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Pros: The machine is fine. Cheap, good enough for office work.
Cons: Advertised as having Windows 7 Pro. Has a Windows 7 Pro license sticker on the case. Actually installed? Windows 7 Home Premium. Quality assurance fail. Thanks for the extra work to get that sorted out, kind of defeats the purpose of buying a cheap refurb if I have to sink man hours to get it right.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Inexpensive, comes with 64-bit Windows 7, no bloatware installed, plenty of RAM, decent processor.
Cons: Hard drive died after a month, no DVI or HDMI.
Other Thoughts: For a couple hundred bucks this is a perfectly fine home office machine. Don't bother trying to do any kind of serious gaming with it, but if you're looking for a basic box to run Office, browse the Internet, and some light graphics work, this should do it.
As mentioned above, the hard drive quit on me after about a month. Gave me a good excuse to throw an SSD in there and now it's super peppy (and even quieter). If it was a new, expensive machine I'd gripe about the drive failure, but what do you want for a cheap refurbished machine? It happpens.
Would buy again.