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Rating 4.3 out of 5 stars with 95 reviews

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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great for the price, surprisingly capable.

    Posted
    dagothagahnim
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    When I got this nettop, I was skeptical as to what it could really handle, so I decided to put it through some brutal testing from a gamer's perspective. It held up extremely well and has impressed me. Below is a bullet list of what games/programs I ran on it and how they performed. (All programs were used while running Game Booster from IoBit, it shuts down all background programs that aren't needed so you have maximum memory and processor space for the games you play, this is VERY important to you gamers if you plan to use nettops and netbooks for gaming.) -Halo 2: Choppy but playable, played 4 levels on it on Normal difficulty with minimal problems. -World of Warcraft: easily playable, no real lag even when in a 25 man VoA and running Ventrilo at the same time. Minimum settings all around for graphics. -Warcraft 3+Expansion: No lag, cinematics play beautifully, gameplay is smooth. -Diablo 2+LoD Expansion: No lag, cinematics play beautifully, gameplay is smooth and unhindered, single player AND Battle.Net -Torchlight: Ran smoothly, minimal lag when ALOT of spells are happening at once. Don't recommend putting too many mods on it with a nettop though, load time gets rediculous. -Starcraft+Broodwar: Runs smoothly, cinematics run great, minimal lag when you get armies of hundreds fighting eachother, but still very playable. -Windows Media Player: plays movies and music smoothly, no choppiness or sudden stops. -Netflix Streaming Movies: play incredibly smoothly, no lag at all, great load times, no choppiness. -Morrowind+both expansions: Plays smoothly, average loading times, no lag, very playable. -Plants vs Zombies: Extremely smooth play, no lag. I did not do anything more demanding that Halo2, WoW, and Morrowind. Those are good judges for any computer nowadays to see what it will be able to handle. I pushed this machine as far as it would go and it has outperformed all my expectations by quite a bit. I would HIGHLY recommend this to my friends as a stable, cheap, general-purpose gaming station. I tested many of the commonly loved and played games that gamers would care about in order to judge any general gaming machine, so I hope that this review helps any gamers that are looking at this product. I have this nettop set up in my bedroom, attached to a small HDTV, wireless mouse and keyboard. Great for waking up early and checking my email, hopping onto WoW to see what's going on that day, do a few quests, and mess around a little before classes and/or work. Wonderful machine, I highly recommend it to ANYONE. It is only 200 dollars and will be a great addition to any gamer's house, and I can see how it would be very handy to a business that needs to have desktops and his hard-up for space.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Best bang for your buck!

    Posted
    Himmelhauk
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    First of all, do not be discouraged by the specs of this little guy. Just because it's not a blazing fast dual-core or anything of the like doesn't give reason to count it out, unless you're some sort of a hardcore gamer or do a lot of video editing. I just installed Windows 7 64-bit Professional last night on it, and thus far it works great! If you are considering Windows 7 64-bit, make sure to add another gig of RAM,as it requires 2gb, though if you just use 32-bit then you're fine with 1gb. It was quite easy to get into the case, just one screw on the bottom where the stand connects then pop off the side and voila, you're in! It takes PC-6400 SoDIMM (Laptop) RAM, for those that are interested in adding some. HDMI wise, I plugged in my 23" Acer H233H and it detected it right off the bat, so no worries there. Others seem to have issue but perhaps they didn't update the drivers. I can't comment on if it works out of the box as I waited until everything was updated to utilize HDMI. When I was running the XP it comes with, it ran smooth with 1gb RAM and even smoother at 2gb. There isn't that much bloatware compared to what some of the other comps out there come with. Yeah, it's still an inconvenience, but it doesn't take long to have it uninstalled. The only way you're going to get a completely non-bloatware comp is doing a clean install as you're not going to get a comp in store without some sort of bloatware. Firefox seemed to take a minute to load up though once it did it ran great and with CLEAR, the d/l speeds were at 500kbp/s at times. I don't see the big deal about it not having wireless built in, not many desktops have wireless anyways so that's nothing to be up in arms about. It has a mini-PCI Express slot anyhow for when you do want to put a wireless card in. Overall, a great purchase for the money and I highly recommend it for anyone needing a space saving though potent, little machine! FYI, the Windows Experience Ratings for Windows 7 are as follows (with 2gb RAM): Processor: 2.3 Memory (RAM): 4.5 Graphics: 3.7 Gaming Graphics: 3.7 Primary Hard Disk: 5.4 Base Score: 2.3 I'm not too worried about the processor score as with it having a 1.6Ghz single-core, there isn't much chance of that score being too high.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great Product!

