HP G5350uk Desktop PC - Intel i3/ 4GB RAM/ 750GB HD/ WIN 7 Home Prem £323 Delivered @ HP SHOP (Quidco + Code) - HotUKDeals
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- Genuine Windows 7 Home Premium (64-bit) for superior digital entertainment
- The latest Intel® Core™ i3-550 processor for incredible performance
- 4GB memory for top system performance & running multiple applications
- 750GB hard drive for storing all of your digital files
- Intel HD Graphics, with up to 1.65 GB total available graphics memory
- USB Keyboard and Mouse
- Create silkscreen-quality disc labels with LightScribe, watch movies and more with the Double Layer DVD RAM writer
- 1 year, pick-up and return, warranty for peace of mind

Seems like a reasonable deal for someone looking for an out of the box branded base unit.

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Possibly 10% quidco to?
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Also a few other units on there:

http://h40059.www4.hp.com/uk/homedesktops/index.php?sort=l


Use the code: HP10OFFER to bring the price down to £359.10 (10% discount)
- theyiddo
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#1
Direct Link Here.
#2
Good price with Windows 7 included
#3
is this better than the dell deals that come out

Edited By: Moviestar on Feb 09, 2011 21:03
#5

I dont think there is a lot in it, although the Aldi may shade it technically .

The Aldi has a larger hard disk, better graphics support (HDMI, DVI etc) and USB 3.0. I think the Aldi has wirless LAN built in as well.

But the HP has a modern i3 processor, and being from HP one hopes you would get better support than from Aldi.


Edited By: guilbert53 on Feb 09, 2011 21:49
#6
I agree, HP service is quite good - use them in our office and at home.
#7
guilbert53
trebor
Surly this is better?[url=" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">http://www.aldi.co.uk/uk/html/offers/special_buys3_17502.htm


I dont think there is a lot in it, although the Aldi may shade it technically .

The Aldi has a larger hard disk, better graphics support (HDMI, DVI etc) and USB 3.0. I think the Aldi has wirless LAN built in as well.

But the HP has a modern i3 processor, and being from HP one hopes you would get better support than from Aldi.



medion/aldi service is acceptable, may not be as quick/efficient as hp but in terms of value for money, the medion pc comes out on top. the problem i found with medion pc's/laptops is that they tend to get quite hot so require a well ventilated space during operation... back to the deal. voted hot as new processor and would serve fairly well as a multimedia pc
#8
If you had to shell out on just one PC - what would you go for? this or the Aldi offer?
#9
arpster
If you had to shell out on just one PC - what would you go for? this or the Aldi offer?


good question
#10
I would go for the Aldi one
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Use the code: HP10OFFER to get 10% off, and bring the cost of this down to £359.10!


Edited By: theyiddo on Feb 10, 2011 09:34
#12
Interesting comment about HP support. My friend had a HP printer with problems and they were terrible. Wanted £15 to speak to him. Fortunately he had bought from John Lewis who were excellent. I have always had good service from ALDI and it should come with a 3 year warranty. The other problem with HP is they have a load of rubbish software on the hard drive. Trial versions and they all need cleaning off before you start. HP printers are terrible for ink costs. Maybe in a corporate environment you get better service from HP and no one cares about the costs.
#13
I have dealt with HP for business support and have had nothing but very good experiences. I have heard a lot of people complain about the consumer customer services though.
#14
theyiddo
Use the code: HP10OFFER to get 10% off, and bring the cost of this down to £359.10!


cheers!
#15
arpster
If you had to shell out on just one PC - what would you go for? this or the Aldi offer?

Aldi, have experienced both and nothing wrong with the HP but the Medion is by far the better deal.
#16
seems the Aldi machine is hard to come by?....sold out in the stores by me......plus this is £40 cheaper so I may take a punt........ta for the replies
#17
Tough call... The Medion gets my vote. Although not a great card I'd take the ATI 6450 over the Intel.
The X4 640 processor benches slightly better too (though possibly less efficient).

