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Dell Inspiron One 2330 io2330-2273BK 23-Inch All-in-One Desktop (Black) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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February 3, 2013
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Not sure what's going on with the 1 Star review from March-13, sounds a bit more like issues with Windows 8 (won't restart? really? 500GB was the biggest hard disk on the shelf? in 2013?). I digress, but I ALMOST didn't buy this machine because of that review, which would have been a mistake.
At any rate, the machine is great, especially for the price. I started my quest looking for a touchscreen, but quickly abandoned that notion after testing out the touchscreens within this price range (+-150). Don't expect the same level of responsiveness in a comparable touchscreen all in one as you would expect from your iPhone or Samsung phone. Also, I quickly realized that my arms get pretty tired working with a touchscreen desktop for longer than 10 minutes - I always revert back to the mouse.
NOTE: This machine comes with Windows 8, and as with any copy of Windows, updates have been deployed. As such, when setting up this machine, Windows needed to download 80 updates before I could install the latest/greatest OS, Windows 8.1. At any rate, it took me 3 hours or so to get the machine's updates current, but that's really a software issue - not an issue with this machine. Had to do the same thing with my Surface RT. No big deal.
Windows 8 without touchscreen is fine (work and play). It's certainly different than the traditional model, but I'm getting the hang of it.
Super compact, super light. WiFi built right in. Would definitely recommend this machine to anyone looking to buy a really well priced, solid machine, for non gaming use.
This unit arrived promptly, well shipped and packaged. As specified it comes pre loaded with Windows 8, which I immediately wiped for Windows 7. I am Technology Director for a medium sized non-profit, business computers are my life. I tend to stay away from All-In-Ones but the user had limited space. This unit is well built, very solid and aesthetically pleasing. I would compare is over all size and weight to a similar sized Mac. The internal hardware is decent and reasonable for the money. The best part for me about this unit is Dell provides Windows 7 driver support, something that HP(unfortunately) is lacking in. My only complaint if any would be in the quality of the wireless mouse/keyboard(which isn't at all bad but could be better), also the fact that they require a usb adapter instead of internal bluetooth. However, I knew this going in and it is really an non issue.
We were skeptical about the all-in-one design, but it truly does save space and offer the same functionality that a traditional tower/monitor combo would provide.
Base stand is weighty and solid - no danger whatsoever of tip-over or breakage.
Love the wireless mouse and keyboard.
Gave this system 4 stars because we do not like the windows 8 set up. They have tried to make this desktop have app's and look like a mobile interface, but we find that annoying and a step back from the traditional windows set up. Yes, you can revert to the traditional windows, but 8 tends to revert back to the new configuration at every opportunity.
Using it right now however TAKE CAUTION, when I chatted with amazon I asked if Microsoft office was installed I was told yes, when it arrived it was not. I called amazon who said it doesn't come on the computer and would need to purchase it. However amazon credited me the difference to cover the purchase of Microsoft office.
A whole new world opened for me when I went live on this new pc. I had a dated Dell laptop and broken printer and badly needed to upgrade both. I need to learn how to live with Windows 8; I've been a 7 and Vista user for so long! I read that Windows 8.1 is easier. I may get it, but I think I'll challenge myself with this first. I'm not as negative about it as some reviews I read while researching a new all in one pc. The 23 inch display is so rich and vibrant; I feel like I'm in a small movie theatre. I love it and can't wait to watch movies on it. The tiled start screen is neat, but my IT person hooked me up with the option to use the "old" start screen instead of the tiles. I think the tiles are cool. I'm totally wireless: keyboard, mouse - love that! The pc was working right out of the box, which, by the way, was packaged with incredible protection, but was easy to get the pc out. Plugged it in and it started right up and I was hooked. I'm in no way tech savvy so I'm going to hunt and peck my way through to thorough mastery of this pc and try to utilize it to its full potential. I wanted to give my first impressions, and will update periodically with accolades and/or criticisms.
This is a very impressive machine. Looking at some of the negative comments I have to conclude these folks are experiencing OS problems with Windows 8, Not surprising. I really can't address those issues as I never bothered to boot into Win 8. First thing I did when the machine started was to go into the BIOS setup and disable the MS secure boot and change the boot order. Then I installed LinuxMint 17.1 and this computer runs perfectly. Mine came with a wireless keyboard and wireless mouse, i was concerned that Mint might not have the right drivers, it was a needless concern. I use a computer as a work tool. Video editing, audio editing, word processing, spread sheets, database management, and so on. This computer is fast enough to accomplish all these tasks, often in different workspaces simultaneously. Which is why I don't have time to play sliding squares with Windows 8. I only have one negative criticism. The hard drive is a Seagate which past experience means I should worry about premature drive failure. Depending on how tricky it is ro open the case, I might replace the drive with a SSD. Very reasonably priced on Amazon these days. Bottom line: This is quickly becoming my favorite computer, even beating my Dell XPS core I7.