    Posted
    DosGuy

    I have been looking for a replacement computer for my Home Theater setup. I had a standard computer connected to my system that did the job, but was big, noisy, and starting to get a bit quirky. Since I watch alot of online streaming content, this product really caught my eye. It has very minimal system resources, but since I am not saving anything directly to it, or playing games, it is a good match for my purposes. I unboxed and hooked this little computer into my LCD TV using the HDMI connection for video & sound piped through a Yamaha receiver. When it booted, no sound. A quick switch to the Nvidia HD sound in the mixer properties of XP fixed that. The video took a bit of tweaking to get just right. When using an HD tv via HDMI, the NVIDIA controls want to move from native PC resolutions to HD standard resolutions. Trying to find a setting where I could still read the print from my sofa was a bit of a challenge (time to upgrade to a bigger tv! ) After finding a good resolution and resizing my desktop to match the tv, everything seemed about right. After loading all of my plugins for online goodness, checking the streaming capability was next. Netflix, Hulu... all worked just fine! Even HD content streamed without a snag. Pretty zippy for such a light processor and minimal memory. The cons of this setup are of course the configuration and lack of Wi-Fi. Without a certain level of skill, a Home Theater setup for this little guy would be pretty hard. I would recommend a friend help, or hire someone to set it up. The lack of Wi-Fi on it is a pain. Even a small usb wireless controller would look monstrous on it. ( I know my older bluetooth adapter sure sticks out!) I think Acer should just throw one in and charge an extra 20 bucks or so, it would be worth it. The pros of course are its size, HDMI connection that pipes sound, and it runs very cool so no loud fans. All in all, I am happy with the replacement to my older bulky desktop I had connected in my living room. If you are curious, here is what I replaced: Custom Clone Build: AMD 64 2.4ghz CPU 1GB Kingston 3200 DDR ram 120 GB 7200 rpm SATA HD ATI X1600 AGP Video Cheers!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great little unit!

    Posted
    duckbitkis
    • Featured Reviews

    Picked up one of these to replace an old Win98 machine for my parents. They love it! Runs MS Office 2003, Skype, Outlook Express, etc. with no problems. The keyboard is a little funky, but it actually works just fine. They ultimately decided to get a new monitor and printer, even though the old ones worked OK with this unit. I was so impressed that I picked one up as a living-room computer/HTPC. A wireless keyboard and mouse combo was all it took to turn a 46" LCD TV into a great looking monitor via the HDMI connection. Watching 720p videos from Youtube is pretty impressive, and streaming Netflix movies are watchable, too. The NVIDIA chipset really is remarkable, from a video standpoint. I did a lot of research before deciding on the Acer Revo 1600. My first concern was dependability, and the only problems I found were from people who did silly things like installing Windows 2000 (no drivers). Other than the occasional DOA, there were hardly any physical problems with these. I count 5 USB ports, rather than 6, but who's counting? Add a hub or two and you're golden. Everything that's been plugged into the Revo has been recognized and configured beautifully, including an external DVD-RW drive and a Belkin Wireless G+ adapter. OK, so XP is a little old and outdated, but it is solid as a rock and it allows the Revo to function well on only 1 gig of RAM (apparently Windows 7 runs fine on this little guy, if you bump it to 2 gigs). Also, the Revo travels well (and easily), which is great for my folks and their snowbird approach to retirement. Final thoughts - if you're looking for a high-end HTPC, this isn't it. If you're looking for a heavy duty gaming machine, this isn't it, either. Heavy desktop use? Forget it. But, if you want a light to medium-duty PC with good-to-excellent HD video functionality, this is your unit. I'm still stunned that this thing is under $200! Grab one and get in on the fun!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Excellent device for a low-power network appliance

