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Windows 8 Thread, All in one desktops to replace iMacs in Technical; I've had experience with both Novatech desktops/servers and Viglen desktops/servers and personally I wouldn't touch either now. But there again ...
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    I've had experience with both Novatech desktops/servers and Viglen desktops/servers and personally I wouldn't touch either now.

    But there again I have had better service from Dell when it comes to servers than HP so I guess it's swings and roundabouts and guess we are likely go by personal experience of support and/or reliability in most cases.

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    Have novatech desktops and laptops with no problems at all.
    Last of lot of Dell vostro laptops have been problematic and Dell education section are not interested - can't even price match price for buying one off their website when asked for a quote for 100.

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    I just went through this myself. Bought a suite of All-in-One's. I got quotes from Novatech, Viglen, VeryPC and Stone. I've seen the Novatech models before and they appear to be pretty sturdy machines. Not had any problems with them both in terms of machine or customer service. All four companies where quoting various forms of 3 or 5 yr warranty. We went with VeryPC this time, partly on the NDB warranty.

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    We have both, Viglen USFF, Viglen Omninios & Dell USFF and they are all much of a muchness , we went with Viglen this year on cost and so far they've been really good.

    Being very close to Novatech we have been approached by them several times & this year they sent us a custom built AIO, it was shockingly built, hdd was held in with one screw & it was a 2.5" drive not a desktop drive, the case had no instructions how to assemble it !! All in all very disappointing so it was boxed backup ASAP and sent back.

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    We've just had 100 Dell 9010 AIO's - seem like a very nice machine but time will tell

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    HP's seem to be running well on our campus (standard desktops), we have upgraded from old XP Viglens (which had a horrible power supply issue).

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