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[Best Buy] Packard Bell 23.8" All-in-One PC Intel N3350/32GB SSD/4GB RAM - $199

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[Best Buy] Packard Bell 23.8" All-in-One PC Intel N3350/32GB SSD/4GB RAM - $199

Windows 10
Intel N3350 Processor
Processor Speed 1.10 GHz
Processor Cores 2
RAM 4 GB DDR3 1600 MHz
Solid-State Drive Capacity 32 GB
Intel HD Graphics 500

Screen Size/Type
23.8 Inch IPS LED-Backlight 16:9
Native Screen Resolution 1920 x 1080
Integrated Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n/ac
Integrated Bluetooth 4.0

Inputs & Outputs
Card Reader
MicroSD
USB 3.0; USB 2.0
1 x HDMI

Warranty
Manufacturer's Warranty - Parts 1 Year
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Kitchener
Is this a good price?
Gaming PC: i9 9900ks, GTX 1070 8gb x2, 32GB RAM
Media PC: i5 9400f, GTX 1060 6gb, 28GB RAM
Phone: iPhone 8
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Brampton
Dreamrider wrote: wow Packard Bell....
Yeah brings back memories.
Not sure what the market for this is though, its basically a big, heavy, underpowered, relatively low resolution tablet.
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Mar 11, 2007
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Usually these all-in-one's are not upgradeable. This would be become useless very quickly at 4gb RAM
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Maple Ridge
NowJoJo wrote: Is this a good price?
only if 32gb ssd/eMMC whatever it is, is upgradeable, i doubt it is
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YUL
Packard Bell!? What are we....back in 1993!? lol
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prod wrote: Yeah brings back memories.
Not sure what the market for this is though, its basically a big, heavy, underpowered, relatively low resolution tablet.
More like a desktop version of all the netbooks / Chromebooks popping up lately. I think $200-250 is fair, original price is a joke.
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Can it be used as a monitor for a different PC?
Gaming PC: i9 9900ks, GTX 1070 8gb x2, 32GB RAM
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Somewhere in Ontario
NowJoJo wrote: Can it be used as a monitor for a different PC?
Looks like there's a HDMI port on the back.
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DPyro wrote: Looks like there's a HDMI port on the back.
Yeah, just wondering if it would be HDMI in or HDMI out... hmm...

edit: BestBuy description "HDMI out port lets you connect to monitors, audio receivers, and more"
Gaming PC: i9 9900ks, GTX 1070 8gb x2, 32GB RAM
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Montréal, QC
DPyro wrote: Looks like there's a HDMI port on the back.
HDMI Output :(
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Laputa
Lol bought and cancelled
Thx OP, bought 10! :facepalm:
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Apr 26, 2003
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Packard Bell?!?!?! Hahaha...
On October 14, 2016 PBX Holdings acquired the United States Packard Bell trademark. PBX Holdings is led by a group of investors with experience in the technology and retail space. PBX began manufacturing Packard Bell products in 2017. In June 2017 JCPenney revealed that they would begin selling a line of Packard Bell laptops as part of their expansion into the dormitory market.[11] PBX is set to expand the brand into home automation and gaming accessories with product launches set for the Holiday 2018 season.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Packard_Bell

Yeah... don't think the brand has a good enough reputation to try to relaunch it and relive the glory days of the 1990's. 26 years later and they're still trying to sell sub-standard computer equipment. Let it die already.
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