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HP Pavilion 24-b223w 23.8" All-in-One PC, Intel Core i3-7100T, 6GB Memory, 1TB Hard Drive, Wireless Keyboard and Mouse, Windows 10 YYMV $299.99

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All-in-One Touch PC
Intel Core i3-7100T processor
6 GB of RAM
Full HD IPS 23.8" Touchscreen display
custom audio tuning by B&O PLAY
1TB Hard Drive
Wireless Keyboard and Mouse
Windows 10

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Every always says that 8gb is the mim for RAM. Is this good enough with 6gb for the price?
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If you consider that the cheapest you can get a 24" class monitor is $100 and the W10 license costs $90, you're getting the rest of the computer for $110! This is a great deal for light duty office apps and browsing the internet.

4GB RAM is the minimum, 8GB+ is recommended but plenty of budget systems are working fine in the field with only 4GB RAM. You'll see more 'everyday' benefit spending $30 on a small SSD upgrade than $30 on RAM upgrades IMHO.
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Every always says that 8gb is the mim for RAM. Is this good enough with 6gb for the price?
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I got a budget pc for the inlaws that only had 4gb of RAM. it wasn't enough. Windows regularly was using 3-3.5 gb, which really bogged down the pc. I ended up getting a 16 gb set for them, and it runs great now. Anyway, moral of the story, 4GB is not enough
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It shows $100 at a Walmart that is 25miles away with 2quantities. I'd love to get it but Walmart has always given me nothing for such deals. And employees won't help.
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If you consider that the cheapest you can get a 24" class monitor is $100 and the W10 license costs $90, you're getting the rest of the computer for $110! This is a great deal for light duty office apps and browsing the internet.

4GB RAM is the minimum, 8GB+ is recommended but plenty of budget systems are working fine in the field with only 4GB RAM. You'll see more 'everyday' benefit spending $30 on a small SSD upgrade than $30 on RAM upgrades IMHO.
Windows 10 can be had for a lot less Google it.
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I would love to see legitimate examples of W10 licenses for a lot less than $90. I haven't come across them.
Your kidding right? Do a Google search. All the windows 10 pro licenses that I have activated that I paid 5$ for work just fine.
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I would love to see legitimate examples of W10 licenses for a lot less than $90. I haven't come across them.
you can get plenty of windows keys off of ebay through european sellers. EU laws allow for computer shops to sell software from salvaged pc's, etc. overall, i think it's fine.
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Your kidding right? Do a Google search. All the windows 10 pro licenses that I have activated that I paid 5$ for work just fine.
I'm happy for you but there's a difference between a "working" copy of W10 and a legitimate license.

I wrote my response for the majority of the people for whom a legitimate copy of W10 does cost $90+.
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I'm happy for you but there's a difference between a "working" copy of W10 and a legitimate license.

I wrote my response for the majority of the people for whom a legitimate copy of W10 does cost $90+.
You actually never need a "functioning" key at all. Just an FYI
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I'm happy for you but there's a difference between a "working" copy of W10 and a legitimate license.

I wrote my response for the majority of the people for whom a legitimate copy of W10 does cost $90+.
Do a Google search majority doesn't pay retail for lisenses most people keep transferring their free ones from windows 7 or 8 upgrades.
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I got a budget pc for the inlaws that only had 4gb of RAM. it wasn't enough. Windows regularly was using 3-3.5 gb, which really bogged down the pc. I ended up getting a 16 gb set for them, and it runs great now. Anyway, moral of the story, 4GB is not enough
But this is 6gb, does that mean u still feel that its not enough?
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Shows a Walmart 30 miles from me has it for $100 with limited stock. I've never had luck with other Walmart deals at this location. Says it has some in stock but never available when I show up.
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