19.5″ Dell Inspiron i3052-1020BLK via Amazon
Dell Inspiron i3052-1020BLK is an entry level, easy to use, versatile and very affordable 19.5 inch All-in-One desktop PC for mainly home entertainment or basic work productivity with an April 2015 release entry level dual core Braswell Celeron N3050 processor (2MB cache) at 1.6GHz speed up to 2.16GHz with Intel Burst technology and no hyperthreading (2 cores and 2 threads), basic 2GB DDR3L SDRAM (1x 2GB) memory at 1600MHz for some multitasking efficiency, small 32 GB eMMC flash storage for faster performance and boot-ups and Windows 10 operating system. Energy efficiency is improved in this version of Celeron as the TDP is specified as 6 watts so that should save you on energy bills. This is a total- AIO package with monitor, speakers, wired Dell KB216 keyboard and MS116 mouse combo included so the low price for what you’re getting is the main selling point here and you don’t have to pay extra for monitor and speakers. Black Inspiron AIO weighs about 7.1 pounds and measures 18.92 x 18.92 x 12.50 inches, has a space saving sleek and modern design that will help you avoid clutter on your desk, and can be moved anywhere around the house easily and as it is easy to set up it can be connected and used straight out of the box. You can comfortably stream and watch videos, surf the web, do your school assignments and more.
19.5 inch non-touch anti-glare LED-backlit Truelife HD+screen with 1600×900 pixels offers crisp and clear image quality and Intel HD graphics Braswell for daily multimedia and very light gaming. It even has a good quality high definition webcam with built-in digital microphone for casual Skype chats with family and friends. It can be folded almost flat, be used in stand mode at 20 degree tilt or can be comfortably mounted on a wall if it suits you better or for more space on your desk (VESA wall mount is sold separately). It includes the Waves MaxxAudio with integrated speakers and subwoofer for immersive, rich and clear sound- pretty good for such a budget system. It doesn’t come with an optical DVD Drive but a good range of connectivity including 2 x USB 2.0 ports, 3 x USB 3.0 ports, 802.11bgn wireless, Bluetooth 4.0, Gigabit Ethernet, an HDMI output so you can connect to an even larger external display or HDTV and 4-in-1 Media Card Reader. You have some handy tools like Dell Back-up and Recovery for some peace of mind of added security for auto backup and recovery and My Dell as a support tool with alerts and useful advice as it collects all the necessary information about your computer. You will find the 30 day trial versions of MS Office and McAfee CB LiveSafe which you may want to swap with the free AVG online. You won’t have any problems with simple daily work (Office Word, Excel etc.) and multimedia tasks including older games but you probably will with complex software and the latest 3D games. This is quite a good value All in One computer for those that want something basic and functional with a good display and sound without spending heaps.