Summary: This is my first new desktop in five years. I had a Sony Vaio all-in-one met with a merciful end. Overall, this is a really nice machine. The downsides for those who care are McAfee (in my opinion it's garbage--I use AVG and really like it); the keyboard is cheap (it has a horrible feel, actually no feel), and the mouse is so-so.
Summary: We had a good experience with the seller and are very happy with this system, It has a wireless keyboard and mouse and is fast. It was upgraded to 8.1 as soon as we received it with quiet a few other upgrades. It took us a day or 2 to get used to windows 8 but we are pleased with this purchase and the price we paid. Once we downloaded the necessary driver for our printer it was great. Now our laptop and Imac and this system all use the same printer.
Summary: It sure is nice not having a computer tower sitting on the floor in my little space under my desk. I love this all in one. easy to plug in USB's and other things because it sits on my desk which makes it so much easier to reach I no longer have to struggle to plug things into my computer. It's all handy and easy. make your next computer an all in one and you'll see for yourself how easy it is.
Summary: My old Dell was purchased in 2007, so it was definitely time for a new computer. The reason I bought another Dell is because they always last me so long. 6 years return on a computer is pretty good. I was hesitant about purchasing an all in one computer but for my purposes it is perfect and I love it. Very easy to set up. Just plug and play. It is virtually all wireless, even my printer. I LOVE that there are no more cords all over the place.
Summary: This all in one from Dell was easy to setup and use. Saves a lot of space in my office. Everything is wireless so it's pretty much plug and play. I like the fact that there is a place on the back to plug a second monitor - nothing to buy.
Good product, don't buy the Square Trade insurance
Kevin C. Higgins "Kevin", Amazon
10 October 2013
Summary: $725 delivered Oct 2013. Amazon does not charge taxes nowadays for products shipped directly from manufacturers outside your state. Seems tricky, but on $700 computer, that saves $60. Seems great for kids so far, great price. The Square Trade insurance has a maximum amount of damage coverage of $125, which isn't shown on the Amazon website, or if it was, I didn't see it.