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Lenovo 3000 J115 7387

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      13.12.2007 21:33
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      good relible pc

      this product is a Lenovo 3000 tower with the CPU being an Athlon 64 x2 3800+ whitch means it is 2GH'z x2 = 4 Gh'z.

      the motherboard this is in and the CPU spourts 64 bit operationg systems whitch means more stabilty and less crashes.

      the 1GB of ram lets this system down but this syatem can easliy be upgraded depending on how many DIMM slots is in the motherboad if you chose over 2GB you would need Windows XP pro x64 edition or vista (any vertion 64 bit ).

      the hard drive is the normal 3.5" runing at the normal 7,500 RPM this hard driver is 250 GB

      has a standard DVD-writer that would burn CD and DVDs

      has the stardard vertion of XP

      has no monitor but there will be some packages out there that will include one i would recomend and LCD 19" widescreen

      this pc would be an ideal ofice or work pc this is not a gaming pc becuase it does not have a grafic card (built in grapfic on the mother board)

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      Lenovo 3000 J115 systems for small business deliver worry-free, high performance computing at a great value. These desktop models help growing businesses utilize the latest technologies to stay ahead of the competition. Lenovo 3000 J115 systems include powerful software tools for a worry-free computing experience.