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Anonymous
November 21, 2004 9:11:50 AM

Archived from groups: alt.sys.pc-clone.dell (More info?)

I've had my HP Pavilion ZD7000 for nearly a year it has worked great.

I also have a 5-year old Dell Dimension 600MHz desktop with 256 KB RAM and a
40 GB hard drive which has a direct connection to my Linksys WRT54GS router
and an HP 1220 personal laser printer/scanner/copier combination (connected
via parallel cable, but I can change it to a USB connection if I wish).

I'm looking to replace this old Dell Dimension with a solid yet inexpensive
modern desktop tower. I don't need a new monitor, as the original 19" CRT
that came with it is working fine.

Any suggestions on a good system? Or specific suggestions on how much RAM,
processor speed, hard drive size would be desired?

Bud H
Anonymous
November 21, 2004 2:33:55 PM

Archived from groups: alt.sys.pc-clone.dell (More info?)

Dimension 4700 P4-3Ghz Desktop with 17in LCD $549 shipped

Includes Latest Tech: DDR2, PCI Express, Serial ATA HD
Dimension 4700 P4 530 3Ghz/800Mhz Bus Desktop 256MB DDR2-400/40GB Serial ATA
HD, 48x CD, Free Dell 720 Color Printer, Free Dell e173FP 17in LCD,
Ethernet, 6 months ISP, Word Perfect, XP Home SP2, 2yr warranty $549 after
$100 rebate, shipped free. Tax is charged.

"Bud H" <budh@REMOVETHISameritech.net> wrote in message
news:GkWnd.707$t04.175@newssvr31.news.prodigy.com...
> I've had my HP Pavilion ZD7000 for nearly a year it has worked great.
>
> I also have a 5-year old Dell Dimension 600MHz desktop with 256 KB RAM and
> a 40 GB hard drive which has a direct connection to my Linksys WRT54GS
> router and an HP 1220 personal laser printer/scanner/copier combination
> (connected via parallel cable, but I can change it to a USB connection if
> I wish).
>
> I'm looking to replace this old Dell Dimension with a solid yet
> inexpensive modern desktop tower. I don't need a new monitor, as the
> original 19" CRT that came with it is working fine.
>
> Any suggestions on a good system? Or specific suggestions on how much RAM,
> processor speed, hard drive size would be desired?
>
> Bud H
>
Anonymous
November 22, 2004 5:46:51 AM

Archived from groups: alt.sys.pc-clone.dell (More info?)

Go to the Dell refurb site.

If you check back on a daily basis, you can (within a week) pick up a 2400,
3000, or 4600 system with 2.8Ghz processor, 256MB Ram, CDRW, Floppy, XP Home
and an 80GB Hard Drive for $335.00 with a 1 year onsite warranty and free
shipping. The refurb system is JUST AS GOOD as a new one ordered on the
main Dell site.

If you need help making that purchase give us a call


--
JLA ENTERPRISES TECHNOLOGIES INTEGRATION
Technical Support Team

Visit our forums for FREE technical support at
http://jlaenterprises.ath.cx/phpbb2/index.php

Check out some of the items we are offering
Dell Laptop Docking Stations starting at $5.00
Dell 20" Sony Trinitron Flat Screen Monitors starting at $35.00
Dell 21" Flat Screen Monitors starting at $40.00
Dell Latitude and Inspiron CD Rom and Floppy Drives starting at $5.00

Be sure to visit http://www.jlaenterprises.com


"Bud H" <budh@REMOVETHISameritech.net> wrote in message
news:GkWnd.707$t04.175@newssvr31.news.prodigy.com...
> I've had my HP Pavilion ZD7000 for nearly a year it has worked great.
>
> I also have a 5-year old Dell Dimension 600MHz desktop with 256 KB RAM and
> a 40 GB hard drive which has a direct connection to my Linksys WRT54GS
> router and an HP 1220 personal laser printer/scanner/copier combination
> (connected via parallel cable, but I can change it to a USB connection if
> I wish).
>
> I'm looking to replace this old Dell Dimension with a solid yet
> inexpensive modern desktop tower. I don't need a new monitor, as the
> original 19" CRT that came with it is working fine.
>
> Any suggestions on a good system? Or specific suggestions on how much RAM,
> processor speed, hard drive size would be desired?
>
> Bud H
>
Anonymous
November 22, 2004 5:58:47 AM

Archived from groups: alt.sys.pc-clone.dell (More info?)

Just as good but more expensive.

Intel® Pentium® 4 2.80GHz, Microsoft® Windows® XP Home 256MB SDRAM SAVE
$150! 17 in E173FP Flat Panel Display Integrated Intel® Extreme Graphics 2
80GB Hard Drive Integrated 10/100 Ethernet 56K PCI Telephony Modem Single
Drive: 48x CD-RW Drive

Customize Dimension 3000 for $339 and select the above options - $150.00 MIR
= $488.00 + Free SHipping

"JLA ENTERPRISES TECHNOLOGIES INTEGRATION" <info@jlaenterprises.com> wrote
in message news:vqcod.3611$Fs1.400448@twister.southeast.rr.com...
> Go to the Dell refurb site.
>
> If you check back on a daily basis, you can (within a week) pick up a
> 2400, 3000, or 4600 system with 2.8Ghz processor, 256MB Ram, CDRW, Floppy,
> XP Home and an 80GB Hard Drive for $335.00 with a 1 year onsite warranty
> and free shipping. The refurb system is JUST AS GOOD as a new one ordered
> on the main Dell site.
>
> If you need help making that purchase give us a call
>
>
> --
> JLA ENTERPRISES TECHNOLOGIES INTEGRATION
> Technical Support Team
>
> Visit our forums for FREE technical support at
> http://jlaenterprises.ath.cx/phpbb2/index.php
>
> Check out some of the items we are offering
> Dell Laptop Docking Stations starting at $5.00
> Dell 20" Sony Trinitron Flat Screen Monitors starting at $35.00
> Dell 21" Flat Screen Monitors starting at $40.00
> Dell Latitude and Inspiron CD Rom and Floppy Drives starting at $5.00
>
> Be sure to visit http://www.jlaenterprises.com
>
>
> "Bud H" <budh@REMOVETHISameritech.net> wrote in message
> news:GkWnd.707$t04.175@newssvr31.news.prodigy.com...
>> I've had my HP Pavilion ZD7000 for nearly a year it has worked great.
>>
>> I also have a 5-year old Dell Dimension 600MHz desktop with 256 KB RAM
>> and a 40 GB hard drive which has a direct connection to my Linksys
>> WRT54GS router and an HP 1220 personal laser printer/scanner/copier
>> combination (connected via parallel cable, but I can change it to a USB
>> connection if I wish).
>>
>> I'm looking to replace this old Dell Dimension with a solid yet
>> inexpensive modern desktop tower. I don't need a new monitor, as the
>> original 19" CRT that came with it is working fine.
>>
>> Any suggestions on a good system? Or specific suggestions on how much
>> RAM, processor speed, hard drive size would be desired?
>>
>> Bud H
>>
>
>
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