Great computer and has all the works
This is a great computer. Has all the works. I did not have the option to have Microsoft Office 2010 onto it but I already had Microsoft 2007 to put on there so no worries for me there. The only problem that I have is the stupid Windows 8 OS. Really hate the Windows 8 style and not good for non-touch screen computers. I want to down grade, but I might have to pitch in some money because the system does not say what Windows 8 it is, either home or professional.
Attractive, functional enclosure and well-rounded performance
Should you buy this desktop when new processors are right around the corner? We think so, as the new processors will probably command a slight premium. But, if youâ??d rather wait, feel free to do so since Acer will no doubt continue using this excellent design for desktops built on the new Intel processors.
A desktop for someone requiring bit more power than a typical low-end computer has to offer
Acer Aspire AT3-600-UR11 is a desktop for someone requiring bit more power than a typical low-end computer has to offer. If you're into HD movies, casual gaming or some heavy programs, you'd get the most out of this desktop. If you also happen to already own a monitor, buying this Acer wouldn't basically hurt your wallet at all.
Great value, but I expected more out of this machine. With 16gb RAM, the newest i7 4770k processor, a decent graphics card, and 3.0 USB technology, I expected the M51AC to be 10x faster than my other 10 year old PC.
The fact is, 3.0 isn't all it's cracked up to be, 5gbps is unattainable, Windows 8 slows the machine down just enough that the processor, graphics card and RAM are a wash, and installing a SSD helped a little bit when used as a Ready Boost Drive, but not very much.
Nice Range of Customization Options
Maingear has definitely come up with a different and unique design for a small desktop system. In terms of performance, it certainly is one of the more powerful available if you are willing to pay for the various upgrades. For gaming, even the base configuration is acceptable for 1920x1080. The design does have a couple drawbacks to it.
Compact and stealthy, Fast performance
In a way, Maingear's Potenza is a technology metaphor, offering more performance than yesterday's systems while leaving a smaller footprint. As technology marches on to smaller, more powerful pastures, Maingear made sure the desktop didn't get left behind.
Surpassed all of my expectations I had for it
This desktop surpass all of my expectations I had for it. I thought since Cyberpower had a reputation for lower-end PSUs' that it would be a 300W, but nope, it's a 600W PSU, very good surprise. My second surprise is that the motherboard isn't low-end either, it was a very good MSI motherboard. But what probably surprised me the most was cable management, and while it may not be big for other people just seeing how much effort was put into it was shocking.
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.
I was a little leary at first about it being a refurbished desktop, but it was such a good price, i couldn't pass it up. It arrived earlier than expected, which was wonderful, and came with all the correct parts and user materials. It is in excellent condition, and runs like a champ! Overall, i'm thrilled with this purchase.
Good For Multimedia
The HP Pavilion Elite h8-1010 desktop features a mini tower case that is great for college dorm rooms or smaller apartments. The system has an Intel Core i5-2390T processor, which is a dual-core chip that runs at 2.7GHz. The HP Pavilion HPE h8-1010 also features an AMD Radeon HD 6450 video card that can handle non-intensive games, such as World of Warcraft.
Good computer for a good price
This compact computer is powerful and is more than enough for any everyday task you could perform including photo and video editing. It is convenient to place on top of a desk. It comes with Windows 8 for which I had low expectations; but surprisingly I enjoyed it. It is similar in the desktop functionality to Windows 7 but it builds on it by giving the option to switch to metro browsing which is a simple way to open up apps. The startup time is super fast.
So far so good
I have only been up and running for couple of days, but I am getting a lot of work at home done, while still getting a entertainment value. Fits well in workplace desk. May have to buy more for the children. Keyboard is easy to manage with large font on keys. Rearrange the tiles on start screen to place your most popular choices on first page. Interface seems very user friendly as it nearly mirrors the phones and tablets of today.
Acer's Aspire AXC is more of a cosmetic change than a major redesign of their slim desktop. It receives a number of small upgrades including larger hard drive, more RAM, slightly faster hard drive and most importantly, wireless networking. The problem is that that they didn't upgrade the base motherboard so that it could support USB 3.0 which puts it at a disadvantage against its competitors.
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