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eSystems 2.26GHz Celeron CPU with keyboard & Mouse - £146 delivered
eSystems 2.26GHz Celeron CPU with keyboard & Mouse - £146 delivered

eSystems 2.26GHz Celeron CPU with keyboard & Mouse - £146 delivered

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eSystems 2.26GHz Celeron CPU with keyboard & Mouse is £146.14 inc Free delivery @ ebuyer.com

Go through Quidco for 1.5% cashback. If you cant get the direct link working, use quickfind code 89079. eSys ePC Celeron-D 315 2.26GHz 256MB 40GB CD LAN LINUX + Open Office Software, includes Keyboard & Mouse, Speakers not included.

Features:

Processor: Intel Celeron D 315 (2.26, 533, 256MB)
Memory: 256MB DDR expandable to 2GB.
Disk: 40GB 7200Rpm
52 X CD-Rom, additional slots available to add more optical drives.
LAN 10/100
ASROCK/ ECS Intel 845GV chipset with built-in 64 MB Intel Extreme graphics
Audio on board incl. Front Pannel Audio
6x USB 4 Rear - 2 front
PARRAREL Port
SERIAL Port
Game MIDI Port
External bays: 2 x 3.5, 2 x 5.25
Expansion slots: 2X PCI, 1XAMR
PS/2 Keyboard and Optical Mouse
Linux
Windows Drivers Provided (Fully Compatible with Windows XP Home/Pro)
Open office
Software Included
AntiVirus Software; Audio Player

Warranty: 1 year RTB 48 hour response time though eSys Global Services.

4 Comments

A far better deal than that is this:

ebuyer.com/UK/…906

# Intel Celeron D 3.06Ghz Processor
# 512MB Memory
# 80GB SATA II Hard Drive 7200RPM
# DVD-RW 16x Dual Layer Optical Drive
# 7in1 Card Reader+Floppy Disc Drive
# VGA Onboard
# Dimension:180 (W) x 360 (H) x 420 (D) mm
# Operating System- DR-DOS 7.0
# Nero Express 6
# Norton Anti-Virus 2006 (90 day trial)
# Power DVD 6
# On Board 10/100 LAN
# UK Black Keyboard - Cherry
# Optical Mouse
# Warranty: 3yrs RTB

Basic improvements are:

1. Better Processor
2. 256MB extra ram
3. 7-1 card reader
4. XP Home

It's £55 more, but it's JUST been reduced and £55 is the cost of XP home anyways. I ordered one for my Dad
on Sunday and it was £234.99! D'oh!

You also get a 3 year warranty with the one I mentioned.

Original Poster

Thanks thekanester did see that...

Not sure if the OS is XP as you have mentioned :roll:

No XP on that one ]thekanester

Geez, I just filled that one in before I was leaving for work this evening. That'll show me for not reading properly.

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However, despite that, I still think the maxdata represents better value for money, since you get:

1. Better processor
2. Twice memory.
3. Double disk-space.
4. DVD writer.
5. 3 Years guarantee instead of 1.

But yeah, I'll need to be reading things better in the future.
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