Windows Vista Basic PC, 17" Widescreen TFT and Lexmark Colour printer for £299 plus delivery - HotUKDeals
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It's no games playing machine for sure but it is certainly decent value for a basic PC, monitor and printer package with a years warranty if you wanted something for someone to do basic internet, letters, msn etc. Think the delivery is a fiver

PC

Genuine Microsoft® Windows Vista® Home Basic (OEM version)
Intel® Celeron® D Processor 360 3.46GHz (FSB533)
512 MB DDR2-RAM
250GB hard disc drive (7200rpm)
Dual Layer DVD writer
Integrated graphics VIA Chrome9 HC IGP onboard
Ethernet LAN 10/100 Mbit onboard
8 Channel high definition audio onboard
PS/2 keyboard and wheel mouse
6 x USB 2.0
1 x serial port
1 x parallel port
2 x PS/2
1 x LAN
1 x VGA (D-sub)
1 x Line IN
1 x Mic IN
1 x Front line OUT
1 x Side surround line OUT
1 x Back surround line OUT
1 x Subwoofer-centre line OUT

Monitor
17" colour LCD TFT WXGA widescreen monitor with 2 built-in speakers
Maximum resolution 1280 x 1024
17" visable screen diagonal
On-screen display (OSD)
Integrated power supply (AC 100-240V ~ 50-60HZ)
Cables included:
1 x line power cord
1 x 15 pin sub-d connection cable
1 x audio cable

Printer
Lexmark Z640 colour printer
Resolution up to 4800 x 1200 dpi
Speeds:
Colour - up to 8 pages/min
Black & while - up to 14 pages/min

PC Software Included
Genuine Microsoft® Windows Vista® Home Basic (OEM version)
Microsoft® Works 8.5 (OEM version)
Nero Burning ROM 7 (OEM version)
Nero Recode 2 (OEM version)

Warranty
12 Months
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#1
Voted cold because there are better deals elsewhere if you can install an OS on a PC. Take any of those fantastic server deals (e.g. the one from Dell), buy an OS, install it, get a 19-inch LCD (£99 at play.com for e.g.) and get the Canon AIO printer for £25 from Ebuyer. That's £130 + £99 + £25 + £50 for a much better, much more powerful computer. All delivered and all better deals.
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siliconbits
Voted cold because there are better deals elsewhere if you can install an OS on a PC. Take any of those fantastic server deals (e.g. the one from Dell), buy an OS, install it, get a 19-inch LCD (£99 at play.com for e.g.) and get the Canon AIO printer for £25 from Ebuyer. That's £130 + £99 + £25 + £50 for a much better, much more powerful computer. All delivered and all better deals.

plus £90 odd quid for windows Vista!

This is a good deal.
#3
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/123059
£51.55 delivered. The price of vista was taken into account in the deal above. The canon AIO is much better than Lexmark
#4
It only has 512Mb of memory, yet its trying to run Vista.

And it has on board graphics, which will take some of this 512Mb of memory, so you will be trying to run Vista on less than 512Mb of memory.

Maybe OK if you can add another 512Mb or 1Gb of memory.

It also comes with Vista Home Basic which really is BASIC. Best to go for a PC with Home Premium on it if you can.

As you can see from here, Vista Basic really is Basic.

http://www.microsoft.com/windows/products/windowsvista/editions/choose.mspx
#5
siliconbits
Voted cold because there are better deals elsewhere if you can install an OS on a PC..All delivered and all better deals.[/
indeed however this is ready made and ready to go. Not everyones cup of tea but did try and make that clear in the original post.

That said the dell server at £99 isn't delivered and doesnt' have a DVDRW , keyboard and mouse. So it all adds up to more than this does it not by your reckoning £173 (including the delivery at £58 :o), £99 for a monitor, £25 for a printer and £50 for an OS and still not be the same

You are of course welcome to your opinion re whether its a good deal or not:thumbsup:

guilbert53
It only has 512Mb of memory, yet its trying to run Vista.
And it has on board graphics, which will take some of this 512Mb of memory, so you will be trying to run Vista on less than 512Mb of memory.
Maybe OK if you can add another 512Mb or 1Gb of memory.
It also comes with Vista Home Basic which really is BASIC. Best to go for a PC with Home Premium on it if you can.
As you can see from here, Vista Basic really is Basic.
http://www.microsoft.com/windows/products/windowsvista/editions/choose.mspx
indeed but what do we expect for £300 for this

i considered not posting this for the posts it would get detracting it. Doesn't seem worth the effort tbh :-(
#6
stephenc
indeed however this is ready made and ready to go. Not everyones cup of tea but did try and make that clear in the original post.

That said the dell server at £99 isn't delivered and doesnt' have a DVDRW , keyboard and mouse. So it all adds up to more than this does it not by your reckoning £173 (including the delivery at £58 :o), £99 for a monitor, £25 for a printer and £50 for an OS and still not be the same

You are of course welcome to your opinion re whether its a good deal or not:thumbsup:

indeed but what do we expect for £300 for this

i considered not posting this for the posts it would get detracting it. Doesn't seem worth the effort tbh :-(


I understand that feeling. But a 512MB computer with Vista is a real pain believe me and is NOT worth it.
#7
siliconbits
I understand that feeling. But a 512MB computer with Vista is a real pain believe me and is NOT worth it.
yeah.
live and breath it every day at the sauce company :)

that said, £7-£10 for 512mb DDR stick isn't a big deal so in monetary terms, like i said in the first post, it's a reasonable, decent value deal
#8
stephenc
yeah.
live and breath it every day at the sauce company :)

that said, £7-£10 for 512mb DDR stick isn't a big deal so in monetary terms, like i said in the first post, it's a reasonable deal


Same people who will install the DDR memory will like installing the DVD optical drive as well....:whistling: Anyway, I'll choose a Dual Core Xeon over an Old Celeron CPU anytime.

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