|Type||Processor||RAM||HDD||Rent Rs / PerMonth|
|Desktop with Tft 16″||P4||1 Gb||80Gb||1000*|
|Desktop with Tft 17″||Dual Core||1 Gb||80 Gb||1450*|
|Desktop with Tft 17″||CoreI5||4Gb||500Gb||3200*|
|Desktop with Tft 19″||Core I3||16Gb||500 gb||2950*|
|Lenova/Acer Laptop||Core I3||2Gb||200 Gb||2200*|
|Hp Dl120 G6 Rack server||XeonQuad core||2gb||250Gb||6000*|
|Ibm Server 3200 M3||Xeon Quad Core||2gb||250Gb||4000*|
|Ups 600va||10-12 min||225*|
Buy Vs Rent
- The initial outlay for needed equipment may be too much. Your business may have to tie up lines of credit or cough up a hefty sum to acquire the equipment it needs. Those lines of credit and funds could be used elsewhere for marketing, advertising or other functions that can help grow your business.
- Eventually, you’re stuck with outdated equipment. Computer technology becomes outdated quickly. A growing small business may need to refresh its technology in some areas every 18 months. That means you’re eventually stuck with outdated equipment that you must donate, sell or recycle.