Fujitsu Esprimo E5905 Desktop + NEC 1970NXP 19 Inch TFT Monitor only £139.99 delivered @ Big Pockets! - HotUKDeals
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This looked like a great deal to me. A fair specc'd pc with 192 monitor and windows xp installed. Ok lets be clear this isnt for computer enthusiasts and will probably bwe voted cold by those types but for a solid, family PC this fits the bill IMO. It is a refurb and isnt top of the range but for those aren't sniffy about such things (like me) this is a fantastic deal!.

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19" Monitor
DVD Rewriter
Windows XP preinstalled
Serial ATA 2 hard drive
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#1
Processor Socket: LGA775
Processor:

P4 3.0Ghz HT

Motherboard: D2164
Chipset i945G
Video: On-board (intel GMA950) - up to 128MB shared memory + PCI Express x16 interface ( low profile)
Memory 1GB
Memory slots 4 DDR2 (533) - dual channels
Audio Realtek ALC260 - high definition audio
On Board Lan Broadcom B5751 (10/100/1000)
Drive Bays 1 x internal 3.5¨, 1 x external 3.5¨, 1 x external 5.25¨
Slots Either 1 PCIExpress x16 (lo pro), 2 x PCI (lo pro), 1 PCIExpress x1 (lo pro) OR 1 PCIExpress x16 (lo pro) & 2 x PCI (full height via riser card) - depends on back plane option
Hard Disk Drive Serial ATAII (300MB/s) -80GB (7200 rpm, silent)
CD/DVD Drive DVD+R/+RW DL
OS Windows XP (Standard, NOT PRO) (Pre-installed, no disc suppiled)

Monitor Specification


Display
Viewable Size Image
Pixel Pitch
Pixels Per Inch
Brightness (typical)
Contrast Ratio (typical)
Viewing Angle (typical)
Response Time
Display Colors
19"
0.294mm
86 @ native resolution
230 cd/m2
500:1
176 Vert., 176 Hor.
(88U/88D/88L/88R)(CR>10)
Rapid Response (25ms)
More than 16 million
Synchronization Range
Horizontal
Vertical
31.5-81.1 kHz (Analog)31.5-81.1 kHz
(Digital)56-75 Hz
Input Signal
Video
Sync
ANALOG 0.7 Vp-p / 75 OhmsSeparate sync: TTL Level
(Positive/Negative)Composite sync: TTL Level(Positive/Negative)Composite sync on green:(0.3 Vp-p negative 0.7 Vp-p positive)
Input DVI-D and VGA 15 pin D-sub
Resolutions Supported ANALOG/ DIGITAL
720 x 400 @ 70-75 Hz
640 x 480 @ 60-75 Hz
800 x 600 @ 56-75 Hz
832 x 624 @ 75 Hz
1024 x 768 @ 60-75 Hz
1152 x 864 @ 75 Hz
1152 x 870 @ 75 Hz
1280 x 960 @ 60 Hz
1280 x 1024 @ 60-75 Hz
Native Resolution 1280 x 1024 @ 60 Hz
Additional Features Thin-frame (bezel), No Touch Auto Adjust, NaViSet software, USB 2.0, sRGB, AccuColor color control, digital smoothing, digital controls, Plug and Play (VESA DDC 1/2B), VESA DPMS power management, OSM user controls, ISO 13406-2 Class II, vacation switch, height-adjustable stand, XtraView, Ambix
Voltage Rating AC 100-120V/AC 220-240V
Power Consumption (typical)
On
Power Savings Mode
52W
<2W
Dimensions (W x H x D)
Net (with stand)
Gross (carton box)
16.2 x 15.2-19.5 x 8.7 in/412.5 x 386.5-496.5 x 220mm
16.2 x 13.7 x 2.6 in/412.5 x 347.5 x 66mm
Weight
Net (with stand)
Gross (carton box)
16.5 lbs/7.5 kg
11.9 lbs/5.4 kg
VESA Hole Configuration Specifications 100 x 100mm
Environmental Conditions
Operating Temperature:
Operating Humidity:
Operating Altitude:
Storage Temperature:
Storage Humidity:
Storage Altitude:
5-35°C / 41-95°F
30-80%
3,048 m/10,000 ft
-10-60°C / 14-140°F
10-85%
12,192 m/4
banned#2
looks good from here
#3
Will this work as a media centre pc?
#4
rodders2009
Will this work as a media centre pc?


