|Graphics Coprocessor||Intel Integrated Graphics|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||4|
|Number of USB 3.0 Ports||3|
Acer Aspire Desktop, 7th Gen Intel Core i5-7400, 12GB DDR4, 2TB HDD, Windows 10 Home, TC-780-ACKI5
|Operating System||Windows 10|
|Hardware Interface||VGA, USB, DVD-RW, Ethernet, HDMI, USB 3.0, USB 2.0|
|Wireless Communication Technology||Wi-Fi|
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- 7th Generation Intel Core i5-7400 Processor (Up to 3.5GHz)
- 12GB DDR4 2400MHz Memory;Built to perform
- Connectivity- 802.11ac wireless LAN, Gigabit LAN. Drive Interface-SATA 6 Gbps. 2TB 7200RPM SATA3 Hard Drive
- Intel HD Graphics 630
- Windows 10 Home
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|Sold By||Available from these sellers||Amazon.com||Amazon.com||younworldwide||SKYTECH USA LLC||ProTech PC|
|Computer Memory Size||12 GB||12 GB||8 GB||8 GB||8 GB||8 GB|
|CPU Model||Intel Core i5||Intel Core i5||Intel Core i3||Intel Core i5||Intel Core i5||Intel Core i5|
|CPU Model Manufacturer||Intel||Intel||Intel||Intel||Intel||Intel|
|CPU Speed||3 GHz||4.1 GHz||4.2 GHz||4.1 GHz||3.20 GHz||2.80 GHz|
|Graphics Coprocessor||Intel Integrated Graphics||—||—||Intel UHD Graphics 630||Intel HD Graphics 2500||Intel UHD Graphics 630|
|Hard Disk Size||2000 GB||512 GB||512 GB||1 TB||500 GB||1 TB|
|Item Dimensions||17.43 x 6.89 x 15.67 inches||13.78 x 6.42 x 13.39 inches||13.78 x 6.42 x 13.39 inches||13.78 x 6.42 x 13.39 inches||14.90 x 4.00 x 13.30 inches||13.40 x 6.40 x 13.80 inches|
|Item Weight||18.43 lbs||3.53 ounces||—||—||17.10 lbs||17.20 lbs|
|Operating System||Windows 10||Windows 10 Home||Windows 10 Home||Windows 10 Home||Windows 10 Pro||Windows 10|
Acer Aspire TC-780-ACKI5 Desktop PC comes with these specs: 7th Generation Intel Core i5-7400 processor (Up to 3.5GHz), Windows 10 Home, 12GB DDR4 2400MHz Memory, Intel HD Graphics 630, 8X DVD-Writer Double-Layer Drive (DVD-RW), 2TB 7200RPM SATA3 Hard Drive, Digital Media Card Reader -Secure Digital (SD) Card, High Definition Audio with 5.1-Channel Audio Support, 3 - USB 3.0 Ports, 4 - USB 2.0 Ports, 1 - HDMI Port, 1 - VGA Port, Gigabit Ethernet, 802.11ac WiFi, Bluetooth 4.0 LE, USB Keyboard and Mouse, 18.43 lbs. | 8.36 kg (system unit only), 1 Year Parts and Labor Limited Warranty with Toll Free Tech Support (DT.B89AA.033)
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Setting this machine up was as easy as plugging it in. After booting up and configuring Windows, it asked for my Microsoft account login, and I was using it to surf the internet. You only need a monitor (or any TV that takes HDMI, which is every TV these days).
The basic setup of the case is sensible. Plenty of older school USB 2 ports in the back for peripherals, and a couple of USB 3 ports in the front for your USB drives full of movies (or whatever you need to use quickly). The power button is obvious, on the top, and easy to access. The case has a nice, conservative brushed metal look to it, but it's plastic on top. It's a mid size tower and it's easy to fit on a desk.
The little added features are great. Bluetooth, wifi, DVD drive, SD card reader. I used them all, and they just work like it's an appliance and not a computer. It used to be a hassle to configure these features, but on this computer they are very seamless. I had this thing sending music to my bluetooth soundbar and playing Hulu and it hadn't been out of the box for ten minutes.
