DELL INSPIRON - 23" HD MONITOR, 6GB RAM, 1TB HD, INTEL QUAD CORE 2YR IN HOME WARRANTY - HotUKDeals
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Base Intel® Core 2 Quad-Core Q8300 Processor (2.50GHz, 4MB cache, 1333MHz FSB)
Microsoft Operating System Genuine Windows® 7 Home Premium 64bit - English
Memory 6144MB Dual Channel DDR3 1066MHz [2x2048 + 2x1024] Memory
Keyboard Dell USB Entry Keyboard - UK/Irish (QWERTY)
Monitor Dell ST2310 23" Full HD Widescreen Monitor - UK/Irish
Video Card nVidia GeForce GT220 1024MB graphics card
Hard Drive 1TB (7200rpm) SATA Hard Drive
Floppy Drive 19-in-1 Media Card reader
Mouse Dell 2 Button USB Scroll Optical Mouse - Black
Modem No Modem
Optical Devices 16X DVD+/- RW Optical Drive (DVD & CD read and write)
Sound Cards Integrated 7.1 channel audio
Speakers No Speakers (Speakers are required to hear audio from your system)
Cable 2 Meter Power Cord - UK
Shipping Documents English Documentation
Gedis Bundle Reference D015636
Standard Warranty 1 year of coverage included with your PC
Enhanced Service Packs 2Yr In-Home Warranty Support, including evenings and Saturdays
Order Information Inspiron Desktop 560 Minitower Order - UK
Dell System Media Kit Inspiron Desktop 560 Resource DVD (Diagnostic & Drivers)
Color Choice Piano Black colour
Accidental Damage Support No Accidental Damage Support
Online Backup DataSafe Online Backup 2GB 1 year
Call Dell Experts One free Dell Expert call to help with your PC queries within 60 days of purchase
DataSafe (Services Owned) Datasafe Local 2.0 Basic
Microsoft Application Software Microsoft® Works 9.0 / English - (Does not include Microsoft® Word)
Protect your new PC McAfee® Security Centre - 15 Month Protection - English
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#2
dcx_badass
Cold, can get an I5 and even an I7 for less than this.


And the PC you posted with 4GB ram for £387 (+2 year warranty).
http://configure.euro.dell.com/dellstore/config.aspx?c=uk&cs=ukdhs1&l=en&oc=D005625&dgc=AF&cid=5212&lid=122756

Super Cold!


So you link to a PC with less ram, a smaller hard drive and no monitor? Perhaps this is a cold deal, but your post is very misleading.
#3
It amazes me the people actually buy from dell. Cheaper to build your own pc.
#4
dcx_badass
I didn't see there's had a monitor, but with £200 you can easily upgrade it above and beyond theres.


Anyone who's comfortable upgrading a pc should be comfortable building a pc. Prebuilts aren't for those people, they're for people who just want something that works, and a warranty. Some people just aren't interested in building their own. Personally I almost always build my own but a year or so ago I bought an HP ML110 G5 from ebuyer for 110 quid or so. Even now you couldn't build it for that. Prebuilts aren't always overpriced.

If spec for spec this is available cheaper then it's cold, but posting a similar but lower spec (on several counts) pc and saying this is overpriced because that's cheaper is silly.
#5
striker33
It amazes me the people actually buy from dell. Cheaper to build your own pc.


A rough guide to what it would cost ME to buy the parts for this PC is:

Quad Q8300 - £105
Motherboard- £50
Memory - £100
Graphics - £50
Case/PSU - £40
Hard drive - £60
CD/DVD - £15
Windows - £50
Screen - £100
Kb/Mouse/Cardreader - £20

This comes to £590 (it will be probably more as I have been generous on some prices).

Dell are building it and shipping it to me for £587.

Do tell me how I am going to save any money (at least enough to make it worth doing).

I have built half a dozen PCs in the last few years, and not one of them has worked out cheaper than buying it direct from Dell.

Dell have such huge buying power they can buy the parts for a PC FAR cheaper than I ever can
#6
striker33
It amazes me the people actually buy from dell. Cheaper to build your own pc.


Here we go....:whistling:
#7
I actually think it's a pretty reasonable if you can get it at that price, but it appears to be £730. The monitor is around £150 so the system is about £440. Definately not as cold as some people are making out but it doesn't appear to be the price quoted in the first post.
#8
All the people that say "build your own is always cheaper" never include the cost of a Windows operating system as they're a bunch of yarrrrrs. As a Dell fan I've had this discussion with many people. "But what about the cost of the Windows licence?" - "Ohhhh...".
#9
Put in my basket for £728.99 and none of the coupons work

All I get is :-

The following coupons have been entered but require additional information or do not meet eligibility requirements. Click "View Details" link(s) for more information.

It comes with 2Yr In-Home Warranty Support, including evenings and Saturdays [Included in Price] which you can't cancel online ???

How do I get this down to £587 ??????
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#10
Should be expired as price has changed.

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