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BenQ nScreen i91

BenQ nScreen i91
alaScore 84

8 reviews

May, 2019

alaTest has collected and analyzed 8 reviews of BenQ nScreen i91. The average rating for this product is 3.7/5, compared to an average rating of 4.2/5 for other Desktops for all reviews. Reviewers really like the price and size, whereas there are some mixed views about the usability.

design, size, price

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Desktops the BenQ nScreen i91 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 84/100 = Very good quality.

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Expert review by : Elias Plastiras (goodgearguide.com.au)

BenQ nScreen i91 net-top

 

BenQ's nScreen i91 is an all-in-one, space-saving PC for basic tasks; just don't call it an iMac

All-in-one design, adequate processing power, neat solution for a space-starved apartment

Doesn't have 802.11n Wi-Fi, mouse is uncomfortable to use, needs more ports along the sides

The BenQ nScreen i91 is for the user who wants a basic, low-cost PC and monitor that won't take up much space, and which will be able to run the majority of software thrown on it (as long as it's not video editing or high-end photo editing software).

May, 2009

Expert review by : Elias Plastiras (pcworld.idg.com.au)

BenQ nScreen i91 net-top

 

BenQ's nScreen i91 is an all-in-one, space-saving PC for basic tasks; just don't call it an iMac

All-in-one design, adequate processing power, neat solution for a space-starved apartment

Doesn't have 802.11n Wi-Fi, mouse is uncomfortable to use, needs more ports along the sides

May, 2009

Expert review by : Jayesh Shinde (pcworld.in)

Benq nScreen i91

 

One of the most inexpensive entry-level all-in-one PC, the Benq nScreen i91 has nice clean looks and offers good performance.

Looks and design ; Matte screen ; Volume dial ; Price

DVD Writer ; Features

For a price tag of Rs. 27,000, the Benq nScreen i91's the most inexpensive all-in-one PC we've reviewed till now, and offers good price-to-performance value. If all you do on your PC is watch movies, surf the Web, and work on Office apps, then this is...

Dec, 2009

Expert review by : Alex Kidman (cnet.com.au)

BenQ nScreen i91

 

BenQ's nettop looks affordable on the surface, but you're still paying a premium for a low-powered desktop machine.

Slimline design ; Easy set-up

Upwards mounted USB ports ; Keyboard is awful ; Low powered like other nettops

Using the nScreen for basic computing tasks certainly work as you'd expect, and there's a reasonable argument for a "simple" computer that doesn't involve lots of cabling or connections for a sector of the market. At AU$899 for this base model, the...

May, 2009

Expert review by (itp.net)

BenQ nScreen i91

 

The nScreen i91 is for users that are keen on using a PC for light computing use. Does it hit the right buttons?

If you aren’t interested in HD content and just want an all-in-one for basic, everyday app use, the nScreen i91 has your name on it.

Nov, 2009

Expert review by : Mendelson Tiu (smartoffice.com.au)

A BenQ PC Even Nanna Can Use

 

The BenQ nScreen is suited for users who are not tech-savvy. It caters to the elderly, young children, and just about anyone who just wants to use the computer to browse the Internet, chat or do video calling, and run basic productivity software.

Ease of use; One knob for power and volume control; Brightness buttons; USB ports aplenty; Large screen; Upgradable RAM and HDD; Additional software for the elderly; Wi-fi built-in

No optical drive

Apr, 2009

Expert review by (smarthouse.com.au)

Benq nScreen i91

 

The BenQ nScreen is suited for users who are not tech-savvy. It caters to the elderly, young children, and just about anyone who just wants to use the computer to browse the Internet, chat or do video calling, and run basic productivity software.

Ease of use ; One knob for power and volume control ; Brightness buttons ; USB ports aplenty ; Large screen ; Upgradable RAM and HDD ; Additional software for the elderly ; Wi-fi built-in

No optical drive

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Apr, 2009