Summary: The Dell Inspiron 530/2583 might be considerably slower than the other systems here, but it costs a whopping Â£70 less, is perfect for novice users - and there is some room for upgrades later on.
Summary: The Dell Inspiron 530/1142 has its perks. As well as its multitasking capabilities, it comes with an enormous storage capacity of 965GB and a TV tuner. Its 20in AOC monitor is also a decent component, providing considerably more desktop space than the
Eclipse Elite i85n98GTX
â€™s display. But it has to settle for fifth place.
Summary: We'll be honest here. Beginners probably aren't going to like Ubuntu - it's still rather arcane and bewildering - and gamers shouldn't even bother. But Linux enthusiasts swear by the added functionality of many of its programs. Future upgrades (and software titles) will be free, and you'll have virtually no problems with viruses and spyware.
Excerpt: Built on the Direct-To-Customers model, Dell’s innovation in manufacturing and supply chain expertise has elevated the company to No.1 in worldwide industry rankings. Dell offers a broad range of categories including desktop computer systems, servers and networking products, mobility products, software and peripherals and services. Inspiron 530 Desktop PC are designed for the home users [...
Summary: The Dell Inspiron 530/1142 comes with an Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600 processor and 4GB of DDR2-667 memory, making it ideal for those who make heavy use of programs that can take advantage of those extra cores.
Excerpt: Dell Inspiron 530s- Small in size, big on performance
Discounted Price $1,399 after $400 Cash Off
Processor: Intel® Core™2 Duo processor E8400
Operating system: Pre-loaded Genuine Windows Vista® Home Premium
Memory: 4GB2 667MHz DDR2 SDRAM
Monitor: Dell™ E228WFP 22" Widescreen Flat Panel Monitor