The Newegg PC Builder is an Online PC Configurator that Empowers Anyone to Design and Source Parts to Build their Own Custom Computer
LOS ANGELES–(BUSINESS WIRE)–#Newegg—Newegg, one of the leading tech-focused e-retailers in North America, has unveiled the Newegg PC Builder, the company’s one-stop shop for designing and building custom PCs. For nearly two decades, Newegg has been the go-to destination for technology enthusiasts, offering best-in-class site navigation, millions of PC hardware reviews and some of the best prices available. The Newegg PC Builder leverages the company’s deep tech heritage to deliver a PC configuration tool that eliminates the need to consider hardware compatibility, enabling novices and experts alike to easily compile and purchase all the necessary parts to build their own custom PC.
Building a custom PC is one of the most satisfying DIY experiences in the tech space, opening the door to personalization, upgraded components, custom cooling and hardware overclocking. The PC becomes an extension of its creator, who is no longer constrained to a limited assortment of pre-built systems. Customers can spec out a machine purpose-built for specific tasks such as gaming, rendering or video editing. With the Newegg PC Builder, what used to require hours of painstaking manual compatibility checks can now be accomplished in mere minutes.
Customers navigate an intuitive workflow to configure the ideal PC to suit their needs and budget, with the ability to purchase all the necessary components via a single transaction. Since entering public beta testing less than a month ago, the Newegg PC Builder has already helped thousands of customers design their own custom PCs.
“Newegg got its start nearly two decades ago selling components to tech enthusiasts, many of whom built their own computers long before home PC building caught on as a mainstream trend,” said Anthony Chow, Newegg’s Global CEO. “The Newegg PC Builder is a direct connection to our DIY roots, and we’re excited about empowering the next generation of home PC builders.”
Building a PC can be a complicated process with near-limitless configuration possibilities. With so many components, brands, specs and compatibility issues, determining the right configuration that suits the customer’s usage needs and budget limitations can be a daunting task. The Newegg PC Builder removes the guesswork and makes it easy for anyone to design their dream PC.
Build from Scratch
Start by choosing any part, then the Newegg PC Builder automatically filters out incompatible parts. This process continues as subsequent components are added to the build, ensuring the customer can only select from parts that are assured to work together. Once a build is fully configured, the user can experiment with substituting components to either tweak performance capabilities, or adjust the overall cost.
Customize Preconfigured Builds
First-time builders may opt to begin with one of Newegg’s three preconfigured options, which currently include budget, mainstream and enthusiast builds. Once they’ve selected the build that most closely suits their needs and budget, the user can add their own custom touches by substituting as many components as they’d like. The result is a custom build that perfectly reflects the customer’s performance requirements and available budget. After customers receive their parts, they can view Newegg’s How To Build Your Own PC video tutorial for additional guidance on completing their build at home.
About Newegg Inc.
Newegg Inc. is the leading tech-focused e-retailer in North America, with a global reach in Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America and the Middle East. Founded in 2001, the company offers its more than 40 million registered customers a comprehensive selection of the latest consumer electronics, entertainment, smart home and gaming products. Newegg is consistently ranked as one of the best online shopping destinations, and the company regularly earns industry-leading customer service ratings. Newegg is headquartered in City of Industry, California, with North American distribution facilities located throughout the United States and Canada. For more information, visit https://www.newegg.com/.
John Snedigar, Faultline Communications