    Posted
    blablabla
    • My Best Buy Premier Silver MemberElite Plus Member

    I purchased this device specifically to run as a small, in-home server. I immediately removed win XP and installed linux, so I have no feedback regarding the out-of-the-box experience for windows. Additionally, I've upgraded the RAM to 4GB and am running a 64-bit OS to take advantage of all 4GB. Features: Having eSATA, SD slot, 6 USB ports and HDMI (with audio) makes the revo 1600 BY FAR the most feature rich nettop on the market in the under $300 range, not to mention that it's under $200. Performance: 1.6 GHz CPU, NVIDIA ION, 64bit support and up to 4GB RAM handle my in-home linux server needs (samba file server, apache2 web server, tomcat6 app-server, proxy server, and home monitoring and automation tools) with ease. Before installing a server OS, I played around with a linux desktop version (ubuntu 9.10) and the hardware easily ran web browsing and video playback, including HDMI w/ audio. Add a wireless keyboard & mouse and this makes it a viable candidate as a settop media player (There are plenty of HOW-TO guides on the web for such an application, but I'll save that for a later project). Environmental: I leave this box running 24x7, so heat, power consumption and noise are all very important to me. Core temp sustains a pretty constant 64 deg C (147 F), so it blows a little warm air, but certainly not a cooker, like the lenovo and asus nettops I've looked at. I've yet to test power consumption, but I've heard 8W is typical??? I'll believe that when I see it. So far, fan noise is the only thing I'm not 100% satisfied with. It's not horridly loud, but in a quiet room, is definitely noticeable (yet still quite tolerable).

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Think carefully before pulling the trigger

    Posted
    TechAdd1ct
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    First off, if you have a philips LCD TV which you plan on using this device with via hdmi be very careful. My philips LCD tv, which is relatively new, was incompatible with the nvidia chipset in this device. It is a documented problem, poke around some forums for more details before purchasing. The good - this device is priced so that it was a very attractive option when I was looking for a home theatre pc. The built in hdmi port was a great feature, and when i plugged it into my brand new sharp aquos lcd tv it worked flawlessly. The nvidia drivers did a great job and setup was really easy. As I eluded to above the same was not true when i plugged it into my philips lcd tv. The bad - without going into too much detail, the device, with the out of box configuration, is not capable of smoothly playing back full 1080p hd content. The hardware IS powerful enough, and i was able to verify this, but it is not a trivial process to change the configuration of the device to support it. So unless you aren't planning on using it to play 1080p hd content, or you're really tech savy and have the time and patience to reconfigure the device, avoid it as an HTPC. Also note that this device does not have wireless built in so it requires a wired ethernet connection. If you're planning on putting it in a place where you don't want to run an ethernet cable you might want to consider buying this product's bigger, albeit more expensive, brother.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great PC

    Posted
    zombieman
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    I have not owned a desktop for about 4yrs. only laptops because I'm in the army and move around alot. I bought a acer aspire one and loved it. so i figured ill give this a try. i really like this pc. the white key board and mouse are nice. out of the box it froze up a few times. but after you install all the win xp updates it runs like a camp. This pc runs a little quicker the the aspire one laptop. What makes this great is the ion. yes flash player lacks some but when flash play 10 update comes out to support gpu it will be great on youtube and ext sites. i am going to put win 7 on here. win 7 made my little laptop move quite a bit faster. right now im watching a 1080p movie surffing the net. there are no lags what so ever. the processor runs about 8-15% while doing all this. something i could not do on my little laptop. i only played one game on this pc spore. it run great on low setting but i cranked it up to med it will play fine on med. but i play games mostly on the xbox 360. movies play great on this pc both standard and hd. all in all its a great pc and does what i need too. ppl talk bad about this pc alot but i think its great. the reason i gave five stars on almost everything is because i research and new what i was buying. i gave features 3 stars because it was loaded with alot of stuff you dont need. delete that stuff and get the updates and you will like it. update the nvidia ion drive too at there site.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great little computer

