Acer Aspire AXC-703-UR52 Desktop PC comes with these specs: Intel Pentium J2900 Quad-Core Processor 2.41GHz with Intel Burst Technology up to 2.67GHz, Windows 10, 4GB DDR3L Memory, Intel HD Graphics, 8X DVD- Double-Layer Drive, 1TB 7200RPM SATA Hard Drive, Digital Media Card Reader -Secure Digital (SD) Card, High Definition Audio with 5.1-Channel Audio Support, 4 – USB 2.0 Ports, 1 – USB 3.0 Port, HDMI, Gigabit Ethernet, Keyboard and Mouse, 11.3 lbs. | 5.1 kg (system unit only), 1 Year Parts and Labor Limited Warranty with Toll Free Tech Support (DT.SX0AA.011)

2 thoughts on “Acer Aspire Desktop with Windows 10 (Intel Pentium, 4GB RAM, 1TB HDD, AXC-703-UR52)

  1. Deem says:

    Good solid Home Office Computer. Coming off a 10 year old XP computer that really should have been retired a few years ago, this is a nice computer at a good price (I got mine on a Black Friday special). I was going back and forth about having an i3 processor versus an i5 processor and I wound up buying the i3. The only resource-heavy things we will be using this for are some photo editing and publishing software (Adobe CS and Quark), so I think an i3 will suffice.Windows 10 is a whole new ballgame compared to XP and will take some getting used to, but most people I know rarely do anything with their computer other than opening browsers or other software, so I can still use it just fine while I learn windows 10.Pro’s:1) Compact Size.2) Relatively quiet3) Fast and responsiveCon’s1) DVD drive was making some weird noises yesterday. A DVD was inside but we weren’t playing it. I will need to keep an eye on that.2) When the computer arrived I…

  2. dylans_busha says:

    My newest Acer has met my expectations! I’ve been using an old Acer Aspire Desktop since Vista came on the market. This old desktop never gave me a bit of trouble! It’s age was slowing it down and a factory reset would have resolved most of the issues, but support for Vista ends in less than 5 months so I decided to order the smaller sized tower and upgrade to Windows 10 now.The smaller Acer has not disappointed me one iota! I love the way it sits on my desk, allowing me to arrange my computer area to a smaller foot print.The tower is much smaller and quieter, there is an internal power supply, unlike the external power pack HP has for their smaller desktop towers. I did find I have to use extra care when putting a disc in the Perpendicular dvd drive, but that is no big deal and I am sure this is an issue with all computer towers with these drives.For some reason, a thumb drive was only recognized once during file transfers. But I blame this on the drive itself and not the Acer as the same…

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