is this PC worth £350?

  Þ² 17:06 27 Jun 2010

or is there better for the same money?

click here

Storing family photos and web browsing is the main use.

thanks for any help.

  MrNewName 17:33 27 Jun 2010

Small enough hard drive; 320GB doesn't go far with lots of photos.

Web browsing doesn't take a lot of processor power.

On the face of it, it looks like a decent price; I'd like to know if more RAM can be added without removing the RAM that's already there.

  rdave13 21:38 27 Jun 2010

How about a base unit if you have a monitor, speakers and keyboard and mouse?
click here
You can also configure it if you think you need more ram etc.
Buy a caddy (also called an enclosure) and you can buy a oem hard drive (without the sata/ide cables) for cheap enough prices. Look at Amazon for instance.

  Þ² 21:56 27 Jun 2010

Need to collect at a store or easy delivery to NI.

  Þ² 21:58 27 Jun 2010

Need a monitor and my max budget is about 400.

  rdave13 22:09 27 Jun 2010

Best I can come up with at the moment; click here
Might be a bit more for N. Ireland.

  The Kestrel 13:16 28 Jun 2010

This PC from ebuyer click here is a good deal if you have a monitor. It has free delivery, though I don't know whether that applies to NI.

  The Kestrel 16:22 28 Jun 2010

Missed your reply about the monitor. This viewsonic, also from ebuyer would fit the bill click here and bring the total just a shade over £400.

  Þ² 19:07 28 Jun 2010

I'd also need an OS, and preferably W7.

  The Kestrel 19:44 28 Jun 2010

A little more expensive, but has Windows 7 Home Premium installed .click here

  Þ² 10:21 03 Jul 2010

click here this one at £470... my budget is a bit more than planned?

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