Medion Akoya E2005D Nettop Windows XP with 19" LCD Monitor --- Ideal Kit --- £234.99 delivered - HotUKDeals
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£219.99 + £15.00 delivery

Total £234.99


a cheap computer with everything you need to run, just plug and play.

Intel Atom 1.6ghz
1gb ram
160gb hdd
Intel GMA 950
DVD burner
4 in 1 media card slot
802.11b/g wireless
Windows XP Home Edition
19" monitor 1440x900

Medion Akoya E2005D Nettop PC with 19" LCD Monitor
Brand New with 12 month warranty,
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PC Specification

Intel Atom 230 processor.
1.6GHz processor speed.
512KB cache.
1GB DDR2 RAM.
160GB hard drive capacity.
Multiformat dual layer DVD Burner.
Intel GMA 950 graphics.
Onboard graphics memory.
4-in-1 media card reader compatible with SD, MMC, xD Cards and Memory Stick.
4 USB ports.
1 ?10/100/1000 Gigabit Ethernet ports.
8 channel audio.
802.11b/g wireless enabled.
Windows XP Home Edition operating system installed.
Software included: Nero Burning ROM 8 Essentials, Nero Recode 3 Essentials, Cyberlink Power DVD 7.
Wired keyboard and mouse included.
Size (H)30, (W)6.5, (D)27.2cm.
Weight 4kg.


Monitor:

19in screen size.
Widescreen.
Maximum resolution 1440 x900 pixels.
Brightness 300cd/m2.
Contrast ratio 1000:1.
16.7m colours.
Pixel pitch 0.2835mm.
Viewing angles: horizontal 178 degrees, vertical 178 degrees.
Response time 5ms.
Speaker power 2 x1 watts RMS.
Wall mountable.
Power saving facility.
Size (H)37, (W)46, (D)20cm.
Low radiation according to TCO03.
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#1
http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0011/3112/products/e2005d_large.jpg
#2
Cracking price for a computer , monitor and operating system.

Anyone have experience of Idealkit?
#3
Good price for people with a budget.

HOT
#4
Excellent deal for a basic pc, providing your demands are limited. I suppose the obvious comparison is against the Acer Revo. You gain a DVD writer, but lose the ION chipset. If you buy a Revo you can always add an external DVD writer, if you buy this you can't upgrade the graphics.

Only buy if you are sure it will meet your needs, if it does then it is a stonking deal.

H&R
#5
When you consider that a Acer Veriton with a similar spec costs about £180-200 without a monitor or a dvd writer , then it's a pretty good price!. If only it had an Ion graphics chip then it would be an even better deal.
#6
the acer revo r3600 (£140 version) also only comes with Linux not Windows XP :)

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