I'm very tempted to purchase on new PC system off these guys, but I wondered if anyone has heard of them before? click here I've searched the web for any information on them, but cannot find anything. The system I'm thinking of getting is: AMD Dual Core X2 5000 AM2 64. 250Gb S-ATA Drive. 2Gb RAM - DDR2 667 MHZ (2x1024). 256Mb 7600GT Nvidia GDDR3 - SLI DVI etc. 2xDVD+/- re writers. No floppy drive. Intergrated Soundcard. Windows XP Home inc SP2. No Monitor or keyboard or mouse.
Comes in (inc VAT + delivery) for a very respectful £700.
I can't really find anyone else that would do a good deal like this. I'm after the AMD 5000 only. Dell do offer the same PC spec, although a bit different as their RAM is only 533MHZ and it comes with a 19" monitor all for £792. I'm not intersted in the monitor though as I'm after an 19" widescreen LCD TV to use as a monitor, suppose I could flog the Dell monitor on eBay...
But anyway, if anyone has any info on Cougar, I'd be grateful to hear from you, or maybe your thoughts on which PC to purchase...
I'm possibly being snooty but I think if a businesses can't get simple things like building a literate website right then I'm not sure I'd trust it with anything more important, like my money. The website is a mess and I'm surprised the company doesn't care more about that.
There are plenty of good, well-established places to buy a PC from. Why risk your money?
Granted their web site has spelling mistakes, but they are a reputable company and have been trading for many years in this area. I live within walking distance of three computer shops, this one being best for service by a mile.Don't judge a book by it's cover.