DELL Inspiron Zino HD (Inspiron 400) - £199.97 Delivered - Dixons - HotUKDeals
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Probably won't be many but showing as available for home delivery. Excellent alternative to an Acer Revo. Here's the blurb.....

The Dell Inspiron Zino HD mini PC not only has the mighty AMD Athlon™ Processor 2850e powering it, but it also comes equipped with Microsoft's Genuine Windows® 7 Home Premium operating system. There's an impressive 3GB Memory which ensures your computer operates without any hiccups, no matter how many tasks you make it perform simultaneously. The 500GB Hard Drive provides space to store your multimedia files, space-hungry games and downloads.

With integrated ATI Radeon HD 3200 graphics, vibrant colours and smooth video, the Dell Inspiron Zino HD is your first-choice entertainment centre for viewing films, playing visually intensive 3D games and other multimedia programs. DVDs can be watched using the integrated DVD Rewriter, also useful for burning backup discs.

The display delivers superb brightness and contrast, perfect for viewing movies with a friend or two. There are multiple connectivity options, including four USB 2.0 ports, two eSATA ports, HDMI and VGA display and monitor connectors.

Although miniature in size, the Dell Inspiron Zino HD has everything you could possibly need from a home computer.
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Can a single core 1.8 gig CPU be called mighty?
I have an Acer Revo which is superb as a HTPC, but this is an excellent price.
Can a single core 1.8 gig CPU be called mighty?

Though it was dual core?
Can a single core 1.8 gig CPU be called mighty?

Though it was dual core?

Scratch that I think you could be right :D
There is 3% cashback at Quidco has a review of a higher spec machine. From the sounds of it, for 5:1 or 7:1 sound, you need to use the HDMI port.
Brilliant deal but when I found the right model and clicked on it for more info, it just takes me to a page of unrelated PCs, anyone else having the same problem?

Anyone know how quiet one of these is? The main attraction of little PCs like this is often that they're quiet but I'd heard these mini Dells are just as noisy as a regular desktop.
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All gone by the sound of it.
Single core

Review of cpu here

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