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Fujitsu Scenic E600 Desktop - P4 2.6Ghz - 512Mb - 40Gb - DVD - XP Pro £59.99 @ Big pockets

£59.99 @ Big pockets
Product Name: Fujitsu Scenic E600 Desktop - P4 2.6Ghz - 512Mb - 40Gb - DVD - XP Pro Product Code: SOLV106 Pack Size: 1 Condition: Used Warranty: Yes: 3 Months Despatch Time: Usually s… Read More
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7y, 8m agoFound 7 years, 8 months ago
Product Name: Fujitsu Scenic E600 Desktop - P4 2.6Ghz - 512Mb - 40Gb - DVD - XP Pro

Product Code: SOLV106
Pack Size: 1
Condition: Used
Warranty: Yes: 3 Months
Despatch Time: Usually ships2 to 3 working days
Availability: 204
Category: Refurb / Used PCs

£69.99 (with 1Gb RAM)

£84.99 (with 15 inch monitor)

£104.99 (with 17 inch monitor)

£119.99 (with 18 inch monitor)

£124.99 (with 19 inch monitor)

£149.99 (with 1Gb RAM & 17 inch monitor)
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7y, 8m agoFound 7 years, 8 months ago
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Bit of a crap spec but perfect for bunging Linux on and setting up as a router, or shoving in a big hard drive and using as a cheapish network storage drive (or other similar applications us geeks tend to prat around with).
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Bit of a crap spec but perfect for bunging Linux on and setting up as a router, or shoving in a big hard drive and using as a cheapish network storage drive (or other similar applications us geeks tend to prat around with).


Now if you had said:
Bit of a crap spec but if you get one for about 20 quid, perfect for bunging Linux on and setting up as a router, or shoving in a big hard drive and using as a cheapish network storage drive (or other similar applications us geeks tend to prat around with).

I wouldn't have argued! :whistling:

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