Just what I was going to say. It looks like a good candidate for a media streamer and NAS.
#5
mamboboy
It will cope fine with standard video. HD is probably a no go, though. The CoreAVC codec may help things out, but I'd do some research first. But take in mind the P4 is a power hungry processor and far from as energy efficient as what we have now.
This is a good deal for anyone wanting to a build a media center because you could chuck the monitor on Ebay and get £50 easily...


This is what CoreAVC recommends to play 720p def video:

720p video at 24-30 frames per second
CPU - 2.2 GHz or faster Intel Pentium 4 or equivalent AMD processor
RAM - At least 512MB of RAM
GPU - 128MB or greater video card
OS - Windows 98, 2000, XP, Vista



Looks like it would fit the bill fine with these specs, but to be safe I personally might throw in a cheap dedicated gfx card and a bit more RAM
#6
Why the cold votes??

It's amazing that you can get a PC AND 19" LCD monitor for this price....no matter what the spec!

Voted hot :thumbsup:
#7
I remember buying my first computer for about £1500 - a "Reeves" with all of 40MB hard drive. Effectively this computer is £50 or so (if you condifer paying full price for the screen) - unbelievable.
#8
This OK for my lad to play games on & can we add a graphics card? (Apologies if stupid questions - not very up on these things).
#9
very good price
#10
good price, wonder if the mainboard can take a core2duo or quadcore ?
#11
super deal, has its cons though, but what would you expect for £140!!!!!!!!!!!!

super duper


have some rep and heat!!!!!!!!!!
#12
I have no problems with HD on my old P4 2.8, so this should be OK as a media server. Only thing to watch out for is the noise.

I recently got an old SFF HP off fleabay because all the reviews said it was near silent. Works great for HD on a 40" via HDMI as long as you cut the speed of the DVD.
#13
THIS is a good deal.

I got slated for saying the last one of these deal was not that great and that was 2.8GHz and 17"TFT for £10 more.

This is more like it.

Heat added.

I'll never be Fujistu's biggest fan...but for this price.
#14
HELLO!!!!
Its USED people, USED, as in second-hand. It's 140 quid for an old banger you couldn't GIVE away!

They don't even claim the usual "refurb"

I would also love to know how a 19" monitor can ever be part of a "space saving" computer, even if it isn't widescreen, and even if it wasn't a second-hand one!
#15
"It is a refurb"

Not what it says... it is USED.
#16
I think this is better specced than my current computer! Yikes!
#17
I have a home built 2.4ghz HT pc with 512mb ram and it plays HD 720p fine with vlcplayer
#18
Sold out now
#19
cheap but rubbish processor
#20
It's 140 quid for an old banger you couldn't GIVE away!


cheap but rubbish processor


P4 3ghz / 1GB ... not exactly a banger, will run anything you throw at it.

Eesch, some people really fall for marketing hype about the latest and greatest.
#21
Judging by the chipset and the RAM type i reckon this should accept a Core2Duo if you were that way inclined. If not it should take at least a Dual Core Pentium.

For the record re 'bangers' my silent HTPC runs a P4 630 3ghz, 2GB DDR400, 8500GT, and i can watch BBC HD/itv HD without any problems, funnily enough it's also Fujitsu...
#22
oscarpus
cheap but rubbish processor


LOL !!! How little you know :w00t:
#23
I know this has come up as expired but this appears to be the same as I am typing on now, at the DWP.

I wouldn't buy this for £140 if you paid ME, as they run very very hot, and are very noisy when they do so. Worth paying the extra for a Core 2 Duo PC or an Athlon 64 if you don't want the latest greatest machine.
#24
nick77777
This OK for my lad to play games on & can we add a graphics card? (Apologies if stupid questions - not very up on these things).


You're probably best off buying an xbox, wii or something to be honest. PC's require a certain amount of knowledge when buying games. If you buy the latest game it might not run on your particular PC. With an Xbox any game with xbox written on it will work.

I bought the first xbox on e b a y the otehr week for £7 with 9 games. Plenty of fun to be had there for a while yet.
1 Like #25
Just a heads up from someone who actually bought one of these. I ordered it for £79 without the monitor.
There's an awful lot of smarmy negative comments from people who saw the 'terrible' specs and freaked out. We bought one of these for one of our managers as all she needed was basic office and email etc and it's pretty damned speedy with a stripped down flavour of XP Pro running on it.
The exterior of the machine looks pretty grubby but it's what you'd expect, you could run this as a media center quite easily but I think it might be a bit noisy and hot.
#26
Not my kettle of fish, but it's a lot of hardware for the money.
#27
NO!

