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Desktop computer or All in One PC

sahilkhan100 Avatar
6y, 8m agoPosted 6 years, 8 months ago
Hi,

I am looking for fast desktop computer including 19-22 inch flat screen monitor or FAST all in one PC. It will be merely used for browsing the web so please let me know if you have any recommendations. I am willing to spend around 350 pounds and can purhchase monitor separetely if good deals are available on desktops.

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6y, 8m agoPosted 6 years, 8 months ago
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#1
This is not the fastest of machines, but it nearly fits your budget for an all-in-one computer...

Acer Veriton Z280G Desktop PC - The All-In-One PC

I have used a few of these, and for general web use and office docs they are fine. Also nice they come with XP and Win7.

Steve
banned#2
check out the ASUS EEE box AIO PCs

I think they are better than Acers.

And they look slick too.
#3
He's after a 'fast' PC, the Atom is the exact opposite of what he wants and extremely slow.

Basically if you can pick up a Core i3 or Athlon II X3/X4 then that's great but a Core 2 Duo/Pentium Dual Core or Athlon II X2 should be perfectly acceptable. Obviously you won't get a fast PC in that budget but I'm guessing you actually mean responsive rather than fast? The hard drive is key here but generally £350 systems aren't going to tell you the hard drive they're using.
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EndlessWaves
He's after a 'fast' PC, the Atom is the exact opposite of what he wants and extremely slow.

Basically if you can pick up a Core i3 or Athlon II X3/X4 then that's great but a Core 2 Duo/Pentium Dual Core or Athlon II X2 should be perfectly acceptable. Obviously you won't get a fast PC in that budget but I'm guessing you actually mean responsive rather than fast? The hard drive is key here but generally £350 systems aren't going to tell you the hard drive they're using.


For £350 he's not going to get a 'fast' PC. Plus, he states "It will be merely used for browsing the web". The Acer although not fast is more than fine for browsing the web. If he was wanting to play games or video work etc then I would not have suggested the Acer model.

Steve

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