I agree, Saito, and I will add that in many cases, the computers places like Walmart gets are the ones that are thrown together. Dell, for example, sells primarily to businesses. The retail customer side is given less attention to detail, and lower priority. So keep that in mind when shopping in a retail store like Walmart. Now, I'm not saying those computers are bad, or will breakdown, just that they're not given the same careful attention as the business class, or the ones custom assembled through the website's online ordering process.
Also, on a side note, stay away from Lexmark printers (owned by Dell) if you value spending less money on ink and repair parts. Trust me on this one.
“I've noticed that about your people, Doctor. You find it easier to understand the death of one than the death of a million. You speak about the objective hardness of the Vulcan heart, yet how little room there seems to be in yours.” - Spock, The Immunity Syndrome
Leonard Nimoy: 1931 - 2015