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Great deal from Multivision

  please help 13:47 04 Aug 03
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I PC Advsor magazine, you say that praise should be given when deserved. This is such a time.
I ordered this great spec desktop from Multivision, for £1059, ex. vat and delivery:

AMD Athlon XP 3200 Processor
160 GB Hard disk 5400 rpm
Windows XP Home (original CD)
1 year RTB (parts and labour), and 4 years RTB (labour) warranty
Logitech deluxe Internet Keyboard and scroll mouse
Ability office xp (free)
Lexmark Z45SE Printer (free)
256 MB Geforce FX 5900 Ultra
Soundblaster Audigy 2 5.1
1024 MB DDR 333MHz RAM
NEC Multi Format DVD Writer
DVD - ROM Drive

  GraemeD 14:28 04 Aug 03

I'm interested, but can't find this spec on Multivisions website (or was it custom built by them) ?

  phoenix_one 14:52 04 Aug 03

I AM INTERESTED

Please can you tell me all about it I REALLY want to know more.

Thanks

  Mustapha 15:34 04 Aug 03

Why not give Multivision a ring and explain it to them. Thats what i did when i saw the Ionix R95 had gone from their website, i ordered it over the phone and am now awaiting delivery.

  please help 16:06 04 Aug 03

Go to click here, then click on the special offer Ionix. Click configure system. You don't even lose the great discount!

  Patr100 16:33 04 Aug 03

Glad you feel you got a good deal but no monitor and slower 5400rpm hard disk? Perpherals such as printers are never really "free", despite what the adds may say, they are included in the price you pay. A great bargain? Not so sure, but hope you enjoy it when it comes.

  please help 16:53 04 Aug 03

You can actually order a 17" monitor for £80, I just didn't need one.

  TBH1 17:01 04 Aug 03

whats the price in 'real' money - - -ie with VAT and delivery ?

  TBH1 17:03 04 Aug 03

and hey, whether you have a bargain or not, if you are happy with your kit then thats all that counts mate. Happy PC'ing - --

  please help 17:42 04 Aug 03

delivery is around £40 I think, then just add VAT

  Stuartli 17:48 04 Aug 03

So the VAT is going to add another £180 or so...:-)

I'm sure there are even better bargains somewhere out there and that someone will come up with them.

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