New Custom PC Company Looking to Shift Direction of Market
Custom is one word that usually leads to one thought, a lot of money. It’s rare in this world to get a custom anything for a good price. Throw in the world of custom gaming and workstation computers, and consumers will see some prices that should be attached to used cars not to a computer for personal or business use. Enter Ascendant Computers, of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. They are new to the world of custom PCs but carry with them an idea and a product that is bound to catch on.
Their catch phrase of “Making Technology Affordable” looks to be like something they believe in. Their products range from entry level gaming and workstation rigs for those who enjoy graphic art and gaming, to monster rigs that could probably power a satellite, but only if customers want to go that route. Their crown jewel though is that they deliver all the best hardware, at the best possible price with no sacrifice on attention to the quality of the build, or the warranty that comes with.
“We don’t want to be like everyone else charging premium prices for parts you could buy off the shelf, or charge a cheap price and deliver a cookie cutter system that rolled off and assembly line with no heart in it. We’re here to give everyone out there a premium hand built PC at a great price, and that’s exactly what were going to do with no sacrifice on workmanship or components,” says Ray Ostrowski, Company Owner, and Head Technician.
Ascendant Computers (www.ascendantcomps.com) is currently headquartered in Philadelphia, PA. Talk about starting a revolution? Those in the market for a new PC, who don’t feel like selling a family member to get one, should check them out; it will be time well spent.
- Contact Information
- Raymond Ostrowski
- Owner/Head Technician
- Ascendant Computers
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