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Price Breakthrough! $199 for Brand New Dual Core Desktop! Vision Tech - Get The IQ on IT!

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Get The IQ on IT - Vision Tech has done it again! If you thought our previous deals were great, you'll love today's hot offer;

We're proud to present The Vision Tech Get Smart PC! Grab yourself this brand new Intel Dual Core PC for only $199! That's right, a BRAND NEW Intel Dual Core PC for LESS THAN $200 - That's An Australian First!
Details as follows;

Mod: For historical reasons, the original deal was:

_CPU: Intel G540 Dual Core @ 2.5GHz
_M/B: ECS H61H2-M7
_RAM: 4GB DDR3 Desktop RAM 1333MHz
_HDD: 160GB SATA HDD, Seagate 5400RPM
_OPT: 24x Dual Layer DVD Burner
_COM: Gigabit Ethernet, 2x USB 3.0, 4x USB 2.0, 2x USB 2.0 (Front)
_DISP: 1x VGA output, 1x DVI Output, 1x HDMI Output
_O/S: NOT INCLUDED
_WTY: 1 Year Vision Tech RTB Warranty

and has been substituted with a different motherboard:

SORRY, OPTION 1 HAS SOLD OUT
OPTION 1 The Get Smart PC - $199
_CPU: Intel G540 Dual Core @ 2.5GHz
_M/B: JW H61M-L3
_RAM: 4GB DDR3 Desktop RAM 1333MHz
_HDD: 160GB SATA HDD, Seagate 5400RPM
_OPT: 24x Dual Layer DVD Burner
_COM: Gigabit Ethernet, 4x USB 2.0, 2x USB 2.0 (Front), 5.1 Sound Card
_DISP: 1x VGA output
_O/S: NOT INCLUDED
_WTY: 1 Year Vision Tech RTB Warranty


SORRY, OPTION 2 HAS SOLD OUT
OPTION 2 The Get Smarter PC - $299
_CPU: Intel Core i3 2120 @ 2.3GHz
_M/B: JW H61M-L3
_RAM: 4GB DDR3 Desktop RAM 1333MHz
_HDD: 160GB SATA HDD, Seagate 5400RPM
_OPT: 24x Dual Layer DVD Burner
_COM: Gigabit Ethernet, 4x USB 2.0, 2x USB 2.0 (Front), 5.1 Sound Card
_DISP: 1x VGA output
_O/S: NOT INCLUDED
_WTY: 1 Year Vision Tech RTB Warranty


OPTION 3 The Get Smartest PC - $449
_CPU: Intel Core i5 2400 (QUAD CORE) @ 3.4GHz Turbo
_M/B: JW H61M-L3
_RAM: 4GB DDR3 Desktop RAM 1333MHz
_HDD: 500GB SATA HDD, Seagate 5400RPM
_OPT: 24x Dual Layer DVD Burner
_COM: Gigabit Ethernet, 4x USB 2.0, 2x USB 2.0 (Front), 5.1 Sound Card
_GFX: 1GB nVidia GT210 Dedicated Graphics
_DISP: 1x VGA output, 1x HDMI Output, 1x DVI Output (All on graphics card)
_O/S: NOT INCLUDED
_WTY: 1 Year Vision Tech RTB Warranty

Want Windows 7 Included?
Home Premium - Add $110
Professional - Add $160

ADDITIONAL UPGRADE OPTIONS AS OF 5PM 6/9/12
Upgrade to 1TB 7200RPM DRIVE = $100
Upgrade to 2x 500GB 5400RPM DRIVE = $100
Add 1GB nVidia GT210 Graphics = $39

Want Windows 8? Buy Windows 7 And Upgrade To Windows 8 Professional Online for $14.99
ASK US HOW & Get The IQ on IT!

Get yours today for only $199! But Hurry, STOCK IS LIMITED! Deal Is Only Available Until Sunday 9th September, 4PM. Sorry, No Back Orders Available - If We Sell Out, You Miss Out!

Got an iDevice? You'll love this machine! The New EZ Charger Technology Allows Devices Charging VIA USB To Charge Up To 3x Faster!

Ready to make an order?
Buy Online www.visiontech.com.au
Buy In-Store U9, 12-18 Fairfield St, Fairfield East NSW 2165 OPEN 7 DAYS
Order Over The Phone (02)8724-3350
Order Via Email sales@visiontech.com.au

Like to upgrade this machine or make an inquiry?
Call Us (02)8724-3350
Email Us sales@visiontech.com.au
Visit Us U9, 12-18 Fairfield St, Fairfield East NSW 2165 OPEN 7 DAYS

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    how much is shipping?

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      Can't tell, possible pickup only?

      In-store Pick Up (Fairfield)Collect your order from our showroom at U9, 12-18 Fairfield St, Fairfield East NSW 2165.
      In-store Pick Up (Gosford)Collect your order from our service centre at Shop 6, 112 Erina St, Gosford NSW 2250, Australia. NOTE: order will take 1-2 days to arrive at Gosford service centre
      Tech Services - Please select this option for all service related purchases

      • +4 votes

        Oh, sorry guys! Shipping is available for this machine, i'll fix the item up now on the website. Sydney Metro is around $20, VIC/QLD is around $25. I'll fix it up now so you can check out

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          Hi jv, everything is fine. Have you input your address into your account details? if you have no address it will force pick up, if you add your address to your account in check out it will calculate freight for you.

