I’ve been building PCs for over 20 years, and my daytime workplace builds several PCs a day, most of them in the $2-3K range. Whilst customers are free to pick any components to make up their own custom-spec PC, we’ve long-ago settled on only one brand for the power supply units we use in our systems.
Came across a new case today from Lian-Li (an upper-scale maker of PC cases shaped like yachts, trains, and marine life) – this one was under $100, which is surprisingly-far below their usual price range.
I’m not an Apple fanboi, but I do appreciate that Apple has brought some better design influence to the otherwise price-fixated PC market.
Today, my daytime workplace got a shipment of Matias Mac keyboards in all the colours of the iPhone rainbow – read on if Macs are something you work on daily.