I'm a big fan of fast, high-end computers. It's amazing the newest technology that's available, and what it can do for video editing and photo editing, not to mention gaming.
For most people, though, a $1,000 rig is too expensive and, honestly, overkill for browsing the Internet and posting on Facebook. In fact, I get emails daily from listeners asking for recommendations on good computers that cost as little as possible. So, I keep a sharp lookout for systems that fit the bill.
I've written before about computers you can get for less than $100, but most of those are DIY systems like the Raspberry Pi or iffy used systems with old software. It would be nicer to have something pre-built that was reliable.
Enter a computer called the Symple PC, which costs just $89. Why is it so inexpensive? Is it any good? Read on to find out.