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#1 overclocked1

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Posted 28 November 2012 - 12:04 AM

Anyone have any experience with the Dell Vostro 470 desktop? I am needing a new computer and the price is right, though it is a big bugger, but I have seen some good ratings for it and can get it with windows 7. I want to do the basics of documents, email, heavy surfing. But I definitely also want it to run movies, view videos, and watch tv on network websites. Also maybe some music. Definitely NO GAMING. So would love to hear input about this model, or any other desktops you think might be appropriate. Do not wish to have an 'all in one'.

Thanks for input.
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#2 buddy215

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Posted 28 November 2012 - 06:41 AM

The Vostro 470 comes in different flavors/ options. Maybe you could give the specs or
better yet a web link that has the specs and pricing.
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