Acer Aspire 5051AWXMi Laptop AMD Turion 64 MK36 2 GHz 1024MB 120GB DVD-RW SuperMulti 14.1" TFT Windo - HotUKDeals
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Acer Aspire 5051AWXMi Laptop AMD Turion 64 MK36 2 GHz 1024MB 120GB DVD-RW SuperMulti 14.1" TFT Windo £349.99

£349.99 @ Ebuyer
Not only is this Acer Aspire lightweight but it's also packed full of power with a meaty AMD Turion processor. Combine this with the 1GB RAM upgrade and you can be sure of high speed performance wheth… Read More
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Not only is this Acer Aspire lightweight but it's also packed full of power with a meaty AMD Turion processor. Combine this with the 1GB RAM upgrade and you can be sure of high speed performance whether you're surfing the net, transferring files, editing home photo's, checking through emails, listening to music or just chatting over the web. With Windows Vista Home Premium pre-loaded you can sit back safe in the knowledge that you're laptop is future proof for any new software and programs.

With all these features and at this low price we're expecting these to fly out of our warehouse!



Processor: Powerful AMD Turion 64 MK-36 - 2.0GHz
Hard Drive: 120GB
RAM: 1GB Memory
Screen: 14.1" TFT Widescreen
Optical Drive: DVD Re-writer (DVD±RW Super Multi Double Layer)
Graphics: ATI Radeon Xpress 1100 integrated 3D graphics
Wireless LAN: 802.11b/g
Operating System: Windows Vista Home Basic
3 x USB 2.0 Ports
Warranty: 1 Year Collect and Return

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I think this is the replacement for the 5052 that finished a few days ago. Anyway this is the same price but it gets you an extra 40gb HDD. BEFORE bashing the deal and voting cold, remember this has a more mobile (and thus more expensive) 14.1" screen. Those not interested in and don't rate the AMD Turion X2 chips (like me) may be interested in the previous post:

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deal/49030/acer-extensa-ex4220-051g08mi-intel-
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#1
You can't hotlink in the body of a deal post kobi... just so you know :)
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Nice laptop for the price. I got one earlier in the year for abotu £290.

Does everything I need. Ubuntu runs without any problems on it, and it's powerful enough to run Vista via a virtual machine in Ubuntu.

The main lack of power I've noticed is in the graphics area. It did struggle with Beryl in Ubuntu, but that can be expected.

The worst point is probably the battery life. In Vista I get just over 2 hours (general use) and in Ubuntu it's slightly less, so I'm constantly having to charge it.

At £350 that's a bit more than I'd be tempted to pay. For £400-450 if you look hard enough you can get a Core 2 Duo laptop with better battery life. My dad for example got a Dell 640M C2D for around £425.
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emmajk42
You can't hotlink in the body of a deal post kobi... just so you know :)


Cheers for that emmajk42 will bear that in mind next time :thumbsup:
#4
1 year warranty is pretty poor though.

Great price for a student. I would advise to get a longer warranty though, you will need it!
#5
StevieA
1 year warranty is pretty poor though.

Great price for a student. I would advise to get a longer warranty though, you will need it!


Yes you will, especially with ACER machines... :x
#6
Good find but are they any good?
#7
Good price. I had an Acer once. It was rubbish. Spend an extra few quid and get a better brand. Heat added for good price spot.
#8
As mentioned it's fine.

The build quality is quite solid, actually more so than the Dell 640M my parents have. I also prefer the keyboard. Screens, I can't notice much difference they're both very good.


The main let down is the battery life at around 2 (3 at a squeeze) hours. Apart from that, for a budget laptop it's very good. I got mine for £290 (it only had 512mb RAM so for £22 I chucked in another 1Gb) though so this isn't the best price.

I've got a custom built pc, so just wanted a cheap laptop to use around the flat. Not a single problem so far (4 months now), and nothing looks like failing or breaking on it.

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