The specifications on the hardware are very good with one exception. The 12 gb of DDR4 memory is great! That's a modern spec of memory and a generous amount. The processor alone, an up to date i5, is worth $185. This level of i5 is about as good of a processor as you can buy before getting an eight core processor. This may mean nothing to you, but it's basically the best processor you can get today that isn't the premium i7 or AMD 8000 level costing a lot more money. Even if you're getting this machine to play games, this is a potent processor and probably more than enough. It's also a value sweet spot as this computer will be useful and relevant for several years, but wasn't super expensive. 2 TB of hard drive space should be enough for you.
The one problem with the specs is the graphics. I am actually pretty surprised with how good the integrated intel graphics are. If you're just watching movies or the games you play are more like Candy Crush, this computer is going to have sharp graphics, have no problem decoding compressed video, and it's going to be an efficient user of electricity. Personally, I recommend you upgrade this machine with a GTX 1050 graphics card (which is about $120). That's a massive upgrade in graphics complimenting its RAM and processor making this a great gaming machine, but it's also a value conscious computer. You could play any modern game (even VR) with this computer and that level of graphics card.
It is not surprising or a flaw in this computer that it uses integrated graphics, and in fact the Intel 630 is good for integrated graphics and your budget, just understand that this is the one area where this computer is not impressive in its capabilities. Integrated graphics for a computer this price is absolutely the norm.
To upgrade any component on this computer, you would unscrew two screws on the side panel. I did so and it was easy to access the guts on this machine. It would take two minutes to add another hard drive (such as a small SSD) or a graphics card.
I really like the Acer included keyboard, which is cheap but pleasing to type on and responsive. This is very important as most people getting this computer are getting it for some kind of work, like typing papers in college or running an office. I review a lot of this stuff and I would take an Acer keyboard over a much more expensive one. The mouse is kinda average in my opinion. Acer has come a long way and their computers have lasted under heavy use in my house.
So in conclusion, if you need a computer that just works, this is not that expensive and you get a pretty powerful computer, so long as you aren't playing graphically intensive games. And if you want those games, this is still a pretty good choice for as a robust home for a graphics card that you buy separately. So even though it's not perfect, I give it 5 stars for value.
I bought a $140 EVGA Geforce GTX 1050 graphics card because it was recommended by Melissa, another reviewer of this PC. It was simple to install but afterwards I couldn’t get any video out of it or the built-in HDMI output. So I thought I had disable the built-in video in BIOS first. But I couldn’t turn it off and after suffering horrible customer service from Acer and getting great support from EVGA I learned that the “setting” in BIOS is an indicator not a control. When you insert a graphics card the video output will automatically switch to it.
That didn’t happen until I’d inserted and removed the card several times. I either didn’t wait long enough for the card to be recognized by the system or it didn’t seat completely because a cable was in the way. On the third or fourth try it worked and the card gets very high scores on the benchmarks I ran.
The 2TB hard drive that came with the PC seemed pretty quick but I decided to add a Samsung SSD like I do with all my new computers. I noticed that m.2 SSDs have become very popular and are MUCH faster than the usual SATA drives. This PC does have a slot for one on the motherboard but it took me a long time to find it hidden behind the main power cable connector. Make certain you buy a screw because you almost certainly won’t have one (2mm?) and you can’t install the drive without it.
One reason I buy Samsung SSDs is their free data migration software and Samsung Magician, which automatically configures Windows for maximum performance. It took just two mouse clicks and 90 minutes to clone the new drive with 550GB of data.
I thought I’d then have to go into BIOS and change the boot priority. But “Windows Boot Manager” did that automatically and it immediately booted off the new drive. It’s unbelievably fast and from now on I’m only going to buy computers that can use m.2 drives.
I would be very pleased with this computer even if I hadn't upgraded it. I'd easily give it five stars but I'm taking one off because of Acer's horrible customer support. I had trouble getting through to someone I could talk to and then they flatly refused to answer any BIOS or hardware questions.
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El gabinete es de buena calidad, la verdad me gustó como luce. El DVD es como de Portatil.
Ahora. El único inconveniente que tuve fue que demoró por alguna situación en aduanas. Tardó como 10 días más de lo planeado.