Packard Bell iMedia X4520uk with 19 inch monitor instore at Currys at 399 - quad core! + quidco - HotUKDeals
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Just has £100 knocked off the price, decent spec for the money. boxed and ready to take away today. With 3% quidco, knocks off another £12

With new Genuine Windows(R) 7 Home Premium operating system, the Packard Bell iMedia X4520 with 19" monitor delivers an enhanced performance, simplifying and enriching your home computing experience.
Intel Core 2 Quad Q8300 processor
(2.5GHz, 1333MHz FSB, 4MB Cache)
Genuine Windows(R) 7 Home Premium 64-bit
3GB DDR2 memory
320GB hard drive
NVIDIA GeForce 7050 integrated graphics
DVD Rewriter
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#1
it means that they are part of the motherboard. not as good as a dedicated graphics card (which you can buy seperately) but they are fine for everything except for playing newer games

why cold ???? point me in the direction of something better at this price please.
#2
It says Packard Bell on the box that says it all

Try packard hell website
#3
garbage456
voted cold as you should pay more for something a little better (ie graphics card)


for most people onboard graphics are more than acceptable, were not all gamers !
if you break down the componants and price them up ( which i did using scan ) then you would be hard pushed to build one for this money, let alone have windows 7 as well.
They are a compact little machine, with front memory card slots and audio sockets , plus 2 usb 2.0 slots as well.
It can be got for £349 without a monitor, but includes mouse and keyboard, which are fully functional ones, ok , no side buttons on the mouse to scroll back and forward , but it does the job.
#4
garbage456
voted cold as you should pay more for something a little better (ie graphics card)


I don't play games on my pc so don't need a better graphics card just like a lot of other people. No point paying extra for something you are not going to make use of. For Quad Core processor its a good price. Heat from me,
#5
garbage456
took me 5 minutes to find a better one and £70 cheaper, still no dedicated graphics but at that price £70 cheaper and about £170 cheaper than it was earlier in the year, spend the money saved on a graphics card



http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/566819/acer-x1300-desktop-pc-with-19-pc-mo


hardly like for like is it !!! We could all go and quote differnet spec machines cheaper.

amd cpu ( and at 2.1ghz not a 2.5ghz like the packard bell)
Only 533fsb not 1333fsb
2mb cache not 4mb
2gb ram
vista ( so that will cost you £16 to upgrade to win 7 )
#6
Cheers, I might actually get this. I`ve had a packard bell running for 4 years now and except for the usual reboots, its been on for those 4 years as well. Not had any problems with it. I`m due another pc, so I`m tempted to get this. Voted hgot from me :)
#7
I brought this a week ago online and have no complaints at all. Very very quiet machine can't hear it unless u really try to. I got it for £409 wit COMP5 code but that may have ran out by now

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/502267/compaq-desktop-pc-intel-qaud-core-q

look into this before you buy
#8
Problem with these small cases is that you cannot add a graphics card later anyway as there is no space inside, and the PSU is not standard. So even upgrading the processor would be difficult. Not such a good deal when there is no upgrade capability.
#9
voted hot :thumbsup:
#10
james4809
Problem with these small cases is that you cannot add a graphics card later anyway as there is no space inside, and the PSU is not standard. So even upgrading the processor would be difficult. Not such a good deal when there is no upgrade capability.


with manufacturers changing the socket that a processor uses every 5 minutes upgrading it isnt as issue, you would just replace the lot. By the time you have changed the processor, ( and probably the motherboard...oh, and the ram as thats gone from sdram , to ddr, ddr2 and now ddr3) so who knows whats around the corner.

for someone who wants a PC to use ( not play with or upgrade to play cod or whatever ) then this is a great little package.
Just installed one of these for someone who upgraded from their 256mb celeron system and they were over the moon with it.
#11
amancalledchip
with manufacturers changing the socket that a processor uses every 5 minutes upgrading it isnt as issue, you would just replace the lot. By the time you have changed the processor, ( and probably the motherboard...oh, and the ram as thats gone from sdram , to ddr, ddr2 and now ddr3) so who knows whats around the corner.

for someone who wants a PC to use ( not play with or upgrade to play cod or whatever ) then this is a great little package.
Just installed one of these for someone who upgraded from their 256mb celeron system and they were over the moon with it.


Totally agree , just upgraded my uncle from a 512 mb of ram 6 yr old celeron system and this does everything he wants and looks great ,heat from me

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