The Perfect Home Computer. Powered by the Haswell Intel Core i3-4170 and Intel Integrated graphics to deliver incredible performance with Windows 10.

3 thoughts on “ASUS M32AD Desktop (Core i3, 8GB DDR3, 1TB, Windows 10) with Keyboard and Mouse

  1. Kyle says:

    Awesome machine after a couple upgrades. Still cheaper than the alternative Ok Guys, I’ve had this machine for about 2 weeks now and I’ve come to the conclusion that I love it. I’m coming from an Intel Core Q6600, so this was a big jump forward. I think this machine will last for the long haul just like my Dell Inspiron 530 did (Since 2008).On to the good stuff:I took this out of the box (I did make an unboxing video if anyone is interested EDIT:, hooked up my monitor and the included keyboard/mouse. It went into the Windows 10 first time starting the machine configuration where you answer a few questions. After that, it downloads updates, reboots and takes you to the desktop. Off the bat, the machine felt a little slow, but I had upgraded my Q6600 PC to a SSD prior, so the spinning drive had a lot to do with the perception of slowness. There really isn’t any extra crapware installed from the factory. The only additional item was some McAfee security software. I like to have Microsoft official installation…

  2. Raymond C says:

    M32CD complete detail and Windows 7 installation instruction My review is very long, so let’s get the cons out of the way first.Cons:* No HDD light and reset button. I understand why reset button is gone, but why isn’t there a HDD light? This made me think a bit and I quickly pulled an * HDD light out of an old case and taped it to the front panel of the case* Power button is way too big. I accidentally turned off my computer while pulling the usb flash drive out.* No PS2 port (This would have been very helpful when installing win 7)* No USB 3.0/USB 2.0 switch setting in BIOS (This also would have been very helpful when installing win 7)* Windows 7 install is possible, but a pain. If you want to know how to do it, read on…Most of these Cons don’t really matter for general users. They only bug the more experienced people.Now that the cons are out of the way, let’s explain why this desktop make sense. The CPU is the latest generation. My thought was, if I build a computer, I…

  3. M. Hill says:

    ASUS M32CD Desktop Core i5, 8GB 1TB Windows 10 This is a desktop tower computer designed to be plug and play. So, selecting the unit that most closely meets the needs of the user is important because not everything may be easily changed or enhanced. On the back of the box is a warranty seal over a seam in the case that states “Do not open before reading warranty card.” The manual states the warranty is void if the seal is broken or altered, so approach this with that knowledge. The ability to add internal hard drives, expansion cards or memory will require breaking the warranty seal, and only the individual can determine whether that is a concern.To start I plugged the included mouse and keyboard into the two USB 2.0 ports on the back of the unit. Then I plugged my network cable into the Ethernet port and connected my front and rear speakers into the marked ports (front and rear) and then plugged the included power cable into the back and pressed the large power button which then became illuminated with a…

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