Nice Desktop with a moderately fast processor
I bought this machine for my grandson from Amazon, LLC. So far I like most everything about the computer, it has windows 8 which should be fine when the update comes out the end of this month. There is limited bloatware on this machine which I removed. It has McAfee which I removed and then turned on windows defender much better and free. The thing was that while the box was sealed by Lenovo when I opened the box you could tell it was a re-seal.
Built-in Wi-Fi & optional Blu-ray
Lenovo continues to make strides in the slim desktop PC category with the IdeaCentre H520s. It combines a slim space-saving design with ease of use and a range of entertainment features. It features an Intel Core i5 CPU, 6GB of RAM, built-in wireless connectivity and a 1TB hard drive. The slim design does limit future expansion, but it comes with everything most users will need.
Lenovo IdeaCentre H520
Lenovo IdeaCentre H520 is a high-tier desktop suitable for power-seeking users who don't want to pay too much for their computer. Graphics performance is subpar so gamers would do better with another desktop, but other power users would definitely enjoy this Lenovo.
Great value all-in-one
For the price point this is an all around great desktop. The screen is bright and nice with great color, its relatively speedy for the price range, and comes in an attractive package. It looks and feels like it cost more than $500. My only complaint comes from working with windows 8, but that will be an issue with any new computer. It does what I need it to do, which is be a competent family computer.
The HP Pavilion p6-2100 is certainly not going to be winning any speed contests among budget desktop systems but with its street price near $400 it does provide a decent experience for anyone that is looking to get a basic desktop PC. Just be warned that a number of features such as peripheral connectors are dropped to help keep the prices down. This makes it more difficult to upgrade the system either internally or externally than competing desktops that cost just a bit more.
Plenty of memory and hard drive space at an affordable price
The HP Pavilion p6-2350 review is a good buy for people that wants a good solid desktop computer that will give them years of service. With a big and reputable company like HP, you know that they have a quality product.
4 GB of RAM with easy expansion to 8 GB
The HP Pavilion p6-2100 desktop is an excellent setup for an entry-level system. It has plenty of power for your daily activities and if you do not wish to invest tons of money into it, it the perfect choice. Be it office or multimedia, the HP Pavilion p6-2100 desktop will handle the task you give it. The fact that it also packs plenty of expansion ports, gives it good upgrade capabilities and components are not expensive at all.
Good performing PC with good value
Overall the HP Pavilion p6-2280ea desktop PC feedback from users points to a good performing PC with good value. The graphics card could be improved but can be upgraded, though from our experience the combination of the i5 CPU and 1GB of graphics RAM has played some high end games ok, so it may be worth a try for gaming and then upgrading in the future.
Screen is big and clear and bright
Great price for a great computer, this is an excellent machine fast, beautiful display. It's attractive and very functional. Screen is big and clear and bright. So, this Acer AME600-UR378 is low priced, but high powered, at least for what I need it to do. I did comparison shopping both online and at places like Best Buy, Office Max, and Office Depot before choosing and buying this desktop. It was at a great price!
Affordable, reliable, and versatile
Cool design, fast, affordable, reliable, and versatile are just a few of the words I would use to describe the Acer AME600-UR378 Desktop. This PC provides excellent value for money with a respectable price tag.
Lacks diversity in back-panel connections
This midsize-tower desktop just has too much competition offering too many other interesting features, for less money--raw speed doesn't make Gatewayâ?? s DX4320-45 a sure-fire winner. This midsize-tower desktop just has too much competition offering too many other interesting features, for less money--raw speed doesn't make Gatewayâ?? s DX4320-45 a sure-fire winner. Originâ?? s Genesis is back, armed with an impressive 5GHz overclock on its Intel Sandy Bridge CPU.
Above Average Sized Hard Drive
Gateway's DX4320-19 desktop is a system that would be useful for those looking to do heavy multitasking or video editing where the six-core processor will benefit the applications. The system is certainly much more affordable than Intel based six-core desktops. The extra capacity on the hard drive is also useful for those doing lots of desktop video work.
The DX4320-45's 3D performance is decent for a mid-priced desktop, since it comes with a six-core AMD Phenom II processor and ATI Radeon HD 5750 graphics card. This combo allows the system to get playable scores on both Crysis (54 frames per second) and Lost Planet 2 (53 fps), both at 1,280 by 720 resolution (our medium/middle setting). However, both games turn in unplayable 16 fps scores at the high/very high setting.
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