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How much do you intend to spend on your next PC?


PC Advisor

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We want to know what the average PC Advisor reader plans to spend on their next laptop/PC.

Let us know in our poll.

Poll: How much do you intend to spend on your next PC?

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morddwyd

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Didn't we already have this one recently?

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Quickbeam

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About half as much as my last one.

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Toneman

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Time do you mean? About the same as at present. Money? don't know what they'll be in ten years time...

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wiz-king

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Less than I spent on this one. Every time I by a computer I find I get more for less. (says he who has only had 3 PC's since Win 3.1)

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Bingalau

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Nothing, I will make do with this one until I expire I guess. I feel no urge to upgrade. This one will have to do.

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rdave13

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I've clicked under £400 but not sure if a fair answer. My next PC will be 'bits of' rather than the whole lot.

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Joseph Kerr

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Had a budget of 1k for this one. spent only 700 odd. So nect time will probably be equally amazed at what I can get for 700 odd. Short answer - don't know.

I want to get at least 4/5 years out of this one and I don't think I'm halfway there yet.

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john bunyan

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Maybe £900. My Dan with a 2.5 Gig HD cost £4000 in 1987 (plus Jazz cassettes at £60 per Gig), my 350 Gig Evesham about £1000 in 2008 so prices going down nicely.

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Diemmess

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How much will depend on when.

When, is the day when I cannot use XP Pro rapidly and easily, and have to accept the idea of W7 riding rough-shod over existing hard and software.

I really don't want to learn new tricks!

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ams4127

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Like Bingalau, my Evesham machines (Laptop and Desktop) will probably see me out.

Unless of course, one of my children takes pity on their aged parent.

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