Computer Hardware Price List

So, how much would it cost you to build a computer? Here you will find a computer hardware price list with average prices of computer hardware.

 

Monitors(LCD, LED)

$100.00 – $300.00(Depending on size, resolution, touch or not)

Keyboard

$10.00 – $250.00(Depending on design/style, wireless, back-lighting, flexibility, etc)

Mouse

$5.00 – $150.00(Depending on PS2, USB, wireless, design)

Internal Hard Drives(standard size)

$20.00 – $200(depending on storage capacity and data transfer method)

Notebook Drives

$50.00 – $100.00(depending on storage capacity)

Solid state drives

$40.00 – $1000.00(depending on size and storage capacity)

External Hard Drives

$35.00 – $400.00 (depending on size, storage capacity, and data transfer method)

Blu Ray drive

$50.00 – $100.00(Depending on capabilities(read/write) and attributes(write speed)

DVD Drive

$20.00 – $85.00(Depending on capabilities(read/write) and attributes(write speed)

CD Drive

$N/A(CD drives are hard to come by nowadays. It's best just to buy a DVD or Bluray drive, as they will play/burn cds as well)

Sound cards

$10 – $250(depending on processing speed, polyphony, etc.)

Video cards

$20 – $1200(Depending on speed and storage capacity)

Network Cards

$7 – $4500(Speed, network compatibility)

There you have a basic computer hardware price list. Remember, these are average ranges for how much the different types of computer hardware cost. For the most part, you will want to stay away from the lowest price items as they usually offer the lowest performance levels, unless you are building a very basic, economy system. On the other hand, there is not reason to, for example buy a $4500.00 network card. Before looking to buy or build a computer, you will need to decide what you are using your computer for, and then research specifications of the hardware you intend to buy. This will help you find out what is best for you. Also, you may use this website as a reference guide for hardware specifications as future posts will explain the computer hardware basics necessary to make a more informed decision.