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User Info: SnoicFactor

SnoicFactor
2 weeks ago#1
dont mind paying a bit more for prebuilt but is it okay? just need it for office work ty

https://www.officedepot.com/a/products/801413/Dell-Inspiron-3464-All-In-One/
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User Info: WalkingPlague

WalkingPlague
2 weeks ago#2
SnoicFactor posted...
dont mind paying a bit more for prebuilt but is it okay? just need it for office work ty

https://www.officedepot.com/a/products/801413/Dell-Inspiron-3464-All-In-One/

No idea what you do for work to determine if its what you would need. Don't expect nuch from pre-builts.
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User Info: SkyLey

SkyLey
2 weeks ago#3
go with an i3 laptop for office

User Info: kobalobasileus

kobalobasileus
2 weeks ago#4
No discrete GPU = Crap.

User Info: ApexMjolnir

ApexMjolnir
2 weeks ago#5
dell dimension... there are a million people that have no issues with using these desktops, for office work.

Any small network, is dependant on a good server handling the tough stuff. If it is just for working on spreadsheets, and word documents, you can get a PC from Craigslist for $30 and it will get the job done.

Shoot, you can get an older macbook, for $100.
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User Info: sampama226

sampama226
2 weeks ago#6
kobalobasileus posted...
No discrete GPU = Crap.


This if you're spending $800 and you're not getting a dedicated GPU, you can do better.
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User Info: ClunkerSlim

ClunkerSlim
2 weeks ago#7
kobalobasileus posted...
No discrete GPU = Crap.

Not just that. It's an All-In-One so that's also a mobile CPU. All In Ones are never really a great deal unless you specifically fit the user case that needs one. That being said, most All In Ones hover around $1400, so if you're just looking to buy something easy for your Grandmother then it might be an option.
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User Info: JKatarn

JKatarn
2 weeks ago#8
If you just need a basic use machine that seems a bit pricey, unless you REALLY need that touch screen. Also, keep in mind, because it's an all-in-one that uses a proprietary form-factor/parts, your upgrade options will be very limited, so if you decide you want to do more gaming down the line, you're SOL.
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