PC Scout Part II

There are two ways to use Microsoft’s PC Scout service, an interactive tool to help you choose the right PC for you.


There are two ways to use Microsoft’s PC Scout service, an interactive tool to help you choose the right PC for you.

If you’re overwhelmed by the number of PCs in the market, PC Scout asks you a series of questions designed to narrow down the huge range, based on simple questions which will determine how portable you’ll need the device to be, how much you play games, your budget and so on. Once you’ve answered these questions, PC Scout will provide you with a recommendation page, describing what sort of PC will be most suited to your needs, and then you can start perusing the selection.

PC Scout can also act like a tutorial, providing a series of easy to follow guidelines as to the primary, additional and specialty considerations you will need in your machine, and some handy definitions which will empower you as to what actually differentiates the models on the market.

This information might lead you to follow the second way you can use PC Scout, which is going straight to one of the 5 categories listed, and seeing what is on offer within each. Both result’s listings allow you to adjust your results with these sliders.

Once you have had a look at the selections and to make a choice, you can enlarge the ones you are looking at, to have a seriously good look at the aesthetics and the proportions of your potential buy.

Finally, when you’ve narrowed the field right down, PC Scout compares the retail outlets where you can purchase, with a price comparison included.



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