Acer Aspire 5103WLMi Laptop, ATI x1300, 120gb HD, 1gb Ram, Turion x2 £554 - Tesco - HotUKDeals
We use cookie files to improve site functionality and personalisation. By continuing to use HUKD, you accept our cookie and privacy policy.
Get the HUKD app free at Google Play

Search Error

An error occurred when searching, please try again!

Login / Sign UpSubmit
Looks to be a very good spec laptop with dedicated graphics (although low end) from Tesco. Price is £554 (inc delivery).
Availble online and instore.

Specs listed below, some of the highlights are -
Turion X2 64 - TL52 (other turion x2 laptops posted have usually been TL50 - slower)
120GB Hard Drive
1GB RAM
ATI x1300 (Dedicated Graphics)
0.3 mega pixel web camera
Super Multi DVDRW Drive

Audio Features Sound Blaster Pro and Sound Compatible
Bluetooth No
Brand Acer
Card Reader Yes
Graphics ATI Mobility Radeon X1300 graphics with 128MB of memory
Hard Drive 120GB, 5,400rpm hard disk drive
Memory 1024MB of DDR memory
Mouse Touchpad
Operating System Microsoft Windows XP Media Center
Optical Drive 8X DVD-Super Multi double-layer drive
Processor AMD Turion 64 X2 Mobile Technology TL-52 (1.6GHz, 1MB L2 cache)
Product Depth 26.9 cm
Product Height 33.8 cm
Product Weight 2.82kg
Product Width 35.8 cm
Screen Size 15.4"
Screen Size Features EXGA high-brightness (200-nit) Acer CrystalBrite TFT LCD
Software Load MS-Works
TV Tuner None
USB 3 X USB 2.0 ports
Wi-Fi Acer InviLink 802.11b/g Wi-Fi CERTIFIED solution, supporting Acer SignaUp wireless technology

.
- planet2sky
More From Tesco Direct:

All Comments

(53) Jump to unreadPost a comment
Comments/page:
Page:
#1
They also have another one here for £370, lower specs as expected though.
http://direct.tesco.com/q/R.200-4446.aspx
#2
549 clubcard points too.
Nice find.

Worth noting that dedicated graphics do use up more battery power than integrated, and at 2.82kg this isn't the most portable of laptops.
Great desktop replacement, though worth looking at other available laptops, core 2 duo is pretty unsurpassed after all.
#3
Would you say this is better than the Acer laptop dixons are selling for £549

Spec
[LIST]
[*]Intel Core 2 Duo T5500 Processor 1.66GHz
[*]667MHz FSB
[*]2MB Cache
[*]1024MB RAM
[*]120GB Hard Drive
[*]Dual Layer DVD ReWriter MultiDrive
[*]15.4" Widescreen TFT Display
[*]Microsoft Windows Media Center
[*]224MB Intel GMA 950 Shared Graphics
[*]1 Year Free Warranty[/LIST]Below is the link

http://www.dixons.co.uk/martprd/store/dix_page.jsp?BV_SessionID=@@@@2094546748.1167913621@@@@&BV_EngineID=cceladdjklkmjghcflgceggdhhmdgmi.0&page=Product&fm=null&sm=null&tm=null&sku=338231&category_oid=

I'm really interested in getting one of these laptops as they seem exceptional value for money. I thought I'd narrowed it down to the Acer at Dixons but now i'm thinking that this one could be a possibility. I'd love it if one of you techies could help me out with a final decision. I'm sure I found a £20 off dixons code somewhere, but I suppose the clubcard points would also be good.
#4
The dixons is very similar.. main dif is shared v dedicated graphics, and core 2 duo v AMD turion 64 x2. Core 2 duo should run faster, and is slightly more energy efficient.
#5
Yep, both vary similar, but i would pick the Tesco deal, it will definantly run Vista with FULL eye candy.
#6
Yes Ricky that looks a really good spec...with a Core 2 CPU...basic graphics but must be vista capable as this is a new Acer model.

If you buy don't forget quidco.
#7
Plus the tesco one has a webcam (may be useful in the future).
#8
2.5% quidco from Dixons iirc

Work will be giving me the cash next week so I need to try to decide. The dixons one is out of stock at them moment so I'll have to see fi they are likely to get more stock.
#9
Comet do a similar Acer laptop for £479.99
#10
mchu6am4
Comet do a similar Acer laptop for £479.99
Link?

