Acer Aspire AZ3-715-UR61 All-in-One Desktop PC comes with these specs: 6th Generation Intel Core i5-6400T processor 2.2GHz with Turbo Boost Technology up to 2.8GHz, Windows 10 Home, 23.8″ Full HD Widescreen LED Back-lit Display, 8GB DDR4 Memory, NVIDIA GeForce 940M Graphics with 2GB of DDR3 Video Memory, 1TB 5400RPM SATA Hard Drive, 8X DVD SuperMulti Double-Layer Drive, Digital Media Card Reader – Secure Digital Card, Built-in Full HD (1080P) Webcam, 10/100/1000 Gigabit Ethernet, 802.11ac Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0 LE, Dolby-optimized surround sound system, Acer True Harmony High-Performance Sound System, 4 – USB 3.0 Ports, 1 – USB 2.0 Ports, Wireless Keyboard and Mouse, 25.3 lbs. | 11.5kg (system unit only), 2 Year Parts and Labor Limited Warranty with Toll Free Tech Support, Registration/ Limited Warranty Card (DQ.B2XAA.001)

3 thoughts on “Acer Aspire AIO Desktop, 23.8-inch Full HD, Core i5-6400T, NVIDIA 940M, 8GB DDR4, 1TB HDD, Win10, AZ3-715-UR61

  1. Rowdy P Scarlett says:

    A Fine New Desktop All In One Some thought on this all in one- 1) EASY to set up. It’ll take about 3 three steps to get this computer going. Very easy and I was up and running in about 15 minutes. Sound- VERY good speakers are built into this unit. So loud, I had to adjust the settings a few times to get it just “right”. The screen is very nice. After a couple years of using laptops exclusively it was nice to get back to a large screen. The keyboard is nice, a little spongy, but overall fine. The mouse is a solid and fine. The overall build quality is good. I like the internal dvd drive. Most are doing away with these drives to bring down the cost/ weight, but I still like having one around. The ports are in the back and are easy to get to. Took me a minute to find the on button, but it’s also well positioned to the lower right. My only real concern is the microphone quality. Using Skype, it seems very low/ doesn’t pick up well. Fortunately, I have a Blue…

  2. FLGal2 says:

    Terriffic so far! Bought this computer earlier in May/late April and just got around to setting it up. It was a breeze to set up. Please note the power cable goes into the only round port…lol…And the wireless keyboard/mouse usb doohickey was already plugged into the computer. Image that?!! I found it accidentally while checking out the monitor before I hooked it up.Turned the computer on and it was easy sailing from there. First thing I did was look to see if Windows 10 needed updating and it did so that took a few minutes, but no big deal. It hooked up to my wireless router easily after I put in my password. No issues there or anywhere else for that matter. I had Windows 10 previously so no surprises there.I checked all the installed programs using Control panel, uninstall feature. But didn’t see anything to uninstall except the trial version of Office 360.This computer looks sleek and lovely on my desk (No more tower–yay!) Monitor is awesome and i think the speakers are…

  3. John Thomas says:

    Fine, Fast Machine That Was Easy To Set Up…And I Should Know… This computer, as well as the whole experience of setting it up has been a long overdue experience for me. I am moving up to this from an old Emachines that was still running windows vista. And, that had less than 1/5 of the memory this carries. I remember when I bought my present system. I left it at the shop for a couple of days while they removed a bunch of preloaded junk, while also making it as easy as possible for me as to setting it up at home. I admit I was a little intimidated with receiving this after all the time that has passed. Now that its all up and running, I have to say that things have gotten a lot simpler over the years. Make that a whole lot simpler…With just a couple of tips from my son, I had this up and connected to the internet in just under 30 min. It’s taking me a while to get used to windows 10 after coming off of so many years of vista, but its worth it. This thing and its speed and ease of use is outstanding. And the preloaded software is not…

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