Time To Finally Get A Computer


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#2

Are you upgrading, sidegrading, or just adding a second/third monitor this holiday?


#3

AOC 22 inch has 5 stars on newegg and 4.5 on amazon

Thinking about biting… good price in the end. Anybody have any experience with it?


#4

Yes, I bought this exact one about 2 weeks ago when it was on sale then. It is very light compared to my Acer monitors and the stand is somewhat flimsy and wobbles when I bump the desk, but I think the picture is very nice and bright. I am glad I pulled the trigger on it so far.


#5

A guide to the Hero line of printers.

The Kodak Hero 7.1 All-in-One Printer is s a step-up version of the 5.1. It offers faster print speeds and a larger 3.5-inch LCD panel. The 7.1 also offers higher 2400 dot-per-inch optical scanning; the ability to copy and scan legal-size documents; and a scan-to-network option.


#6

I would like to get the H8-1445, but the problem is that it comes with regular Windows 8 and I need Pro. Strangely, if it came with Windows 7 Home, I could upgrade it to 8 Pro for $15. To upgrade 8 to Pro costs (as best I can tell) $70! Anyone have any thoughts on how to get around this?


#7

Windows 8? Seriously? I can’t believe people buy that shit.


#8

I also got one a few weeks ago. Same with the other poster, I think its a great monitor for the price. It is a little low but nothing a little stand wouldn’t fix if it does bother you. Great color and I am enjoying it a great deal.


#9

How… Portable are the “all in one” computers? :slight_smile:

Sorry, love the concept of a full keyboard and 1T, can’t BELIEVE I’m even considering hauling one of those around…


#10

hello oldschool speakers! Those Koss faded white speakers look…uhm…

old.


#11

Will those Koss speakers work with my 2X CD-ROM drive and SoundBlaster 16?

Those Koss speakers are straight out of 1993. No, really, I think I had that set or one very close to it in 1993. These even look yellowed enough to be that old.


#12

Oh my word, a Day of the Tentacle reference. You got me – In for three on the speakers.


#13

According to what I read at the bottom of the ‘Specs’ tab, the HP Omni 27-1057C weighs 31.5 lbs, as does the 420-1100t…

So the question is not ‘how portable are they’, the question is: How strong is your back? :wink:

The Lenovo only weighs 23.8 lbs, BTW.