    Posted
    TimTime
    • Top 1000 ContributorTop 1000 Contributor

    Even though i returned it, i thought i should give it a raving review. I bought it because i was hoping it could do DVR duties. If you are looking for a basic desktop computer i think this thing is great. Once you get rid of the bloatware on it, it runs just fine. I wanted to use it as a DVR using windows 7 media center using 2 tuners. I know that is asking for a lot from this little 1.6 single core atom processor. It actually did pretty good. But what was slow was the Media Center interface. Maybe if i added another gig of ram it would have been a little faster. Using one tuner satisfied me, but if you were recording on one channel and watching another things got pretty slow. Again i was asking way too much of this computer. It really needs a dual core processor and 2 gigs of ram for what i want it to do. As others here have stated, this thing isn't ready for flash or silverlight. I tried playing hulu and and netflix on this and things were pretty ugly on my 42 inch HDTV even with the flash 10.1 beta and latest ION drivers installed. But for a basic computer for $200 it really can't be beat. I'll get this for my mom when she is ready for her next computer. Man i really can see why people's computers get really slow when companies such as Acer and others put on so much crapware. Windows is a great OS if it just came with the OS and not all the bloatware. As others said, get PCdecrapifier. Great deal though.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Acer Revo as Home Theatre PC

    Posted
    Schardt12
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    The Good- The NVIDIA Ion LE graphics card is great. I use the Revo to watch .avi file and .mkv files. Note: these files dont play strait out of the box you need to use coreavc codecs and windows media classic home theatre (free download just google it) There are 6 usb ports for easy access Hdmi and VGA outputs - I use HDMI with my sony bravia t.v. It comes with a keyboard and mouse... both work great but you may want to upgrade them eventually. esata port works great if you have an external hard drive that supports it. _________________________________________________________ The Cons LOTS of crapware out of the box really slows down the computer so be sure to uninstall it. No Wireless card in it but you can buy a usb one for a reasonable price. You cant upgrade any of the hardware without voiding your warranty - this includes the hard drive and ram! __________________________________________________________ other thoughts I installed windows 7- windows 7 didn't run as fast as windows xp. So I recommend sticking with xp For 200.00 dollars this is an amazing value. I was going to buy the new western digital t.v. live for 150.00 dollars until I saw the Revo. The graphics card is better than most laptops with an integrated graphics card. Nividia control panel works great for setting up the proper resolution for your t.v. or computer monitor.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great HTPC but not right out of the box.

    Posted
    FamilyTechSupport2
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    Don't expect this little Acer to be a HTPC right out of the box. It comes with XP preinstalled, as well as all of the typical bloatware. If you don't want to remove the OS, at least remove all of the "extras" that come preinstalled. You can do this several ways, but one of the easiest is PC Decrapifier. You can download it here: http://www.pcdecrapifier.com/download" There are several free options for making a great HTPC out of this device. I decided to use XBMC, by following the directions here: http://lifehacker.com/5391308/build-a-silent-standalone-xbmc-media-center-on-the-cheap & I was running in a few hours. There has been a major upgrade to XBMC, but everything in Lifehacker's guide is still relevant. I have an iPhone too, so I downloaded the XBMC app & now I can control my little Acer HTPC from anywhere my in wifi range!!!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Excellent Acer Nettop

    Posted
    Gipswife
    • My Best Buy Premier Silver MemberElite Plus Member

    My husband bought this for me because I am disabled. I love it. I have been connected to the internet by using my TV as a monitor. I have tried laptops and Desktop computers. (In fact, I bought a laptop for christmas). I haven't used either of them since I started using this nettop. It is very simple to use, the speed is adequate, and I can watch netflix movies and enjoy my surround sound through my TV with the nettop. The nettop is so small and lightweight, you can take it anywhere. This is great for older people, who aren't up on all the latest technology. It cannot accomodate a disc, but a zip drive serves just as well. I do have Microsoft office on my nettop and have found that it is great to use on a fifty inch TV screen. (For those of you who do work, you don't have to huddle around the laptop to show others a spreadsheet) Plus, I can do my eBay shopping and SEE the thumbnails without enlarging them. My kids and husband are always using the nettop over their own systems. This is the best present I have ever gotten, and the price is so low. I absolutley love it!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Little Wunderbox!

