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Chillblast Fusion Neutino add-ons


Mike_R

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I'm looking to replace my grandchildrens' ancient desktop and am attracted to the Neutrino having read the review. My budget is around £500. The Chillblast Web site now has the price at £559.99 and lists a host of recommended extras which could bump up the price considerably. I would welcome advice on whether any of them are necessary and of good value. The desktop will mainly be used for surfing and homework. I expect some games will be played on it although the eldest grandchild has his own xbox360. Incidentally, three PCs are shown at the same price, the Atom, Neutron and Neutrino. I have not yet studied the specs sufficiently to spot the difference.

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JRL

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I have exactly the same problem and I've emailed Chillblast twice to ask the difference between the Neutron and Neutrino but had no reply. Did you buy one and, if so, are you happy with it?

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Mike_R

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In the end, their father said that another laptop woud be better so I bought an Acer 5750G.

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