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Sorry I took so long to respond about my "poor service" rating.
I was looking for a review from www.yasni.info about the Packard Bell Smart TV S320 Pentium D 820 400GB PC written in November 2006.
(Please see the url: DANGEROUS URL REMOVED%2Freviews%2Faudio-visual%2Ftelevisions%2Fplasma-and-lcd-tvs%2Fpackard-bell-smart-tv-32-109310%2Freview&name=Bell+Smart&showads=1&lc=en-gb&lg=en&rg=gb&rip=gb).
The review by TechRadar includes the quote, "Despite fitting neatly inside a TV shell that's only slightly bigger out back than you'd expect, the PC uses mostly standard PC components, so upgrading the memory, processor, hard disc or graphics shouldn't be too hard."
The above being the case, I was hoping you would be able to give an expert estimation on the type of hardware (hdd, cpu, ram, psu, sound & graphics cards etc) that I could expect reasonably to upgrade towards? Perhaps you are not familiar with the Smart TV S320 to provide that sort of information(?).
If that is the case, do you have an idea on who would be able offer expert advise on inventory?
So am I right in saying that you are suggesting the hardware components for the Packard Bell Smart TV S320 Pentium D 820, cover the PC and TV aspect of the unit together? Hence why the product is not upgradeable? (Or is it just that they are just obsolete and existing m/boards, cpu's, etc would not fit and are not appropriate?)
If it helps, I do know the product has the following specifications:
Well thanks Richard,
I think we have exhausted this. At least I am clearer about the prospects of upgrading.
Appreciate your help,