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Best Desktop pc from pc world or group

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6y, 11m agoPosted 6 years, 11 months ago
Am due to receive £430 in vouchers for pc world to replace my broken desktop and wanted input on the best computer i could purchase for the monies as i have not got a clue, would even consider a laptop and putting a bit of extra cash towards for a nice system, would be used for the internet, and watching sports online, not much other than that maybe a few office utilities.

so if anyone has any advice on where my voucher would be best spent, already have a monitor etc
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6y, 11m agoPosted 6 years, 11 months ago

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This is the beat I could find on PCW at that price and its not bad....

HP Pavilion p6203uk - Desktop PC with 20" HP monitor

Operating system Genuine Windows (R) 7 Home Premium
Operating system mode 64-bit
Processor brand Intel
Processor model Pentium Dual-Core
Processor Number E5300
Processor clock speed 2.8GHz
Processor cache 2MB
RAM memory size 4GB
RAM memory type DDR3
RAM memory clock speed 1066MHz
Hard drive capacity 320GB
Hard Drive Spin Speed 7200rpm
First hard drive interface SATA
Optical drive type DVD-Rewriter
Graphics card brand Intel
Graphics card model GMA X4500HD
Graphics card outputs VGA
Soundcard type Onboard
Number of audio channels 5.1
Outputs 3.5mm
Media Card Reader YES
TV tuner and type No
Number of USB ports 6
Built-in WiFi and type Yes - 802.11b/g
Network LAN and type Yes - 10/100/1000 Ethernet
Bluetooth NO
Keyboard and type Yes - Wired
Mouse and Type Yes - Wired
Monitor Brand HP
Monitor Model 2009
Monitor display size 20 inches
Maximum Monitor Resolution 1600 x 900
Contrast Ratio 1000:1 The higher the contrast ratio the better the picture quality
Response rate 5 ms
Video inputs VGA

£449.49 and says in-store is £509 but I would take a copy of the print out and tell them you want it at the web price, but don't tell them its for an insurance claim till the last min and let them hum and haw a bit............and if this suits and you get it for the price..............then tell them at the till its an insurance card thingy!!

I think its ok for the money............and someone I know has this and he has not complained so far....

Hope it helps...


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