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.
A true All-In-One computer solution for casual users and families alike
Lenovo IdeaCentre C345 is a computer of mediocre performance yet excellent value. It's extremely affordable considering the fact it comes with monitor, keyboard and mouse. It's a true All-In-One computer solution for casual users and families alike.
Has all the key features you'll want a fantastic computing experience
A great in one desktop PC for those with less funds, but have needs for rich features to produce computing and internet based tasks, easy to accomplish. May well have the bells and whistles like those available from the Apple iMac MD093LL/A 21.5-Inch Desktop, however it has all the key features you'll want a fantastic computing experience.
Experience real satisfaction with this All-in-One Desktop
Finally, Lenovo IdeaCentre C345 has a lot of things to offer to us all. We will surely not regret once we have decided to purchase this device. Keep your eyes open as you experience real satisfaction with this All-in-One Desktop.
Highly impressive performance when you consider the PCs tiny dimensions
If you're looking for the smallest PC possible, then the contest is over. All the Nano XS has to do is work, and you'll be satisfied. However, it does rather more than that. Read our Zotac Nano XS AD13 Plus review to find out more.
Good Dedicated Graphics For An All-In-One
Those wanting a high performance all-in-one touchscreen system should take a close look at the HP ENVY 23-d160qd TouchSmart. While it may not have the screen size of other similar priced system, it does offer some high end performance and a good set of customize options to fit one's needs. It is a bit disappointing that HP didn't translate some of the software from their Magic Canvas software to Windows 8 but it is not a major problem.
Good all-round performance
It seems that our conclusion agrees with our hypothesis. We were skeptical that the HP Envy 23 could bring real luxury or unique features to a $949 price point. And it doesn't. This is an all-in-one, and it does what comparable all-in-ones do.
That means value is an important metric which is where this PC really starts to stumble. $1,049 isn't outrageous, but it's not exactly a bargain.
Huge hard drive, gobs of RAM, and a super-fast processor
The HP ENVY 23 TouchSmart can do pretty much anything you throw at it, and it can certainly handle the demanding needs of an entire family, from the little kids all the way up to the impatient grandparents. It comes with most of the features that you would want on a high-end all-in-one desktop it's got the large 1080p touchscreen display, a huge hard drive, gobs of RAM, and a super-fast processor.
Decent performance and gaming, Improved display
Price is the biggest bugaboo with the CA24T. As with most all-in-ones, you pay a lot extra for the style and the space-saving design. But unlike much of the competition, the CA24T actually delivers on both counts. An AIO should have more than looks, though. For this price, Vizio could provide a better keyboard, plus mouse and SSD options. (It should also have a discrete GPU option for its Intel-based model.)
Lots Of Space For Internal Upgrades
For anyone who needs a computer system with a dedicated graphics system either for gaming or graphics work, the Cyberpower Gamer Ultra 2073 is a tough deal to beat. For under $500, it comes with an AMD 5450 graphics card with a full 1GB of memory. The system also comes free of bloatware many companies add to the OS.
Clean, tidy looks and a Blu-ray writer
The CyberPower Ultra HTPC is an all-round system with clean, tidy looks and a Blu-ray writer that may prove useful. Sadly it's also far from quiet and only standard-definition TV facilities are included, although its AMD processor gives it a decent boost in 3D graphics performance allowing it to double up as a gaming PC.
Well-built, water-cooled and pre-overclocked
While not as much of a bargain as the previous CyberPower system that came through our labs, the Gamer Ultra Perseus presents good value for a well-built, water-cooled and pre-overclocked AM3 system. However, though the water cooling is quieter than a conventional air cooler it still isn't truly silent, and if you actually want the best bang for your buck when it comes to gaming performance you'd be better off dropping the water cooling for a second graphics card.
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.
Great price for a beginner gaming computer!
I've been searching for a computer around the $500 price for a while and I pulled the trigger on this system. I play League of Legends, Path of Exile, SC2, and a few other games that don't require expensive video cards to run. The computer worked right out the box and boots up REALLY fast! The blue LED fan matches the blue trim of the case, which I like a lot. Not much else I can say, except I recommend anyone that is on a $500 budget to get this computer.
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.
Best in class small foot print PC
I have purchased many small foot print PC's especially from HP (aka slimline models). I even contacted HP for a small footprint quad core PC. The price difference between the HP and Gateway SX model was night and day different. This SX Gateway has such a small foot print and lot's of power with the quad core and 7200 rpm 1 TB drive. Keep in mind exactly what this PC is which is a small foot print PC with all the bells and whistles that a office or home office user will need.
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