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Acer Aspire Z3-605 23-inch Touchscreen All-in-One PC (Intel Core i3 3227 1.9GHz Processor, 6GB RAM, 1TB HDD, DVDRW, LAN, WLAN, Integrated Graphics, Windows 8)
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- Multitask easily with powerful processor and graphics options
- Stunning HD visuals combined with Dolby Home Theater v4 surround sound
- The slim all-in-one design saves space and features an optimised tilt for convenient and comfortable entertainment
Acer Aspire Z3-605 23-inch Touchscreen All-in-One PC
Harman Kardon and Dolby Combined
The Acer Aspire Z3-605 comes with Harman Kardon speakers and Dolby Home Theater v4, meaning tinny sound, weak volume, and buzzing and rattling is replaced with accurate, honest sound which is reproduced just as heard in the recording studio.
Easily switch between listening modes for difference scenarios, hear dialogs clearly while watching noisy live reports and smoothly enjoy sound effects without sudden volume increases in movies with Harman Kardon and Dolby.
Handy Front I/O
Inspired by Aspire M3; frequently-used I/O ports are grouped in a capsule-shape area in the front to offer easier access to the OSD button, SD Card reader, USB 3.0 and 2-in-1 combo audio jack. This eliminates tangled cords from the back or side ports.
A complimentary anti-dust cover is used to protect the handy front I/O from dust when it's not in use.
At a Glance
- Optimised Sound -- Honest, well-tuned audio delivered by Harman Kardon speakers and Dolby Home Theater v4.
- Easier Access -- Control Windows 8 from a distance using hand gestures and a handy front I/O offers quick access to most frequently-used ports.
- Ultra HD -- Full HD, IPS display and adjustable HD webcam (up to 20°).
- 10-point Multi-touch LCD -- More fun at your fingertips.
- Windows 8 -- Explore the touch interface with apps from Windows Store.
- HDMI-in -- Connect with HD media devices for much more high-quality fun.
Control with Hand Gestures
The Acer Aspire Z3-605 offers more than just a touchscreen -- you can control Windows 8 without touching anything. Use your hands to intuitively interact with Windows 8 Metro UI and App, remotely control your mouse in desktop mode and switch in between.
There are two modes: Desktop Mode allows you to increase mobility and stay productive with your hand and wireless keyboard. Meanwhile, Metro Mode allows you to select and move any item, you can also zoom in and out for a better view.
Simply place you hand up to 20-30cm away in Windows 8 Metro Mode, or 50-150cm away in Windows 8 Desktop Mode, to begin hand tracking. Then you can select applications with a grabbing gesture, and suspend actions by simply waving.
Full HD, IPS Display and Touchscreen
The Full HD, IPS display offers consistent views, colours and brightness from whichever angle you choose -- up to 178° horizontal/vertical with the tiltable stand. Watch with friends or family, and you can all enjoy the same view at once.
The 23-inch 1080p screen offers 1920 x 1080 resolution with mercury-free LED backlit LCD. You can also control Windows 8 with your fingertips, thanks to the 10-point multi-touch LCD.
Adjustable HD Webcam
This adjustable HD webcam enables both adults and children to comfortably find their ideal positions to communicate. The HD webcam can adjust up to 20°, so it supports more scenarios even if you're sitting, standing or lying down.
The Acer Aspire Z3-605 features HDMI, gigabit Ethernet and Wi-Fi connection. The 10/100/1000 gigabit Ethernet provides connectivity via a high-speed wired connection, while 802.11 Wi-Fi allows you to enjoy fast internet speed to instantly enjoy online multimedia without being limited by location.
There is also a HDMI-input so you can connect your HD media devices for much more high-quality fun.
Top Customer Reviews
The build quality of this machine is decent, the display is clear and bright (though obviously not as amazing as some of the more pricey machines out there). I have previously owned or set up three different Acer laptops, and my only gripe with the brand is that the machines come pre-loaded with loads of bloatware you just don't need, which slows down your machine's boot times and performance. Make sure you spend a bit of time removing these programmes. This is why I only gave 4*. It also comes with McAfee, which is also pointless for most users these days (given Windows 8.1's excellent AV straight out of the box) and I would recommend removing this too, as McAfee is a resource hog.
All in all though, I would recommend this machine. I was setting this one up for a friend, but having seen the machine and the value for money it offers (an i5 processor and decent 23" touchscreen at this price is remarkable), I am now considering purchasing one for my own home office.
Anyway, thanks ACER, you are a big hit for me!!
It would be nice if Windows 7 was offered instead.
In my view a very good computer spoiled by the software.
When is it going to become illegal to sell systems that aren't fault free or at least carry a health warning. This is all a comment on the hardware or software - not the supplier who did excellent job replacing the first machine that came from acer without an op system installed.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Had it for about half a year now, no issues at all, despite the long daily use for work in Photoshop or animation and video editing software.Published on 19 Aug. 2014 by Lucy
After a lot of problems with the initial order we finally got what we required and are happy with are purchasePublished on 20 July 2014 by Hugh Williams
This the first all in one computer, up to now I am very pleased with it, some of the pre loaded software is pointless, so I've deleted them, otherwise fine.Published on 26 April 2014 by Amazon Customer
What a product! Great price and prompt delivery would highly recommend this all in one to anyone. Kids love the touchscreen novelty I confess to not using the touch screen much. Read morePublished on 10 April 2014 by Mrs Suzanne J B
Still getting to grips with Windows 8. A lot of the apps are difficult to grasp for a person of my advanced years.Published on 5 Mar. 2014 by Dejay