Acer 5920 Notebook With Core 2 Duo Processor, Vista Premium, 2gb RAM and 250gb Hard Drive £275 @ Asda - HotUKDeals
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Acer Notebook With Core 2 Duo Processor, Vista Premium, 2gb RAM and 250gb Hard Drive

The Acer Aspire 5920 wireless laptop is tailored to meet the needs of the advanced home entertainment user. Powered by a Core 2 Duo processor, it is perfect for anyone looking for a multimedia laptop at an amazing Asda price.

This fantastic notebook sports a 15.4 inch widescreen Acer CrystalBrite display, supported by powerful Intel GMA X3100 graphics.

The Aspire 5920 comes with Dolby Home Theatre Virtual Surround sound which offers a superior audio experience. The optical drive burns to CDs and DVDs (including high capacity dual layer DVDs), there is an integrated crystal eye webcam for fun on the web, and the built-in memory card reader is compatible with all major memory cards.

Storage is no problem with the high capacity 250gb hard drive, and the 2gb of DDR RAM will make multi tasking and data intensive work a breeze.

Main Features:

Acer Aspire AS5920-6A2G25Mi Notebook PC

Intel Core 2 Duo (T5750) 2.0 GHz Processor with 667MHz FSB 2048KB L2 Cache

2048MB (2x1024MB) of DDR2 Memory RAM

5400rpm 250GB Hard Disk Drive

Mobile Intel GM965 Express Chipset

15.4 inch WXGA Acer CrystalBrite LCD TFT

Intel Graphics Media Accelerator X3100

Intel PRO/Wireless 3945ABG Network Connection (Dual-Band Tri-Mode 802.11a/b/g)

8X DVD-Super Multi Double-Layer Optical Drive

0.3 MP Crystal Eye Webcam

5 in 1 Card Reader (SD), (MMC), (MS), (MS PRO), (XD)

Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium

6 Cell Lithium-Ion Battery

1 Year International Travellers Warranty

Manufacturer's Warranty: 1 Year International Travellers
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#1
good deal i think you can get some money off using topcashback as well.
#2
I got this for my wife a couple of weeks ago and it's a decent machine.

She has Windows 7 on it and it's running a dream.

Does anyone know if this is eligible for the Windows 7 upgrade?

:pirate:CJ:pirate:

EDIT: My Quidco tracked at £5.98. Basically making the postage free and an extra quid off.
#3
cutthroat_jake
I got this for my wife a couple of weeks ago and it's a decent machine.

She has Windows 7 on it and it's running a dream.

Does anyone know if this is eligible for the Windows 7 upgrade?

:pirate:CJ:pirate:

EDIT: My Quidco tracked at £5.98. Basically making the postage free and an extra quid off.


i think it does qaulify for windows 7 since acer signed up for it.
#4
Perfect for anyone that wants to replace their comuter every 12 months. Acer are poor build quality and the after sales service is shocking.

I have had two and one didn't work out of the box. The other just refused to boot up after 12 months light internet use. They are still arguing with me over the repair even though I paid an extra £79 for an extended warranty.

Avoid.
#5
Looks like a good deal to me:)
#6
Personally heard good reports about Acer, and the spec looks good for the price.

Yeah, it's not top end but it would easily serve most households, students etc.
#7
I brought this the last time it was on offer, can't find any faults with it..............yet
#8
I have the 5920G and liek a couple of others the hinge has cracked so be careful.

This is great value for money though, almost the same spec as mine just with basic GFX.
#9
Not to fond of acer laptops but this is a snip!! Ill be ordering one. Only need for internet browsing, use PC for procesing...
#10
clint thrust;5898241
Perfect for anyone that wants to replace their comuter every 12 months. Acer are poor build quality and the after sales service is shocking.

I have had two and one didn't work out of the box. The other just refused to boot up after 12 months light internet use. They are still arguing with me over the repair even though I paid an extra £79 for an extended warranty.

Avoid.
TBH the build quality on this particular model seems fairly good. It's even survived to dives to the floor from 2ft up and all is well still. It's a chunky little thing and had no rattles or flimsy bits. I'm fairly impressed and at that price, who can argue?

:pirate:CJ:pirate:
#11
its a decent machine and if you run a memory scan on it you will probably find that you can easily upgrade it to 4bg of ram for about £30 more or so.

Its a could computer for current technologies which for the price is what you should expect. However it doesnt support emerging technologies such as wireless N and blu ray drives but for these and other technologies u would expect to pay a much higher price so its a good machine.

The only thing that puts me off is that ive heard the build quality is poor on acers as suported by a previous post but then again if its just sitting on your desk in your bedroom then its hardly going to get damaged is it.
#12
good deal mate,,,,,,,, amazing find
#13
which is the fastest by the way? core 2 duo or dual core processer from intell. i know one ofthem is basicly a rip off forgot though.

i have a feeling its the core 2 duo :S
#14
Why expired, still available!
#15
mmmmmmmm
#16
Why expired ?

