Visit our Business Solutions website >>

Cube 247 Omega ST2

Cube 247 Omega ST2
alaScore 81

6 reviews

Nov, 2019

  • Negative

alaTest has collected and analyzed 6 reviews of Cube 247 Omega ST2. The average rating for this product is 3.9/5, compared to an average rating of 4.1/5 for other Desktops for all reviews. Reviewers are impressed by the reliability and price.

price, reliability

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Desktops the Cube 247 Omega ST2 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 81/100 = Very good quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 6 reviews)

Expert Reviews  

Review Ratings

  (no reviews)
  (83% of reviews)
Show all 4 star reviews
  (17% of reviews)
Show all 3 star reviews
  (no reviews)
  (no reviews)

Showing 6 review(s)

Expert Reviews User Reviews


Below is a list of reviews for this or similar products. If you think this grouping is wrong please click here to flag.
Read more on our FAQ’s page.
Showing 1 - 6 of 6 Show Reviews: in English

Expert review by : Dan Grabham (

PC Plus review: Cube247 Proxima


In many ways a fine buy, provided you want to spend £2,000 on a PC, of course! Apart from the noise. And the case. Our only worry about buying a system at this price point is that, by the end of the year, it would have a dual-core processor on board

Jul, 2005


Expert review by : Robin Morris (

Cube247 Sigma ST7


Not everybody wants to buy a PC for playing games, but for those who do, the Cube247 Sigma ST7 will prove very difficult to resist.

It doesn't have the fastest processor, but as far as real-world performance goes, it would be hard to beat this PC for pace. The X1950 XTX is a fantastic graphics card, and considering the delights on offer, a £1,399 price tag is very reasonable.

Nov, 2006

Expert review by : Robin Morris (

Cube247 Delphinius ST6


This sparkler from Cube247 is the most expensive offering in our AMD vs Intel round-up. There's a £550 gap between this system and the Mesh Titan 5000 PPX. But if you're expecting the gap to be explained by the Mesh having an inferior chip, you'd be...

While the Cube247 may be faster than the Mesh Titan 5000 PPX, we can't help but feel that the performance gap isn't high enough to compensate for the huge £550 price difference. If you're in the market for an Athlon system, the Mesh would still be...

Aug, 2006

Expert review by : Robin Morris (

Cube247 Sigma ST5


The Sigma ST5 isn't outstanding, but it's a very assured system. Cube247 has gone for safe specifications, rather than taking a risk on a hot product or two.

This is another solid system from Cube247. It isn't as inspired in its choice of components as the showstoppers in the Power PC category, but performance is generally good – and considering the price tag, this PC will make a good-value acquisition.

Jun, 2006

Expert review by : Robin Morris (

Cube247 Zeta ST4


At this price point, Pentium 4 processors are fairly thin on the ground. This could be because Athlons are faster for the money; the Cube247's WorldBench score of 92 is three to six points off the pace set by our top Athlon PCs. Then again, there are...

The Cube247 Zeta ST4 is no Superbudget trailblazer, despite enjoying the rarity of a Pentium processor. It's a very decent system that will provide reliability and satisfaction for most office workers and digital photo fans, but there are other...

Apr, 2006

Expert review by : Robin Morris (

Cube247 Serpens


Neither of the other PC categories offer the same no-holds-barred performance as the Power division. Neither, for that matter, do they provoke the same debate about what represents value for money.

So, is the Serpens worth it? Well, we think so. You'll have to be quite wealthy to justify the expense, but it's not extortionate, and we can't find a great deal wrong with it. General Windows performance is stunning, the sound and drives are...

Oct, 2005

Price comparison for Cube 247 Omega ST2

  Store     Price
Roland CB-CS1 Carry Case (Cube Street)
Roland CB-CS1 Carry Case for the Cube Street The Roland CB-CS1 Carry Case (Cube Street) is specifically...
£57.00 TO SHOP
Roland CB-CS2 Carry Case (Cube Street EX)
Roland CB-CS2 Carry Case for the Cube Street EX The Roland CB-CS2 Carry Case (Cube Street EX) is a carry...
£61.00 TO SHOP
Radial IC-1 Ice Cube Balanced Line Isolator
The Radial IceCube IC-1 is a balanced line level isolator designed to quickly eliminate hum and buzz...
£69.00 TO SHOP
iCON Cube Pro
Professional audio interface for working with external preampsThe ICON Cube Pro VST is an intuitive and...
£104.00 TO SHOP
Roland Micro Cube GX (Black, UK Version)
Roland Micro Cube GX (Black) Guitar Combo AmplifierThe Roland Micro Cube GX (Black) is a long-serving and...
£121.00 TO SHOP
Roland Micro Cube Bass RX Bass Guitar Practice Amp...
The Roland MICRO CUBE BASS RX Bass Amplifier. A New Prescription for Tone, Power and Portability.The Roland...
£210.00 TO SHOP
Roland Cube Street (Red)
Roland Cube Street (Red) Battery-Powered Stereo Amplifier The Roland Cube Street (Red) is a lightweight...
£222.00 TO SHOP
Roland Cube Street (Red, UK Version)
Roland Cube Street (Red, UK Version) Battery-Powered Stereo AmplifierThe Roland Cube Street (Red) is a...
£225.00 TO SHOP
Glorious Session Cube XL
Designer DJ workstation with RGB LED lightingAdditional equipment shown is not included in the scope of...
£443.00 TO SHOP
Fredenstein Mix Cube Expansion
8-channel extension for Fredenstein Mix Cube
£699.00 TO SHOP

Note: Please check the product information and price with the store.