Intel Quad core,Windows7,4GB Ram,Blu-Ray, 1gbGT 220 DESKTOP TOWER V3. REFURBISHED Argos clearance site - HotUKDeals
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FUJITSU ESPRIMO P1500 DESKTOP TOWER V3 (refurbished ) 12 MONTH GUARANTEE

Intel Quad core Q8300 processor.
2.50GHz processor speed.
4GB DDR2 RAM.
1TB SATA hard drive.
Multi format dual layer with Blu-ray.
NVIDIA GeForce GT 220 graphics.
1GB graphic memory.
Multi card reader.
6 USB ports.
HDMI.
Windows 7 Premium operating system installed.
Wired keyboard and mouse.
Weight 11kg.
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banned#1
Come on! Give me some heat at least for the cute baby picture :)
[mod]#2
Well I dont think its a bad deal, heated ;-) Try buying the component parts for that money.

I have added the 12 MONTH GUARANTEE to the deal.
banned#3
From the King of PC deals, I take that as a great compliment!
#4
Though refurb, giving heat cause it's a good spec. Adds Blu-Ray ( which is rubbish, but we're stuck with it)
#5
whats the graphics card like?
1 Like #6
GentleTouch
whats the graphics card like?


the graphics card is decent, has a HDMI port and compatible with nvidia 3d vision
1 Like #7
Hot from me.
1 Like #8
Just bought one :thumbsup:
#9
I've got a Dell Inspiron 560T ordered from the outlet for £360, with this spec:

Inspiron 560 MT Base
English Genuine Windows 7 Home Premium (64 BIT)
Intel Core 2 Quad-Core Q8300(2.50GHz,1333MHz,4MB)
640GB Hard Drive
4096MB (4x1024) 1066MHz DDR3 Dual Channel
1 GB ATI Radeon HD 5450
DVD+/-RW (16x)
Media Card Reader 19-in-1
Bezel Colour Black

Any reason why I should cancel that and go for this Fujitsu one? Or just stick with the Dell? I don't need bluray and won't be playing games on it.
#10
I voted hot, although I prefer the Misco one with a better Graphics card which is back up in price to £420.

http://www.misco.co.uk/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=375832&CatId=
#11
gooner_187
the graphics card is decent, has a HDMI port and compatible with nvidia 3d vision


The graphic was not really a gaming monster but ok for HD video.
#12
Didnt think ebay deals were allowed?unless they were dotd,ive had a ebay deal removed not long ago.
#13
not a good deal what so ever could buy fully branded stuff such as ram with lifetime warranty second hand for far cheaper

Intel Quad core Q8300 processor. these go for £70 second hand
2.50GHz processor speed.
4GB DDR2 RAM. probably cheap generic stuff no warranty = £35 second hand
1TB SATA hard drive. probably not the newer models = £45
Multi format dual layer with Blu-ray. £40 new
NVIDIA GeForce GT 220 graphics. £15 bear in mind you could get an 8800 gts second hand for £25 or an 8800gt for £30-£35
1GB graphic memory.
Multi card reader.£5
6 USB ports.
HDMI.
Windows 7 Premium operating system installed. £50 second hand
Wired keyboard and mouse.
Weight 11kg.

has no doubt a crappy worthless generic power supply motherboard and sound added to this the crappy worthless case

it's a total rip off stear well clear you could probably build the exact same spec yourself for £250
banned#14
C64
not a good deal what so ever could buy fully branded stuff such as ram with lifetime warranty second hand for far cheaper

FUJITSU ESPRIMO P1500 DESKTOP TOWER V3 (refurbished ) 12 MONTH GUARANTEE

Intel Quad core Q8300 processor. these go for £70 second hand
2.50GHz processor speed.
4GB DDR2 RAM. probably cheap generic stuff no warranty = £35 second hand
1TB SATA hard drive. probably not the newer models = £45
Multi format dual layer with Blu-ray. £40 new
NVIDIA GeForce GT 220 graphics. £worthless
1GB graphic memory.
Multi card reader.£5
6 USB ports.
HDMI.
Windows 7 Premium operating system installed. £50 second hand
Wired keyboard and mouse.
Weight 11kg.

it's a total rip off stear well clear



You sir, are a muppet of the first order!