-edit
Ah, here it is: http://www.comet.co.uk/cometbrowse/product.do?sku=363286

Similar spec but integrated graphics, plus ML-50 instead of an ML-52.
#12
The difference between this and the comet one is:
the comet has shared graphics, no webcam and slower processor.
#13
[FONT=Comic Sans MS][SIZE=3]Hi All While all you clever people are on here I want a new laptop minimum of 1024 must be wireless. Looking for the best deal dont mind paying more for better spec. Can you help PLEASE :? [/SIZE][/FONT]
#14
geri
[FONT=Comic Sans MS][SIZE=3]Hi All While all you clever people are on here I want a new laptop minimum of 1024 must be wireless. Looking for the best deal dont mind paying more for better spec. Can you help PLEASE :?

[/SIZE][/FONT]


What's your budget and will you want to play games on the laptop??
#15
[FONT=Comic Sans MS][SIZE=3]Hi Budget upto a £900 and maybe a game or two. Its mainly for business so must be mobile Been on Del but they are confusing. Would pay for the TV bit as well (technical term) :? [/SIZE][/FONT]
#16
What kind of games?
Dell is pretty good as it allows you to chose exactly what you want, plus the prices are competitive.
A core 2 duo for future proofing, 1gig of RAM, 120gb hdd, analogue / digital tv tuner the level of spec you want?
£900 is a fairly huge budget.. what kind of business applications will you need to run?
A decent battery life is important, which some of the deals wont have... how long on the go without a plug do you anticipate being?
Do you want a standard 15.4 inch screen, widescreen, larger screen (will kill battery life) or the ultraportable 12.1?
#18
seancampbell
What kind of games?
Dell is pretty good as it allows you to chose exactly what you want, plus the prices are competitive.
A core 2 duo for future proofing, 1gig of RAM, 120gb hdd, analogue / digital tv tuner the level of spec you want?
£900 is a fairly huge budget.. what kind of business applications will you need to run?
A decent battery life is important, which some of the deals wont have... how long on the go without a plug do you anticipate being?
Do you want a standard 15.4 inch screen, widescreen, larger screen (will kill battery life) or the ultraportable 12.1?



Hi The screen I have now is a 15 and that seems great as the eyes are failing. Battery would have to last at the most about 5 hours but could always buy a spare. Away in motorhome at weekends and need to be able to email and use internet. Small busines need to keep in touch with 6 others by internet I need to run SAGE and Excel but most of the work is stored on here and backed up. Hope this makes sense
#19
If you can stretch your budget more a MacBook Pro maby a good option, great screen, battery life, powerful, slim and portable.

If you cant stretch for a new one a refurb might do well in your budget range.
#20
Does anyone know of any Tesco Direct code that are valid? None on here seem to work.
1 Like #21
Many thanks
1 Like #22
Nothing demanding then...
5 hours is a fairly long time for any laptop.. going to need a 9 cell lithium ion battery of at least 4800 mah.
No way you'll get 5 hours + on one battery on a 17 or 19 inch monitor so a spare will be needed... that'll probably take 150 off your budget.

Had a look at dell and just as a basic guide to the spec level you'll want this is available within your budget (and youll easily beat this as I'v only checked one site, if this looks ok i'll dig out half a dozen alternatives.

INSPIRON 9400Intel® Core™ 2 Duo Processor T5500 (1.66 GHz, 2 MB L2 cache, 667 MHz FSB)editOPERATING SYSTEMGenuine Windows® XP Media Center Edition 2005 (incl Operating System Re-Install CD) - EnglisheditVISTA UPGRADEMCE to Vista Premium Upgrade on www.dellvistaupgrade.com before 03/31/07 editSUPPORT SERVICESCollect & Return, 1 Year Service onlyeditLCD17" Wide Screen WXGA (1440x900) TFT DisplayeditMEMORY1024MB 667MHz Dual Channel DDR2 SDRAM (2x512)editHARD DRIVE120GB (5,400rpm) Hard DriveeditOPTICAL DRIVEFixed Internal 8X DVD+/-RW with SoftwareeditGRAPHICS CARD256MB ATI® Mobility™ Radeon® X1400 HyperMemory™ graphics cardeditPRIMARY BATTERY9 Cell, 80Whr Lithium Ion Primary Battery

= £889.59Includes VAT & Shipping


Do macbook pros come in 17/19 inch screens?:S
1 Like #23
gd_miester
Does anyone know of any Tesco Direct code that are valid? None on here seem to work.



http://tescocodes.blogspot.com/
#24
seancampbell
Nothing demanding then...
5 hours is a fairly long time for any laptop.. going to need a 9 cell lithium ion battery of at least 4800 mah.
No way you'll get 5 hours + on one battery on a 17 or 19 inch monitor so a spare will be needed... that'll probably take 150 off your budget.

