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Packard Bell MH35W-200 Laptop was £399.99 now £292.63 @ currys!
Packard Bell MH35W-200 Laptop was £399.99 now £292.63 @ currys!

Packard Bell MH35W-200 Laptop was £399.99 now £292.63 @ currys!

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Delivering top-notch performance capabilities, the sleek black Packard Bell MH35W-200 Dual Core is a quality laptop that comes in at a reasonable price.

Technologically sound, the MH35W-200 Dual Core features a brawny Intel Celeron Dual Core Processor T1400 and Genuine Windows Vista ® Home Basic for seamless operation and stunning graphics. A generous 160GB Hard Drive allows room for plenty of your multimedia files and Internet downloads. In addition, 1GB RAM optimises the smooth running of your laptop and allows you to have various programmes open simultaneously.

Watch movies when youre out and about on the stunning 15.4 DiamondView widescreen display, for a hi-res, high quality viewing experience. With a great wealth of capabilities, the Packard Bell MH35W-200 Dual Core Laptop is the natural choice for home users.



* Intel Celeron Dual Core Processor T1400
* (1.73 GHz, 533 MHz, 512KB Cache)
* Genuine Windows Vista (R) Home Basic
* 1 GB Memory
* 160GB hard drive
* 15.4" DiamondView Widescreen Display
* DVD ReWrtier Drive
* Wireless enabled
* Black Colour
* 3 USB ports

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Not great but in it's favour it will run XP and Linux, something you can't do with an Acer (in case you haven't heart it even Microsoft has abandoned Vista - kind of).

Good deal but I can't find one in stock anywhere near brum :?

Funny what the marketing people say. The post above says:

"Intel Celeron Dual Core Processor T1400 and Genuine Windows Vista Home Basic for seamless operation and stunning graphics".

But the Celeron is the slowest CPU Intel make and Home Basic is the poorest version of Vista.

So the Celeron will probably NOT give you "seamless operation".

It also says "stunning graphcs", but what have the CPU and Home Basic got to do with the graphics ?. They have little or no control over the graphics.

In fact Home Basic does not give you the Aero interface which is responsible for much of the good looking graphic interface in Vista.

Shows you how you have to be careful with "marketing speak"

None in stock anywhere near Edinburgh

Would have been a rip off at 399

pet2000;3887934

Not great but in it's favour it will run XP and Linux, something you … Not great but in it's favour it will run XP and Linux, something you can't do with an Acer (in case you haven't heart it even Microsoft has abandoned Vista - kind of).



how are microsoft abandoning vista?

i have to go cold on this as the spec is soo low

crse2008;3926773

how are microsoft abandoning vista?



Windows 7 :thumbsup:

microsoft.com/win…-7/
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