Anyone have any thoughts? Love the 17 inch screen, but for future proofing, maybe the higher performing Acer is the way to go.
posted: Jan. 5, 2013 @ 1:29p
Ended up taking the leap for a family member. It's fairly nice although my 2 year old loaded Vaio running a core 2 firstname.lastname@example.org with Blu-ray burner etc runs much smoother, after just installing windows 8 on it. Putting this HP on high performance, it still lags a little. On its own right, it's fine, but its definitely not a high performer. If its for light usage, its perfect, but for a heavy user, you will want something more powerful.
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