Dell Inspiron Micro Desktop £250 @ AWDIT - HotUKDeals
We use cookie files to improve site functionality and personalisation. By continuing to use HotUKDeals, you accept our cookie and privacy policy.
Get the HotUKDeals app free at Google Play

Search Error

An error occurred when searching, please try again!

Login / Sign UpSubmit
-58

Dell Inspiron Micro Desktop £250.00 @ AWDIT

£250.00 @ AWD-IT
Dell Inspiron Micro Windows10 Desktop Mouse and Keyboard Bundle with 20 inch Monitor Intel 2410 MHz Dual Core CPU / 2gb ram / 32GB solid-state drive / HD Graphics Desktop power: Access your favourit… Read More
Bargains_Only Avatar
5m, 14h agoFound 5 months, 14 hours ago
Dell Inspiron Micro Windows10 Desktop Mouse and Keyboard Bundle with 20 inch Monitor
Intel 2410 MHz Dual Core CPU / 2gb ram / 32GB solid-state drive / HD Graphics
Desktop power: Access your favourite games, apps and websites in a snap with the latest power-efficient Intel processor featuring dual-core Intel Celeron performance.
Compact and capable: Easily upgrade memory and storage with an ultra-small design that makes customization simple.
The total package – now in a tiny package:
Desktop power: Access your favourite games, apps and websites in a snap with the latest power-efficient Intel® processors featuring up to quad-core Intel® Celeron™ performance.
A true Windows PC: Comes standard with Windows 8.1 featuring Bing, for a smooth PC experience.
Responsive performance: Enjoy fast boot-up and access to your data with a responsive and reliable 32GB solid-state drive, plus a one-year subscription of up to 20GB of Dropbox for added room.
Compact and capable: Easily upgrade memory and storage with an ultra-small design that makes customization simple.
All those features. Just that size.
All those features. Just that size.
Save space: It can fit on any shelf or desk without clutter, and you can hold it with one hand. Its streamlined design makes it easy to blend in with your other devices.
Connect with confidence: With Gigabit LAN, integrated Bluetooth and the latest Wireless 802.11a/c, you are ready to have quick access to networking and entertainment.
Port support: HDMI and DisplayPort connectivity give you easy connections to multiple displays for easy multitasking, plus 4 USB ports and a 3-in-1 SD card reader helps you connect external hard drives, displays, printers and devices with ease – dongle-free!
Stream team: HDMI and DisplayPort also enable you to connect easily to any HDMI TV or display to stream favourite videos anywhere in the house.
More From AWD-IT:
Bargains_Only Avatar
5m, 14h agoFound 5 months, 14 hours ago
Options

All Comments

(17) Jump to unreadPost a comment
Comments/page:
1 Like #1
Hi
I am after a micro pc for kid at university which is only for watching netflix movies / shopping, email etc. My budget is £150-£170 max but came across this one as cannot find any other good priced deal. I had seen a deal in November at microsoft store but that is out of stock at present. Thanks
#2
Hmmm a bit expensive for a very low powered little desktop, albeit a nice tiny desktop, and a 20" monitor , you can upgrade memory and the SSD drive which will probably be essential.

Those with TARDIS or DeLorean's can take a trip down memory lane when the micro desktop was a mere £99 and the deal posted by a most fine fellow. There's some useful info on upgrades too LINK

Edited By: spannerzone on Jan 26, 2017 21:46
#3
Bargains_Only
Hi
I am after a micro pc for kid at university which is only for watching netflix movies / shopping, email etc. My budget is £150-£170 max but came across this one as cannot find any other good priced deal. I had seen a deal in November at microsoft store but that is out of stock at present. Thanks
Would a laptop or tablet be a better bet for uni? I'm thinking you could get a better performing laptop for £150 to £250
#4
32gb is cutting it fine for a single drive machine. You'll have around 10gb free which could make OS updates tricky.
#5
MBeeching
32gb is cutting it fine for a single drive machine. You'll have around 10gb free which could make OS updates tricky.
Agreed, even 64GB SSD's are really too small unless you don't plan to install anything much or save much.
#6
spannerzone
Would a laptop or tablet be a better bet for uni? I'm thinking you could get a better performing laptop for £150 to £250
I agree, the processor in this is listed as "Launched Q1,11"; it's coming up to its sixth birthday! oO
#7
spannerzone
Would a laptop or tablet be a better bet for uni? I'm thinking you could get a better performing laptop for £150 to £250
willysnapper
I agree, the processor in this is listed as "Launched Q1,11"; it's coming up to its sixth birthday! oO
These usually came with the Celeron J1800 which was launched Q4 2013 so it's only 3 years old.....but it was a fairly low performing CPU when new so nothing to shout about.
https://ark.intel.com/products/78866/Intel-Celeron-Processor-J1800-1M-Cache-up-to-2_58-GHz


