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Hello, I'm new to the site. Due to my newness I somehow originally posted this to the Software forum, so I'm trying again.
I am looking for some knowledge regarding the eMachines class action settlement. I have sent for and received the certificate and am now considering which computer being offered is the one for me. Here's the rub. On the class action redemption site, (http://www.emachinesredeem.com/Acer-Celeron-2-7GHz-Desktop-AT3-600-UR33/dp/B00FKZ3XSG?field_availabi...), the unit I'm considering, the Acer AT3-600-UR33, many of the specified things, such as video memory and available expansion slots are shown as "not available". Does this mean that these things are not available, or that the information is not available? I've checked the specs on-line, but I'm concerned that the unit offered on the site isn't exactly the same as the ones I've examined on-line. The site says the graphics is on board, but the research I've done indicates that there is a separate graphics card in this computer. Specifically, I want to know if I can run two monitors from this computer, or add a video card to run a second monitor. Thanks in advance for your help.