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buying a new desk top Computer


Boy Zone

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I have a budget of £1000 to buy a PC and as much as I try to decide which pc to buy, I know what spec I want, and looked at PC World and saw this model H8-107uk priced at £999.00, then I did a search on the web and saw it priced at £546.00 from http://www.bargain-universe.com/products.php?product=HP-Pavilion-HPE-h8%252d1070uk-Desktop-PC.

Does anyone know of this company who are selling the same PC as PC World but cheaper?

Regards

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buteman

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It has no Security clearance from Wot or Avast Webrep so either a new company or and older business just starting selling on the Internet.

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buteman

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http://www.amazon.co.uk/Pavilion-h8-1075uk-Desktop-i7-2600-Processor/dp/B0056271WC

Not sure if this is the same version or not but a fair bit dearer but a lot cheaper than PC World.+ free delivery.

Unfortunately your post does not actually show the said computer. Just where to purchase it from.

If you stay near Manchester maybe go see them would be your best bet.

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buteman

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Yours.

http://www.bargain-universe.com/products.php?product=HP-Pavilion-HPE-h8%252d1070uk-Desktop-PC

Amazon.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Pavilion-h8-1075uk-Desktop-i7-2600-Processor/dp/B0056271WC/ref=sr11?ie=UTF8&qid=1316349026&sr=8-1

Slightly higher model number with Amazon so do not know what the difference is but almost £200 cheaper with the Manchester firm.

The usual answer is if it looks to good to be true then it usually is.

See what others thing or maybe a reply from someone that has already used that company.

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smurf46

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Have a read here, if it sounds to good to be true then it usually is :)

http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.php?p=46968761

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Boy Zone

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Thanks fro all the feedback, I think I'll pass on this offer, as you say if it sounds too good to be true it must be...

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