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Averatec D1133 Series


$600.00 Released November, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Dual core CPU. Ample memory and disk space. Large 18.4" display with 720p capable resolution (1680 x 945px).

The Cons:Cheap glossy plastic enclosure. Strange form factor isn't as attractive as other all-in-ones, takes up more space. Comes with Vista.

Averatec D1133 Series represents a set of entry-level all-in-one nettop PCs released in late 2009 as an improvement over the original D1130. It features a much faster AMD Athlon dual-core processor, 2GB of standard RAM, and a larger 250GB SATA hard-disc drive.

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Included is a large 18.4” LCD display that is connected via its base to a movable arm, allowing users to move it all over, and even position it to lie parallel to the tabletop. Unfortunately, the D1133 suffers from the same pitfalls as its predecessor: integrated graphics, extremely low audio output, and a lack of multimedia components. The pros, however, include an included eSATA interface, a DVI connector port, Gigabit connectivity, and fairly fast performance for a nettop.

Additional Information

If you want a bigger system, consider the D1205.

Features

  • All-in-One Desktop LC
  • Windows Vista OS (Upgrade Available)
  • Amd Athlon X2 CPU
  • DDR2 RAM
  • SATA HDD
  • Integrated Graphics/Audio
  • DVD Burner
  • Wired/Wireless Connectivity
  • 1.3MP Webcam

Specifications

  • Model Number: D1133AH1E-1
  • OS: Genuine Windows Vista Home Premium
  • Processor: Amd Athlon X2 3250e (1.5GHz)
  • Display: 18.4” WXGA Wide Screen (1680x945)
  • Chipset: RS780MN + SB700
  • Memory:  2B DDR2 SO-DIMM (Up to 4GB)
  • HDD: 250GB SATA, 5400rpm
  • Optical: Super Multi DVD
  • Networking: 802.11g, 10/100/1000 Ethernet
  • Card Reader: 4-n-1
  • Communications: 1.3MP Cam
  • Input: USB Keyboard, USB Mouse
  • Ports: USB, eSATA, Ethernet, DVI, Reader, Headphone, Mic
  • Warranty: 1 Year

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Pros
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    dual core CPU

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    ample memory and disk space

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    large 18.4" display with 720p capable resolution (1680 x 945px)

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    powerful enough for the vast majority of people who just use computers for basic productivity, internet browsing

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    optical drive - DVD burner

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    integrated Radeon HD 3200 graphics is vastly superior to Intel GMA on the majority of Intel-based nettops

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    very little added bloat/crapware from Averatec

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    eSATA port for speedy external storage

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    DVI output for use with another monitor

Cons
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    cheap glossy plastic enclosure

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    strange form factor isn't as attractive as other all-in-ones, takes up more space

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    comes with Vista

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    high price - the same cost of much higher powered or sleeker devices

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    display is not 1080p

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Susan
Susan: #averatec_d1133_series I have an Averatec All In One D1133AH1E-1. I need a recovery disk to make it useable again.
Can some one help me? I cannot find any help with my searches.
Thanks in advance. Mar 28, 12
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