Tesco computers

  Del 13:50 26 Jul 05

Thinking of buying a tesco package computer, anyone had any problems with them?

Going for pretty standard PC package at £398.

  Jackcoms 14:27 26 Jul 05

Never bought a PC from Tesco, so can't comment.

However, I wouldn't do my weekly grocery shopping with Dell.

  Al94 16:08 26 Jul 05

Tesco don't make computers. What brand is it?

  Crash 16:21 26 Jul 05

they are usually philips pcs

  andywolve 16:26 26 Jul 05

Hi there,

Tesco Computers are from (usually) iQon, or something like that, but they do also sell computers or laptops from reputable manufacturers, such as ACER, HiGrade.

Working at Tesco, I havent heard anything wrong with the PCs,had a few back, but they were mainly about the printer not the actual computer itself.

I would recommend the Computers from Tesco.

You get clubcard points too!

  joesoaps 16:30 26 Jul 05

But it's a bit basic to say the least.click here|PCs&in_merch=1&in_merch_title=Bestsellers&in_merch_name=iQon+AMD+2800%2b+Family+PC+With+17'+CRT+Monitor+-+(Black%2fSilver) .if you just want it for internet use and some office type work it should be o.k

  joesoaps 16:32 26 Jul 05

Yikes,don't know what happened there,I suspect the pages are timed out.

  Del 16:41 26 Jul 05


Spec for £398 is

Intel Celeron-D330 2.6GHz Processor
80GB hard drive
CD/DVD/CD-RW/DVD-RW Combo Drive allows files to be saved on DVD
17' CRT Colour Monitor
V90 Modem - 56K
Integrated 10/100LAN
Integrated 2D/3D Graphics
Integrated 16-bit Sound
Keyboard and Mouse
Microsoft® Windows® XP Home Edition
Ability Office Suite
One year manufacturers on-site maintenance.

I will probably go out and get one.

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