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PACKARD BELL MZ36-R-017 Refurbished Laptop - (CD 1.73GHz) - only £284.99 (+ Quidco)
PACKARD BELL MZ36-R-017 Refurbished Laptop - (CD 1.73GHz) - only £284.99 (+ Quidco)

PACKARD BELL MZ36-R-017 Refurbished Laptop - (CD 1.73GHz) - only £284.99 (+ Quidco)

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Seems like a great deal for general use. Although I would upgrade the ram... and install XP rather than Vista.

Intel Core Duo T2250 Processor 1.73GHz
533MHz FSB
Microsoft Windows Vista (R) Home Premium
2MB Cache
512MB RAM
60GB Hard Drive
Combo (CD-RW/DVD-ROM) Drive
15.4" Widescreen Diamondview Display
256MB ATI X200 Shared Graphics
1 Year Free Warranty

To get this price use voucher code YAWFEB08 at checkout (gives you 5% off everything from PC World)

Go through quidco for further savings.

Zak.

4 Comments

ok price, but Im still not sure about refurbished goods. Would you buy a car that is advertised refurbished, knowing a known fault has been covered up.

The term 'Refurbished' can cover a whole host of different reasons why the item can't be sold as new. Sometimes it can be a customer return because they've changed their mind, a discontinued model or simply that someone has opened the box and lost a CD or manual.

I've bought many refurb TVs, laptops and PCs and never had a problem. As long as the price is much lower than the new price then it's worth it. Unfortunately this deal is not that good... I've just bought a much higher spec HP MediaCentre Laptop from the HP Remanufactured eBay site for £285 delivered...

sprocket;1576082

ok price, but Im still not sure about refurbished goods. Would you buy a … ok price, but Im still not sure about refurbished goods. Would you buy a car that is advertised refurbished, knowing a known fault has been covered up.


Refurbished is great. Cheaper too.

People should stop buying new all the time.

Save the planet!

;-)

sprocket;1576082

ok price, but Im still not sure about refurbished goods. Would you buy a … ok price, but Im still not sure about refurbished goods. Would you buy a car that is advertised refurbished, knowing a known fault has been covered up.




Im pretty sure most 2nd hand cars will have had a part replaced at one time or another, refurbs are good value and in most cases better than new as they have been bench tested for several hours and throughly inspected, which they do not do with new items
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