What do you think of this PC deal ?

  Killuminati 19:19 01 Jun 06
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Performance PC. Pentium D 2MB Cache. (940 Pentium D 3.2 , Standard Case , 17" TFT, Nvidia 7300GS 128MB , 250GB Sata 2 Hard Drive , 2048 DDR , Xp Home With SP2 & Disc , 16 X DVD Dual Layer Writer , 54Mpbs Wireless Card )

For around £700 from pcoption.co.uk inc. tax and shipping

What do you think ?

  Killuminati 19:34 01 Jun 06

bump

  skidzy 19:46 01 Jun 06

Can you post the link directly to the pc in question please Killuminati.
Once at the location,highlight the address,right click and copy then paste into the message box and post response.PCA will turn into a click here.

  Killuminati 19:54 01 Jun 06
  mattyc_92 19:57 01 Jun 06

Not a bad spec, but abit pricey for 700 quid

  mattyc_92 19:58 01 Jun 06

Oops... just noticed "Spec Below For £408" on the site

£408 isn't bad for that computer (as stated on the site)

  Killuminati 20:01 01 Jun 06

What about for the whole thing as stated above (w/ all upgrades) ?

Is it fairly priced or do you think I could get something similar for cheaper ?

Would you say it is better than this one from dell ?











DimensionTM 5150Office & Entertainment
£599Includes VAT & Shipping

Buy Now, Pay in 2007Conditions of Finance
Product Details

SPECIAL OFFERS View AllMemory - Now 2048MB (Was 1024MB)Offer valid on selected Dimension desktops and Inspiron notebooks Due to End 07/06/2006. More DetailsFREE DELL COLOUR PRINTER

Offer valid on selected Dimension desktops and Inspiron notebooks Due to End 14/06/2006. More Details
Processor

Intel® Pentium® D Processor 820 with Dual Core Technology (2.80GHz, 800MHz FSB, 2x1MB cache)

Operating system
Genuine Windows® XP Media Center Edition 2005
Memory
1024MB DDR2 RAM (now 2048)
Harddrive
160GB Serial ATA Hard Drive (7200 RPM)
Monitor
17" Analogue Flat Panel Monitor (17.0" v.i.s)
Network Card
Integrated 10/100 NIC
Graphic Card
256MB PCI ExpressT ATI RadeonT X600 Hypermemory
Sound Card
Integrated Audio
Optical Drive16x DVD+/-RW Drive#
Service
1 Year Collect and Return (CAR) service
E-Value CodeUKDHSONL-D06516

£599Includes VAT & Shipping

  Terry Brown 20:09 01 Jun 06

Like the man says " You pays your money and takes your choice".

If this is what you intend to go for, why not ?, then next week/month there may be a better system, but if you do that you will never buy a system.

The question to ask is "Will it do all I want it to ?"
If the answer is yes, then go for it.
Terry

  mattyc_92 20:12 01 Jun 06

What exactly are you buying the computer for? Gaming? Word Processing? Internet?

  Killuminati 20:12 01 Jun 06

Yeah, but I'd like to know that the thing I'm paying for is worth the money

Do you thnk it's reasonable for the price ?

Cheers.

  Killuminati 20:14 01 Jun 06

All three, mostly surfing the internet, downloading/storing music and videos, moderately concerned with games but not too much...

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