Dell Inspiron One 19 all-in-one desktop PC

A reasonably priced all-in-one PC

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  • Expert Rating

    2.75 / 5
  • User Rating

    2.00 / 5 (of 3 Reviews)
  • Price

    $ 999.00 (AUD)

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not dell
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I just bought this computer and strait out the box i plug it up all excited about my purchase and Voila it wont even turn on .I am very angry andissapointed .I'm sending this piece of crap back.




Compact, storage, efficent
Screen Size
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I bought the cheaper model at Wal-mart a couple years ago and haven't had a problem out of it since! It's a nice compact PC that has a lot less fuss putting it together. If you ever move it isn't heavy and can be easily stored. I like to play a lot of games online and with all the downloads I've done all my games still run very smoothly and efficently and I haven't ever needed to make more storage room. I actually don't have a problem with the speakers as I like to watch a lot of videos online and haven't had a problem hearing them. Only gripe I have is that I wish the screen was a little larger and had a little more height to it. Overall I love this computer!




compact, screen size, storage
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I bought this computer as a Christmas for my partner. It was easy set up and within a few minutes this system was up and running. Currently our system is not working only lasted a little more than a year before it died. The computer is still under warranty so no problem there. Never owned a Dell that gave up the ghost so quickly. The next day warranty service Is not true next visit will be a third visit by a Dell Tech and turnaround has been terrible. It's going on three weeks now and my system still isn't fixed. Oh well, I guess nothing is perfect. I'll definately give some thought where I buy my next computer and keep this extreemly slow service on mind. One star for one year in operation.

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