I really like these. I've been trying out low-cost
Paul Ruby, Amazon
4 November 2014
Summary: I really like these. I've been trying out low-cost, low-power, tiny-as possible PCs to make a couple DIY arcades. This works really well and is my "keeper" for making the arcade. I have two fo them and they were both really easy to get working. I used a USB2.0 DVD drive to install the OS and get drivers loaded up. No issues at all.
Summary: A passable machine for the money but rather slow off the line; this is due to the 2gb of RAM for the most part, but once you expand that (not costly) it zips along despite Windows 7 being such a dogged operating system (thing eats memory). Upgrade it, CCleaner it, and it does just fine as a on-the-side computer for watching Netflix, streamers, or otherwise; decent video quality & quiet. Easy to set up, but the mouse is quirky in battery placement.
Summary: I purchased two of these in the past. Here's what you do to hook these little bad boys up, which are awesome btw!!! 1. Purchase a SSD ($75-ish for 120gb) 2. Max out memory to 4gb ($40) 3. Clone 5400 rpm drive to the SSD PURE PROFIT as these things are outstanding after the upgrades.