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This is similar to the previous deals where ebuyer sold the ER1402 at £99 without windows. This looks like the same but the device has Windows 7 Home premium.

****STARTS ON WEDNESDAY 8, JUNE2011*****

Previous thread - http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/emachine-er1402-desktop-99-ebuyer/927369/#post11141456

AMD Athlon K125
2GB RAM
250GB HDD
WLAN
Wireless Keyboard
Wireless Mouse
Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit

This includes a wireless keyboard which make this a steal for a media centre PC!



Additionally - for an extra £19.98 you can get a three year pick up and return warranty.

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/264803
- ibiza
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banned#1
Looks good at this price
#2
£40 for Windows 7 Home Pemium is not a bad price compare to £99.99 deal. Heat added
#3
is this good as revo?
#4
+ a wireless keyboard and mouse...
#5
now its showing £300
1 Like #6
Seems like a good deal, I'm sure these were not £299 last week though as I was looking into getting one!
2 Likes #7
mrmcbunny
now its showing £300

Offer starts on Wednesday this is an advance heads up.
#8
haters gonna hate ;-)
#9
I have the K325 dual core 1.3Ghz version, cracking little machine!
(Just posted up myself, did search too, guess mine will be deleted!!!)
#11
oooh nooo Here we go again :)
1 Like #12
A lengthy debate is coming!
#13
actually can this cope with large 1080p rips ? say a 36gig mkv with a bitrate of upto 37Mbps ? with dts HD MA audio etc etc
3 Likes #14
These will run all the top games as they have an NVIDIA chipset.
#15
playing it from local hdd YES stream ? NO WIFI stream NO
mrmcbunny
actually can this cope with large 1080p rips ? say a 36gig mkv with a bitrate of upto 37Mbps ? with dts HD MA audio etc etc
#16
Its all started already !
#17
hot from me !
#18
steviecross
These will run all the top games as they have an NVIDIA chipset.


.....The processor is weak & the RAM is only just sufficient for 7.... it's a fairly good media machine though it may struggle a bit with 1080p on vanilla 7 & depending on your player choice, but it's definitely not a gaming machine for the latest games. You'd get a significant frame rate increase in windows xp (10fps+) if you really wanted to game on it but that'd require some insertion of drivers into an xp iso or it'll throw errors up.
#19
Fantastic deal - small and quiet - I got one on the £99 deal without windows7
but be aware there's no dvd drive and its limited cpu power.



Edited By: mikerr on Jun 06, 2011 17:39
#20
Now this IS Hot with Windows Home Premium. Worth 60 - 80 quid or so if you pay full price for the OS
#21
Hot from me !
#22
I'd spend £45 more and get the Acer Revo R3700. It easily passed all the tests the gadget show threw at it when they tested it in early 2010 I think.
#23
how do you know it starts wednesday ?
#24
facesh*te
#25
brilliant so tempted.

hot
#26
can you take the windows and use it on a different machine?
#27
gratisaja
can you take the windows and use it on a different machine?


Officially no - though if you go through the telephone activation process (assuming online activation fails on a different PC) you may be OK.
#28
chaz1992
I'd spend £45 more and get the Acer Revo R3700. It easily passed all the tests the gadget show threw at it when they tested it in early 2010 I think.


Could you post where that is please

ignore found it.

Thanks

Edited By: uggla on Jun 06, 2011 18:28: changed post
#29
Ichi
steviecross
These will run all the top games as they have an NVIDIA chipset.


.....The processor is weak & the RAM is only just sufficient for 7.... it's a fairly good media machine though it may struggle a bit with 1080p on vanilla 7 & depending on your player choice, but it's definitely not a gaming machine for the latest games. You'd get a significant frame rate increase in windows xp (10fps+) if you really wanted to game on it but that'd require some insertion of drivers into an xp iso or it'll throw errors up.

You are of course right, it takes more than a graphics card for a computer to run and i would recommend that anyone wanting to use it for an HTPC that they at least go for a dual core Revo 3700 rather than this single core unit. There are going to be people saying it will run 1080p etc with no problem but i assure you that you will have problems. It will run apps fairly well though.
1 Like #30
OOh yes there will be people saying it will run 1080p and I am one of them

It runs 1080p

:)

steviecross
Ichi
steviecross
These will run all the top games as they have an NVIDIA chipset.


.....The processor is weak & the RAM is only just sufficient for 7.... it's a fairly good media machine though it may struggle a bit with 1080p on vanilla 7 & depending on your player choice, but it's definitely not a gaming machine for the latest games. You'd get a significant frame rate increase in windows xp (10fps+) if you really wanted to game on it but that'd require some insertion of drivers into an xp iso or it'll throw errors up.

You are of course right, it takes more than a graphics card for a computer to run and i would recommend that anyone wanting to use it for an HTPC that they at least go for a dual core Revo 3700 rather than this single core unit. There are going to be people saying it will run 1080p etc with no problem but i assure you that you will have problems. It will run apps fairly well though.
#31
"And I **** in my pants..."
#32
koalauk
playing it from local hdd YES stream ? NO WIFI stream NO
mrmcbunny
actually can this cope with large 1080p rips ? say a 36gig mkv with a bitrate of upto 37Mbps ? with dts HD MA audio etc etc


If you check the specification on the link page, it also has gigabit lan port, so presumably you could stream using that rather than the wifi?
#33
A problem with this machine is that upgrading is challenging. You apparently have to remove the motherboard to upgrade RAM to 4Gb (which is probably a sensible amount of RAM for a decent multi-tasking Win7 system). The Revo is easier (unless you want to upgrade the hard drive).
#34
I tried streaming it (only on 100mb network) and it wasnt excellent, however playing local 1080p video is excellent

rosso
koalauk
playing it from local hdd YES stream ? NO WIFI stream NO
mrmcbunny
actually can this cope with large 1080p rips ? say a 36gig mkv with a bitrate of upto 37Mbps ? with dts HD MA audio etc etc


If you check the specification on the link page, it also has gigabit lan port, so presumably you could stream using that rather than the wifi?
#35
Does anyone know if these are nice and quite? This'd be great with a touchscreen monitor for streaming/displaying photos - kind of like a huge digital photoframe!

Edited By: gsloman on Jun 06, 2011 18:49
#36
Nice and quiet in fact its very very quiet

gsloman
Does anyone know if these are nice and quite? This'd be great with a touchscreen monitor for streaming/displaying photos - kind of like a huge digital photoframe!
2 Likes #37
why expired? hasn't even started !
banned#38
steviecross
These will run all the top games as they have an NVIDIA chipset.


I think the whole unit falls short of running all the top games X)
#39
£299 !!!!!!!!!
#40
All of the debate is irrlevant. Ebuyer probably have one to divide between the enitre multi-verse. You will only be dissapointed, after waiting forever for a crashed website to tell you, you have failed.

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