Harold Mandel from Prestonsburg, KY United States
This is what is labeled CPU7 in the lab. One other, CPU5 is a Shuttle, but an earlier model. There's not a lot of room for PC cases that are sized like 1959 Buicks in this place, and now the '61V came with a wall-hanger and that's perfect, because up on the wall it went. I was worried about getting smaller-sized CD-ROM disks to stay in place in the vertical drawer, but the hub is a retaining hub. What nobody tells the end user is the DVI monitor socket is a DVI-I, and has four pins around the flat blade. (It's called a "24+5.") Now this will accept a DVI-D plug and cable, and the monitor can also have a DVI-D ("24+1") and it still works. This one came with an I5 uP, and sometimes I wonder if a '386 would be any different. The first thing I did prior to the VESA hanger, was to yank the barn doors off.
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April 1, 2014
Robert Kraus from Yorktown, VA United States
The support staff from Book PC is excellent. They were prompt to return phone calls and had sincere interest in seeing that we were happy with our new computers. I will be recommending them to my best friends without hesitation.