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    25th March. Aldi do computer stuff!!

    How did I miss this?

    ALDI - Thursday Special Buys 25th March 2010

    Especially the 21" full HD touchscreen display!!



    I'm just off out for a bit..........

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    I probably wouldnt it unless I knew it was 7 compatible and the fact lets face it touch is pretty useless for most day to day work tasks.

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    Would be interesting to hear some people's experiences with it. Sounds like a nice little tool for key stage 1 and below.

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    I do need a film scanner though. And some beans.

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    I wish I had the money for the display (though mine is fairly new, so it would be a bit wasteful to replace it already). I'm off to get the HDD after work, though. I know it's not the cheapest but by home PC is a Medion and it will fit really nicely in the bay at the top.

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    I read somewhere that a family of 4 could save over 3000 a year by shopping at Aldi rather than ASDA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZeroHour View Post
    I probably wouldnt it unless I knew it was 7 compatible and the fact lets face it touch is pretty useless for most day to day work tasks.
    Damn you voice of reason, damn you!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by laserblazer View Post
    I read somewhere that a family of 4 could save over 3000 a year by shopping at Aldi rather than ASDA.
    We do our 'tin and pasta' shop at Aldi, and all fresh stuff at Booths (a rather nice supermarket chain based in teh NW). We spend 40 buying what would have cost us 70+ elsewhere, and TBH, their beans, and other tinned goods are perfectly fine. Who needs a choice of 8 types of baked bean?

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    Quote Originally Posted by laserblazer View Post
    I read somewhere that a family of 4 could save over 3000 a year by shopping at Aldi rather than ASDA.
    not if the average family was Dos_box's family with all that IT kit waiting there for him..LOL........

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mcshammer_dj View Post
    not if the average family was Dos_box's family with all that IT kit waiting there for him..LOL........
    Food is for losers!

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    Just bought the Medion Wireless USB hub from there this morning. (40)

    Very impressed with it so far. Never had any issues with Medion products.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AyatollahPies View Post
    Just bought the Medion Wireless USB hub from there this morning. (40)

    Very impressed with it so far. Never had any issues with Medion products.
    Is it 'n'?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LeMarchand View Post
    I'm off to get the HDD after work, though.
    Good luck. Anytime the stores around here have anything like that in, there's people queuing before opening time and a mad rush to get the 10/20/30 units usually allocated to each store unfortunately.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dos_Box View Post
    Is it 'n'?
    It is :-)

    You can share upto 4 USB devices from it.

    Just what I've been looking for.

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    Quote Originally Posted by laserblazer View Post
    I read somewhere that a family of 4 could save over 3000 a year by shopping at Aldi rather than ASDA.
    Or Tesco, sainsbury's and Morrisons! I like to keep an eye on prices and you can save a lot, (I know I'm sad!)

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