Edited By: MBeeching on Feb 10, 2011 10:21
#18
Aldi offer sold out in every store in the UK. - with no stock coming back in.

So the HP it is
#19
#20
Problem is they don't give you a windows 7 disk which i think is a bit of a shame. The recovery is on a partition which is a down side for those of us who like to swap hard drives from time to time, delete partitions etc.. I always delete the recovery partition if the windows disk is available. Pity.
#21
I am referring to the HP. Don't know about Aldi.
#22
why not following PC from the same site. It's 70 pounds cheaper. (329/- delivered) and quidco and hp offer code can be applied on that also.

http://h40059.www4.hp.com/uk/homedesktops/product.php?id=XS618EA&experience=direct

only difference is the processor but AMD Athlon II X2 245 is on par with intel i3. You can search for the comparison (I did).

I bought this PC when it earliar came with monitor offer(here at hotukdeal!).
It's an absolute brilliant PC. I won't pay 70 pound premium for intel processor.
#23
Im guessing this has a shared graphics card?? Would it make a good low end gaming/ mutlimedia (photoshop) PC ?
#24
flloydee2


see above...its history...all stock sold out in all Aldi stores....and no more coming in.
#25
Tray this URL
Compaq 315 Micro Tower PC / AMD Athlon II X2 215 / 2GB RAM / 320GB HDD / DVD+/-RW / Windows 7 Professional / 5 Year Warranty

http://www.misco.co.uk/applications/searchtools/item-Details.asp?EdpNo=518303
#26
Mondi2011
Tray this URL
Compaq 315 Micro Tower PC / AMD Athlon II X2 215 / 2GB RAM / 320GB HDD / DVD+/-RW / Windows 7 Professional / 5 Year Warranty

http://www.misco.co.uk/applications/searchtools/item-Details.asp?EdpNo=518303



Is this better than the Op's posting @ £359?


Ah, I didn't see the 5 year HP on site warranty.

Edited By: Norman-B on Feb 10, 2011 16:55
#27
This looks a good deal, im tempted to buy it myself.

How does Windows 7 run on 2mb? Would it be worth adding more memory?

http://www.cclonline.com/product-info.asp?product_id=66714&tid=gsearch
#28
mobwort
Problem is they don't give you a windows 7 disk which i think is a bit of a shame. The recovery is on a partition which is a down side for those of us who like to swap hard drives from time to time, delete partitions etc.. I always delete the recovery partition if the windows disk is available. Pity.

My experience of HP machines is that they encourage you to make a full set of your own recovery disks on initial start up, in case of hard disk failure etc.
#29
ordered thursday - delivered friday....looks great, performs even better - 10% off from the link on here AND 10% off from Quidco...total cost - £323

8) hot hot hot
#30
arpster
ordered thursday - delivered friday....looks great, performs even better - 10% off from the link on here AND 10% off from Quidco...total cost - £323

8) hot hot hot


Seems like it's out of stock now

Edited By: tommyt on Feb 13, 2011 14:09
#31
Have jus called HP it is OOS and no more coming in, thread needs expiring
#32
Just ordered. Quidco only shows as 6% now though.
#33
My mistake.


Edited By: Norman-B on Feb 17, 2011 14:01
#34
Back in stock!
#35
I have ordered it with the HP 10% offer, but quidco/topcashback is now 6%
Also the free 2nd yr warranty is no longer offered ( now they are offering 1 yr Nortons anti-virus protection instead), so I paid with Nationwide credit card & hopefully NW card will cover the 2nd yr warranty.
#36
dino123
why not following PC from the same site. It's 70 pounds cheaper. (329/- delivered) and quidco and hp offer code can be applied on that also.http://h40059.www4.hp.com/uk/homedesktops/product.php?id=XS618EA&experience=directonly difference is the processor but AMD Athlon II X2 245 is on par with intel i3. You can search for the comparison (I did).I bought this PC when it earliar came with monitor offer(here at hotukdeal!). It's an absolute brilliant PC. I won't pay 70 pound premium for intel processor.
Went with this one £296 + hopefully 6% Quidco.

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