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Hello everybody. Im getting new DELL PC soon my Dad and Stepmom ordered it for me from costco. Even though I just got a hp laptop last summer. I am getting this to replace my aging desktop in my room along with a wireless printer.


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All-in-One
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Bluetooth 5.1
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Integrated Webcam
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Intel 11th Generation
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NVIDIA GeForce MX330
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23.8 in.
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McAfee Multi Access
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256 GB
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HDD+SSD
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Wireless-AC



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Any particular reason ?, watch out DELL will most likley try at least to take advantage. For example the 16GB memory might be only one stick and not 2 which is better.

upgrading might be out the window for the gfx too.

Any chance they still selling 10gen with a better GFX card ?, if that's needed or not.


Either way enjoy, McAfee should be removed HAHAHA.
 
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those aio's always bothered me, because they have the immobility & size of a desktop, with the limitations in performance & upgrade of a mobile device, so essentially the worst of both worlds.

they arent all down sides, since they have a small'ish footprint, they are nice looking for the most part, & they have a cool stand?

like the title says, it IS a dell
 
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It'll be a great computer for typing up papers with!
 
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Well my old HP desktop is from 2014 and is not working for me that well anymore. I don't have a really big desk or alot of space. New computer has way better specs than what I got. I like the way this one looks and I have a need for something more than my laptop can do. Its coming out of my covid 19 stimulus money that I needed to spend. and the all one will give me a little more room and have less wires to deal with.
 

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Ah yes, the overpriced youtube machine that can't run anything that requires have a GPU. Guess if you want something like that all the more power to you.
 

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It looks nice, but as the others have said, there are some significant limitations to computers like this. In particular, do you intend to play modern, demanding games on it? If so, they’re gonna play really badly with that graphics card, terrible frame rate in particular - it could be a slide show. It doesn’t sound like it’s upgradable, either.

Just be sure that this computer meets your needs before spending significant money on it. This is critical.

Oh yeah and definitely lose McAfee. That garbage is more like malware than security software.
 
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Well my old HP desktop is from 2014 and is not working for me that well anymore. I don't have a really big desk or alot of space. New computer has way better specs than what I got. I like the way this one looks and I have a need for something more than my laptop can do. Its coming out of my covid 19 stimulus money that I needed to spend. and the all one will give me a little more room and have less wires to deal with.

I mean if you don't really game, or just do indie gaming, it's fine. for $999 it's not horrible, but I would keep in mind this:

If it were me, I would do this instead, also from Costco:

(i would upgrade the ram to 16gb, another 8gb 3200 stick should be fairly cheap, just undo the screws and have a look and make sure its easy to do, should be a simply pop it in)

that's $200 cheaper than what you paid and has a 144hz screen, and is portable. and has a much much better graphics card.

and with the $200 saved you could buy a nice monitor and have a "mimic" desktop setup" plus portable option, plus better screen. but to each their own


also that cpu combined with the 1650 ti at much cheaper price is way better value than the $200 more you are paying. and it could still be a clean setup since a laptop is basically an AIO, you would just use the $200 saved for a external monitor when not on the go.
 
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I think you have some generous parents and you need to be grateful. Many kids don't have access to any computer in the house, or have just one to share with their siblings or the entire family. You already have a PC and a notebook and now are getting an AiO. I am not saying you are spoiled - but you need to appreciate what you have (and be humble about it too).

Yes, an AiO is basically a notebook computer attached to a larger screen, but without a battery and the mobility that provides. That, and just the fact it is made by a big computer maker, means it is very proprietary and that is not a good thing. But there is no way around that with factory made computers. You have to custom build your own "PC" if you want avoid proprietary components.

I would say don't worry if that computer comes with 1 x 16GB and not 2 X 8GB. It is important to remember, with everything else being equal, more RAM always trumps faster RAM. Plus, if that computer supports more RAM, adding another 16GB for 32GB total is cheaper than tossing the existing 2 x 8GB and installing 2 x 16GB.

That said, it is hard to find specifics because, as happens often, this particular model is made for exclusive sale by Costco. So it is uniquely configured for them. But a simple search on Dell finds that model line and as seen here, it supports 2 x 8GB.
 

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I think you have some generous parents and you need to be grateful. Many kids don't have access to any computer in the house, or have just one to share with their siblings or the entire family. You already have a PC and a notebook and now are getting an AiO. I am not saying you are spoiled - but you need to appreciate what you have (and be humble about it too).

The guy is 43. :laugh:
 

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An AIO is the best PC for non gamers and people with desks. Laptops on desks take up much space, especially if you connect a monitor, and with a docking station there will be cable clutter, not to mention the battery degradation. An AIO with everything wireless is the best choice IMO.
 
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Genuine question: how many people need 16GB? now 8GB I can understand although Windows 10 can fit in 4GB with some space left over.
 

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Genuine question: how many people need 16GB? now 8GB I can understand although Windows 10 can fit in 4GB with some space left over.

Depends on what you mean with "need". But 16GB on a new system is a no brainer.
 
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I have 16GB but normally sit around 4GB in use and only occasionally reach 8GB (with a 4 core CPU). Now I could see how more cores might like more RAM, so I may have answered my own question...

