HP Compaq CQ2100uk & 20 inch TFT monitor - £249.99 at Morgan - HotUKDeals
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Operating system: Genuine Windows® XP Home 32-bit
Processor: Intel Atom 1.6ghz Single Core Processor
Memory: 1 GB DDR2-SDRAM
Storage: 160 GB SATA 3G Hard Disk Drive (7200 rpm)
DVD writer SATA DVD RAM and Double Layer supporting LightScribe technology
6in1 memory card reader
Included accessories: PS/2 keyboard and optical mouse
Ports & Expandability: 1 PCI-Express 1x, 4 USB 2.0 ports (2 in front)

Monitor included: Compaq Presario w201q is a 20.1-inch wide-screen monitor with liquid crystal display (LCD) and thin-film transistor (TFT) screen

Software
Microsoft® Internet Explorer 7.0
Windows Mail
Adobe® Reader 8.0
Windows Media Player
Windows Movie Maker
Cyberlink Power2Go

Stock Status
Manufacturers Grade A refurb

Warranty
90 days
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#1
Manufacturers Grade A refurb (not always a bad thing... but just to clarify) - missing from title
#2
Sorry Cold,

Awful price for a atom desktop machine, especially as its a refub with a naff 90 day warranty, its massive too , this is much better :-

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/161262

plus

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/193681

OK its a 11 pounds more when you factor in the free delivery at ebuyer, but you get Vista premium (with all the media centre stuff)

Twice the ram (2gb)

WAAAAAAY better video performance, hardware HD video playback acceleration and its possible to play some of the newer games on the market.

Two free games and an air mouse/ media centre remote / wireless game controller thing.

HDMI connection

6x usb ports

Esata port

USB keyboard and mouse

Brand New.

One year warranty.

As its nice and small, you'll be able to mount it on to the back of the monitor (comes with the mount)

The monitor will probably be better quality, and almost definatley a higher resolution (1600 x 900 vs a likely 1280 x 800 )

You'll still have to get a optical drive, but you can get one for 20 quid off of ebay.
#3
dijital
Sorry Cold,

Awful price for a atom desktop machine, its massive too, these are much better :-

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/161262

plus

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/193681

OK its a tenner more, but you get Vista premium (with all the media centre stuff)

Twice the ram (2gb)

WAAAAAAY better video performance, hardware HD video playback acceleration and its possible to play some of the newer games on the market.

Two free games and an air mouse/ media centre remote / wireless game controller thing.

HDMI connection

6x usb ports

Esata port

Barand New.

One year warranty.

As its nice and small, you'll be able to mount it on to the back of the monitor (comes with the mount)

You'll still have to get a optical drive, but you can get one for 20 quid off of ebay.

It was a good deal till you mentioned Vista...
#4
Quids
It was a good deal till you mentioned Vista...


Heh, for the most part it's only people like us that really see the problems vista has, and for people like us, its easy enough to rectify :)
#5
dijital;8121709
Sorry Cold,

Awful price for a atom desktop machine, especially as its a refub with a naff 90 day warranty, its massive too


That's putting it mildly.

I can see the attraction of a Netbook with a single core Atom processor, for lightness and convenience, but this is just like buying a very old slow PC!

Come to think of it, as it's second-hand it IS an old slow PC!

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