It's not the spec thats the problem, of course it will run a fair bit of stuff, admittedly not at a speed on par with today's expectations, but it is usable for basic computing - the whole issue is it is an old PC and 140 quid is a crazy sum of money to spend on very well used kit, witha short warranty. It is the sort I have tried to give away before, and had no takers!
#28
H and r added thanks
#29
nihcaj
NO!

It's not the spec thats the problem, of course it will run a fair bit of stuff, admittedly not at a speed on par with today's expectations, but it is usable for basic computing - the whole issue is it is an old PC and 140 quid is a crazy sum of money to spend on very well used kit, witha short warranty. It is the sort I have tried to give away before, and had no takers!


You should have stuck it on your local Freecycle
Ive had people take 14" CRT monitors, parralel port printers and floppy disks from me. All went to people that sounded like they were putting them to good use!

Or shoved it in the local trade it, might have got a tenner for it.
#30
nihcaj
NO!

It's not the spec thats the problem, of course it will run a fair bit of stuff, admittedly not at a speed on par with today's expectations, but it is usable for basic computing - the whole issue is it is an old PC and 140 quid is a crazy sum of money to spend on very well used kit, with a short warranty. It is the sort I have tried to give away before, and had no takers!


Where do you live, Chelsea! Seriously though, I know loads of people who would love to have a PC of this spec. If I was giving one of these away i'd have people biting my arm off for one. I suppose it depends on who you talk to.
#31
I had a HP P4 2.93ghz 80gb HD 500mb RAM plus a 15" LCD and a canon photo printer (this was 2007) and a HP all in one from 2005 and it worked fine.

I couldn't get £100 and it has to be worth that amount in anyone's money but it was not abused though others don't know that. I gave it away to people who could not afford one.

On one hand this seems great and cheap but on the other it is 2nd hand, potentially abused and is it better to pick up a 2nd hand one from Gumtree instead ? I say yes.
#32
Angof;6435097
Where do you live, Chelsea! Seriously though, I know loads of people who would love to have a PC of this spec. If I was giving one of these away i'd have people biting my arm off for one. I suppose it depends on who you talk to.


I am not alone... a trip to the local Council depot shows PILES of monitors and machines awaiting scrapping, and clearly not all are going to be bust as they are not all of old designs.

OK, I hang on to reasonable kit, even if I don't initially need it, and usually only scrap the previous generation, but MOST people really don't want this sort of stuff, waiting for it booting up, tediously slow with anything even remotely demanding, and once you have had a multiple processor machine (such as at work, or a a friend's) then something like this machine in this thread is like an LED watch or an old radiogram, it's quaint!

Cars are no different, so it's not an unusual reaction - but there are always a few people wanting to run around in a 20 year old Volvo (a friend's father does!) but every other single person I know personally wants something little newer! This is that 20 year old Volvo in computing terms :-(
#33
Great deal, ignore the misinformed leaving comments about what they don't know about.

This old computer is faster than some of the new budget processors coming out now, and costs less.

The warranty argument is pretty hollow, if a computer is going to be faulty - it's most likely it'll fail within it's first few weeks of use ... and then be replaced.

Well as this is an older machine, anything faults would most likely have already developed.

in my experience, and many others (google MTBF etc) ... you'll find once past a certain threshold - hardware lasts almost indefinitely.

Buying new 'to be under warranty' is a marketing ploy.
#34
petermerritt;6439774
This old computer is faster than some of the new budget processors coming out now, and costs less.

Buying new 'to be under warranty' is a marketing ploy.


Yes, you are right.... but of course the sort of processor you are talking about, well the PC hey are in in can be shoved (the whole machine) in your jacket hip pocket. So compare like with like!

Buying old for inflated prices is also an interesting marketing ploy... one that only the retailer is smiling about!
#35
Anyway enough for now, they have gone. Living proof there is one born every minute!
There will be more of this sort of dross along very soon. After all; every office out there has masses of old machines to get rid of.
#36
Well, the temp and the fact they've all sold out suggests the majority have enjoyed this deal :)

nihcaj > If you've got any machines like this you don't want, - I'll have one.
#37
nick77777
This OK for my lad to play games on & can we add a graphics card? (Apologies if stupid questions - not very up on these things).


I think the PC is getting to be rather old tech now, you would do better to see if any good refurb deals come up @ Currys/PCworld online.

I managed to get a Core2 PC with Vista etc last year for £170 i think which at the time was a great price... still is i spose... lol

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