Dell XPS210 system 19"TFT, 2.13Ghz Core2duo, 2gig ram, 320Gb hard drive, 256meg Graphics, £716 deliv - HotUKDeals
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Dell XPS210 system 19"TFT, 2.13Ghz Core2duo, 2gig ram, 320Gb hard drive, 256meg Graphics, £716.00 deliv

£716.00 @ Dell (Business)
A big price cut on this unit this week takes it to its lowest ever price! Remember to reduce the warranty to minimum and buy via Quidco for further cashback savings 305-D11X22 - £716 New low pr…
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A big price cut on this unit this week takes it to its lowest ever price!

Remember to reduce the warranty to minimum and buy via Quidco for further cashback savings

305-D11X22 - £716 New low price delivered
Intel® Core 2 Duo E6400 Processor (2.13GHz, 1066MHz, 2MB)
Genuine Windows® XP Home Edition (Incl Operating System Re-installation CD)
Dell 19" Value Flat Panel (E197FP)
2048MB Dual Channel DDR2 533MHz [4x512] Memory
320GB (7200rpm) Serial ATA Hard Drive with 8MB DataBurst cache
8x DVD+/-RW Drive
256MB ATI® Radeon® X1300 Pro PCI Express graphics card
Integrated Audio with Dolby Digital 7.1 capability
Dell 2 Button USB Scroll Optical Mouse - Black
Internal 13-in-1 Media Card Reader
Dell v92 Data/Fax Modem
Free Upgrade to McAfee® Security Centre 36-month Protection
Microsoft® Works 8 - English
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#1
Worth paying the £12 to get 2 x 1024 mb DDR2 instead of 4x512mb.
Screenupgrade worth considering too... and if your after vista for free later XP pro might be viable also.
#2
[SIZE=2]Is this system easy to upgrade , also does it have 2 PCI express slots? as this is one main thing im after really.[/SIZE]
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[SIZE=2]With the screen upgrade is there a big difference between normal and the ultra sharp?[/SIZE]
#3
The Dimension 9200 with an identical specification (except for faster DVD Drive, MCE - so free vista upgrade and internal TV Tuner) is only £12 more at £728. This is better value as it is a full size case and therefore more easily upgradeable. If space is at a premium then go for the XPS210. If not, go for the 9200.
#4
Andy both screens perfectly useable, but you would notice a fair differance between them.

Nice spot Lowtrawler!
#5
But the case on the Dimension 9200 is not as nice as the mikes posting

Which would be the best for gaming?

Just seen a video review and it didnt look good for Xps210 said you cant upgrade and can only fit half size graphics cards inside :( so youre just paying for looks?
[mod]#6
A-n-d-y
But the case on the Dimension 9200 is not as nice as the mikes posting

Which would be the best for gaming?

Just seen a video review and it didnt look good for Xps210 said you cant upgrade and can only fit half size graphics cards inside :( so youre just paying for looks?


The XPS210 is meant to sit in the lounge without looking out of place, the 9200 is a big box and is better in the games room ;-)

Having said that the xps210 does indeed only take half height cards and only has 1 PCIe x16 slot
The only Dell desktops with 2 PCIe x16 slots are the XPS700 and the new 710, both of which are a lot more money than these we are looking at. 710 starts at £2749!!
700 starts at £949
#7
If you are planning to do some heavy gaming with this or the 9200 I don't think the 256MB ATI® Radeon® X1300 Pro PCI Express graphics card is a good card.
#8
No they are both rubbish cards and would need upgrading but i wouldnt bother upgrading till next year as i play games now and then and i dont rush out to buy the latest games so it should last for a little while , i was thinking of building my own PC but it would be my first time and if i messed it up i wouldnt have anyone to come and fix it for me lol
#9
lilson
If you are planning to do some heavy gaming with this or the 9200 I don't think the 256MB ATI® Radeon® X1300 Pro PCI Express graphics card is a good card.


No - budget £150 to £200 for a better card to swap in.

A-N-D-Y > the XPS210 uses a laptop optical drive and should be considered not upgradeable in any meaningful way.
#10
[SIZE=2]I would love to have the XPS 710 , but parents only going to pay about £700 for one :( so its out of question[/SIZE]

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