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    I know they are quite expensive.
    Say it was a joint present from family, and some money for me.
    (There isnt really anything else i need or want, i have to have something right? xD , but i'd get NO other presents =[ )

    Any got any All in one PC's? Seen a lot of people with the Apple ones, and they seem to love them. This particular one has good reviews, so do many others.

    I have a laptop that is capable of running all the games i have, including very high end ones, albeit on a 15.5 inch screen, but its really hard to go the the cheaper options ><.

    Are they worth it? They mostly look really nice, multi-touch screen always a play.. nice to have for my music and DVD's etc.. but i do realise, as i can play games on my laptop and that this is for a student (they seem to market it towards family homes?) i may just be over- doing it.

    Anyone know of the best (in terms of price too) all in one PC? I do want a cheaper one, just.. looking at specs puts me off lol.

    Or does anyone want to convince me to look around (maybe you can suggest some ;D) for desktops and such instead?
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    I don't quite see why you'd want one. I mean that from your post.
 
 
 
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