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Old 06-07-2010, 02:35 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default This comp. worth buying or should i get a dif. one.??

My college is selling this and i figured since it would be pre set up with a service desk at the school it might be worth it but dont want to get too screwed over. It's 1k and made by NexLink

System Components Product Description
Operating System Microsoft Windows 7 Professional Edition 64 Bit
CPU Intel Core i3 Processor 2.26GHz
Display Size 15.6" LED Display 16:9 aspect Ratio
1366x768 Resolution
Video Adapter Integrated Intel Graphics Media Accelerator
Web Camera Integrated 1.3 MP Web Cam
Memory 4GB DDR/3 1066MHZ (2 DIMMS)
Hard Drive 160GB 5400 RPM SATA w/Accelerometer and built-in theft alarm
Optical Drive Tray load CD/DVD+/-RW Drive
Wireless 802.11b/g/n WLAN
Network Interface Intel 10/100/1000 LAN
Ports 1- RJ45 ethernet
4- USB 2.0
1- VGA output
2 Audio Jacks (Speaker and Mic)
Devices 3 in 1 Media Card Reader
Audio HighDef Integrated stereo sound
Battery Li-Ion, 6-Cell
Productivity Software MS Office Professional 2010 installed
Antivirus/AntiSpyware Software Pre-installed Antivirus/Antispyware protection
System Restore Nexlink PC Angel Software Recovery Solution
Warranty 3 Year Parts and Labor (with Local Courier Return to Seneca Data)
Weight 5.7 lbs
Dimensions 15.33" (l) x 8.81" (w) x 1.36" (h)

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Old 06-07-2010, 02:45 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Default Re: This comp. worth buying or should i get a dif. one.??

well.. that completely depends on what you want to do with this computer. if you want to max out new games, then no this comp[uter isnt going to work for you. if its going to be a standard home computer this will be fine. but also, not ideal, especially for $1000.
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