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Lenovo C20 all-in-one 19.5" desktop £229.99 @ Amazon

£229.99 @ Amazon
Usual price is £299.99 so you save £70. It's not a top end model, but for just over £200 it's a really good price for a basic computer to browse the net and send some emails. 19.5 inch screen is decen… Read More
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Usual price is £299.99 so you save £70. It's not a top end model, but for just over £200 it's a really good price for a basic computer to browse the net and send some emails. 19.5 inch screen is decent size. It has a DVD RW. Processor is not amazing (Celeron 2.24GHz) so not going to be great for gaming, but comes with Windows 10 and 500GB hard drive and 4Gb RAM.

As an all-in-one you only have wires for power, keyboard and mouse which come with it.
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Generally, all in ones combine all the disadvantages of a desktop with all of the disadvantages of a laptop. You can get a similarly powerful laptop for the same or less money, and that will be more useful.

Screen Size 19.5 inches
Screen Resolution 1366 x 768 pixels

That's going to look awful.

Sorry to be so harsh.
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GDB2222
Generally, all in ones combine all the disadvantages of a desktop with all of the disadvantages of a laptop. You can get a similarly powerful laptop for the same or less money, and that will be more useful.
Screen Size 19.5 inches
Screen Resolution 1366 x 768 pixels
That's going to look awful.
Sorry to be so harsh.

Don't be silly, it's virtually the same density as [email protected]" which plenty of people choose.

1440x900 or 1600x900 would have been nice for the extra height but it's not a big deal if it's a good quality screen.

The Celeron is a quad core Braswell J3160 CPU (at 1.6Ghz, 2.24Ghz is the burst frequency) rather than one of the more powerful dual core Skylake or Kaby Lake Celeron G3000 models.

You're not going to get cheaper, but you're into big sacrifices territory where you're losing a lot of performance for not much saving.
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EndlessWaves
GDB2222
Generally, all in ones combine all the disadvantages of a desktop with all of the disadvantages of a laptop. You can get a similarly powerful laptop for the same or less money, and that will be more useful.
Screen Size 19.5 inches
Screen Resolution 1366 x 768 pixels
That's going to look awful.
Sorry to be so harsh.
Don't be silly, it's virtually the same density as [email protected]" which plenty of people choose.
1440x900 or 1600x900 would have been nice for the extra height but it's not a big deal if it's a good quality screen.
The Celeron is a quad core Braswell J3160 CPU (at 1.6Ghz, 2.24Ghz is the burst frequency) rather than one of the more powerful dual core Skylake or Kaby Lake Celeron G3000 models.
You're not going to get cheaper, but you're into big sacrifices territory where you're losing a lot of performance for not much saving.


It's not so much the pixel density, but 1366 x 768 pixels is simply not enough pixels for comfortable web browsing and word processing. You don't see enough of the web page or document. So, I don't think I'm being silly at all.
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I have a second hand one of these running Windows 7 and my RadarBox. Absolutely fine for 'Office' type work & web browsing. Screen is not the best, but perfectly usable and much larger than any laptop.
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GDB2222
EndlessWaves
GDB2222
Generally, all in ones combine all the disadvantages of a desktop with all of the disadvantages of a laptop. You can get a similarly powerful laptop for the same or less money, and that will be more useful.
Screen Size 19.5 inches
Screen Resolution 1366 x 768 pixels
That's going to look awful.
Sorry to be so harsh.
Don't be silly, it's virtually the same density as [email protected]" which plenty of people choose.
1440x900 or 1600x900 would have been nice for the extra height but it's not a big deal if it's a good quality screen.
The Celeron is a quad core Braswell J3160 CPU (at 1.6Ghz, 2.24Ghz is the burst frequency) rather than one of the more powerful dual core Skylake or Kaby Lake Celeron G3000 models.
You're not going to get cheaper, but you're into big sacrifices territory where you're losing a lot of performance for not much saving.
It's not so much the pixel density, but 1366 x 768 pixels is simply not enough pixels for comfortable web browsing and word processing. You don't see enough of the web page or document. So, I don't think I'm being silly at all.
I guess your definition of "comfortable" depends on what you're used to; I've been using a 1280x768 for a long time and for basic tasks like web browsing and word processing, I haven't had a problem.
I imagine that going from FHD to this would be a real struggle though.
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JustWakeUpLink
GDB2222
EndlessWaves
GDB2222
Generally, all in ones combine all the disadvantages of a desktop with all of the disadvantages of a laptop. You can get a similarly powerful laptop for the same or less money, and that will be more useful.
Screen Size 19.5 inches
Screen Resolution 1366 x 768 pixels
That's going to look awful.
Sorry to be so harsh.
Don't be silly, it's virtually the same density as [email protected]" which plenty of people choose.
1440x900 or 1600x900 would have been nice for the extra height but it's not a big deal if it's a good quality screen.
The Celeron is a quad core Braswell J3160 CPU (at 1.6Ghz, 2.24Ghz is the burst frequency) rather than one of the more powerful dual core Skylake or Kaby Lake Celeron G3000 models.
You're not going to get cheaper, but you're into big sacrifices territory where you're losing a lot of performance for not much saving.
It's not so much the pixel density, but 1366 x 768 pixels is simply not enough pixels for comfortable web browsing and word processing. You don't see enough of the web page or document. So, I don't think I'm being silly at all.
I guess your definition of "comfortable" depends on what you're used to; I've been using a 1280x768 for a long time and for basic tasks like web browsing and word processing, I haven't had a problem.
I imagine that going from FHD to this would be a real struggle though.

I use both and I really notice the difference switching from one to the other. The laptop is far slower than the desktop, but that doesn't really matter. What matters is that there's far less screen real estate on the laptop.

I'd get a cheap desktop like one of these for £110 and spend the balance on a reasonable screen.
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/zoostorm-desktop-pc-intel-1-8ghz-dual-core-1037u-500gb-hdd-4gb-ram-dvd-rw-win-8-2612436



Edited By: GDB2222 on Feb 04, 2017 17:37: Wrong

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