[QUOTE=eric93se;2225874]typically its the faster clock speed, so I would say the celeron. Also the Celeron’s will most likely use less power, but it depends on other things as well. Like how much RAM and how good the HDD’s are is also something to consider. If you buy so many PC’s there will be a lot of trouble shooting to do to make sure there is no crap loaded (spyware, viruses etc). Also I would suggest to clean out all of the cases with compressed air especially on all the heatsinks and the PSU’s to get all the dust out.
So all of these kids are spread accross only a few families or a lot. You might be getting a cheap deal on the used PC’s but they won’t be capable of doing much other than basic tasks, web browsing and word processing type stuff. Do you have any computer building skills? Have you considered building a basic modern PC, one for each family.[/QUOTE]
3 sets of twins: my two sisters each have one set and my one brother’s wife had a set of twins, so the answer is yes, the kids are pretty spread out evenly between all 7 family members. I HAVE NONE.
i think the PC’s have 512mb ddr and i believe they are selling each one for $50 each with all the moniters,keyboards,mouse and the speakers are built in.
I’m sure i’ll get help paying for them from my sisters and brothers.