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Is this good for a 2nd grader
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I feel like I'm nitpicking but I honestly don't get how anyone who uses this Pentium and windows 10 with a slow hard drive can function. Chrome os is going to start to mop the floor with windows if they don't get less bloat
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I feel like I'm nitpicking but I honestly don't get how anyone who uses this Pentium and windows 10 with a slow hard drive can function. Chrome os is going to start to mop the floor with windows if they don't get less bloat
How many chromebook you see that used a hard drive?
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I feel like I'm nitpicking but I honestly don't get how anyone who uses this Pentium and windows 10 with a slow hard drive can function. Chrome os is going to start to mop the floor with windows if they don't get less bloat
SSDs are cheap and nothing says blazing speed and compatibility like Chrome OS. Confused It has it's uses but that is definitely comparing apples and oranges.
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How many chromebook you see that used a hard drive?
I haven't because they know you want speed not storage at this price point
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SSDs are cheap and nothing says blazing speed and compatibility like Chrome OS. Confused It has it's uses but that is definitely comparing apples and oranges.
I think it's getting better. I mean 95 percent of users only use the browser and now with the office online and most printers with cloud print it's getting closer
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I think it's getting better. I mean 95 percent of users only use the browser and now with the office online and most printers with cloud print it's getting closer
I guess. If I was looking at that route, I'd just get an iPad with a Bluetooth keyboard case.
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I haven't because they know you want speed not storage at this price point
You wouldn't be getting any kind of speed in an AiO at this price. Storage is cheap. Speed is another story.
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Looks easy enough to get a generic or used SSD, download windows 10 from a reputable source, and insert the license key.
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Thanks OP. I was in the market for one of these and the price is great. Excellent timing!
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Never bought from Rakuten before. How fast is their shipping?
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The benchmark scores for the cpu.... Ouch...
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Looks easy enough to get a generic or used SSD, download windows 10 from a reputable source, and insert the license key.
I actually just set up two Inspiron AiOs for my in-laws. They were a bit higher end than these but came with the 5400 RPM 1TB drives (and 8GB of RAM in 1 slot instead of 2x 4GB which was nice)

All I did was install windows on the factory drives, download the Windows Utility on a flash drive, swap out the factory drives for the SSDs then reinstalled Windows using the Utility. Threw the 1TB drives in $6 exterior enclosures and wiped those for external storage.

All told it was about a $70 upgrade to each machine.
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I actually just set up two Inspiron AiOs for my in-laws. They were a bit higher end than these but came with the 5400 RPM 1TB drives (and 8GB of RAM in 1 slot instead of 2x 4GB which was nice)

All I did was install windows on the factory drives, download the Windows Utility on a flash drive, swap out the factory drives for the SSDs then reinstalled Windows using the Utility. Threw the 1TB drives in $6 exterior enclosures and wiped those for external storage.

All told it was about a $70 upgrade to each machine.
Not knocking you for your dedication and lucky in-laws, but that process is time intensive, and this computer probably isn't worth that effort. Good on you, though - if I didn't have kids I would find that a fun project.
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