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Intel® Pentium® E5700 processor (3.0 GHz, 2 MB L2 Cache, 800 MHz FSB)
Intel® GMA X4500 graphics with HDMI and D-Sub VGA Connector
3 GB DDR3 SDRAM
Huge 1 TB (1000 GB) hard disk for more than 200,000 music tracks or photos (Average 4 MB per photo or music track)
Multiformat DVD/CD burner1, supports all the usual DVD/CD standards,incl. dual layer DVD-R and DVD+R
Latest wireless LAN 802.11n-standard technology with up to 300 Mbit/s
For optimum usage you need an IEEE 802.11n-router, which is not included.
300 MBit/s. is a gross value. On charge-level max. 75 MBit/s. are reached.
Network Controller Gigabit LAN (10/100/1000 Mbit/s)
6-channel high definition audio2
Multi Card Reader reads and writes all current flash memory cards (memory cards not included)
PS/2 keyboard and optical USB mouse
Comprehensive software package (OEM versions) with genuine Windows® 7 Home Premium 32 Bit
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#1
what a rip off!
#2
PS/2 keyboard, oh come on!
#3
very cold, can almost build myself a hex core system for this... motherboard,CPU,4gb RAM at the very least, then all you need is a case, psu and dvd drive.
#4
£100 less and it would be a pretty good deal.

Aldi used to have some good deals, but they seem have got a bit greedy of late.

Although it doesn't matter much that the keyboard's a PS/2 model. Saves a USB port, too (although it doesn't actually say how many it has), and I like having those legacy ports on a motherboard. They can be handy in an emergency (USB keyboard breaks, dust off old keyboard to use for a night until you get another, etc.).

Edited By: Baron Jerk-Off on Sep 30, 2010 14:44: additional
#5
Is this one any better for £50 more?
#6
bobdylan
PS/2 keyboard, oh come on!

Yeah, coz keyboards really need a high transfer rate, and freeing up a USB port by using PS/2 instead is always a bad idea, isn't it! Or am I missing something? Enlighten us all as to why a PS/2 keyboard is so bad?
#7
filcee
Is this one any better for £50 more?


No, its awful to be quite honest, if you can be bothered to build yourself you can prob get it for below 300 quid..... if not have a look at fleabay same spec goes for about 250 on auctions, with out O/S.
#8
bobdylan
PS/2 keyboard, oh come on!


And the problem is...? Do you type faster than electrons can move? It's a cr4p deal, but not for that reason!
#9
is the processor any good though?

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