variety of price and performance points to meet pretty much any need.

For multi-tasking users these are highly capable machines.

Read more about the Ultra PC Series

The Extreme Series

These PCs use the new 2017 Skylake X CPUs and offer great performance across all types of applications and uses. They are upgradable to Ten Core systems with up to 64GB of DDR4 RAM meaning they can be configured to handle anything you could ever throw at them.

A great option for extreme power users.

Read more about the Extreme PC Series

The Trader PC

The first computer we have ever offered dedicated to just one type of customer, the Trader. These PCs are similar to the Ultra PC however they start at a higher specification and offer fewer customisation options.

Perfect for the Trader who wants a PC designed specifically for trading use but isnt an expert in computer components.

Read more about the Trader PC

Further Reading

We have also put together the following articles on our PC systems which you may find useful:

I hope you can find out the best system for your requirements however if you do have any further questions simply get in touch with us and we will gladly help you with further information and advice.

Written by Darren @ Multiple Monitors

Last Updated: January, 2017