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    Reviews - Philips Smart All-in-One S231C4AFD

    The low-cost alternative to a Windows PC?
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    Re: Reviews - Philips Smart All-in-One S231C4AFD

    I stuggle to see the relevance for something like this, surely the market they are aiming at is already being taken up by tablets?

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    Re: Reviews - Philips Smart All-in-One S231C4AFD

    Seems completely pointless to me. I doubt they will sell many.

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    Re: Reviews - Philips Smart All-in-One S231C4AFD

    Might be worth it when its on Morgan Computers a year from now. Would be useful for home automation.

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    Re: Reviews - Philips Smart All-in-One S231C4AFD

    I prefer dumb screens and reading about this has not changed my mind in the slightest ! I also hate the idea of touchscreen PC monitors because of the fingerprint problem... which I also hate on my tablet but I don't have much choice of input method on that.

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    Re: Reviews - Philips Smart All-in-One S231C4AFD

    They've really missed a trick with this. If it had TV connectivity then I would definitely consider replacing my freeview TV in the kitchen for one of these.

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    Re: Reviews - Philips Smart All-in-One S231C4AFD

    For £350 you could get a much better monitor and just connect whatever device you used to read this article on to it.

    It really is that simple, this device is pointless.

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    Re: Reviews - Philips Smart All-in-One S231C4AFD

    24 inch screen nice for a large tablet but useless for a computer and why business hates win 8 so when will these idiotic people learn we want touch screen tablets and computers both.

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    Re: Reviews - Philips Smart All-in-One S231C4AFD

    Android will never be a desktop or laptop OS as window 8 showed that as it earned the reputation of being the second worst OS Microsoft has ever made with only with windows ME the blue screen edition being a close second worst as the reason business hate 8 is been show it cut worker performance by 30% after a few weeks and by 50% while they getting use to it

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