    Posted
    FiluTech
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    These little PCs are fantastic as little "home theater" boxes. Attach an external "blu-ray" drive to watch HD over the HDMI port, or rip the BDrom to the 160GB hard drive like we did. HD playback is fantastic thanks to the ION video chipset. Processing and encoding is SLOOOW thanks to the 1.6 GHZ intel atom. This makes a great nettop or HTPC. The white usb Keyboard and optical mouse it comes with are cute, but feel kinda cheap, especially the mouse. Our unit was not spec'd for and did not come with WIFi - which was fine with us, we saved $20. The pre-installed XP home that the unit came with was FULL of junk and BLOATWARE. From internet games to a trial version of Mcaffe, to other software (all trial!) we could have spent hours uninstalling it all and probably have a pretty OK system. Since the unit doesn't ship with an actual XP disk (it only has a recovery partition that is the same as the crapped up factory install), we had to do our own installation of XP using a legal version that we had to buy separately, because the XP Home Key on the sticker is an OEM Acer key and would not work with our retail xp home disk.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Superb Multimedia Box

    Posted
    OllyL
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    I bought this for use as a media player in the lounge and it has really shined in this role. The first thing I did was head over to ebay and pick up a Windows Media Center remote & reciever for it (~$20) and then grabbed the XBMC live ISO. The rest is history. It plays 1080p content without breaking a sweat thanks to the onboard acceleration by the ION chipset, and having an HDMI output means that the images are presented with digital clarity and vibrance. My only (minor) gripes are that it would have been nice to have a built in optical disk reader of some sort (although it's not hard to install XBMC via USB drive anyway), an integrated IR recieved would have been the cream on the cake (but for $20, you can't really complain anyway) and the power button feels a little...plasticy...and doesn't give the tactile feedback that one expects from the otherwise excellent build quality. In operation it's silent. The fans run at startup, but once they spin back down, you don't hear them again. If you're in the market for a home media player. This is the item you want and you won't be disappointed.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Using this as a Home Theater PC

    Posted
    danielduck
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    I'm using this pc purely as a HTPC. It is hooked up to a 120" HD Projector I have it running Windows 7 Home Premium flawlessly and picked up a hand held wireless controller for it. It shows movies flawlessly. Even HD movies using XBMC. The only time it can slow down is when using flash based apps/video such as Hulu desktop. Some Boxee apps also run a bit sluggish especially Clicker. However once the show starts playing it picks right up to speed. Just make sure you pick up the latest drivers. Hooking it up was a snap. Plugged in the HDMI cable to my reciever and done. For the money I honestly couldn't be happier. For $200 I completely got rid of the cable company. I have access to all of my favorite shows right from the web through hulu desktop and boxee plus much more. When a faster revision is released I will upgrade to that and hook this up to my bedroom TV. It's a keeper Note: you will spend a few hours getting rid of all the useless programs installed on and slowing this machine down. I would highly recommend just wiping the hard drive to start with and start with a clean slate.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    You get what you pay for people...

    Posted
    BobE

    It is what it is people... For those of you that wrote about it being slow, you should have looked at the specs. Its got and ATOM processor and 1GB of RAM... What about that implies that it will be fast??? And as far as reliability goes... Its a computer for $200, what do you want... There is a 1 year manufacturer warranty for a reason. Beyond that any computer can have problems. For the money this is a great little machine. Bottom line is that it does what it was intended to do... Browse the web, email, word process, and other SIMPLE things (THIS IS NOT A HIGH END MACHINE, IT IS $200, LESS THAN THE COST OF MANY SMART PHONES!!!). It also has an HDMI port which makes it a great media center if you want to stream videos to your tv. If you are looking for a simple machine to use as a media center with your tv or just to browse the web for you or maybe your children, this is a great option for the money. Do not write bad reveiws about something because it doesnt fit your processing needs, that is your own fault for buying it.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Good machine

