Pros: Ease of setup and use. Truly a plug and play machine.
Cons: You may have difficulty changing the video card. It is a 300 watt machine and the included one is 74 watts. You would not just have to play with the bios you will need a new power supply. I like the card and have no planes to replace this is a response to another review.
Other Thoughts: I have replaced the video card in every computer I have owned, only once did I not have to upgrade the power supply, it will work just unstable with low power. Never known a company that would support all that and maintain a warranty, much less support it.
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I would not recommend this computer
Pros: It is inexpensive and has everything you need in it
Cons: You cannot replace the discrete video card, I have tried several including a brand new ASUS video card. You do not even get the bios screeen, so you need to live with the cheap video card they include until you dispose of the machine. The bios is glitchy. I had to set it to PCIE from auto for it to work with HDMI for my monitor and I had to figure this out myself.
Other Thoughts: I have never before had a computer where you could not replace the video card, though I must admit I have not bought a lot of preassembled computers. The final answer from support was, the only video card we support is the one installed in it and honestly, they did not even figure out the problems with that.
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“Ease of setup and use. Truly a plug and play machine.”— 1/7/2013
“You cannot replace the discrete video card, I have tried several including a brand new ASUS video card. You do not even ...”— UsuallyHappier 11/9/2012