Computer Rental Pricing Information

February 22, 2010 by

Desktop Computer Rental PricingThe most frequently asked question in the world of computer rentals is undoubtedly “How much does it cost to rent a computer?” Well, the answer isn’t as simple as many people may think because the cost of your rental depends on 4 distinct variables: time, space, spec and availability.  Computer rental prices vary depending on the length of your rental period, where you need the rental, the specification of the rental and the availability of the rental.

With Rentacomputer.com, your computer rental rates vary depending on how long you want the rental whether it be monthly, weekly or daily. Typically, a Pentium 4 desktop computer will start at approximately $99 per week in most markets for a weekly rental. However, based upon the computer specification, availability and location, prices can be 20% to 40% higher or lower.

Delivery locations could have an impact on cost as well. Getting a delivery to a convention center is naturally going to be more expensive than delivering to a business address. Why is this you may ask? Well, business addresses normally have specific parking areas for delivery trucks as well as easy access to the delivery or installation room. Convention centers, on the other hand, requires a lot of hard work and effort from the rental company and the company receiving the equipment. Making a delivery to a convention center usually takes a lot longer for the delivery man than it would at a business.

We all know that when we go into a store to buy a computer, not all the prices are the same, they vary depending on a lot of factors. The same goes for computer rentals. Most computer rentals consist of an Intel Pentium 4 computer running Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7 or Apple Mac OSX. Standard RAM is generally 2GB with a 6GB or larger hard drive. Higher specifications than that, like a higher graphics card, cost more to rent.

One issue that comes into effect when it comes to computer rentals is the issue of supply and demand. The number of competitors in a given market area as well as total computer rental units can have a huge affect on the supply of a computer rental. The best way to get a computer rental is to have a Tech Travel Agent book your technology rental needs. That way you will have a guarantee that you will always get the equipment you need. By using a Tech Travel Agent you don’t have to rely solely on a single vendor because Tech Travel Agents can get equipment from any retailer in the United States, Canada and Europe.

If your company generally employs temporary employees, then a computer rental is perfect. Why buy a computer for somebody who isn’t going to be working for you long term? A computer rental is also perfect if your company tends to go to different trade shows or conferences. Companies that do this realize that lower costs and no maintenance are a great way to save some money.

Overall, a computer rental is a great way to get high quality computers without having to make a permanent purchase.  If you have any questions on computer rental pricing then visit Rentacomputer.com today.

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10 Hr Battery Life Laptop Rental Unit

February 20, 2010 by

Just last year, notebook companies were touting 8 hour battery life. Now we are up to 10 hours and I hear there is an 18 hour model in the works! This new ‘longer life battery’ technology was on display at the International Technology Rental Association Trade Show in San Diego earlier this year. John Beagle was there with his Tech Travel show to see new longer life laptops first hand.

Reserve the 10 Hour Battery Life Laptop Rental for any length of time with a Tech Travel Agent -800-736-8772.

New Laptop Rentals and Windows 7

February 20, 2010 by

“Did you know cutting edge products like the 10 hour battery life laptop rentalMicrosoft Windows 7© computer rentals and MacBook Pro rentals are available for delivery to thousands of cities worldwide, with one point of contact, a Tech Travel Agent!  That’s Excellent because it makes my job easier!”

– Bob Fives, Technology Consultant