Edited By: spannerzone on Jan 26, 2017 22:03
1 Like #8
spannerzone
These usually came with the Celeron J1800 which was launched Q4 2013 so it's only 3 years old.....but it was a fairly low performing CPU when new so nothing to shout about.https://ark.intel.com/products/78866/Intel-Celeron-Processor-J1800-1M-Cache-up-to-2_58-GHz
The Dell page which OP linked to lists the CPU as Intel 2410 MHz Dual Core:
ARK Specs here
1 Like #9
Monitor is £50, keyboard and mouse £10 so £200ish is a lot for the actual pc
#10
I agree, £200 is throwing money down the drain on this. Atm I'm putting together entry level machine for £300-£400 that will let me upgrade it for months and years to come. Perhaps could have it for £50-£100 less with compromise on case design (nzxt) cpu cooler (g3900+entry lvl closed loop water cooler) memory (8-16gb) and psu (~500W bronze). I own good ssd and monitor in my current build so in the end works out similar and proves the value in thinking long term. ;)
#11
MBeeching
32gb is cutting it fine for a single drive machine. You'll have around 10gb free which could make OS updates tricky.


Yep, I got one of the Micro's for the mother in law and then upgraded from 8.1 to 10. It's not running anniversary cos it keeps running out of disk and she didn't bring it when she was visiting the UK in the summer. I have a nice upgrade 256 ssd waiting for her if she brings in this year though! 128 gb ssd is probably the minimum anyone should consider imho
#12
Overpriced in my opinion.
1 Like #13
willysnapper
The Dell page which OP linked to lists the CPU as Intel 2410 MHz Dual Core:ARK Specs here
The page states it's 2410MHz which is a way they can advertise the CPU frequency (2410Mhz / 2.4Ghz) without having to use the name Celeron which people may well avoid. These definitely didn't come out with the CPU you've listed as they'd be proud to use the 'i5 core 2410' in the advert whereas they're hiding the fact it's a Celeron J1800 that runs at 2410Mhz.
#14
I would get a cheap laptop and a 2nd screen. The hp stream ones that are always on here cheap would do they're roughly the same spec and add a 22" screen for about £70.
#15
spannerzone
The page states it's 2410MHz which is a way they can advertise the CPU frequency (2410Mhz / 2.4Ghz) without having to use the name Celeron which people may well avoid. These definitely didn't come out with the CPU you've listed as they'd be proud to use the 'i5 core 2410' in the advert whereas they're hiding the fact it's a Celeron J1800 that runs at 2410Mhz.
That's bordering on misrepresentation!
Anyone pasting that description into Google will come up with the ARK page I did and think it's a reasonable, if old processor.
There was me thinking that Dell were a trustworthy company!
Ya learn something every day!8)
#16
MBeeching
32gb is cutting it fine for a single drive machine. You'll have around 10gb free which could make OS updates tricky.
Hi
She wants to watch movies , general browsing with larger screen so thought of going for micro PC. Have you come across any reasonable priced spec micro lately?
#17
willysnapper
That's bordering on misrepresentation!
Anyone pasting that description into Google will come up with the ARK page I did and think it's a reasonable, if old processor.
There was me thinking that Dell were a trustworthy company!
Ya learn something every day!8)
To be honest Dell were selling this and stating the CPU very clearly but it seems AWDit are the ones being a bit economical with the CPU description!

Post a Comment

You don't need an account to leave a comment. Just enter your email address. We'll keep it private.

...OR log in with your social account

...OR comment using your social account

Top of Page
Thanks for your comment! Keep it up!
We just need to have a quick look and it will be live soon.
The community is happy to hear your opinion! Keep contributing!