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Packard Bell iMedia D2317 - Dual-Core PC with 2GB memory and 19" display for £349.99 @ PCWorld
Packard Bell iMedia D2317 - Dual-Core PC with 2GB memory and 19" display for £349.99 @ PCWorld

Packard Bell iMedia D2317 - Dual-Core PC with 2GB memory and 19" display for £349.99 @ PCWorld

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If you are looking to update your home PC then the iMedia D2317 from Packard Bell could be the ideal solution for you. This high performing desktop is not only functional but is also extremely stylish.

The Packard Bell iMedia D2317 is built with the commanding Intel Pentium Dual-Core E2220 processor (2.4GHz, 800MHz FSB, 1MB Cache) and comes complete with Genuine Windows Vista Home Basic, providing a smooth operation for all of your applications and enhanced security when using the Internet. Fitted with a large 2GB DDR2 memory, you are capable of using multiple applications at one time without it effecting your performance, while the 160GB SATA hard drive (7200rpm) provides you will more than enough storage for all of your media files and work documents.

Gaming and film enthusiasts will love the 19 TFT Display and NVIDIA GeForce 7050 Graphics, with a 256MB graphics memory. Bright vibrant colours will light up the screen making images appear unbelievably realistic and life-like. A Dual Layer DVD Rewriter and 6 USB connections mean the options are endless with the Packard Bell iMedia D2317.

* Intel® Pentium® Dual-Core E2220
* (2.4GHz, 800MHz FSB, 1MB Cache)
* Genuine Windows Vista® Home Basic
* 2GB DDR2 memory
* 160GB SATA hard drive (7200rpm)

* NVIDIA® GeForce 7050 graphics
* Dual Layer DVD Rewriter
* 6x USB ports
* 19" TFT display

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6 Comments

Your "go to deal" link does not work.

I would be very wary of buying a Packard Bell computer.

These are only sold through PC World and you have no idea who actually makes them and what the quality is.

Go for a "proper" brand.

this is a really low low old spec pc. Voted cold

also 5% off voucher available on here plus quido.....every little helps:thumbsup:

You are much better off getting a dell system.
Just looked into it for people who may be considering this system and what I found is if you pay just £30 more you can get a pc which would be much faster, more up to date than this packard bell. plus dell offer 6% quidco on price excluding VAT.

So the spec I made is as follows:
THIS IS AN INSPIRON 530:
Intel® Pentium® Dual-Core E5200 processor (2.5GHz, 800MHz, 2MB cache)
Genuine Windows Vista® Home Premium with Service Pack 1, 32-bit - English
1 Year Limited Warranty - Collect & Return
Microsoft® Works 9.0 /
2048MB 800MHz Dual Channel DDR2 SDRAM [2x1024]
18.5in S1909WN Widescreen Black UK/Irish (1366 x 768)
250GB (7200rpm) SATA Hard Drive
256MB ATI® Radeon™ HD 3450 graphics card 16X DVD+/- RW Drive (DVD & CD read and write) and 16x DVD-ROM Drive
Dell™ Entry Quietkey USB Keyboard - UK/Irish (QWERTY)
Dell 2 Button USB Scroll Optical Mouse - Black
Integrated 7.1 Channel High Definition Audio
19-in-1 Media Card Reader

£338.26 excl VAT £389.00 including VAT
quidco works out to be £20.30 ....so total including quidco = £368.70

this is 100 times better than the one above... simply because this has a muchhhh better graphics card (the one in the packard is atleast 2 years old! geforce 7 series when its like geforce 10 out now) , the processor is faster, memory is faster, hard drive is bigger, monitor is widescreen too... you cant go wrong.

As has been said before, fine for email and basic office-type applications, but very much limited to that.

Had a Packard Bell once (to my shame) - what a shock of crite...

As said this is a poor deal, but Packard Bell computers have been fine for me. Never had a problem with them. (including one I've had for 6 years that still gets used as a torrent machine 24-7) :thumbsup:

guilbert53;4881747

I would be very wary of buying a Packard Bell computer.These are only … I would be very wary of buying a Packard Bell computer.These are only sold through PC World and [SIZE="5"]you have no idea who actually makes them[/SIZE] and what the quality is. Go for a "proper" brand.


NEC make them
shilohpyte;4886959

Had a Packard Bell once (to my shame) - what a shock of crite...



I have had nothing but good experiences with PB systems
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