Conclusion: If the Z3 offered a price incentive against similarly configured all-in-ones, we might recommend it for budget shoppers looking for a basic, space-saving system for dorm rooms or cramped home offices. As it stands, we prefer Acer's better-looking Aspire 5600U.
Conclusion: Acer’s Aspire Z3-605 is not the kind of product people will swoon over. No detective dramas will feature it in the background; no spenders will buy it to impress their friends. But that doesn’t mean the Aspire Z3 is undeserving of respect. Simple, inexpensive, and affordable, this $850 AiO boasts a beautiful display, plenty of storage, and good connectivity.
Pros: Simple but functional design, Excellent display, Good sound quality, Silent operation and low power draw
Cons: Plain exterior lacks style, Performance is far below average, No optional solid-state drive, Competitors provide better value