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WiFi Enabled Dual Core Desktop PC, 4GB RAM, 160GB HDD, Windows 10 (Renewed)

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If you're in the market for a cost-effective desktop PC setup, the Dell OptiPlex bundle might be worth considering, especially at its current price of £52. This renewed set is more than just the computer; it includes a black/silver TFT screen, a new keyboard, and a new mouse, providing a complete desktop experience straight out of the box. The core of this offer is the Dell OptiPlex Desktop PC, which runs on an Intel Dual Core processor at 2.0GHz or faster, supported by 4GB RAM and a 160GB hard drive. It's suited for general computing needs, from web browsing to document editing.

Here are a few key highlights:

  • Fast Intel Dual Core processor with 4GB RAM and 160GB hard drive to handle your daily tasks.
  • The set comes with a WiFi/Wireless 150Mbps USB adapter, making it easy to connect to your home network without the need for any additional purchases.
  • It's prepared for use with Genuine Windows 10 Home 64-Bit preinstalled w/COA license, ensuring a legitimate operating system experience right from the start. Plus, it comes with recovery tools for Windows which could be crucial for troubleshooting or system restoration.
  • For those interested in security and office programs, it includes a 30-day trial of Microsoft Office 365 and ESET Internet Security (1 User, 400 Day License) free of charge.

The monitor is a generic mixed model/brand 17", and while the picture in the advertisement is for illustration purposes, this indicates that the monitor brand may vary. This offer appears to be a practical choice for someone looking for an affordable, all-in-one computing setup with the reliability of Dell's OptiPlex range.

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These processors seem to be "core 2 duo", first of them released in 2006. I know it's only £52, but honestly can't see it being much use


Just fill your house with junk and clutter . No driver updates, security risk as well.


Sorry to disagree with above comments but this is a brilliant first computer for a kid.very good deal.


ronrob You can get secondhand laptops for around £50 which are just as powerful if not more powerful and they will be much more power efficient, this Dell likely has a 300W PSU or more plus you have the display power. It probably happily uses 150-220W most of the time. Just the chip itself appears to have a TDP of 65W. In contrast a low power laptop like a Celeron N4020 which are cheap to buy is only 6W TDP and that will have more powerful graphics too included in that TDP rating. However I can see the charm of a PC like this its a bit retro and its too heavy to be taken anywhere which means it is secure in the home.

If you used it 15 hours a week it will probably cost a £1 a week in electricity i.e. £50 a year. If you used it for 5 years before replacing then of course that is £250. In contrast a low power laptop would with perhaps an average of 20W consumption would be around 10p a week or £5 a year or £25 for 5 years.

Something like this is £43 after you take off the 15% code and add postage.


It uses a 14Nm chipset which is decent, is much faster with much better graphics, same memory although much faster, it only has a 64GB emmc drive but that is incredibly fast compared to a hard drive and you can expand storage with a micro SD card. It runs Windows 11 S but you can switch it to a full version of Windows 11 for free. You can run it as a desktop if you want just use the hdmi output to a tv and use an external keyboard and mouse.


Bargain price but a terrible PC! Specs will barely run the operating system never mind anything else.


Bargain price but unestly it's horrible ,sorry about this comment anyway it's not really good for adults but probably it's good for kids for first experience


Very cheap price for basic browsing. Will buy. Lovely deal posted by you


Latest000 You can get similar PCs in fact even better desktop PCs on freecycle. People assume they have no value if they are 10 years old or more and give them away. I mean when you think about the postage, amazon fees and VAT the seller isn't getting a lot of money here.

Also less proprietary older PCs often have more powerful power supply's, more standard motherboards and will take more memory. You might be able to get a free PC off freecycle and then add one of those cheap Radeon 8GB graphics cards from aliexpress at around £40. They are about 5 teraflops of performance so you can end up with a decent entry level gaming PC for similar money to this. The RX 580 is about 4x the FP64 performance of a entry level RX 3050 mobile chipset gaming laptop around £600 although about the same for FP32 performance just slightly stronger but of course it has 8GB of fast GDDR memory too and the Nvidia chipset typically only has a half that or less and many such laptops have restricted memory expansion. Gaming performance on a budget is where desktops make a lot more sense. If you are not into gaming and like to spend less on electricity then a laptop is a better option.




Sadly most upto date programmes will not work with 2006 PCs, this is a pointless deal, and a total waste of money.


HopeThisHelps They probably will work but in slomo mode. The description states it is running the 64bit version of Windows 10 so should be compatible with most apps. However with only 4GB memory and a mechanical hard drive it will be very slow. Aliexpress often do 64GB sata SSD drives for around £5. Fitting that to the computer and transferring the operating system to that plus enabling virtual memory of lets say 8GB on that drive will massively speed up this computer.


If you need a SATA to IDE adapter;


Windows 10 LTSC would be another good option and use of debloating software.


For £52 this is a bargain as a 1st time user ideal for young children or even adults learning to use a PC for the 1st thanks for sharing this deal


neilc1 sorry but have to disagree. It'd be horrendously slow

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