Check this beast out for £749!!

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booyaka1976

Guest
If you're after a new editing box I suggest you buy this little baby
www.zulm.net/images/review.jpg

New Medion Pc at Aldi from 28/11/02 it says in Computeractive they will take orders if they run out (highly likely)

Comes in silver with black covers over the cdr/dvd/connections , u press a button and the flaps pop up.

Pentuium 4 2.66 , 533 FSB
nVidia Geforce 4 Ti 4200 (128mb DDR)
Sony CDRW 40/12/48
Dvd 16x
Seagate 120gb hard disk @ 7200 rpm
6 Channel Dolby Digital 5.1 sound
Samsung 256mb DDR 333mhz Ram (1 module)
Network Controler / Fast erthernet 10/100 mbit
56k v90 Pci data/fax modem
Microsoft Intelimouse
Keyboard with hot keys
Stereo TV/FM tunercard
3x Firewire
5 Usb 2.0 (3 front 2 rear)

Front connections, 1 firewire, 1 headphone, 1 sVideo In, 1 Composite In, 1 gameport, 1 Microphone, 1 Audio in

Rear connections, keyboard/mouse, serial, parallel, audio input digital, audio output digital, 2xusb 2.0, ethernet connector, 2 firewire, audio output (front rear center/sub), audio input, microphone, s video, composite out, 2x monitor, modem port, tv/radio antenna input

Intergrated Card reader , Memory Stick, Micro Drive, Multimedia Card, Compact Flash, Smart Media, SD card
Tv out
Windows XP
Microsoft works suite 2003
Air XL low noise ventilation system

All for £749

I'm heading for the que now!
 

michaelm

Banned
It's like a "downmarket" version of the PC's Lidl do, and theirs has a floppy disk to boot (pun intended). The lidl one also comes in a full tower case, but has an XP2100 processor. All their components appear to be quite high quality as well, Asus etc.
 

DVDcake

Novice Member
Just seen Time Computers response to Aldi's offer in a Daily Express advert today. Their advert even indirectly refers to the other system warning buyers away from systems 'without a floppy drive'. I could not find any mention of the new systems on Time's website though.
 

Greg Hook

Moderator & Reviewer
I saw this advert at the weekend aswell.

I think it is an excellent price for what you are gettting.

Don't think the £749 includes the monitor though but its still a bargain.

My Mum has just bought a computer for £200.00 more than this and this one for £749.00 would have been much better.

Floppy drives aren't that difficult to fit and very cheap anyway if you absolutely had to have one.

And anyone who buys a computer from Time or one of Time's companies needs their head examining.

Greg
 

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