As we count down to the day Windows XP phases out, your old business PCs are quickly becoming obsolete. The good news is that its the best time for a PC upgrade. A Windows 8 upgrade and the latest generation of Intel-powered PCs are smarter and faster ways to do better business.
Holding off on replacing your older business PCs may seem like a cost-saving strategy but constantly supporting your older PCs may end up being more expensive1. See how much you’ll save with this ROI calculator2.
|ROI Calculator||Windows* XP||Windows* 7|
|Estimated annual maintenance cost per PC2||$870||$168|
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PCs have evolved a lot in the last few years. With a new PC powered by the latest Intel® Core processor family performing 3 times faster, you can run multiple applications and create multimedia presentations simultaneously3,4,5,6 on laptops lighter than 1.8 kilograms7. Best of all, the average price for a new computer is only US$200 less than it was 4 years ago8.
No operating system has ever looked and felt like this before. A Windows 8 upgrade will change the way your business uses computers. With better security9, performance levels and touch screen capabilities, Windows 8 lets you run your business faster, safer and smarter.See what else Windows 8 has to offer
The power and performance of Intel processers work in harmony with the new Windows 8 touch experience11. With up to start up speeds almost 4 times faster3,11 and 57% longer battery life3,12, you can boost the productivity of your business with a more powerful processor and more efficient, longer lasting battery.Find an Intel Device that suits your business needs
1. ‘Do You Replace Your Server Or Go To The Cloud? The Answer May Surprise You’, at http://www.forbes.com/sites/quickerbettertech/2013/04/29/do-you-replace-your-server-or-go-to-the-cloud-the-answer-may-surprise-you/
2. ‘When to use cloud platforms vs. dedicated servers’, at http://www.itworld.com/cloud-computing/312635/cloud-or-not-cloud-horizontal-scaling-web-applications
3. ‘Cloud Server vs Dedicated Server’, at http://www.vservercenter.com/dedicated-server
1. No computer system can provide absolute security under all conditions. Built-in security features available on select Intel® processors may require additional software, hardware, services and/or an Internet connection. Results may vary depending upon configuration. Consult your system manufacturer for more details. For more information, see http://security-center.intel.com/