Just ordered one :thumbsup:
banned#17
clint thrust
Perfect for anyone that wants to replace their comuter every 12 months. Acer are poor build quality and the after sales service is shocking.

I have had two and one didn't work out of the box. The other just refused to boot up after 12 months light internet use. They are still arguing with me over the repair even though I paid an extra £79 for an extended warranty.

Avoid.


I have just bought this laptop to replace my 3 year old acer at home which still woks fine this is just too good a deal to miss out on again like i did when it was last on here Hot! :thumbsup:
#18
are the graphics alright?
#19
the real test of these machines is 12 months down the line.

i've seen countless acers with one faulty key or a 80% effective right mouse button or a power button that needs skill and luck to activate.

gimme a refurbed dell latitude with xp any day of the week - it'll still be running in 5 years time. and it'll boot and get on the net faster than summat like this running vista!
#20
Has anybody had a confirmation email yet?

Also, anybody with the computer - what is the battery life like?
One review on asda says 3 hours which seems a bit optimistic to me.
#21
Great Price - I however would not purchase an Acer again.

Mine is full of annoying faults, nothing too serious, but when the screen dimms unexpectedly, or the battery dies without warning, it can be frustrating. No matter how many times I change the settings, it still keeps happening.... but still a great price :)
#22
andrew_s461
Has anybody had a confirmation email yet?

Also, anybody with the computer - what is the battery life like?
One review on asda says 3 hours which seems a bit optimistic to me.


I have the 17" version, also with a 6-cell battery and It's poor to say the least - 2 hours MAX
#23
clint thrust
Perfect for anyone that wants to replace their comuter every 12 months. Acer are poor build quality and the after sales service is shocking.

I have had two and one didn't work out of the box. The other just refused to boot up after 12 months light internet use. They are still arguing with me over the repair even though I paid an extra £79 for an extended warranty.

Avoid.


I second this.

Whilst I admit every company has their ups and downs with customer service - Acer are the worst. I've had very rude agents talk to me back in the days when I had an Acer.

You get what you paid for - I think this works for me.
#24
spobby;5898493
are the graphics alright?
No, not really, but it can handle basic games and Vista/Windows 7 Aero ok.

Check graphics cards benchmarks here. 164th out of 204.

:pirate:CJ:pirate:
#25
I have one and its lasted fine with no faults. Build quality is perfectly good for the price (not as good as wife's HP but was 100 quid cheaper with a better spec!). No worries with Windows 7 RC runs a dream!
#26
kraven
Why expired ?

Just ordered one :thumbsup:


becos alot of childish ppl expire threads for the fun of it so that it does not get hot. but yeah excellent specfor the price, i bet its going to go out of stock real fast, now that is is on hotukdeals :-)

edit ah it is out of stock ><
#27
Computerman
i bet its going to go out of stock real fast, now that is is on hotukdeals :-)


Already has... rats!
#28
nice price but Showing out of stock for me.
#29
I would have had that at that price. Shame it is out of stock.
#30
I have the Travelmate 5720, doesn't look much different except its the business version (with T7300 c2d and ati radeon mobility x2500) . My battery has never been worthy of not being always plugged in but pretty good performance. Could be a good media centre for a HDTV, just windows media centre or install ubuntu and grab boxee, I imagine it would run 1080p if not 720p ok..
#31
GUTTED!! rushed home to buy this!!
#32
Watch they don't cancel your order claiming it was out of stock after taking money and keeping it for 10 days
#33
Graphics are *****. On one right now, and I would recommend the 5920G over this.
#34
send them a letter most peeps dont relise there is a 6 year warrenty period for electronics etc, if u believe the item you bought was not fit for sale or not of quality you can sue through a small claims court ? carnt remember the exect specifications needed but google "warrenty" im sure you will find something! HOPE THIS HELPS

SORRY this was a reply to the earlier post about an argument between a person who bought the item and the seller of the item!
#35
he6rt6gr6m
Graphics are *****. On one right now, and I would recommend the 5920G over this.


Well.. duh? :whistling:

That's EXACTLY the point of the 5920 and the 5920G, one is aimed more for graphics and costs a fair bit more than this.
#36
alexsleat
I have the Travelmate 5720, doesn't look much different except its the business version (with T7300 c2d and ati radeon mobility x2500) . My battery has never been worthy of not being always plugged in but pretty good performance. Could be a good media centre for a HDTV, just windows media centre or install ubuntu and grab boxee, I imagine it would run 1080p if not 720p ok..


i doubt Intel Graphics Media Accelerator X3100 would run 1080p at all, maybe 720p but no way 1080p and yeah this would be good for a media centre.
banned#37
Cold, can get better for the money, build in graphics lol..
#38
Meal
Cold, can get better for the money, build in graphics lol..


shame ur banned cos i wnna know what better laptop you have in mind!

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