Is this a good deal??

Miss Chief

Distinguished Member
It's not too bad. make sure you're getting Vista 64 bit so you can add extra memory if required.

You could certainly build one for less but if you're after a 'one-stop' solution that's OK.
 

graystreet

Well-known Member
I've just bought a couple of those for the kids. They're pretty good, lovely looking although the shiny plastic tends to be something of a dust magnet.I was a bit dubious it being a Dell, I've always bought Vaios for home use in the past, as we used Dells at the place I used to work at and they were very plasticky feeling but the XPS models appear well made and solid to use.

I bought mine from Dell with 3Gb memory and 2x320Gb HDD Raid0 disks and it cost about £650.

Then got a couple of Dell E207WFP monitors for £170 quid each from Ebuyer.

My daughter, who's a World of Warcraft addict, reckons it's the mutts nuts..!.
 

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