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I'm no expert with these but does seem a good price.
Available from Thursday 23 July.
Comes with a 3 year warranty
AMD Phenom X4 9650 Quad Core Processor

ATI Radeon HD4550 DirectX® 10.1 graphic card with 512 MB dedicated memory onboard and integrated HDMI-/DVI-interface

640 GB hard disk for more than 120,000 songs or photos (average 4 MB per photo or music title)

4 GB 4096 MB DDR2 Dual Channel SDRAM with 800 MHz 64 Bit1

Upgrade Licence free upgrade5 from Windows Vista® to Windows 7

High Speed Wireless Networking High speed Wireless LAN 802.11 n-Draft with up to 300 Mbit/s. 802.11 b/g compatible2

eSATA for connecting external SATA devices

AUDIO 8 Channel High-Definition Sound3

DVD/CD burner play and create DVDs and CDs4

LAN Network Controller Gigabit LAN 10/100/1000 Mbit/s. on board

Software included (OEM versions pre-installed and/or on CD/DVD and recovery DVD or CD)

Genuine Windows Vista® Home Premium 32 Bit
Microsoft® Works 9.0
Microsoft® Office Home & Student 2007 Trial Edition7
Cyberlink Power2Go 6
Corel® Draw Essentials 3
Corel® MediaOne
BullGuard Internet Security8
System recovery powered by Symantec: http://www.symantec.com
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Why is this being voted cold?
#2
mamboboy
Because it's expensive really. The GPU is fairly old now and can be bought for £35. The CPU/Memory/Motherboard can be bought in a bundle from Ebuyer for £160...so on and so forth. It could be built (without a Vista license) for under £300...


Not everyone knows how to build a PC me included you cant compare this to building your own.:x
#3
Building PCs is easy, you just slot them together and they work. There are plenty of guides on the web but really, there's no mystery to it.
#4
mamboboy
Because it's expensive really. The GPU is fairly old now and can be bought for £35. The CPU/Memory/Motherboard can be bought in a bundle from Ebuyer for £160...a mini ATX case with PSU would cost you around £40, and a Keyboard/mouse combo would be around £15 probably. It could be built (without a Vista license) for £250...


Funny that now can be built for £250...nice bit of editing there to try and justifiy how bad you think this deal is, luckly you were quoted and your original price remains.:whistling:
#5
mamboboy
Well, I'm sure everyone personally knows a friend who's capable of building PC's. If I wasn't computer savvy, I'd be happy to spent £250 on the parts and throw my friend £10 for building it for me.

I actually edited it cuz I didn't originally check to see the total price. When I did, I realised it was actually CHEAPER to build than my presumption. So I'm not trying to cover anything up.

If you can justify spending an extra £179.99 so you'd be safe to know you're covered by warranty (which all the hardware will come with any way) and you think you should pay the extra for a pre-built PC, then that's totally your choice man. I'm not here to spoil posts as I always explain WHY when I vote cold. I never vote with just myself in mind, but I just wouldn't want people paying £180 more than they should.


Oh it comes with a 3 year warranty too.
1 Like #6
well i voted hot as i agree not everyone can build a pc, plus the 3 years warranty. Op should change the title and state its Medion branded.
#7
Computerman
well i voted hot as i agree not everyone can build a pc, plus the 3 years warranty. Op should change the title and state its Medion branded.


Edited:thumbsup:
#8
mamboboy
And PC deals are notoriously tough to become hot here. Hell, I posted one from Scan earlier today that's prebuilt and it actually costs more to buy the parts separately, but that barely got over 20 degrees!

if memory serves me right, i voted hot on that one.
#9
mamboboy
Well, I'm sure everyone personally knows a friend who's capable of building PC's. If I wasn't computer savvy, I'd be happy to spent £250 on the parts and throw my friend £10 for building it for me.


Glad I'm not your friend.................:whistling:
that's slave labour :-D

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