Had a look at dell and just as a basic guide to the spec level you'll want this is available within your budget (and youll easily beat this as I'v only checked one site, if this looks ok i'll dig out half a dozen alternatives.

INSPIRON 9400Intel® Core™ 2 Duo Processor T5500 (1.66 GHz, 2 MB L2 cache, 667 MHz FSB)editOPERATING SYSTEMGenuine Windows® XP Media Center Edition 2005 (incl Operating System Re-Install CD) - EnglisheditVISTA UPGRADEMCE to Vista Premium Upgrade on www.dellvistaupgrade.com before 03/31/07 editSUPPORT SERVICESCollect & Return, 1 Year Service onlyeditLCD17" Wide Screen WXGA (1440x900) TFT DisplayeditMEMORY1024MB 667MHz Dual Channel DDR2 SDRAM (2x512)editHARD DRIVE120GB (5,400rpm) Hard DriveeditOPTICAL DRIVEFixed Internal 8X DVD+/-RW with SoftwareeditGRAPHICS CARD256MB ATI® Mobility™ Radeon® X1400 HyperMemory™ graphics cardeditPRIMARY BATTERY9 Cell, 80Whr Lithium Ion Primary Battery

= £889.59Includes VAT & Shipping


Do macbook pros come in 17/19 inch screens?:S




This sounds great Thank you for all your help:-D
#25
or if you can make do with a 15.4 screen http://www.meshcomputers.com/Default.aspx?PAGE=PRODUCTVIEWPAGE&USG=PRODUCT&ENT=PRODUCT&KEY=116111 isnt bad ;
Key Features:

[COLOR=#0000ff]Award Winner with Free TV Tuner
[/COLOR]
[SIZE=1][COLOR=#0000ff]Genuine[/COLOR][/SIZE][SIZE=1][COLOR=#0000ff] Windows® XP Professional[/COLOR][/SIZE]

[SIZE=1][COLOR=blue]FREE[/COLOR][/SIZE][SIZE=1][COLOR=#666666] [COLOR=black]Upgrade to Vista Business[/COLOR][/COLOR][/SIZE]
Intel® Core(tm)2 Duo 64-BitT5500
Intel Merom Mobile 2 x 1.66Ghz 2MB L2 cache
1024MB DDRII 667Mhz Memory
100GB 5400rpm SATA Hard Drive
256MB nVidia Geforce7300 turbo Cache
15.4"WXGA (1280x800)X-Glass WideScreen
Super Format Dual Layer DVD Writer
7 in 1 Media Card Reader
Built in Intel Wireless LAN
Built in Bluetooth & Camera
Free USB TV Tuner (HD TV ready)
Free Carrying case & USB Mouse

Weight ~2.75Kg ,Battery Life ~ 4 hrs
[COLOR=black]2 Years Worldwide Warranty

Battery life somewhat short though as you wont get the full four hours running full pelt.
£839 inc VAT/£714.04 without
Free next day shipping.

Worth noting it had a worldwide 2 year collect and return next day warranty.
[/COLOR]
#26
Thks that sounds better than the first. Claim the VAT back so not a problem with that. Thank you for all your help your a star :)
#27
It's pretty similar battery same 9 cell slightly less power but not by much. Bluetooth and camera extra, as well a dual layer writer. Faster DDR2 so better performance. Free bag too. Can customise what you want with MESH too.
The £4.68 cigarette lighter adaptor can come in handy for a tiny extra outlay. Charging on the go/ using in car in emergency is v useful sometimes.
Not much in the way of software so worth picking up ms works etc for it off somewhere like ebuyer, only a couple of quid for an oem version.
#28
[quote=gd_miester]Does anyone know of any Tesco Direct code that are valid? None on here seem to work.[/quot


some new ones on here http://www.savacode.com/tesco.html
1 Like #29
Thanks geri,
but none seem to apply to tesco direct or be valid.
#30
Ricky
2.5% quidco from Dixons iirc

Work will be giving me the cash next week so I need to try to decide. The dixons one is out of stock at them moment so I'll have to see fi they are likely to get more stock.


