Dell Vostro 430 with 21.5" 1080P TFT, Core i7-860, 4GB DDR3, 500GB, nVidia GT220, Win 7 Pro - £651 - HotUKDeals
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Catalog Number: 202 D014304
Topcashback is 5% exc VAT as it from the Dell Business site.

Core i7-860 (2.80GHz, 8MB)
4GB (2x2GB) DDR3-1067
1GB NVIDIA GeForce GT220 (DVI, VGA, HDMI)
500GB Serial ATA HDD
Dell 21.5 E2210H Monitor 1920x1080 DVI/VGA
Windows 7 Professional
19-in-1 Media Card Reader
16X DVD+/- RW
Microsoft Works 9.0
Norton Internet Security 2009 - 15 Month Protection
1Yr Collect & Return Warranty
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#1
#2
TopCashback are giving £18 PLUS 6% cashback on Vostros which excludes VAT I think.
This equates to cashback of 18 + 34 = £52 for a potential final price of £599.
It sounds too good to be true so worth querying with them as in another place it says £18 or 6%.

It compares fairly well with the Studio XPS 800 posted recently which was £569. For the extra £84 you get the following:
21.5” 1080P monitor
Windows 7 Professional
Smaller HDD - 500GB versus 640GB
Quidco is 6% versus 3% (a bit unclear)

Thanks to mat76ajit who mentioned almost the same deal in a previous post.

The specs are on Dell's website.
#3
Is the monitor HD?
#4
RiCh
Is the monitor HD?

Yes, 1080P (1920x1080).
#5
Could I use two monitors with that graphics card?
Cheers.
#6
L555BAT
Could I use two monitors with that graphics card?


Stunning Graphics: Up to 1GB discrete graphics, with dual-display support
#7
Graphics card on this model is 220, where as the XPS 8000 system is the 240 version. The 'upgrade' for this available on this model is £100! The 240 is a better card, but not £100 worth. If you want to play games the 240 is better, but if your not worried about it, this could be a good system.
#8
dufus124
Graphics card on this model is 220, where as the XPS 8000 system is the 240 version. The 'upgrade' for this available on this model is £100! The 240 is a better card, but not £100 worth. If you want to play games the 240 is better, but if your not worried about it, this could be a good system.

If you want to play games at 1080P settings which is what the monitor supports you're gonna need to upgrade the graphics anyway. Neither are exactly much good for games really.
#9
Really tempted, however I can't see anywhere on the spec that mentions if it has built in ethernet connection on the mobo, is it safe to assume these are standard features ?
#10
amino
Really tempted, however I can't see anywhere on the spec that mentions if it has built in ethernet connection on the mobo, is it safe to assume these are standard features ?

Yes, the spec sheet is HERE:

Connectivity
Integrated:
10/100/1000 Ethernet
56K PCI Data Fax Modem - Optional
Dell 1525 Wireless WLAN 11n PCIe Card - Optional

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