Space Saver

  New Neophyte 09:52 07 Jun 05
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Hello people.

I'm looking for a new PC, but space is an issue. I don't want to go the laptop route. I'm looking at a budget around £700-£800. I need basic office functions and perhaps some mid-table gameplay facility. Nothing too specialised and preferably from a reliable provider.

Can anyone suggest a small case PC manufacturer that might fit the bill?

Many thanks.

NN

  spuds 10:05 07 Jun 05

Don't know about the small case, as most builds are to standard specifications and the contents therein. Laptops would be the smallest size available.You could possible adapt a bare-bone system, but this could involve more work and specialised help.

  wee eddie 10:15 07 Jun 05

Dell for instance.

Size/footprint is about the same as a small monitor and you normally put the monitor on top of the base.

  Pesala 18:08 07 Jun 05

Most manufacturers offer small form-factor PCs like this one from Evesham: click here

  Pesala 18:14 07 Jun 05

click here for small form factor range.

  New Neophyte 20:21 07 Jun 05

Many thanks for the responses. Keep 'em coming!

Cheers,

NN

  New Neophyte 12:59 08 Jun 05

or not as the case may be LOL

NN

  Stuartli 14:51 08 Jun 05

At least one person I've spoken to recently raves about the Shuttle models - my view is that they are somewhat ugly, but he claims the benefits outweigh such points.

Some examples here:

click here

  Stuartli 15:04 08 Jun 05

The Abit versions are included on the TodayOnly page:

click here

  georgemac © 16:23 08 Jun 05

click here a nice starting point - and cost effective

  New Neophyte 10:19 09 Jun 05

Thanks muchly people. A big help and food for thought.

Cheers,

NN

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