|Processor||3.3 GHz Intel Core i3|
|RAM||6 GB DDR3|
|Hard Drive||1 TB|
|Graphics Coprocessor||Intel HD|
Gateway DX4860-UB32P Desktop (Intel Core i3 - 3.3GHz, 6GB Ram, 1TB HD, WiFi, Win7)
Customers also shopped for
The Gateway DX4860-UB32P Desktop PC performs highly efficient computing. Accomplish your tasks on time with the powerful 2nd Generation Intel Core i3-2120 3.3GHz processor featured in this Desktop PC. 6GB DDR3 memory ensures that each task is manage with efficiency, allowing a smooth workflow. Plus, you can store tons of data and access them easily on its massive 1TB hard disk drive. In addition to that, the Gateway DX4860-UB32P Refurbished Desktop PC features Intel HD Graphics 2000 that works on producing cutting-edge graphics, enhancing visualization for high quality entertainment. Seamless web surfing is also provided by this amazing device as it has Wireless LAN b/g/n. Go ahead and enhance your productivity with the Gateway DX4860-UB32P Refurbished Desktop PC.
Top Customer Reviews
making easy access to view your work and photos from your memory stick or card from your cell phone.
For the first time looking at a movie in HD is wonderful so are the youtube videos
This PC is super fast for booting up compared to my past computers and laptops. Pretty much it's less than a minute or so until you are browsing the web.
Also there is 2 3.0 usb ports in the back, myself haven't used anything with 3.0. But hey most computers coming out when this did, did not have 3.0 usb ports.
Plus it has a HDMI port so you can hook it up to tv or monitor very easily, plus it has wifi built in, so you can move it around without the need for a Ethernet cord.
So with this being my first real computer that i bought. I give it 5 star rating for being a really awesome reliable computer. Still runs Great for being over a year.
P.S it also can run some games without buyng a graphics card. Such as Team Fortress 2.
What I go into that story to say is that Windows 7 proved to be so good for me that not even Windows 7 from an original equipment manufacturer (in this case Gateway), with SP1, 64-bit, Internet Explorer 9, and OEM issues running on first-generation Sandy Bridge hardware could dim Windows 7, and that this PC is an excellent choice for someone who doesn't want a Samrt TV, because what do you do when the $300-$500 computer inside your TV fails due to power issues?
This desktop attached to a standard 42-inch 1080p 60Hz Sanyo DP42841 LCD TV gives me Internet browsing using desktop level browsers, and to those who say desktops are unportable and laptops are hardly any more portable, well I couldn't write in this forum what I think of opinions like that.
Windows 7 and this PC (apologies if this product is the successor model with Windows 8) do everything I want a living-room desktop to do, and I KNOW that if I want to buy a separate 1920x1080 monitor for this PC and use it as a standard desktop, I can.
Plus the 16GB maximum RAM capability and 1TB hard drive (since upgraded to 2TB) give me the confidence to know that if I want to store massive amounts of Office deocuments (since I use my PC for creative writing as a hobby) and pictures plus music, this PC allows for that to be possible, giving me the ultimate flexibility in a computer.
It is true that the same could be said about certain Windows 98 and Windows XP computers in the past, but this is 2013, and it takes a new level of computer to do the same tasks going forward.
I will probably update my Time Capsule review next, as that is one awesome router-because I do love sharing my experiences on here with various technological items.