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3 thoughts on “Dell Inspiron 3043 i3043-3750BLK All-in-One Touchscreen Desktop (Intel Celeron Processor, 4GB RAM)

  1. FG says:

    Solid Entry Level All-in-One Touchscreen Computer This is a Solid Entry Level Computer. We’ve had it for 2 weeks now and have used it extensively in that time. I’ve used desktops, laptops, tablets, etc. but this is the first time I’ve used this type of computer and I absolutely love it. The touchscreen is awesome and it is large, vibrant and bright. I would compare the quality to my retina iPad, it really is that nice. The response of the touchscreen is good and it also has a wireless mouse and keyboard which I am trying to leave off to the side to get a better for feel the All-in-One Touchscreen’s original purpose. This is also my second Computer with Windows 8.1 and I must say it is so much easier with the touchscreen. I have been frustrated with my desktop that runs Windows 8.1 using a keyboard and mouse, the swipes and hidden things are annoying. There are versions of this AiO without the touchscreen and I really recommend spending the extra $50 or so on the touchscreen version. It really is what sets this apart from an…

  2. T Savage says:

    Dead Computer/Bad Service I bought this in early January. Initially my only real issue was that it presented as having security software but didn’t really and it had to be purchased. Otherwise reasonably easy to figure out. I had bought several Dells over the years so considered the company fairly reliable and the products reasonably sturdy.Fast forward to a couple of weeks ago when out of the blue the desktop died. Just cut out and never came on again. I tried it in several different outlets, nothing. The light was on the adapter but the computer just would not turn on. After some travel, Monday I was back and able to contact Dell, not as easy as it should be. I didn’t anticipate any particular difficulty, the computer was obviously under warranty and I had all the identifying information to provide.I spent over an hour on the phone with a pleasant but obviously not knowledgeable lady named Myrna – a lot of it on hold as she consulted (I presume) with someone who understood…

  3. P. knight "Speed expert" says:

    Well worth the money. Handsome & peppy with great sound. This machine is better than expected. It’s surprisingly quick when properly tweaked/set up. The screen is beautiful, the machine is handsome and the sound is really surprising. I expected laptop type sound, whereas this Dell AIO has actual base and a decent amount of volume, far better than any laptop I’ve ever seen/heard. Any other AIO’s that I’ve had, sounded like tin cans and absolutely required external speakers. Putting aside its limitations as compared to a PC that is more versatile and can be upgraded, this unit is perfect. For some reason, I expected a wired keyboard and mouse, but they are wireless with batteries supplied. The flip out back leg can easily adopt the angle of your choice. In the first review, it is mentioned that the device is slow and freezes up, but if properly tweaked, it’s snappy fast. Also mentioned was a bad microphone. I didn’t make any Skype calls or record my voice to gauge its quality, but I used it a fair bit with voice browsing and it worked as well…

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