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    Quote Originally Posted by CPLTD View Post
    The HP DC7900 range are very robust and come with a 3 yr warrany as standard shown below,



    Product Description HP Compaq dc7900 - FU038ET#ABU
    Processor 1 x Intel® Pentium® Dual-Core E5200 2.50GHz, 800MHz
    Cache 2MB - L2 Cache
    Hard Drive 80GB - Serial ATA-150 - 5400 rpm/td>
    Networking Ethernet
    Fast Ethernet
    Gigabit Ethernet
    RAM 1GB (installed)
    DDR2 SDRAM
    Graphics Controller Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator 4500
    Optical Storage Slim SATA 8X DVD-ROM Drive
    Monitor None
    OS Provided Microsoft Windows Vista Business - XP Pro Media
    Dimensions (WxDxH) 25.1 x 25.4 x 6.6 cm
    Weight 3.1 kg
    Manufacturer Warranty 3 year on-site warranty


    We have these available and on offer for £440+vat Free Delivery.
    We also have these, very nice with the integrated work stand!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gibbo View Post
    Don't worry, that will get zapped immediately and XP Pro stuck on!
    cool , if your happy with the spec of that machine I should be able to beat the price you have already I'll pm you shortly with a quote fella,

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    I can highly recommend novatech, we've done so much business with them in the past that they have even given us a free 42" TV for our TV system get some fantastic prices for them

    As for PCs i can highly recommend these: Computer Supplies and PC Components from Novatech

    There fantastic, a little bit more pricey than the regular PCs we buy but when you think about the long term they actually save alot of electricity (which makes things easier on the circuitry of the room as well if you have alot of things running) and they run fairly cool

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    Quote Originally Posted by SYSMAN_MK View Post
    I know you have said no to Dell, but is it the business support or home support you have had issues with?
    I'd also say no to Dell in future. In fact we have said no, and have moved over to the HPs mentioned before. Dell after sales support (business) is just a shambles and an absolute nightmare to deal with. If we have a problem with a HP machine, we phone them up, describe the problem, and they'll send a man with a part out the next day, no fuss. If we have a problem with a Dell PC, you're on the phone for an hour while they get you to run endless diagnostics so they can tell you that yes, just like you told them in the first 60 seconds of the call, it was the power supply that caused the same blinking orange power LED that you've had on the other 20 machines whose power supplies died. We draw lots when phoning Dell. I'm so glad we're rid of them, I can't put it into words.
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    Quote Originally Posted by K.C.Leblanc View Post
    We also have some Viglen Omnimo 3s. More expensive, but they use standard parts.
    We are looking at the Viglen Omnimo machines as a possible means to compete with the RMOne computers, when we next upgrade. What sort of prices where they? Are they more/less than the RMOnes (if you know how much they cost)? Child friendly?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dgsmith View Post
    We are looking at the Viglen Omnimo machines as a possible means to compete with the RMOne computers, when we next upgrade. What sort of prices where they? Are they more/less than the RMOnes (if you know how much they cost)? Child friendly?
    I think we paid about £580 for ours. We're actualy costing them against RM ones at the moment and they're coming out about £250 cheaper.

    Child friendlyness wise they have pretty much the same anti temper features as the RM. However the RM one is better made. Also the bolting down kit is extra on the Viglen.
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