the dell is not a touch screen. so what are you compering?
the lowest this was on hp site was 549.99
The Dell I quoted was the $325 non-touch 23" AIO not the Dell i-5 that I purchased and think is a better deal than the HP and the Lenovo that was posted today and mentioned in this thread: http://slickdeals.net/f/5124986-499-99-Lenovo-IdeaCentre-B520e-31111MU-23-All-in-One-PC-multi-touch
$499.99 Lenovo IdeaCentre B520e (31111MU) 23" All-in-One PC (multi-touch)
Lenovo IdeaCentre B520e (31111MU) 23" All-in-One PC
Frameless Multi-Touch Screen
Intel Core i3 2120(3.30GHz)
500GB HDD Capacity (7200rpm)
Windows 7 Home Premium 64-Bit
One Key TV - Independent Hardware TV
The Dell I have is back at their outlet for $589: http://outlet.us.dell.com/ARBOnli...d=9861a827
Inspiron One 2320
Processor: Intel Core i5-2400 processor (2.5GHz,6MB Cache)
Genuine Windows 7 Home Premium
Inspiron One 2320 Touch
1 TB SATA Hard Drive 7200 RPM
6 GB DDR3 SDRAM 1333MHz (2 DIMMs)
8X DVD +/- RW Drive
1 GB Graphics
Many people here are really excited about the Lenovo but I must say that give me the better i-5 2400S true quad core processor, 2 more GB of ram, 2X larger HD, and most importantly IMO a Nvidia Geforce™ GT 525M graphics card vs the i3-2130's HD 2000 (I think it is not a HD3000) especially when you compare to a dedicated graphics card of my Dell. The Lenovo does have the TV tuner which is really cool, especially if you are going to mount it like in your kitchen or living room.
in fact hp is the leader in the computer world and most reliable, with the best customer support. they gave unbelievable support on my laptop.
there for there products are worth more then the other brands
I must say that I have a HP dv-9000 17" laptop that I bought in March 2008 and I have used almost daily and without any hardware problems that required tech support or a repair. The fan is now noisy so it's end is probably near ....BUT I have read a lot of people not happy with their HP products and Richard posting the reliability ratings speaks volumes over your poorly written claims.
you need to get your fact straitened up!!
you're telling me Toshiba and Lenovo does a better job then apple?? and intersting how Sony stands next to Acer!?
I am really sorry to be the one to tell you this. Are you sitting down? ok- here goes:
Just because you pay a lot for something doesn't mean it is reliable.
Those aren't his numbers. They are Rescuecom's. They refer to RELIABILITY, not support. Apple's support would no doubt blow Lenovo's out of the water.
I am glad Sony is so low. I'm definitely no pro, but out of all the computers that I've repaired over the years, Sony and Apple have been the most irreparable ones. BGA problems that could not be fixed with a reflow, but to be fair that can happen with any mfr.
Work is saturated with Thinkcentres and I've only had to replace parts that were fried through our own fault (no surge protector, etc). I can honestly say I've never seen a Thinkpad go down, either, fwiw.
i think an A4 is just as a I3, just because Intel does better branding doesn't mean its much better
I disagree, this is why AMD released the A10, to put it more in line with an i7. Look at benchmarks. The A10 performs similarly to some of the slower i7s, and each processor series below that tends to line up with the Intel counterpart of a lesser series as well
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