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Desktop advice


el jimbo2

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I need to buy a new desktop as my old one has win xp and compatability issues.

I need a reliable, trouble free brand between £300 and £400 for simple family use, nothing demanding.

Also it must have good after-sales service.

Recomendations?

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Transferred to Consumerwatch from the Helproom.

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hastelloy

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Terry Brown

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You might want to consider buying a base unit only, if the other hardware is in good condition (i.e. Keyboard-Mouse-Monitor).

http://uk.search.yahoo.com/search?ourmark=1&ei=utf-8&fr=chr-nectar&slv8-&type=61465&p=computer%20base%20unit

I have not tried these sites so get advice before buying.

Terry

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el jimbo2

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Thanks, guys.

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