Zt Systems previously sold desktop and laptop computers to consumers but they have since refocused their efforts solely into the computer server and storage business. So what if you happen to have an older desktop PC and need to get some support for the products? Find out what they offer in my profile of their support offerings.
Included in the profile I list the various avenues that users have for support, tips and advice. In addition, I'm posting a survey below and in the profile asking users for their opinion of Zt Systems. If you have used their support and would like to let others know of their experiences for better or worse, please feel free to share your experience.
How would you rate Zt Systems' support?
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One of the easiest ways to boost the performance of a PC these days is to add a solid state drive. This simple addition provides a system that boots up and loads programs faster. They are becoming increasingly common for laptop computers yet many desktops still do not use them. iBUYPOWER has surprisingly added one to a relatively low cost desktop system that is priced around $800. Does this addition make a tangible difference or does the cost of using it reduce other features that may deter buyers? Find out in my review of the iBUYPOWER A10-7700K-2 retail desktop PC.