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£399.99 Acer ASX3300 BLU RAY Desktop and 19in TFT Monitor @ Argos
£399.99 Acer ASX3300 BLU RAY Desktop and 19in TFT Monitor @ Argos

£399.99 Acer ASX3300 BLU RAY Desktop and 19in TFT Monitor @ Argos

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AMD Phenom II Dual Core processor.

4GB RAM.

500GB hard drive capacity.

Blu-ray optical drive.
NVIDIA G210 graphics card.

512MB dedicated graphics memory.

9 x USB ports.

1 x Ethernet ports.

Windows Vista Home premium operating system installed.

Wired keyboard and mouse included.

Monitor.

19in screen size.

Maximum resolution 1366 x 768 pixels.

300cd/m2 brightness.

Contrast ratio 10'000:1.

Anti-Glare

Horizontal 160 degrees, vertical 160 degrees viewing angles.

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I have a pc with the same case. It's been a nightmare - the on off switch is faulty and this is the 2nd one with the fault. Look on the web and see how many other people have had problems too.

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chalkysoil;8368331

I have a pc with the same case. It's been a nightmare - the on off switch … I have a pc with the same case. It's been a nightmare - the on off switch is faulty and this is the 2nd one with the fault. Look on the web and see how many other people have had problems too.



Had the same issue with this chassis in Staples, turned out they recalled them

this should be cheaper

I bought one of these not so long ago (another deal on here, straight from the Acer Outlet, a good two months back at least), was about 330-odd inc. VAT/delivery/Win7, but without the monitor. Exact same spec, with a Phenom II triple core. It was a medium-to-good deal then, what clinched it for me was the form factor, 4GB DDR III and the Blu-Ray drive.

No issue with the on-off button so far, although I agree that, from an industrial design point-of-view, Acer could have made it a lot easier for themselves with a straightforward/conventional button instead.

If this deal is for a quad-core and includes the Win7 upgrade, I'd say it's a tepid-to-warm deal ('good-value-but-not-absolute-best').

EDIT: just re-read the OP and it's for a Phenom II dual core, and no mention of Win 7, so still looks tepid, but now bordering on cold (note it's still a damn fine machine that should set you up good for a couple of years or more, depending what you use it for).

For the record, since there's still not that much info out about nVidia G210, for an OEM card it's a solid enough performer, and I'm getting very decent FPS in Crysis, middle-of-the-road res and graphics options. No probs whatsoever driving 1920x1080 desktops and apps at that res, either.

Nad_84;8369004

Had the same issue with this chassis in Staples, turned out they recalled … Had the same issue with this chassis in Staples, turned out they recalled them



Arrrrgh this chassis has blighted my life with the aid of Comet.
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