Super Budget - not super when you're budgeting...

  toadoftoadhall 20:24 02 May 03

Whilst I find the Super Budget PC Advisor review very informative and helpful, when you do the math it's actually reviewing computers that cost nearly £900 after vat, delivery and the odd accesory are added on.

Would it not be a good idea to have another category for the mega cheap computers that cost around £500 inc vat?

Either that, or drop the price bracket to a more realistic Super Budget price of say £499..?

  Strawballs 21:07 02 May 03

Wrong forum

  woodchip 21:12 02 May 03

Well you can create one yourself cheaper than £499, but it depends what power you want. The above would be 1Gb cpu not ungradable onboard sound and Graphic's and modem

  woodchip 21:21 02 May 03
  Pesala 21:40 02 May 03

I agree, £699 is too much to be classed as Super Budget these days. £499 would be more reasonable. I posed his question before in Consumer Watch: click here

  toadoftoadhall 22:06 02 May 03

Ahhh! I posted in the wrong place!

Anyway, thanks for those tips Gents; I'll run off and have a look at those other threads...

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