Hi Ricky, Comet do the same laptop but £20 dearer http://www.comet.co.uk/cometbrowse/product.do?sku=362964, with free delivery between 5-7 days. You can also choose your delivery date. I ordered one of these for delivery on Monday, not knowing that its £20 cheaper in Dixons.

I checked their price match and you have up to 10 days after your purchase to make a claim. They'll refund you the difference plus 10%, so I'm hoping the one in Dixons comes back into stock!!

The only problem is that they only price match on certain stores, including Currys and PC World, but not Dixons. I always believed Dixons was part of the same group, so I don't see why they won't price match it?
#31
iand68
Hi Ricky, Comet do the same laptop but £20 dearer http://www.comet.co.uk/cometbrowse/product.do?sku=362964, with free delivery between 5-7 days. You can also choose your delivery date. I ordered one of these for delivery on Monday, not knowing that its £20 cheaper in Dixons.

I checked their price match and you have up to 10 days after your purchase to make a claim. They'll refund you the difference plus 10%, so I'm hoping the one in Dixons comes back into stock!!

The only problem is that they only price match on certain stores, including Currys and PC World, but not Dixons. I always believed Dixons was part of the same group, so I don't see why they won't price match it?


They won't price match because Dixons is an online only retailer, and thus has lesser costs than Comet who have both bricks and mortar stores and an online business. Would seem to suggest online buyers subsidise store goers but hey that's their policy.
#32
i have an acer laptop as a second computer was about £600 i think from comet

the laptop it self is good

not excellent

BATTERY LIFE IS SHOCKINGLY BAD! ...... i get about 1hr tops on a full charge for surfing the internet or word processing... so you may want to consider an extra battery or just anther laptop!



I have a dell desktop atm


waiting for it to 'go' before i splash out again

get this:

128mb ram
40gb hard drive
17inc CRT
DVD re-writer!
floppy drive - ooo how we use to love the whole 3.2mb of memory!!:thinking: :-D

cost me about £1200 back in 2000

it was top notch then!!! :thumbsup: :thumbsup:

only the cd drive has broke !! but after 5 years what do you expect
haha

:whistling:
#33
If you are only getting 1 hour battery life, i can only imagine there is a fault somwhere.
#34
findmeabargin

BATTERY LIFE IS SHOCKINGLY BAD! ...... i get about 1hr tops


I know the battery life is reported to last 2 and half hours, but I didn't think it'd be that bad.
#35
Acers are generally poor on battery life, plenty of test results using mobilemark and other such test simulation programs.

Worth noting very few people bother conditioning their batteries though. I get around the 9 hour mark on my dell as long as I'm not gaming/ playing dvds.
1 Like #36
geri
Thks that sounds better than the first. Claim the VAT back so not a problem with that. Thank you for all your help your a star :)


This one will be worth a look too
http://www.pcnextday.co.uk/products/ProductDetail.asp?ProductCode=3384-6610

I bought the 6301 model below it and it's fantastic and plays everything I throw at it. Indeed I'm HUKD'ing away on it right now :)
#37
Also additional 9 cell battery is only £50 with that one ^^^.
#38
gd_miester
Also additional 9 cell battery is only £50 with that one ^^^.


And the 12 cell is only £58.74 :thumbsup: Seriously though, very impressed with the Zoostorm. Pretty sure the chassis is Fujitsu/Siemens. The HD in mine is Samsung.
#39
Thanks just been in and had a look. Think I am more confused than before. Did like the one that Sean sent in with Ggood spec and TV and bag etc.. Think I am still leaning that way but still happy to look. :):)
#40
By the way I have an Acer now been good in all ways but the battery So must be something with them.

Post a Comment

You don't need an account to leave a comment. Just enter your email address. We'll keep it private.

...OR log in with your social account

...OR comment using your social account

Top of Page
Thanks for your comment! Keep it up!
We just need to have a quick look and it will be live soon.
The community is happy to hear your opinion! Keep contributing!