Summary: Overall, this Acer is a decent choice and offers a few features, such as a Blu-ray player, not found in other all-in-one PCs on the market. However I feel it falls short in some media areas and does not perform on the gaming front.
Summary: Purchased 44 (eventually more) to use as interactive informational kiosks. The units work well for this because they have no exterior buttons that people can press to mess with the display settings. The unit looks sleek and nice but they are very reflective and the typical fingerprint issue, but that isn't really surprising. It is annoying that they don't make the intel core i7 and Nvidia branding stickers easier to remove, since they leave behind sticky residue.
Beautiful machine, good performance, slow startup.
Amazon Customer, Amazon
6 August 2013
Summary: This is a small footprint all-in-one with a very large screen. The machine itself is very attractive and performs very well. I run finite difference Fortran simulations in the background while running Outlook, Word etc actively and notice no lag. For what you get as regards technical specs, it is expensive though. But for the whole package, the price is decent.
Summary: I ordered 1 of these and currently ordering 3 more for our office shortly. The only flaw to this is the 5400 rpm drive. it does use the 30mb cache. Unlike what the previous reviewer stated. the cache drive is not suppose to be visible intentionally. Install intel rapid storage and see for yourself that the cache drive is being used as an accelerator drive through the raid. Arrogant uneducated fools can ruin sales...