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HP Pavilion p6205uk Desktop PC and 20" HP Monitor £339 @ PCWorld
HP Pavilion p6205uk Desktop PC and 20" HP Monitor £339 @ PCWorld

HP Pavilion p6205uk Desktop PC and 20" HP Monitor £339 @ PCWorld

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Seems like a good deal for a family pc package, obviously if you needed it you could get a graphics card later on at some point. Just ordered 1 to replace our dinosaur that was slowly dying!

Free delivery as well (3-4 working days)

Full specification

Operating system Genuine Windows (R) 7 Home Premium
Operating system mode 64-bit
Processor brand Intel
Processor model Celeron
Processor Number E3200
RAM memory size 3GB
RAM memory type DDR3
RAM memory clock speed 1066MHz
Hard drive capacity 1TB
Hard Drive Spin Speed 7200rpm
First hard drive interface SATA
Optical drive type DVD-Rewriter
Graphics card brand Intel
Graphics card model GMA X4500HD
Soundcard type Onboard
Number of audio channels 5.1
Outputs 3.5mm
Number of USB ports 6
Built-in WiFi and type No
Network LAN and type Yes - 10/100/1000 Ethernet
Keyboard and type Yes - Wired
Mouse and Type Yes - Wired
Monitor Brand HP
Monitor Model 2009
Monitor display size 20 inches
Maximum Monitor Resolution 1600 x 900
Contrast Ratio 1000:1 The higher the contrast ratio the better the picture quality
Response rate 5 ms
Video inputs VGA
Touch screen enabled NO
Multitouch NO
PC weight 9.6 kg
PC height 414 mm
PC width 175 mm
PC depth 387 mm
Warranty 1 year

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i was just looking at this but with only a dual core i decided against it. i was gutted to have missed this: pcworld.co.uk/mar…als

cus add a screen to that then for an extra cuple of quid you have a much better spec pc.

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curtistommo;7333668

i was just looking at this but with only a dual core i decided against … i was just looking at this but with only a dual core i decided against it. i was gutted to have missed this: http://www.pcworld.co.uk/martprd/product/seo/053424?int=home-centre-3&source_id=aw&camp_id=HotUKDealscus add a screen to that then for an extra cuple of quid you have a much better spec pc.



Just wondering what you needed a quad core for exactly? you do a lot of video editing? I have both duo and quad desktops and to be honest speed differences are miniscule unless your some really heavyweight processor using tasks.

I personally wouldn't touch a Cele, especially not if you can get Core2 or Quads for the same price.

Processor model Celeron !!! not very good.

curtistommo;7333668

i was just looking at this but with only a dual core i decided against … i was just looking at this but with only a dual core i decided against it. i was gutted to have missed this: http://www.pcworld.co.uk/martprd/product/seo/053424?int=home-centre-3&source_id=aw&camp_id=HotUKDealscus add a screen to that then for an extra cuple of quid you have a much better spec pc.



Holy hell that's a monster! I'll be watching it daily to see if it comes down in price. Looking for a PC for video editing and video capture. This would be the sex if I can get my hands on one :P

Base unit is worth no more than £250 with a celeron. So you are paying £150 for a monitor, which is on sale for £119 on its own! Cold.

No chance of getting the HP one, it was added to the website but no stock anywhere as i rang the call centre today and they are expecting no more stock, this includes Dixons and Currys as they checked stock for those as well.

they also have this at currys - use the code 5INTEGRATED and get it for 379.99...

is it really that bad for the price? :santa:

deanos;7335406

No chance of getting the HP one, it was added to the website but no stock … No chance of getting the HP one, it was added to the website but no stock anywhere as i rang the call centre today and they are expecting no more stock, this includes Dixons and Currys as they checked stock for those as well.



You're right We also asked about the Dell Inspiron 545 and nothing.

Bastewards.
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