Very PC Treeton review
There’s an interesting twist on the standard three-year, return-to-base warranty, too. As long as the customer keeps their antivirus software updated annually, the PC is entitled to a free service at the end of that period, where dust and grime is removed to bring the power consumption and cooling back up to scratch. If you take advantage of this service, the warranty is extended for a further two years.
Add in a copy of the free OpenOffice suite (which Very PC can preinstall if required), and the Treeton makes for a compelling value option for businesses. For the home, there’s also plenty of flexibility. Add a dual hybrid TV tuner card (£83 inc VAT) and a 250GB hard disk upgrade (£90 inc VAT) for a very capable media-centre system or just use the base specification for a good-value, discreet and very decent everyday system.