Acer Aspire 6930G 16" Core 2 Duo T6400 2 GHz, Blu-ray, 3GB, 250GB, Vista Prem, Free Del, £429.99 @ Play - HotUKDeals
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Good Processor plus Blu-ray - Win7 upgrade via Acer approx £13

# Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo T6400 2 GHz
# Memory: 3GB
# HD Capacity: 250GB
# Display: 16"
# Graphics Card: nVidia 9300GS 256MB
# Optical Drive: Blu-ray Combo Drive
# Operating System: Windows Vista Home Premium
# Battery Life: Upto 2.5 Hours
# Main Specification:
# Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo T6400 2GHz (800MHz FSB, 2MB L2 Cache)
# Memory: 3GB (1 x 2GB / 1 x 1GB)
# HD Capacity: 250GB 5400rpm Hard Disk Drive
# Display: 16" HD Acer CineCrystal LCD
# Graphics Card: nVidia 9300GS 256MB
# Optical Drive: DVD±RW (±R DL) / BD-ROM
# Operating System: Windows Vista Home Premium
# Networking: Ethernet LAN / 802.11a/b/g/Draft-N Wireless / Bluetooth 2.0 +EDR
# Wecam: Integrated 0.3MP Crystal Eye Webcam
# Protection: Acer Bio-Protection fingerprint solution
# Ports:
# ExpressCard/54 slot
# 5-in-1 card reader (SD, MMC, MS, MS PRO, xD)
# Three USB 2.0 ports
# HDMI port with HDCP support
# Consumer infrared (CIR) port
# External display (VGA) port
# Headphone/speaker/line-out jack with S/PDIF support
# Microphone-in jack
# Line-in jack
# Ethernet (RJ-45) port
# Modem (RJ-11) port
# DC-in jack for AC adapter
# Battery: 6 cell Li-ion Battery
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#1
16 inch is massive
#2
haq
16 inch is massive


Har har :w00t:
#3
I have a 16 inch one but my Wife says its too big!
#4
haq;7356485
16 inch is massive


Innuendo aside, how is 16" so huge compared to the biggest selling laptop size of 15.4" over the last few years?

Bezels (the plastic from the edge of the lcd screen to the edge of the plastic chassic) have been reduced even further and with 16:9 overtaking 16:10 invitably on laptops, they are due to become even smaller.

16" I have seen on a Sony, they are fine.
#5
Well it's a full HD 1080p for bluerays.. They can't make any more smaller, n y cold?? If u have better deal then post it please..
Can I get free windows 7 upgrade on it?
#6
R4m13

Can I get free windows 7 upgrade on it?


Yes - see http://www.acer.com/windows7upgrade/ add £13 to £14 postage so not free but worth doing.
#7
Looking for a new laptop and this one seems promising.

i take it this has an HD out port (or whatever they're called!)? i.e. I can connect this to my HD tv and watch blu ray movies through the blu ray player onto my tv in full HD?

Also, I guess the graphics card on this is shared? Anyone able to tell me how good a graphics card it is?

Surprised this is so cheap as I though most laptops with blu ray drives were well over £500. Is there something simple that this machine is lacking which makes it so cheap?

Is it easy to upgrade to Windows 7?

Thanks in advance for the help, as I can be a bit useless with technical things at times
#8
buzzman
Looking for a new laptop and this one seems promising.

i take it this has an HD out port (or whatever they're called!)? i.e. I can connect this to my HD tv and watch blu ray movies through the blu ray player onto my tv in full HD?

Also, I guess the graphics card on this is shared? Anyone able to tell me how good a graphics card it is?

Surprised this is so cheap as I though most laptops with blu ray drives were well over £500. Is there something simple that this machine is lacking which makes it so cheap?

Is it easy to upgrade to Windows 7?

Thanks in advance for the help, as I can be a bit useless with technical things at times


Has HDMI output to connect to TV - Win 7 personally I found the upgrade process pretty easy on a recent Acer purchase - Win 7 been out for a few months now and plenty of help on the web if you do run into problems.

Graphics card has 256 mb of dedicated memory - low end graphics card - not that great for gaming see benchmark http://www.notebookcheck.net/NVIDIA-GeForce-9300M-GS.9452.0.html

Acer put out good spec and lower prices - some complaints about customer service (Indian call centre) or laptop cases looking cheap - always recommend going into currys / pcworld and having a look a manufacturers kit before buying
#9
Thanks for that. Is the screen on the laptop itself HD and full 1080p?

And is it possible to upgrade the graphics card if I wanted to?
#10
buzzman
Thanks for that. Is the screen on the laptop itself HD and full 1080p?

And is it possible to upgrade the graphics card if I wanted to?


Laptop display is 720p No spec on Acer website but similar Asus laptop with same graphics card output 1080p via HDMI.

Personally I would'nt attempt to upgrade a graphics card on a laptop - maybe other members could help?

For great gaming and blu-ray go for a PS3 and a cheaper laptop for the rest - to get both in one laptop will cost a lot more than this.

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