OptiPlex 9010 AIO i5, 4GB, 500GB £808.58 @ Dell
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OptiPlex 9010 AIO i5, 4GB, 500GB £808.58 @ Dell

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Found 1st Jun 2013
Components
Windows 7 Professional (64Bit) English
3rd Gen Intel® Core™ i5-3570S Processor (Quad Core, 3.10GHz Turbo, 6MB)
Microsoft® Office 2013 Trial
McAfee Security Center 30 Day Trial
UK/Irish (QWERTY) Dell KB212-B QuietKey USB Keyboard Black
Dell Optical (Not Wireless), Scroll USB (3 buttons scroll) Black Mouse
4GB (1x4GB) 1600MHz DDR3 Non-ECC Memory
500GB 3.5inch Serial ATA III (7.200 Rpm) Hard Drive
Secondary Hard Drive : Not Included
8X Slimline DVD+/-RW Drive
Resource DVD included
OptiPlex 9010 AIO : up to 90 % efficient Power Supply PSU Base 23" Non-touch with Camera
No Out-of-Band Systems Management, Dell OptiPlex 9010
Operating System Recovery Dell Backup and Recovery Manager for Windows® 7
Windows 7 SP1 Professional (64Bit OS) Resource DVD
Intel Integrated Graphics
Services & Software
No Warranty Upgrade
Declined Accidental Damage offer
No Asset Label Required
No Installation
Also Includes
E-Star : No ESTAR Settings
OptiPlex Intel Core i5 Label
SVX901004
Ship Accessory : UK/Irish Docs with UK Power Cord
3Yr Basic Warranty - Next Business Day
OptiPlex Order - UnitedKingdom
3.5inch cables and brackets for Hard Drive #1
Windows Live
Optical software not required - OS software sufficient
Integrated Basic Stand
Dell Webcam Software
Hard Drive #2 cables and brackets not required
Dell Applications
No Additional Shipping Label Required

Before somebody starts moaning: "Not shapple" "Overpriced" "Low spec for money"
Show better deals. As for now:
Looking for AIO and found this. Maybe not bargain price, but worth about 900quid.
Add wifi card for 50quid and no lan wires needed.
Saves space in office, less wires, nice performance. Business class.
This is Optiplex model so 3yrs nbd warranty. Can be extended to 5yrs for 50quid.
Not bothered about ram and hdd. Anyways they are always replaced with something better.
Win8 pro upgrade free.

8 Comments

These are much better value if you buy a refurb. See the deal I posted for a lower spec version as it shows how much the i5 versions can go for (~£450 is achievable) - LINK.

panel resolution?

dt_matthews

panel resolution?


1080P.

Not serious, surely.....

Original Poster

Agharta

These are much better value if you buy a refurb. See the deal I posted … These are much better value if you buy a refurb. See the deal I posted for a lower spec version as it shows how much the i5 versions can go for (~£450 is achievable) - LINK.



Good point, but are refurb units any good? Warranty is limited most of the time.

Anthonis

Good point, but are refurb units any good? Warranty is limited most of … Good point, but are refurb units any good? Warranty is limited most of the time.


Dell refurbs are excellent.
In this case the warranty is the same and in some cases it's better by default than buying new.
E.g. Business desktops & laptops have 3 year on-site warranty as standard which is often an extra when buying new.

Original Poster

Agharta

Dell refurbs are excellent.In this case the warranty is the same and in … Dell refurbs are excellent.In this case the warranty is the same and in some cases it's better by default than buying new.E.g. Business desktops & laptops have 3 year on-site warranty as standard which is often an extra when buying new.



Thanks, will go then for refurb. Nobody gonna notice difference in office anyways.

Yeah I've had a few Dell Outlet refurbs and never had a problem, usually they look brand new (and are) unless it's a very low priced one which may have been briefly used then returned.
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