• Dell Inspiron 660 Desktop Computer - Intel Core i3 i3-3240 3.40 GHz - Mini-tower - Black
Dell Inspiron 660 Desktop Computer - Intel Core i3 i3-3240 3.40 GHz - Mini-tower - Black

Dell Inspiron 660 Desktop Computer - Intel Core i3 i3-3240 3.40 GHz - Mini-tower - Black

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  • Intel Core i3-3240 Processor 3.4GHz
  • 8GB DDR3-1600 RAM, 1TB 7,200RPM Hard Drive
  • Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium (64-bit)
  • Intel HD, 16x DVDRW Drive
  • Dell 1506 802.11b/g/n Wireless

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Five StarsWorks wonderfully. Still running5Efficient But Bare BonesBought this 3 days ago from Staples, same exact desktop computer. My Acer Aspire desktop died after 4 yrs & I bought this Dell since it was on sale & cheap. It has a large hard drive & RAM, disc burner....but that's about it. Upon startup the only desktop icon was the recycle bin & an ebay icon, this confused me as I thought all comps came with preloaded stuff, usually I see tons of icons upon startup of a new comp but this has nothing-it had me worried that I had a refurbished comp instead of a new one, according to a phone call to Dell this is normal they claim. It has McAfee Internet Security anti virus but told me it would expire in 29 days, according to Dell it's only a free trial & only lasts a month, McAfee also didn't work so I had to go to the McAfee website to download a "fix" for it & it finally ran- a fix for a 3 day old computer. Comes with MS Office but this too is a free trial. Tried to hook up my mouse (a mouse which outlasted 4 computers in the past 10 yrs) but the hookup at the end wouldn't go into anything, wasn't compatible so I had to use the Dell mouse I was given with the computer. I also don't understand why the tower is so HUGE, seems archaic since most towers today are short & tiny anymore, this tower looks very 2001, enormous and heavy but so be it. Right under the CD drive is another slot which I thought there might be a 2nd cd drive but upon inspecting it & flipping up the cover there is an empty hole, no clue why this is the way it is, looks almost like someone removed a cd drive from it though I'm sure that's not the case. It comes with Windows 7 which is a plus for me since I don't desire to ever have Windows 8. It basically looks like my Acer that had Windows 7, only difference is the brand name and the lack of pre-loaded software. It's bare bones if I've ever seen it, no software no nothing aside from the standard Windows applications. Aside from that it works fine, quick to respond, fast startup, easy setup, tower is fairly quiet when running, cd drive works fine, comes with a large black optical laser mouse with scrollwheel and basic black keyboard. It does not come with a monitor or external speakers. Memory card slots are in front at the middle of the tower under a flip cover, I have yet to use this or any of the headphone or microphone hookups. It comes with IE 10, which I'm not fond of but still getting used to. I used my own General Electric external speakers as well as my own Logitech light up scissor switch quiet keyboard and they both work fine with no issues. It recognized my Epson printer easily. It has enough memory and a large enough hard drive that's good for tons of photos and tons of music. It comes with Adobe Flash but it wasn't the most current version & caused online games to act strange, after DL'ing the newest flash everything was fine. For an inexpensive computer the size of the hard drive and memory has me impressed and aside from the minor issues I mentioned above everything seems to be working fine. If you need a comp for basic computing or to hold a lot of pics or music this computer would be fine. To give you an idea my last Acer computer had a 500gb hard drive & 4gb of ram & I had well over 3,000 songs on it along with alot of pictures & there were no issues with anything slowing down so this Dell would be more than enough. I've had multiple windows open with this Dell as well and no issues at all. So far so good. Just beware if you want a small space saving tower this wouldn't be for you-it's tall and wide & heavy, 36 pounds. Other than that everything is fine.4Great ValueI picked this up at Staples for just a little over four hundred dollars. My previous computer was starting to act up and I didn't want to deal with the learning curve associated with Windows 8.It doesn't come with much software, but that's fine since I'll just load what I want. It's hard to believe for this price you get a machine with 8GB of RAM and a 1TB hard drive. I primarily use this for photo editing and storage and it works great for that task. It's much more responsive than my previous machine.I have Photoshop CC and Lightroom 5 installed and both run very quickly. Very pleased with the purchase.5Three StarsWish I'd bought a different brand.3Four Starsgreat price4
