New computer from Aldi

  thicasabrick 17:17 27 Nov 2006

Hi all, just seen Aldi are selling a computer system this Sunday. Thinking of getting one, I want to be able to play games such as Call Of Duty on it. Opinions wanted on if it's good value for money.

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  birdface 17:31 27 Nov 2006

Value for money, What price is it,

  GANDALF <|:-)> 17:36 27 Nov 2006

'What price is it'.....errrrmmm......£549.49 as it states in the advert.


  birdface 17:47 27 Nov 2006

No price on my advert, Must be this dodgey computer.Not going to believe me, but just went back in to check, Cant find a price anywhere,Mind you wont open the Sunday one,Just says fault with URL contact Aldi.Have to go into thursdays to see what it is, and still no price.

  Legolas 17:55 27 Nov 2006

It looks a very good buy and the graphics card was just released recently so it is likely to play the latest games. The HD is huge I think you would find it hard to get more bang for your buck anywhere else.

  birdface 17:59 27 Nov 2006

I take it the price is for the workstation only,Keyboard and Monitor to be bought seperately.Could do with a new computer,Whats your verdict then,Last week or week before someone was saying about the lack of USB ports on them , hope I got that right.

  GANDALF <|:-)> 18:01 27 Nov 2006

I use a Medion at home and I will buy another Medion when I replace this one. They are excellent computers, use good quality components and are very reliable. Aldis' price is good but they usually sell out very warned.


  thicasabrick 18:08 27 Nov 2006

Comes with wireless key board and mouse, but no monitor. 6 USB connectors 2 at front 4 at back. Any more views

  GANDALF <|:-)> 18:32 27 Nov 2006

£129 for a 19" monitor from Aldi...bargain


  2Xtreme_lives 18:54 27 Nov 2006

Heres my advice. I would not suggest purchasing a new computer from Aldi, you probably have no technical support and it will likely be unreliable. I have seen a laptop in aldi before and it was made from a company i had never heard of. I suggest Dell, i hear they do a Pentium 4 pc with a 19 inch monitor, keyboard, mose and speakers for 399 pounds. Then, with the remaining money purchase an Nvidia 7600 GT to put inside it, then it should be a gaming machine and for around 490 pounds!. If you want more RAM you can pick those up cheap as well.

  GANDALF <|:-)> 18:59 27 Nov 2006

'you probably have no technical support and it will likely be unreliable' know this for a fact? I have used the Medion helpline a couple of times and they have been excellent. Try sticking to facts.


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