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*SALE* Dell Dimension 2400 + Printer


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Resident_Blonde

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Just got my Dell Catalog and thought to let y'all know :tazz:

Dimension 2400 and Dimension 3000

The definition of value.
These desktops for essential computing offer some pretty impressive features. In fact, both come with loads of software, Intel processor technology, single- or dual-channel memory and six USB prots for connectiong to printers, digital cameras and other peripherals. They deliver everything you need for everyday word processing, Web browsing, e-mailing and home record-keeping. No wonder they're ideal for students and families seekding maximum value at minimum cost.


Dimension 2400

Was 374.00 NOW 299.00

Intel Celeron Processor (2.40GHz, 128K Cache, 400MHz FSB)
Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition
265 MB Shared DDR SDRAM
80GB Hard Drive
Dell A215 Speakers
48x CD Burner Drive

90 - Day:

Limited Warrenty
At Home Service
Technical Support

E-Value Code:6F900-D50902V (As low as $12 a month)


Dimension 3000

Was $569.00 Now 469.00

INtel Pentium 4 Processor (2.80 GHz, 1MB L2 Cache, 533MHz FSB)
Microsoft Windoes XP Home Edition
256 Shared DDR SDRAM
40GB Hard Drive
Speakers Not Included
48x CD Burner Drive

90 - Day:

Limited Warranty
At Home Service
Technical Support

E-Value Code: 6F900-D50905R (As low as $18 a month)






FREE.........

Dell Color Printer 720 with purchase of select Dimensions (Offer Ends 10/05/05)
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thats awsome :tazz: but can you clear one thing up is a celeron prossessor good?
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Good for web surfing, word processing, email.

Not good for games, video coding.
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which country is this price from?
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HI demirkol

U.S.A. :tazz:
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ok so thats like double the price in Australia
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Now set me straight - celeron processor NOT good for gaming and video coding. That means perhaps the next one up is better? What would that be? I'm still trying to decide what I need so I appreciate the input.

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Now set me straight - celeron processor NOT good for gaming and video coding. That means perhaps the next one up is better? What would that be? I'm still trying to decide what I need so I appreciate the input.

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Intel's Pentium Four runs much better than a Celeron. It communicates, IMHO, much better with your memory.
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Removed - Referral Program = SPAM!
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