As far as I can tell the original poster didn't actually ask a question, so I hope my inquiry is not taken as off topic.
 
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The guy is 43.
:eek: I missed that and sure didn't get that impression from the verbiage in the opening post. It still sounds like he is living at home and perhaps being supported, at least in part, by his parents. And there are lots of legitimate reasons that might happen.

Even if 43 is correct, with minor insignificant adjustments, my comments remain the same.
Genuine question: how many people need 16GB? now 8GB I can understand although Windows 10 can fit in 4GB with some space left over.
You are correct about "needing". Very few people actually "need" that much since 8GB is still a substantial amount. Being able to "fit" is not the same as being able to run efficiently. I would not ever recommend less than 8GB these days.

8GB is probably plenty for most, but 16GB is noticeably better for many tasks. While maybe not needed, it is nice to have. More importantly, it ensures you are ready for future tasks you may not now think you will be doing.
 

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Well my old HP desktop is from 2014 and is not working for me that well anymore. I don't have a really big desk or alot of space. New computer has way better specs than what I got. I like the way this one looks and I have a need for something more than my laptop can do. Its coming out of my covid 19 stimulus money that I needed to spend. and the all one will give me a little more room and have less wires to deal with.
As you still haven't asked any questions I'll just go for it. I don't think this makes much sense. You probably can get so much more for the same amount of money.

If it's your money, why would your dad order it?

"...that I needed to spend" - seriously, you'd better think this through, are you in a hurry? Why?

What will you be using it for? That CPU isn't much of an upgrade, especially for that money (even though it's obviously faster than you laptop).

Was your old system an AIO as well, or did you get a smaller desk? :confused: I doubt it, hence why not going for something decent.

Is your current display smaller than 24"? Does it work?

Does your laptop have an SSD? Google says no, but IDK, obviously.

Your laptop has a 4 core CPU, and you're getting an AIO that also has 4 cores, both mobile variants. Gaming is not much of an improvement, if any at all.
Instead of burning all money on a non playable, non upgradeable, non repairable, mostly proprietary AIO, maybe look for some decent alternatives.
Keep your old display for now and buy some good desktop parts, and upgrade your laptop with an SSD. $1100 isn't even close to a budget build (GPU excluded :p).
 

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As you still haven't asked any questions I'll just go for it. I don't think this makes much sense. You can get so much more for the same amount of money, possibly.

If it's your money, why would your dad order it?

"...that I needed to spend" - seriously, you'd better think this through, is it really this much of a hurry?

What will you be using it for? That CPU isn't much of an upgrade, especially for that money (even though it's obviously faster than you laptop).

Was your old system an AIO as well, or did you get a smaller desk? :confused: I doubt it, hence why not going for something decent.

Is your current display smaller than 24"? Does it work?

Does your laptop have an SSD? Google says no, but IDK, obviously.

Your laptop has a 4 core CPU, and you're getting an AIO that also has 4 cores, both mobile variants. Gaming is not much of an improvement, if any at all.
Instead of burning all money on a non playable, non upgradeable, non repairable, mostly proprietary AIO, maybe look for some decent alternatives.
Keep your old display for now and buy some good desktop parts, and upgrade your laptop with an SSD. $1100 isn't even close to a budget build (GPU excluded :p).
As much information your post has, OP has said in the past that he will never build his own computer. He's strictly prebuilt and won't even swap ram or a fan. Amazing effort, however wasted.
 
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Well my old HP desktop is from 2014 and is not working for me that well anymore. I don't have a really big desk or alot of space. New computer has way better specs than what I got. I like the way this one looks and I have a need for something more than my laptop can do. Its coming out of my covid 19 stimulus money that I needed to spend. and the all one will give me a little more room and have less wires to deal with.

Mine is a 2010 HP desktop but with a new video card and some extra RAM it seems able to do most things; I keep it on the floor so it does not take up any desk space.

But you have already ordered it, so I am not sure what you are asking here.
 
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Mine is a 2010 HP desktop but with a new video card and some extra RAM it seems able to do most things; I keep it on the floor so it does not take up any desk space.

But you have already ordered it, so I am not sure what you are asking here.
Bragging rights, really.
 
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Sadly there's nothing really good on the Milwaukee Craigslist computer or computer parts sections (two counties south of West Bend). Take a drive to Micro Center in Chicago and you'll do much better for $1,100. I had a regular monthly gig at the Washington House in West Bend until two years ago.
 
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Bragging rights, really.

At 43 one has normally got over the need to brag; any stimulus money I get is going towards my kids education, although I would not mind a new computer.
 
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Are Dells so bad? Admittedly I have recapped the power supplies on the 2 old Dells I have running and had to replace the mother board on one of those... OK... I think I have once again answered my own question.
 
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First of all let me explain things a little more. I am 43 years old have a very limited income as is I am disabled. My Dad is my rep payee for my checking and savings accounts. I live in a supported apartment. Because of Covid 19 I haven't been able to really get out much and look and this deal that popped up was the best option for what I needed and wanted in my area and thats my story and im sticking too it.
 
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