        • +1 vote

          You know there are other states…. eg SA WA Tas and even a few territories too.

        • +9 votes

          Yeah but a PC is useless without internet :)

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          hehe.

          I laugh as i use my 100Mbps connection in one of those states.

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          what are you using telekinesis? how do you get that speed?

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          Optus and Telstra do offer up to 100Mbps connections (but people have reported they only get substantial speed increases for locally hosted sites only).

  • +1 vote

    You can still get 160GB HDDs new?

    • -1 vote

      5400RPM too…

    • +2 votes

      cheap deal, but i bet you those 160gb drives are pre-flood vintage, imagine how much they will be worth in 12 months time!

    • +3 votes

      Put in an SSD and use the 160gb as a backup ..

      • +9 votes

        Most SSD's would outweigh the cost of the whole computer.

        • +1 vote

          Perhaps, quite a few decent low prices ones recently… and one part always has to be the most expensive :)

          As I don't play games the move to an SSD made the biggest single difference I have ever seen with regards to PC speed… for me I would take a slower CPU but faster HD any day.

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          About $50-60 for a decent 60GB SSD if you look around. 60GB is heaps for OS/apps, 160GB for data and you have yourself a very speedy $250 tower brand new! And before anyone says the CPU sucks, look up some reviews as it's actually not far behind a latest gen i3 :)

  • +14 votes

    Hard to impress on OZB.

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    A noob question. How does this compare to the HP N40L?
    How many HDD can it holds?

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    Not a bad deal if you need a basic internet PC for cheap, but personally I'd invest more to get a better CPU..

    • -3 votes

      i got a similarly specd second hand one for around $60 to use as an internet PC…

    • +11 votes

      The CPU is mostly irrelevant for basic internet PC. Better off investing in a SSD rather than faster CPU, especially given the included HDD is only 5,400 rpm.

      • -5 votes

        Sorry, but isn't SSD for loading programs faster? Personally I'd find having faster CPU (for watching high quality flash videos etc) more beneficial than loading browser faster.

      • +7 votes

        This CPU is heaps fast enough for basic web/word use. It is quicker than the Athlon II X2 250 and should be quicker than the CPU's in all budget laptops.
        Roughly speaking it should even be on par with an older Pentium dual-core E5200 which is a slightly cut down core 2 duo. Those were great CPU's not too long ago!

        Erm, goofy456852 - SSD's are well known to remove the bottleneck that HDD's have created with regards to the loading times of programs. Data is loaded off the storage device into RAM when you open a program, the CPU just does any calculations that program requires once it has loaded. Sure a faster CPU can help but no where near as much as an SSD.

        Put it this way - on a budget it's far more effective to buy a $60 CPU and $60 SSD rather than a $120 CPU.

        • +4 votes

          Correct. Tom's hardware says it's about as fast as any of these:

          INTEL
          Core 2 Extreme X6800
          Core 2 Quad Q8200
          Core 2 Duo E8300, E8200, E8190, E7500, E7400, E6850, E6750
          Pentium G620
          Celeron G550, G540, G530

          AMD
          Phenom II X4 905e, 805
          Phenom II X3 710, 705e
          Phenom II X2 565 BE, 560 BE, 555 BE, 550 BE, 545
          Phenom X4 9950
          Athlon II X4 620, 631
          Athlon II X3 425

          It's no i7 but it's not a weak CPU by any means, throw a GPU in it and you've got decent gaming machine (blow any console out of the water, anyway).

          Also you can upgrade to an i5 or i7 when you have more cash later, motherboard is compatible.

        • -2 votes

          Tom's a douche

    • +21 votes

      Actually, investing in a monitor, keyboard and mouse should be the first priority :)

  • +1 vote

    CPU: Intel G540 Dual Core @ 2.5GHz : Didnt realise you could pick up a CPU for $46 these days.

    • +2 votes

      There have been CPUs for around $50 for a few years now.

    • +1 vote

      I use one of these in my Win7 HTPC and also for browsing, youtube etc. I don't notice any lag (and I just buily an i7 for my Dad to compare). I was a bit dubious when I bought it but as far as I am concerned I can't fault it. If you wanted to do any mdeia encoding, video editing, high end games etc I would get better but it's still plenty fast enough for most people (MS Office, email, internet browsing) & I don't think most people could tell the difference for basic use. Great value for money CPU in my book.

  • +1 vote

    Hey REP,
    What sort of price can you do if we swapped that 160GB drive for say a 500GB 7200rpm 3.5" drive?
    Coupon for delivery? ;)

    • +6 votes

      Hi itzinfinite,
      I can upgrade the HDD to a 500GB 5400RPM drive for $30
      1TB 7200RPM drive for $60.

      What postcode will be for delivery? If I process the order manually I can offer you a few dollars off freight.

      • +1 vote

        Hey,
        do you guys have any 7200RPM 320-500gb drives? I'm thinking about grabbing this for an older family member and I think a faster drive would benefit them much more than a faster processor. 1TB seems quite excessive for them.
        Thanks

        Also, can you provide more details on the power supply?

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