Lenovo E50 Desktop PC £149.99 with Free Delivery At Ebuyer
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Lenovo E50 Desktop PC £149.99 with Free Delivery At Ebuyer

£149.99
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Found 7th Jan 2015
Lenovo E50 Desktop PC Product Description

The Lenovo E50-00 supports up to an Intel® Pentium® quad-core processor, so you can have the power and productivity of Intel® inside without breaking the bank

From its hidden air inlets to its conveniently placed input/output ports, from its well-situated top handle to its asset tag mark, the E50-00 is efficient to use - and looks great.

Processor
Intel Pentium J2900 Quad Core 2.41GHz
2MB Cache
Memory
4GB DDR3 RAM 1600MHz
Expandable to 8GB
1 x SO-DIMM
Hard Drive
500GB SATA 3.5"
Optical Drive
DVD Writer
Software
Operating System: Microsoft Windows 8.1 Bing
Display
Not Included
Graphics
Intel HD Graphics
Audio
Realtek ALC662-VD
Input Devices
Keyboard and Mouse included
Networking
Integrated 10M/100M/1000M Gigabit Ethernet
Power Supply
65W external adapter
Dimensions
Width 160 mm
Depth 425.88 mm
Height 386.50 mm
Interfaces
4 USB 2.0,
USB 3.0,
handset,
microphone,
serial port,
RJ45,
VGA,
3 audio,
PS/2
PCI / Expansion Slots
1 x PCI-e x 16, Full Height (One x 4 link)
1 x PCI-e x 1, Full Height
1 x 5.25" Drive Bay
1 x 3.5" Drive Bay
Warranty
1 Year Manufacturer Warranty

8 Comments

About the usual price for a Silvermont system, and many aren't this over-sized (as big as a normal desktop tower!).

EndlessWaves

About the usual price for a Silvermont system, and many aren't this … About the usual price for a Silvermont system, and many aren't this over-sized (as big as a normal desktop tower!).



Cheapest on EBay are around £180 with prices going up to over £300

Basically a laptop in a PC chassis but for everyday use (not gaming) they are OK

Possible to upgrade RAM to 8Gb & with Windows 8.1 installed the EBuyer price delivered is pretty good

Also having had one, these are considerably quieter than similar desktops haven a separate laptop style (silent) power supply....less to get hot within the tower

If like me your previous PC was a dual core 3Ghz job with only 150Gb HDD & 2 Gb RAM this was quite an improvement for basic office use

I've just set one of these up for my Dad and I have to say for general computing, I'm impressed so far.

No internal PSU as it has an external laptop PSU so is very quiet.

Ideal for him for going on fudgebook and tinterweb and saving the pictures off his camera on.

At that price, I'm tempted to get one for the kids.

PhilK

Sorry, but with a cpu like that it's all it could do to turn browser … Sorry, but with a cpu like that it's all it could do to turn browser pages on the net - b*gger all else

Only just...

im confused about the psu. my pc has the standard dell cpu rated @ 300w and as it lacked a 4/6 pin plug for powering a decent gfx card I chose a lesser gfx card that took all power from its pcie slot. So how the hell can a 65w psu power ANY gfx card, never mind the extra 4pin that the spec mentions??

ignore the 4pin above as I read the spec wrong.... but still if this pc has a full pcie slot, the surely the psu has to at least power the slot itself for a lower power gfx otherwise it renders the feature of gfx expansion pointless and thus not fit for sale....

It's not a bad pc, I don't think.
Ebuyer advertise it as model 90BX0018UK, if it is the 90BX001HUK there is a £50 cashback from Lenovo on that model until the end of March
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