Browsing: Basic Desktops

Basic desktop is your choice for normal home computer use. You might want to browse Internet, Skype with your friends or write e-mails. You don’t need a powerful and expensive desktop. Look for affordable and easy-to-use one. I’ve gathered reviews of basic desktops below.

Not always do you bump into a desktop PC that subtly balances affordability and performance, the Acer Aspire AT3-710-UR52 does exactly that. With a speedy sixth-generation Intel Core i5 processor, 8GB of memory, a bit of room for expansion, and Wi-Fi (a rarity among budget…
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The Acer Aspire ATC-780-AMZi5 packs discernible power into a good-looking small-form factor (SFF) chassis, alongside some real-estate to grow into something big. For anyone on a budget, a speedy sixth-generation Intel Core i5 processor, 8GB memory and 2TB of storage are hard to pass by.…
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The Acer Aspire ATC-780-UR61 is among those few budget desktop computers that pop out of nowhere, but comes with solid components that are hard to pass-by. For instance, this system boasts a speedy sixth-generation Intel Core i5 processor, 8GB memory, some room for expansion, and…
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The ASUS M32CD-AS31 is a solid budget desktop PC, that offers the best of two worlds. It has forward-looking capabilities, such as a Wi-Fi card and Bluetooth 4.0, and integrates features such as a sixth generation processor and enough storage, that keep most users happy.…
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The ASUS VM42-S075V is a good looking compact and portable mini desktop PC with a trendy metal surface that match the living room and office space. It features a 4th generation Intel Celeron 2957U (Haswell-R) 1.4GHz processor, 4GB memory and a spacious 500GB serial ATA…
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The Asus Chromebit CS10 redefines the functionality of a typical Chromebox, like our Editors’ Choice Asus Chromebox M004U, and shrinks it down to the size of a USB flash drive. You can conveniently plug it into a free HDMI port on your HDTV or monitor,…
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