    Posted
    Yitry
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    I really only have two gripes. The amount of junk-ware on this box is unbelievable. I've gone about disabling everything through msconfig and the box is running considerably better now. I'm still considering, as others here have suggested, wiping the box and installing a clean OS. My biggest problem, and I haven't seen this mentioned here, is with the behavior of the HDMI port. I purchased this as a media machine for my entertainment system. For the most part it has worked quite well in that role for streaming content off Netflix, Hulu, photo shows etc. However, I'm running the HDMI port through my home theater system, and when I switch to another HDMI device, the Acer turns off its HDMI port and switches video back to the VGA port. If anyone has any suggestions on how to get it to permanently default to the HDMI port I would really appreciate it. There's a good vid on YouTube on how to open the box to add more memory or change the hard drive. Just search for "Acer Revo Memory" it should pop up as the first vid.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Very Interesting Product for the money

    Posted
    msud

    The initial thought was to use this as a secondary source for streaming internet content on TV. Bought the 1G memory upgrade kit and ran this at 2GB. Good Options for TV friendliness. Installed XMBC and followed with Boxee software. Great interface to access on line streaming content. Ran into issues with 1080P content and changed it down to 1080i and the performance was flawless. Amazon HD, Netflix, Vimeo etc all had great response. ( its a hog for high quality HD content4 to 5MBps needed) Also used it as a secondary laptop/desktop. Bought a wireless kelyboard and mouse kit from ebay. Not the friendliest of the ways to work. constantly have to change the font size on webpages. Found a work around and how happy. Downside: spend 100 bucks more and get xbox 360 but its 50% more expensive and i am not into games. + i dont want to keep forking money over to microsoft. I already pay them enough. Overall a great buy for 200 bucks. would recommend to anyone who want to enjoy internet content on HDTV.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Aspire 1600

    Posted
    mark741
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    This is a great computer for the price. It's a quick little box and seems to run anything that I throw at it. I use it mostly for streaming netflix and surfing the net. You can upgrade it if you want there are a bunch of how-to's one the net on how to upgrade it. The only thing that is subpar is the mouse just feels very cheap, it works fine but it just feels like after a bunch of use it would fail. I went out and bought a logitech mouse for it much better fit. When I saw the keyboard I thought oh boy this is going to be just like the mouse but I was very happy with the feel and responsiveness of the keyboard. I upgraded the os to windows 7 and it took it with no problem. If you are thinking of installing windows 7, upgrade the ram 1gig just doesn't work. I had a 1gig sodimm sitting around and upgraded it. Overall this computer is quite nice and should work fine for surfing the net and simple things in its current configuration. If you want to do anything more you should upgrade the memory.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Quite a Find!

    Posted
    spitinkitten

    The computer I normally go to work on completely went south, and I have been dreading the idea of replacing it because you cannot find Windows XP anymore, and that is the only operating system my work will allow. I happened to run across the Acer Aspire, and I was quite impressed with the size, it takes up so little room it is amazing. When I found out it had Windows XP, I was sold! The price was outstanding! It cost just a little more than the hard disk I was going to replace in my now defunct computer. It is energy efficient, which I love, it does not heat up my office like my old computer did, and it looks nice sitting there on my desk. I do not like the idea that it has no optical drive, but that is an easy fix with an external. Absolutely no manuals in it either, it would have been nice to have them included instead of hunting everywhere for specs and such. But overall I saved a ton of money and got a nice little system that does exactly what I need it to do!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    GREAT PC and CHEAP!! Great features

    Posted
    kp
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    I need a pc that runs on XP for work to set up in my tool box. This is perfect! Great pc. HDMI out into my 48" bravia is crystal clear. Can watch streaming video with no prob. 6 usb ports are great to have. Runs all day and doesnt even get warm. Just as fast as ne reglular PC pleanty of memory and expandable. Im thinkin about getting another to set up at home with my TV. for $200.00 u cant go wrong. Uses a standard notebook hard drive so you can upgrade that if you need to also. Biggest down fall is no cdrom... not a big deal you can pretty much D/L everydriver you need of the internet, BUT it doesnt come with format disk but gives you the option to burn them. SO youll need to get an external burner to make your CD's

    I would recommend this to a friend