Acer AX3950 Desktop PC (Intel Core i3-530 Processor, 3GB RAM, 500GB HDD, DVD-RW, Windows 7 Home Premium) with monitor 20 inch TFT was £749.00 now £389.99@amazon - HotUKDeals
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Acer AX3950 Desktop PC (Intel Core i3-530 Processor, 3GB RAM, 500GB HDD, DVD-RW, Windows 7 Home Premium) with monitor 20 inch TFT was £749.00 now £389.99@amazon

£389.99 @ Amazon
Good deal for people who rather prefer desktop PC than laptop. Good spec general use prebuild PC with win7 OS and monitor below 400. model PV.SE6E2.005 spec (according to acerdirect.co.uk) T… Read More
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6y, 2w agoFound 6 years, 2 weeks ago
Good deal for people who rather prefer desktop PC than laptop. Good spec general use prebuild PC with win7 OS and monitor below 400.

model PV.SE6E2.005 spec (according to acerdirect.co.uk)

The Acer Aspire X3950 is targeted at any user who demands ease of use, sleek design and affordability. Designed with productivity in mind, the capable Aspire X3950 offers value without sacrificing features. This system was designed with Intel Core i3 Processer and Windows 7 Home Premium Edition, which is perfect for any home! Also the 3GB Memory ensures that all your storage needs are met.

Form Factor - Small Form Factor (SFF)
Processor - Intel Core i3 - 2930 MHz
RAM - 3072 Mb
Hard Drive - 500 GB
Graphics - NVIDIA GeForce 7100
Optical Drive - DVD-RW
Operating System - Windows 7 Home Premium
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Looks interesting
#3
Looks good for the price
#4
Decent price but we had similar PC's at work from Acer (SFF style) with AMD and GeForce7100's, and had to send more than half of them back within a year because the graphics chipsets failed on the motherboards (some within a few months, others towards 12-18 months). There are no expansion slots either, so you can't actually put a graphics card in to remedy the issue.
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I think kitkat's nailed it - the whole point of a desktop is upgradability/expansion potential and speed/power. Not sure this does it for me.....

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