Can I ask what you plan to do with these? I have a relative with a Mac Mini and I've frequently considered something similar would be a good replacement for my notebook, since I now carry it almost exclusively by car between two locations where there are monitors, keyboards, and mice. This Dell would seem like a candidate but the components seem old and limited. Not sure it would do the job as a refresh to my notebook.
And if not this, are there other Windows-based devices with this kind of form factor, and more power than a Chromebook or Cloudbook?
muchagaita said: I almost jumped on this deal. But I couldn't pull the trigger. Will probs kick myself tomorrow, but not sure I need yet another machine in the house. Isnt it free returns, buy and decide when it arrives if you want to keep it
The desktop is still available at 94%. I am not going to bite on it, but I got the laptop earlier for 99 and I already got the ebates email confirming the 12% cb. That makes both the laptop and this deal really hot.
My concern is that its specs are no better than the Acer Chromebook we bought last year (except Windows vs Chrome). Admittedly that was more than $99 ($87 after CB) but at least it's self-contained. Though I guess I could add RAM capacity and storage space to this micro desktop, which I can't really do with the Chromebook.
ionxchanger said: yesidonoitall said: ionxchanger said: not worth it with celeron! paperweight desktop pc with bloated Windows on it. 2gb does no good ...I bet it will be a dead slow What specs do you want in a $100 pc
Another 100 bucks, you get i3 desktops with more ram. there was a HP proliant for 129 with i3 + 500 gb hDD + 4 Gb ram ... That was not my point and has nothing to do with it. You cannot compare apples @ $100 to oranges @ $200
The $100 model is perfect for many if not most people
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