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footynut

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can someone help please i am looking for a very basic very cheap pc for my daughter for xmas and came across this http://networkeuro.com/ all she wants it for is msn chat and online games wot do you think?
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Have you checked out Dell, or your local liddl store, i know its liddl and is like one of the grottiest shops around but they have the odd ability to pick up cheap electronics, my uncle got a good system in there for 600 quid which is very near cost for what he got.

Dell is a good place t check i usually dont reccomend them but if you are looking for a dirt cheap pc to get the job done they are the guys to go to. Tiny and time pcs can be picked up really cheap as well, some of them are still half decent they are just a little older or have integrated gfx which is fine for messenger and online games.
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You could try WarriorScots idea from Dell http://www.dell.com ( UK Site > http://www.dell.co.uk

i think your daughter would love this one from dell Here the £329 one :tazz:

The Dell dimension 1100 has

Processor:
Intel® Celeron® D Processor 325 (2.53GHz, 533FSB, 256k cache) (2533Mhz)

Operating system:
Genuine Windows® XP Home Edition

Memory:
256MB DDR RAM i think you get free double memory with that (512MB)

Harddrive:
80GB Hard Drive (7200 RPM)

Monitor:
17" CRT Colour Monitor (15.9" v.i.s0.28 dot pitch)

Network Card:
Integrated 10/100 NIC

Graphic Card:
Integrated Intel® Extreme Graphics

And thats not a Bad system And will last for some time

NvidiaDude

Edited by NvidiaDude, 08 December 2005 - 11:40 AM.

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sorted now and thanks to u both for ur time and advice :tazz:
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