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5.0 out of 5 stars Great deal on PC and excellent performance. Does have HDMI !, 27 Nov. 2012
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This review is from: Acer Aspire M1935 Desktop PC (Intel Core i3 2120 3.3GHz, 12GB RAM, 2TB HDD, DVD, LAN, WLAN, AMD Graphics, Windows 7 Home Premium 64-Bit) (Personal Computers)
I got this through a 'Black Friday' deal but even without the extra discount it was over £150 cheaper than a similar spec machine from PC World. I paid extra for the two day delivery and it arrived by midday on the appointed day. Quick and easy to set up and unlike another reviewer who said it doesn't have HDMI I can assure him it does! The sealed up port on the back of the machine isn't the HDMI socket. The socket is on the graphics card between the VGA Socket and the DVI socket.
Good features but it's important to note that it doesn't come with a mouse or keyboard despite these being shown on the advert. It wasn't that they had been left out as the packing case clearly states no mouse or keyboard include. Also the 2TB drive is in fact 2 x 1Tb drives so there is no space for an extra drive if you want to add one. All in all very happy with the PC.
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Initial post: 29 Nov 2012 09:58:06 GMT
M. Williams says:
The last Dell I bought had two 160gb drives in a raid array, and no more space, which meant I couldn't upgrade them without a great deal of cost and effort. It was the point I gave up on Dell because I had so many similar experiences of non-upgradeability.

Are these drives in a raid array, or simply a master and slave?

In reply to an earlier post on 29 Nov 2012 11:44:14 GMT
Duncraig says:
This PC the disks are SATA channel 1&2 but there are six SATA sockets on the board. The DVD uses one leaving 3 free. There is a 5 1/4" bay empty for the installation of a second DVD so with a set of 5 1/4" to 3 1/2" adapter rails a third drive could go here. I plan to do this in a month or two once I'm sure the PC is running fine. There is plenty space under the disk housing to hang at least another two hard drives on home made brackets but then power would be an issue as there are only two spare DC plugs on the supply. Hope this is of use.
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