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Dell Inspiron 19.5" Touch-Screen - Intel Pentium - 4GB Memory - 1TB Hard Drive - Black All-In-One PC $349

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not super in spec...
but is a pretty good price as an AIO

Your total PC package Versatility and value: Do homework, balance your budget or watch a movie. The Inspiron 20 All-in-One desktop is a complete PC set-up that offers versatility for whatever you need to do. By combining a PC, monitor and speakers, the Inspiron 20 is ready to go right out of the box. Reliable performance: From surfing the web to streaming video, Intel processors power every task and deliver exceptional HD graphics.
Beautiful all-in-one design Lay-flat flexibility: Work and watch comfortably with a 20-degree tilt in stand mode, or fold Inspiron 20 nearly flat to add a new level of comfort to games, videos and more. Prefer to see your work on the wall? This all-in-one can be easily mounted. (VESA wall mount sold separately). Thin and light: Weighing in at about eight pounds, this sleek all-in-one desktop is light enough to move anywhere in the house, from the home office to the living room or wherever you need it.
Multimedia power Home entertainment for sharing: The 19.5" HD+ display delivers crisp, bold visuals and is big enough to gather around with friends and family for movie night. Premium sound: Waves MaxxAudio with built-in subwoofer and speakers delivers award-winning, immersive sound.
Essential Features for Easy Connectivity: Clear communication - The built-in 720p webcam makes it easy to stay in touch with distant friends and family. Get online quickly with an 802.11n WiFi connection. Easy access to your data - Three USB 2.0 ports and an HDMI port offer flexible connectivity and data transfer options.
Proactive: Advice and alerts let you know about issues before they happen, and tools to fix them if they arise.
Simple: Get easy access to Dell support, warranty information and services to help you save time and reduce hassle.
Trustworthy: Dell Back-up and Recovery provides flexible, automated backup and recovery to ensure your precious pictures, music and files remain safe. This feature is accessible through the My Dell interface.
Media Card Reader 4-in-1 Media Card Reader and USB 3.0
Display 19.5-inch HD+ (1600 x 900) Truelife LED-Backlit Touch Display
Wireless Connectivity 802.11bgn + Bluetooth 4.0, 2.4 GHz, 1x1
Intel Pentium J3710

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Dude. This wouldn't be a deal 2 years ago....
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Just what I need for the kid's room!!! Thanks OP!
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Thanks OP! Been looking for something cheap for my elderly mother to get on from time to time
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This could be a pretty decent machine with a cheap SSD upgrade.
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This could be a pretty decent machine with a cheap SSD upgrade.
And possibly a processor swap in the future?
Hopefully it's not soldered
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You're better off buying an iPad than this garbage
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1.6 processor..I'm out.
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And possibly a processor swap in the future?
Hopefully it's not soldered
It is probably a mobile CPU and soldered onto the motherboard
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I'd also consider the HP 22-b016 AIO computer [staples.com] with the same Pentium N3710 CPU and similar spec (though non-touch screen) for $360 at Staples. It goes on sale for $350 quite often (2 weeks in February already) and was $300 during 2016 BF if your search SD (which shows how old the CPU is). It has a 21.5" FHD 1080p IPS non-touch screen (vs. 19.5" 900p touch for the Dell). The HP has 2 SODIMM slots so upgrading from 4GB to 8GB requires adding another 4GB instead of replacing with a 8GB on the one-slot Dell. Neither AIO has an M.2 SSD slot, so SSD upgrade will involve swapping either the HDD or DVD drive with an SATA SSD (SATA SSD are cheaper than M.2 ones, and you don't really need the speed of M.2 with this low-end system anyway).

Another AIO choice is the Acer Aspire AZ3 AZ3-700-UR11 [bhphotovideo.com] also for $350 at B&H Photo. Pentium N3710 CPU (barely any difference from the J3710), 128GB SSD instead of 1TB HDD, 17.3" FHD 1080p IPS touchscreen, wireless keyboard/mouse, no Ethernet and fewer USB ports. The kicker is it has a built-in battery for a 5 hours life, unusual for an AIO PC, and is only 4.4 lb for moving around places.
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It is probably a mobile CPU and soldered onto the motherboard
The Pentium J3710 is a desktop CPU but is soldered (FCBGA1170). In fact, all Atom CPUs since first one released in 2008, desktop (nettop) or mobile (netbook, etc), including Celeron and Pentium derivatives are only available in BGA -- soldered onto the motherboard. Same story with (AFAIK) all Core i3/i5/i7 CPUs with TDP<=15W but that's another story. Even if it is socketed, the J3710 (circa Jan 2016) is the fastest Braswell CPU Intel made so there's nothing faster worth upgrading to, the next gen Apollo Lake (Pentium J4205, Sep 2016) uses a different FCBGA1296 "socket".
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What do you guys think about this Costco deal?

https://m.costco.com/HP-15-bs033cl-Touchscreen-Laptop---Intel-Core-i3.product.100358989.html

$360+ tax (Costco 25% off deal)
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This recent post - https://slickdeals.net/f/11353811-asus-19-5-inch-portable-touch-screen-aio-i5-8gb-ram-1tb-hdd-349-after-20-rebate-free-shipping?src=SiteSearchV2_SearchBarV2Algo1

is the same price but looks to be better specs all around. Not sure why the love for this one specifically....anyone care to explain?
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This recent post - https://slickdeals.net/f/11353811-asus-19-5-inch-portable-touch-screen-aio-i5-8gb-ram-1tb-hdd-349-after-20-rebate-free-shipping?src=SiteSearchV2_SearchBarV2Algo1

is the same price but looks to be better specs all around. Not sure why the love for this one specifically....anyone care to explain?
I was intrigued by that deal too, though I did post my reservations over there:

- It is a refurb.
- Numerous report of bad battery in that portable AIO. The PC is from 2015 so the chance of it sitting in the warehouse for months (if not over a year) and having a dead battery is pretty high. Judging from my experience, PC laptops with battery installed (which this portable AIO is basically) have a much higher battery discharge rate than (Android/iOS) phones/tablets when powered off.

If you don't care about the battery, then the Asus has much better hardware: Core i5-5200U CPU and 8GB RAM.
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I was intrigued by that deal too, though I did post my reservations over there:

- It is a refurb.
- Numerous report of bad battery in that portable AIO. The PC is from 2015 so the chance of it sitting in the warehouse for months (if not over a year) and having a dead battery is pretty high. Judging from my experience, PC laptops with battery installed (which this portable AIO is basically) have a much higher battery discharge rate than (Android/iOS) phones/tablets when powered off.

If you don't care about the battery, then the Asus has much better hardware: Core i5-5200U CPU and 8GB RAM.
I personally wouldn't hesitate getting a refurb from somewhere like Newegg....and if the battery is an issue....free return. Doesn't seem likely it would show up to be an issue out of nowhere once return period has ended.

The specs and additional portability makes that small possible inconvenience worth it, in my eyes.
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I was intrigued by that deal too, though I did post my reservations over there:

- It is a refurb.
- Numerous report of bad battery in that portable AIO. The PC is from 2015 so the chance of it sitting in the warehouse for months (if not over a year) and having a dead battery is pretty high. Judging from my experience, PC laptops with battery installed (which this portable AIO is basically) have a much higher battery discharge rate than (Android/iOS) phones/tablets when powered off.

If you don't care about the battery, then the Asus has much better hardware: Core i5-5200U CPU and 8GB RAM.
Can I just say that I love my fellow SDers? I find myself reading through threads like this one long after I've passed on the deal just because the comments are so insightful. Seriously, I learn so many random and helpful facts. I love it.
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