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Ebay - Lenovo IdeaCentre A340 AIO, 23.8"; FHD IPS Touch, i3-9100T, 4GB, 256GB SSD, Win 10 Home $549.99

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Model F0ER00BRUS
Product ideacentre A340-24ICK All-in-one Desktop
Processor Intel Core i3-9100T (4C / 4T, 3.1 / 3.7GHz, 6MB)
Graphics 1x Integrated Intel UHD Graphics 630
Chipset Intel B365
Memory 1x 4GB DIMM DDR4-2666
Storage 256GB SSD M.2 2280 PCIe x4 NVMe opal
Optical 1x 9.0mm DVD±RW
Media Reader 3-in-1 Card Reader
Display 23.8" FHD (1920x1080) WVA
Touchscreen 10-point Multi-touch
Camera 720p
Speaker 3Wx2
Ethernet Integrated 100/1000M
Microphone Mono
Stand AIO Stand
WLAN + Bluetooth 11ac, 1x1 + BT4.0
Color Business black
Keyboard USB Calliope Keyboard, Black, English
Mouse USB Calliope Mouse, Black
Power Supply 90W Adapter Black
Operating System Windows 10 Home 64, English
Base Warranty 1-year, Mail-in

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I played with this in store and the screen is wobbly as hell. If you blow on it hard, it would shake.
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Here's what you need to know if you're looking to buy this computer:

It's using a processor with T designation - it's low power, low thermal, and considerably lower in performance compared to its non-T cousins.

You're getting only 4GB of memory - you'll lag running Excel or just browsing a few tabs.

I'm not sure if the memory is expandable, but I hope you're comfortable with opening this thing up.

You could literally head to Woot and buy an older Optiplex Tower with far better specs, and still have money left over to buy a larger and better display after.
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Quote from JayL2087
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Here's what you need to know if you're looking to buy this computer:

It's using a processor with T designation - it's low power, low thermal, and considerably lower in performance compared to its non-T cousins.

You're getting only 4GB of memory - you'll lag running Excel or just browsing a few tabs.

I'm not sure if the memory is expandable, but I hope you're comfortable with opening this thing up.

You could literally head to Woot and buy an older Optiplex Tower with far better specs, and still have money left over to buy a larger and better display after.
Two available Dimm slots on this model.

True, this is lower-powered, but the same number of cores at a lower clock speed and lower TDP.
Benchmarks, if yer interested - https://www.cpubenchmark.net/comp...3479vs3488
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For this price, you should be getting at least an i5 and 8GB of RAM
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4GB ram. No Thank You.
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For $599, you are getting a shit here
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There is better one available June 24 at Costco for $549
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Avoid All-In-Ones.

They typically cost more than a laptop with the same (or better) specs, yet use the same internal hardware and have less versatility. Also, if one part of an AIO goes bad or is outdated, the whole thing is no longer worth keeping around.

Get a decent laptop, monitor, and keyboard.
Or get a VESA mountable USFF/TSFF PC that can mount to the back of your choice of monitor,
Example:
https://www.amazon.com/DeskMini-A...B0847T9DMY

Yes, once you add a comparable monitor, mouse, and KB it will be about $100 more than the AIO in the OP. For that $100 it's also serviceable, upgradeable, and has much better specs than the AIO. Also, if the monitor ever goes bad, you can hook it to another one, unlike the AIO. Or if the PC part goes bad or is outdated, you can use the monitor elsewhere after taking the PC off of it, unlike the AIO.

If AIO's were cheaper than laptops with the same specs, I would sing a different tune. But they aren't. It makes no sense considering they use laptop hardware but with no space/size restrictions you get with a laptop, so they can use the cheapest parts and materials for the display, M/KB.. etc... No Lithium battery either (lithium batteries potentially cost more to ship from overseas as well).
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There is better one available June 24 at Costco for $549
Do you have more details on this?
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