ACER Aspire X3200 Refurbished Desktop PC £219.97 delivered @ Dixons - HotUKDeals
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AMD Phenom X3 8550 (2.2 GHz), Genuine Windows Vista® Home Premium, 3072 MB, Hard drive: 320 Gb, DVD±RW DL, Black case

The Acer Aspire X3200 Refurbished Desktop PC is powered by the AMD Phenom X3 8550 Processor, and comes pre-installed with the Genuine Windows Vista® Home Premium operating system.

A sizeable 320GB hard drive provides ample space for your multimedia files and documents, whilst the 3GB RAM should keep the system ticking along nicely even during multitasking.

Offered at an attractive saving over new prices, the Acer Aspire X3200 Refurbished Desktop PC incorporates a DVD rewriter and capable NVIDIA GeForce 8200 graphics to provide plenty of entertainment potential.

There is also plenty in the way of connectivity, with a whopping nine USB ports, an RJ-45 Ethernet port, a FireWire port, an 18-in-1 media card reader, and a VGA port for connection to a display.

In terms of sound, the Aspire X3200 Refurbished Desktop PC boasts 7.1-channel audio support and Dolby Home Theatre technology.

If you're seeking a dependable desktop PC which can deliver on all fronts, this great-value Acer Aspire X3200 Refurbished Desktop PC is an excellent choice!

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It's not bad, but not great either. The processor is getting on a bit see link below

http://www.cpubenchmark.net/high_end_cpus.html

That said apparently it a has hdmi and e-sata aswell as the card readers. You'll be hard pressed if you intend to upgrade as its small form factor, but could possibly make a good HTPC with a bit of know how. I'm a self confessed Vista hater so would get rid of that straight away, but that's just my opinion as is all of this post. Voted luke warm by the way
#2
OK thanks for the advice, think I might take the plunge because my requirements aren't that great.
#3
How does this compare with a AMD Athlon AM3 X2 245 Dual-Core Processor?

I'm just about to buy a PC with that processor, 2GB RAM and a 500GB hard drive for £200 (without an OS)

Which would be better?

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