New Computers Will Boost Profits. What Are You Waiting for?

Three Reasons to Switch to New PCs

  • New PCs come in a range of shapes and sizes.

  • New PCs easily integrate with your current setup.

  • New PCs can help increase productivity and security.

  • Find a new computer that fits your needs.


Continuing to use older computers can have an enormously negative impact on your business finances. Maintenance costs, security vulnerabilities, and productivity losses all add up to dangerously bad news for your bottom line.

An old PC could mean up to $17,000 a year in productivity costs.1 A recent study estimates that old computers make employees 29 percent less productive on those machines.

We know you're probably working with a tight budget and that you hit a new expense at every turn. But the performance and productivity enhancements you'll get from computers with the latest Intel® Core™ processors with Intel® Optane™ memory make new PCs an investment that immensely improves your long-term profitability.2

There's no better time to upgrade if your firm is migrating to Windows* 10 Pro, as you can expect further savings when you pair new hardware with the new OS.

Stop asking if you can afford a PC upgrade and focus on the real question: How much longer can you let older PCs cost your business?

Small business owners are remarkably inventive and imaginative when it comes to doing more with less. But there are times when ingenuity can bring unexpected costs, when that nifty hack is really a hack against your own bottom line. Making do with outdated computers is an excellent illustration of how small business owners can pay a price for being too frugal.

Why Upgrade Now

Just ask A.V. Sindhar, who runs a consulting firm in Silicon Valley. His computer is the command center for his entire business—an essential tool for everything from creating slides for new business pitches to making invoices and bookkeeping. Sindhar discovered early on that keeping critical technology current was key to building a successful business.

“I wanted to keep my launch costs down, so I tried to get by with a four-year-old laptop,” recalled Sindhar. “That was a mistake.”

After a couple of weeks of suffering slow boot times in front of potential clients and precious hours squandered trying to get his machine to run properly, Sindhar invested in a new computer. “I realized I was actually wasting money trying to save money. ‘Time is money’ is a cliché, but it’s true—it's especially true in the early days of a business,” Sindhar said.

Sindhar might be shocked to discover just how costly an outdated PC can be. It's estimated that up to one week a year is wasted on frustrating tasks like restarting the machine, reloading software, and waiting for IT consultants to call you back. Measured in money, an old PC could cost up to $17,000 a year in productivity costs.1

There are other costs to keeping old computers in service. The digital age has also ushered in a fierce competition for talent. The best employees—the ones who can make a difference between success and failure for a small business—don't want to work on older computers. It's not only millennials who expect current technology to do their jobs; the talent a small business owner needs to win requires computers that are high performing, mobile, simple to use, and durable.

I wanted to keep my launch costs down, so I tried to get by with a four-year-old laptop. That was a mistake.”

—A.V. Sindhar, small business owner

Better for Business

The latest Intel® Core™ processors feature a new generation of laptops and 2 in 1s that offer mobility without compromising performance. You and your employees can work fast and smart. These improvements are bolstered when your organization migrates to Windows* 10 Pro on the latest hardware.

Add the latest Intel® Core™ processors with Intel® Optane™ memory and you have a superior tool for business applications. Everyday tasks are smooth with the latest Intel® Core™ processors with Intel® Optane™ memory, a smart, adaptable system accelerator.

Computers with Thunderbolt™ 3 ports can enjoy transfer times that are faster3 than with traditional USB ports. “Delivering the most advanced, efficient, and versatile input/output solution available, Thunderbolt™ 3 port helps business users get the most out of the latest thin and light notebooks and 2 in 1s,” said Jason Ziller, general manager of Intel's Client Connectivity Division. With the latest computers, small business owners can apply their creativity and resourcefulness to what matters most: Getting great ideas to market before the competition and delighting customers with the best products and services.

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제품 및 성능 정보


2018년 J.Gold Associates, LLC.,에서 인텔의 의뢰를 받아 16개 국가, 3297명의 소규모 비즈니스 응답자를 대상으로 오래된 PC를 배포하는 데 따르는 어려움과 비용을 평가한 웹 기반 조사에 근거합니다. 설문 응답자들은 5년 이상 된 PC를 사용할 경우 직원 생산성이 29% 감소하는 것으로 추산했으며, 평균 연봉을 US$60,000로 가정했을 때 손실되는 생산성 비용은 US$17,000에 달합니다. 이 통계와 보고서 전문을 확인하려면 여기를 방문하십시오.


2018년 J.Gold Associates에서 인텔의 의뢰를 받아 16개 국가, 3297명의 소규모 비즈니스 응답자를 대상으로 오래된 PC를 배포하는 데 따르는 어려움과 비용을 평가한 웹 기반 조사에 근거합니다. 이 통계는 생산성 손실을 보상하기 위해 필요한 추가 인력의 수에 대해 응답자가 추정한 수치를 근거로 합니다. 이 통계와 보고서 전문을 확인하려면 여기를 방문하십시오.


THUNDERBOLT™ 3 포트를 장착한 모든 데스크탑 및 모바일 설계용, Thunderbolt™ 3포트로 대용량 파일, 이미지 및 비디오의 이동 속도가 기존 USB 3.0 대비 최대 8배 향상.

eSATA, USB 및 IEEE 1394 FireWire* 등의 다른 PC I/O 연결 기술과 비교 시. 성능은 하드웨어 및 소프트웨어 구성에 따라 달라집니다. Thunderbolt™ 지원 기기를 사용해야 합니다. 자세한 내용은을 방문하십시오.