Thanks for the laugh though!
#15
Solong
You sir, are a muppet of the first order!

Thanks for the laugh though!


whys that then ? what i speak is the truth
#16
OK - as requested - I have given you a bit more heat - BUT - as you say, its for the CUTE bubby picture!!

xxxxx
banned#17
C64
whys that then ? what i speak is the truth


The reason it needs explaining to you, is explanation enough.

Go and stand in the corner, and think about what you have done!
#18
C64
not a good deal what so ever could buy fully branded stuff such as ram with lifetime warranty second hand for far cheaper

Intel Quad core Q8300 processor. these go for £70 second hand
2.50GHz processor speed.
4GB DDR2 RAM. probably cheap generic stuff no warranty = £35 second hand
1TB SATA hard drive. probably not the newer models = £45
Multi format dual layer with Blu-ray. £40 new
NVIDIA GeForce GT 220 graphics. £15 bear in mind you could get an 8800 gts second hand for £25 or an 8800gt for £30-£35
1GB graphic memory.
Multi card reader.£5
6 USB ports.
HDMI.
Windows 7 Premium operating system installed. £50 second hand
Wired keyboard and mouse.
Weight 11kg.

has no doubt a crappy worthless generic power supply motherboard and sound added to this the crappy worthless case

it's a total rip off stear well clear you could probably build the exact same spec yourself for £250



I'd Agree if you could find it all - which would be quite difficut.

I have to say i dont think this is great value for money..
#19
This is a crap deal guys stay away

These are facts

q8400 go for £75 even on ebay so the 8300 is probably even around £65 tbh
4gb 2x2gb sticks of branded good clocking lifetime warranty ram go for £50
could get a top quality brand new Corsair CX 400W ATX power supply £38
8800gts £25
good second hand p35 motherboard £25
Akasa Freedom Xone Case - Black far better case £35 brand new or even antec 300 £40
windows 7 home premium sealed £60

take your pick of keyboards mice etc and it still doesn't come to this pos's price
even buying many parts brand new still doesn't come to £400 and this things second hand parts.
#20
Solong
The reason it needs explaining to you, is explanation enough.

Go and stand in the corner, and think about what you have done!


really prove me wrong then even using crappy ebay you could get far better for the money
banned#21
C64
really prove me wrong then even using crappy ebay you could get far better for the money


I don't need to prove anything, and neither do you.
#22
C64
not a good deal what so ever could buy fully branded stuff such as ram with lifetime warranty second hand for far cheaper

Intel Quad core Q8300 processor. these go for £70 second hand
2.50GHz processor speed.
4GB DDR2 RAM. probably cheap generic stuff no warranty = £35 second hand
1TB SATA hard drive. probably not the newer models = £45
Multi format dual layer with Blu-ray. £40 new
NVIDIA GeForce GT 220 graphics. £15 bear in mind you could get an 8800 gts second hand for £25 or an 8800gt for £30-£35
1GB graphic memory.
Multi card reader.£5
6 USB ports.
HDMI.
Windows 7 Premium operating system installed. £50 second hand
Wired keyboard and mouse.
Weight 11kg.

has no doubt a crappy worthless generic power supply motherboard and sound added to this the crappy worthless case

it's a total rip off stear well clear you could probably build the exact same spec yourself for £250


Please provide proof you can build the same spec for £250. (Even second hand!)

Thats right, you can't :w00t:
#23
derrycityboy
Please provide proof you can build the same spec for £250. (Even second hand!)

