Essential guide to the best hardware for small business

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Looking to kit out a new home office? Starting up a small company of your own? Then our round up of the best small business hardware is just what you're looking for.

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Acer Aspire One 751

The stretched display not only offers more screen space, helped by the high 1366x768 resolution, but allows for a normal-sized keyboard which makes typing that much easier. In spite of using the slowest Intel Atom available, the Acer Aspire One 751 did not seem much slower than any other netbook. If lightness and screen size are more important to you than battery life, take a closer look at Acerundefineds biggest-screen Aspire One 751.

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Dell Studio XPS 8000

We like the speed of the Dell Studio XPS 8000 and think it's a potent PC for home use or for a small office. The Dell Studio XPS 8000 is powered by an Intel Core i5 750 CPU, which is a quad-core CPU that runs at 2.66GHz, and you also get 6GB of DDR3 SDRAM, a 1GB NVIDIA GeForce 220 graphics card and a 1TB hard drive.

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Dell Vostro 320

The Dell Vostro 320 brings a refreshing new look to the otherwise drab and boring traditional business desktop. It isn't just a fad but quite practical and works well as a sleek mainstream business machine. It offers very good performance, and its all-in-one design certainly helps save desk space - at a price, though.

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Epson Perfection V600 Photo

With 6400 dpi optical resolution and 3.4DMAX optical density for film scanning, the V600 has promises low power consumption for maximum efficiency and no warm-up time for instant scanning.

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Epson Stylus Pro 3880

The smaller printer footprint makes the 3880 ideal for small studios or home studio set-ups says Epson.

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Gateway NV5214u

The Gateway NV5214u has quirks, a brief battery life, and a groan inducing 7-pound weight that might ward off some shoppers. But at the price, it's a stylish bargain, and anyone who needs a decent, cheap machine and who doesn't mind the lack of bundled extras and frills would do well to look it over.

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Iomega StorCenter ix2

Though its features are high end, Iomega has paid special attention to the unit's interface. The press materials boast that the unit can be set up in four simple steps and the interface is capable of many high-end functions while still being approachable to the average small business employee. Available now in 1TB, 2TB, and 4TB capacities, the ix2-200 starts at £230.

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Western Digital My Book World Edition II

Western Digital's 4TB My Book World Edition II NAS device is an easy and reasonably cheap way to store large amounts of data in a central location. Its overall performance is slow, but for tasks where speed isn't critical this NAS device is a decent choice.

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