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eSys S709001UK Intel PC System + Linux

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Celeron 3.2GHz, 512MB RAM, 80GB Hard Disk, DVD-ROM, Linux Ubuntu

This item is currently discontinued and at present, we have no replacement on order.
Quickcode: 30498  
Stock code: SYR-ESYS-S709001UK
Manuf. code: S709001UK
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  • Intel® Celeron 3.2GHz Processor
  • 80GB – 7200RPM Hard Disk Drive
  • 512MB DDR II RAM
  • DVD Rom drive
  • Intel 945GC Motherboard
  • 5.1 channel AC’97 Sound
  • 6 x USB 2.0 Ports
  • Integrated Ethernet 10/100 Mbps
  • Enhance 300W PSU
  • Multimedia Keyboard
  • Optical Scroll Mouse
  • Ubuntu Linux

    Warranty Information:

    Manufacturer esys
    Warranty Type Manufacturer via Aria
    Manufacturer Website
    Manufacturer Email [email protected]
    Warranty Period (yrs)1
    Aria Warranty Only? Yes

    Comments, Questions & Reviews:

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    Install XP by cavisco

    Yes it is possible to downgrade from Linux to XP, but I can't think of any reason to do so.

    Comes with Firefox by Rory

    Yes Ubuntu comes pre-loaded with Firefox but you also have a choice of Konqueror or Opera or Epiphany to name but a few which you can easily install for FREE.

    Can I remove Linux? by Izzy

    Is it possible to remove Linux and install Windows? I had a very bad experience with Linux last year and I will never use Linux again. This looks like a very attractive product but if I can't install Windows it is useless to me.

    Question  Question by tracyanne

    Can the linux operating system be removed and Windows XP be used instead?

    Yes. But why bother? If you don't like Ubuntu you are better off replacing it with a a different Linux, like Mandriva or

    Don't be misled by the price by Roy Schestowitz

    Been using an eSys PC since 2005. Worked like a charm since then!!

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