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Packard Bell iMedia D2522uk Desktop PC £200.63 @ techfurb
Packard Bell iMedia D2522uk Desktop PC £200.63 @ techfurb

Packard Bell iMedia D2522uk Desktop PC £200.63 @ techfurb

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Intel Celeron Dual Core E3300 Processor
(64-bit, 2.5GHz clock, 1MB Cache)
Genuine Windows (R) 7 Home Premium
2GB DDR3 memory
320GB Hard drive
DVD-Rewriter
NVIDIA Intel GMA X4500 Graphics card
4 USB ports

10 Comments

that looks pricey to me, especially without a screen!

Ordered a PC off this seller last week, after 1 day he canceled the order to say there was a mistake and they did not now have any more for sale (Not this one listed), but he did offer me a 10% on any order I make.

I bought one last week and it was fantastic it was ixtreme 5620uk wow what a powerful machine and the price is perfect £235 and delivery the next day good seller from eBay it came with window home premium .

Guy above sounds like he works for them, and this is way overpriced for what it is. I sold a quad core with screen for £275 last week.

I bought a PB ixtreme 5620 with quad core 8220, 4gb ram, Nvida and 640gb hdd, Win7 premium for £235 from them a couple of weeks ago. Very pleased with it so far :-)

What I didn't expect was a mouse with a ball mechanism!! Where did they get that from?!

Edited by: "SuperFlyBlues" 18th Oct 2010

Not bad including Windows 7. Hard pushed to buy the components (incl Windows ) for that.

SuperFlyBlues

I bought a PB ixtreme 5620 with quad core 8220, 4gb ram, Nvida and 640gb … I bought a PB ixtreme 5620 with quad core 8220, 4gb ram, Nvida and 640gb hdd, Win7 premium for £235 from them a couple of weeks ago. Very pleased with it so far :-)What I didn't expect was a mouse with a ball mechanism!! Where did they get that from?!



I got the same one, item number 110595215988. Perfect for what i want and got £2.47 back from Quidco. Keyboard and mouse were the cheapest they could find to through in, I won't be using those. I suspect we got a slight misprice because everything else I have seen them sell has not been such a great price.
Th Seller(Techfurb) is the Dixon/PCworld group of companies.

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I got the same one, item number 110595215988. Perfect for what i want and … I got the same one, item number 110595215988. Perfect for what i want and got £2.47 back from Quidco. Keyboard and mouse were the cheapest they could find to through in, I won't be using those. I suspect we got a slight misprice because everything else I have seen them sell has not been such a great price.Th Seller(Techfurb) is the Dixon/PCworld group of companies.



i suspect the person is just a manager etc that works there and selling kit on the cheap. deals look good though, not this one, holding off for a quad core 8300 or 8400 with four ram slots for around 250 notes, then i am sold.
Edited by: "cf15" 18th Oct 2010

This seller is hit & miss. They have been known to send out products that differs from description.

Techfurb is DSG (Dixons/Currys/PCWorld) in disguise. [their VAT Number is 226659933, which is DSG Retail]


So no suprise that they offer a variable level of crapness!!
Edited by: "withabix" 18th Oct 2010
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