Thats right, you can't :w00t:


Of course I can I just have go look on ebay fool
this is using a crap cheapo board generic no warranty ram and generic psu all of which cost peanuts on any trading forum or ebay
#24
christ you really are an idiot.

wow you can prove you can build a computer cheaper than you can buy pre assembled... doesnt take a genius to work that out... add on the cost of build labour + stress testing + profit for the retailer of course its going to be more expensive.

im voting hot just to spite you ;)
#25
No would cost around £300 everything new the psu would probably be £15 new and the case probably £5 keyboard and mouse £10 looks like some cheapo no name stuff
#26
at 200 quid for a day's labour (I bill for mine at more than that) building my own pc would be a ridiculous waste of money.
I'd rate this deal hot if it weren't for the oh so embarrassing heat-begging from the poster
#27
shuttsies
christ you really are an idiot.

wow you can prove you can build a computer cheaper than you can buy pre assembled... doesnt take a genius to work that out... add on the cost of build labour + stress testing + profit for the retailer of course its going to be more expensive.

im voting hot just to spite you ;)


It's not difficult at all to find the parts what so ever even ebay would work out £100 cheaper for a far better spec.
No the point is that the parts are second hand and you can pick them up for way less than the asking price if they were all new the gap would be slightly narrower but not by much you folks can remain ignorant then fine by me a fool and his money are easily parted cya.
banned#28
airportloungelizard
at 200 quid for a day's labour (I bill for mine at more than that) building my own pc would be a ridiculous waste of money.
I'd rate this deal hot if it weren't for the oh so embarrassing heat-begging from the poster


Hahah, I feel that needs an explanation!

This is my first ever post, and I know how harsh you guys can be!
1 Like #29
Solong
Hahah, I feel that needs an explanation!

This is my first ever post, and I know how harsh you guys can be!


takes 2 hours to build a pc a monkey could do it
#30
4gb ram for £35? please tell me where lol

check the market, 4gb of DDR2 ram does not go for £35
banned#31
C64
takes 2 hours to build a pc a monkey could do it


Im sure you could, only a monkey would advise a second hand OS
#32
C64

it's a total rip off stear well clear you could probably build the exact same spec yourself for £250


I'm up for this. Prove it, I want a machine of this spec for around £200 - You show me where I can buy the parts, and everyone is happy.
banned#33
C64
whys that then ? what i speak is the truth


But I am giving you rep for suggesting that people buy a second hand OS, not because it's helpfull because its hilarious!
banned#35


It is cheaper, but unfortunately that has a horrible video card, and no blu ray.

So if your looking for a webbrowsing emailing PC go for his deal, but I think the GPU and BDROM make my deal a little tastier :)
1 Like #36
Woah, this deal is insane. Would get this if my PC died, only issue is, is it 64-bit or 32-bit Windows 7? Cos if it is 32-bit you'll only have 3GB of ram which is usable
#37
Have any one consider looking at various sites that sell reocnditioned. Pcworld, Argos outlet, that kind of thing. It could be had, maybe alittle cheaper. Say 80quid
#38
zabbyh
Woah, this deal is insane. Would get this if my PC died, only issue is, is it 64-bit or 32-bit Windows 7? Cos if it is 32-bit you'll only have 3GB of ram which is usable


the product key works for either, so if its 32 bit source the 64 bit disk and re use your proct key to activate
#39
triobot
4gb ram for £35? please tell me where lol

check the market, 4gb of DDR2 ram does not go for £35


for generic non branded ram especially 4x1gb is very easy to get for that price branded ram sucha s corsair ocz geil etc etc 4x1gb goes for £35 easy
#40
Solong
But I am giving you rep for suggesting that people buy a second hand OS, not because it's helpfull because its hilarious!


who said a second hand operating system i bought my sealed win7 home premium for £55 second hand they sold them for £45 brand new a while back and that is full retail not oem.Even on ebay you could get it easy for £65 sealed.Loads of people bought multiple copies at £40-£45 and sell them on for £55-£70.
Anyway I am out of this thread i'll let you lot keep thinking it's a good deal it's your money to waste be my guest.

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