Lenovo Specs Sleek All-in-One Desktop

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Keith E. Whisman

Perhaps they can provide a larger screen alternative on a case by case basis.  I like it. I wouldn't call it a gaming machine but as for light gaming I can swallow that. I want one with a 30" to 32" inch display and beefier graphics but gaming isn't what this thing is meant for. I believe that a gaming machine needs to be designed from the ground up with upgradability a central theme. An office box can last four or more years while a gaming machine may last two or three years without an upgrade. 

So I wouldn't get this for gaming I would get it for everything else though.... Looks great.. 

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Muerte

Well, when you try to pack 10lbs of shit in a 5lb bag that will happen.  I had the displeasure of working on a POS (point of sale not piece of shit) computer.  Basically a glorified cash register.  Anyhow it was self contained and you never saw so many cables, powerpacks and hubs packed into a box the size of a desktop PC.

I had to take a picture of it to make sure I got everything back together right.  What a mess.  I completely agree, that they make these things look cool at the expense of maintaining them. 

On the bright side, you can always charge more for pain and suffering. :)

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Talcum X

 $65/hr for PCs and $75 for laptops.  And that's what this looks like, a laptop bent backwards and the KB removed...and I'm sure just has hard to work on.

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neo1piv14

Coming from someone who worked at a repair shop for people's home computers, I can honestly say that I loathe these types of machines. Now most of the ones that I worked on were Sonys, so there's only so well they could have performed even brand new, but all-in-one computers are a pain to work on. When a company tries to make something slim and sexy to save space, they seem to follow the mantra that it must be horrifyingly bad to work on. That's not to say I don't wish I had this thing sitting in my room, but I'd hate to have it sitting on my work bench. 

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