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Medion Q6600 3GB PC Base Unit with Blu-Ray - £599
Medion Q6600 3GB PC Base Unit with Blu-Ray - £599

Medion Q6600 3GB PC Base Unit with Blu-Ray - £599

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Brand - Medion
Bundle Contains - PC base unit
Card Reader - Yes
Features of Keyboard - Wired with multimedia keys
Features of Mouse -Wired
Graphics - nVidia GeForce 9300GS
Hard Drive Size - 1000GB
Hard Drive Type - SATA
Number of PCI Express Ports - 2x
Number of USB Ports - 6x USB 2.0
Operating System Windows - Vista Home Premium
Optical Drive- DVD Rewriter
Optical Drive - Blu-ray Compatible Yes
Processor - Intel Core 2 Quad
Processor Bus - 1066MHz
Processor Cache - 8MB
Processor Model Number - Q6600
Processor Speed - 2.4GHz
Product Depth - 41 cm
Product Height - 37 cm
Product Width - 18 cm
Software Load MS Works 9.0 incl MS Office H+S edition trial 60 days/Home Cinema 2007BD Suite/Bero Burning ROM and Recode 2SE
TV Tuner -Yes

Now down to £499
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16 Comments

Hahaha biggest con ever, 9300gs. cheap blu ray player. Waste of money man 600 quid, you could build the same for like 400-500 quid.

sharp910sh;2842131

Hahaha biggest con ever, 9300gs. cheap blu ray player. Waste of money man … Hahaha biggest con ever, 9300gs. cheap blu ray player. Waste of money man 600 quid, you could build the same for like 400-500 quid.



what if you can't build PCs?

Original Poster

My sentiments exactly pikachu12...

I could build this for peanuts, as could a lot of people... But a lot of the folks here on HUKD aren't as technically able as that..

Cold, a very similar system comes out at £570 delivered at ]PCSpecialist.

Its very very simple to build a pc, any fool can do it. If you can read a manual, then your sorted.

Original Poster

I know that, you know that, but not everyone is inclined or able to do it.

Building a brick wall is probably a piece of cake, but I'd still get a tradesman in..

But, like I say, not holdin a gun to anyone's head..

Also, if you're new to building a PC, I'm guessing it would take about 3/4 hours? What if you don't have the time or you just can't be bothered. Or, you simply want to make sure it's done right.

It took me one hour to build a pc the first time, was easy.

I worked out a pc with almost exactly the same spec (it had a better graphics card) and it came to 500 quid delivered.

Bare in mind I already have such things as the operating system and I know how to build pc's.

One of the cheapest full package pc's on the market though.

thing is,it isn't a deal the price must be full rrp

The last person I know that had his first go at building his first pc... he fried a £200 motherboard... oooooops

Hi,price it up then,identical in every way HW,SW,find out full spec etc,every little thing to at least same quality etc etc.Or better.Reckon someones needs every little bit,won't except anything else.Want at least a years warranty Free.
Anybody can build a skeleton,its a package.


Cheers BOB

ps no cheap tack PSU etc etc,it will prob have a FSP in it.

down to £499 now - a very good price
Have actually bought one of these with a LG 22" lcd monitor for £99 (was £129) but with £30 off when bought with this system so am really pleased

IS it the same one that Aldi are selling for £469.99 ?
aldi.co.uk/uk/…htm

dlozuk;2922861

IS it the same one that Aldi are selling for £469.99 … IS it the same one that Aldi are selling for £469.99 ?http://www.aldi.co.uk/uk/html/offers/2827_6766.htm



No

sharp910sh;2842820

It took me one hour to build a pc the first time, was easy.


Was that including the time it took to install Windows and all the updates? I thought not.

A potential problem for first time system builders (or any for that matter) is what happens if one of your components is faulty or dead? It can be impossible to diagnose certain problems without access to other components to swap out which not everyone has easy access to.

This is cold for me anyway.
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