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Five StarsWorks wonderfully. Still running5Efficient But Bare BonesBought this 3 days ago from Staples, same exact desktop computer. My Acer Aspire desktop died after 4 yrs & I bought this Dell since it was on sale & cheap. It has a large hard drive & RAM, disc burner....but that's about it. Upon startup the only desktop icon was the recycle bin & an ebay icon, this confused me as I thought all comps came with preloaded stuff, usually I see tons of icons upon startup of a new comp but this has nothing-it had me worried that I had a refurbished comp instead of a new one, according to a phone call to Dell this is normal they claim. It has McAfee Internet Security anti virus but told me it would expire in 29 days, according to Dell it's only a free trial & only lasts a month, McAfee also didn't work so I had to go to the McAfee website to download a "fix" for it & it finally ran- a fix for a 3 day old computer. Comes with MS Office but this too is a free trial. Tried to hook up my mouse (a mouse which outlasted 4 computers in the past 10 yrs) but the hookup at the end wouldn't go into anything, wasn't compatible so I had to use the Dell mouse I was given with the computer. I also don't understand why the tower is so HUGE, seems archaic since most towers today are short & tiny anymore, this tower looks very 2001, enormous and heavy but so be it. Right under the CD drive is another slot which I thought there might be a 2nd cd drive but upon inspecting it & flipping up the cover there is an empty hole, no clue why this is the way it is, looks almost like someone removed a cd drive from it though I'm sure that's not the case. It comes with Windows 7 which is a plus for me since I don't desire to ever have Windows 8. It basically looks like my Acer that had Windows 7, only difference is the brand name and the lack of pre-loaded software. It's bare bones if I've ever seen it, no software no nothing aside from the standard Windows applications. Aside from that it works fine, quick to respond, fast startup, easy setup, tower is fairly quiet when running, cd drive works fine, comes with a large black optical laser mouse with scrollwheel and basic black keyboard. It does not come with a monitor or external speakers. Memory card slots are in front at the middle of the tower under a flip cover, I have yet to use this or any of the headphone or microphone hookups. It comes with IE 10, which I'm not fond of but still getting used to. I used my own General Electric external speakers as well as my own Logitech light up scissor switch quiet keyboard and they both work fine with no issues. It recognized my Epson printer easily. It has enough memory and a large enough hard drive that's good for tons of photos and tons of music. It comes with Adobe Flash but it wasn't the most current version & caused online games to act strange, after DL'ing the newest flash everything was fine. For an inexpensive computer the size of the hard drive and memory has me impressed and aside from the minor issues I mentioned above everything seems to be working fine. If you need a comp for basic computing or to hold a lot of pics or music this computer would be fine. To give you an idea my last Acer computer had a 500gb hard drive & 4gb of ram & I had well over 3,000 songs on it along with alot of pictures & there were no issues with anything slowing down so this Dell would be more than enough. I've had multiple windows open with this Dell as well and no issues at all. So far so good. Just beware if you want a small space saving tower this wouldn't be for you-it's tall and wide & heavy, 36 pounds. Other than that everything is fine.4Great ValueI picked this up at Staples for just a little over four hundred dollars. My previous computer was starting to act up and I didn't want to deal with the learning curve associated with Windows 8.It doesn't come with much software, but that's fine since I'll just load what I want. It's hard to believe for this price you get a machine with 8GB of RAM and a 1TB hard drive. I primarily use this for photo editing and storage and it works great for that task. It's much more responsive than my previous machine.I have Photoshop CC and Lightroom 5 installed and both run very quickly. Very pleased with the purchase.5Three StarsWish I'd bought a different brand.3Four Starsgreat price4
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