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Purpose-built HDMI Media Centre/Desktop pc/HTPC including Blu-Ray reader £160.00

bobdylan Avatar
6y, 4m agoPosted 6 years, 4 months agoFeedback:215 Positive/0 Neutral/1 Negative
Specs:

Sonata Media Case ((LxWxH) 345x94x385mm))
ABIT A-S78H Motherboard (includes HDMI port and is DirectX 10 compliant)
2Gb Corsair memory (PC-2 6400 (800))
AMD Dual Core 2.5GHZ Chip
640Gb Samsung HDD
Blu-Ray reader and Cyberlink software


The MC is in excellent working order and is very, very quiet indeed. I am not including an OS with the system so you will have to that yourself
Location:
Kent
bobdylan Avatar
6y, 4m agoPosted 6 years, 4 months agoFeedback:215 Positive/0 Neutral/1 Negative
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#1
http://img815.imageshack.us/img815/3176/26042009123.jpg

Can also add a media centre keyboard (wireless with trackball on the KB itself) for £15

Edited By: bobdylan on Sep 21, 2010 11:43: Pic
#2
http://img843.imageshack.us/img843/6149/casonata.jpg
#3
This may sound a little dumb but could I use this as a normal PC, in so much as I do a lot of graphic design work but mainly use a mac, I would like this plugged into my TV.
#4
Absolutely, this is a small desktop pc basically with hdmi to connect to tv so will function just as u want :-)
#5
I am interested but would you lower the price at all?
I already have a wireless media keyboard so that's no problem.
What OS have you been using on it?
#6
You can make an offer by all means :) Has been running win 7 with no probs at all
#7
I would offer £140 delivered if you leave windows 7 on :)
#8
I'll meet u halfway at £150 and you've got a deal ;-)
#9
Let me just check a couple of things and I will get back to you.
#10
:)

Edited By: bobdylan on Sep 21, 2010 14:53: .
#11
I assume it plays 1080p no problems? When you say you'd leave windows 7 on is that with a serial also?

Edited By: neilquane on Sep 21, 2010 15:11: additional question
#12
Yep, I have played both blu-ray rips and also discs and they play fine.

Yes the software is legit, comes with a serial that was obtained from Microsoft Technet. It is Win 7 Home Premium...
#13
32 or 64bit? Is the unit relatively quiet?

Edited By: neilquane on Sep 21, 2010 15:27: question
#14
32 bit :)

As stated, it is very quiet and can't really be heard over a film playing

Edited By: bobdylan on Sep 21, 2010 15:31: Update
#15
will you go for £155 with OS and keyboard?

edit thats delivered

Edited By: neilquane on Sep 21, 2010 16:00: delivery
#16
Best I can do would be £160 all in? :-)

The keyboard is in perfect condition and comes with original box too, one of these: http://www.cclonline.com/product-info.asp?product_id=49904
#17
one more question, would my media centre remote work or would I need to install some kind of IR reciever?
#18
I don't think you need any sort of receiver installed because there are media centre functions built into the keyboard and they work just fine :)
#19
I will take it at £160 with RM next day special delivery?
#20
times like this I wish I was German and could rudely push past neilquane!
#21
neilquane
I will take it at £160 with RM next day special delivery?

That's fine by me, not gonna be able to get it boxed and posted till Friday though if that's OK with you?
#22
IMO that's a very good deal indeed - if I needed another HTPC I'd be in there :)
#23
Mmmm maybe I should have held out for the asking price! lol
banned#24
Good price
#25
Yeah thats ok. If you want to send me to details etc. then we can get the ball rolling. PPG or BT?
#26
Cool, BT would be good, taken to pm :)

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