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Cheapest 17in blu ray laptop
New glossy Acer Aspire 7720G featuring a 17 Crystal Briteview widescreen and a Blu-ray combo drive to watch your movies with HD quality. This fantastic laptop comes with Genuine Windows Vista (R) Home Premium

* Intel Core 2 Duo T5750 Processor
* (2 GHz, 667 Mhz, 2MB Cache)
* Genuine Windows Vista (R) Home Premium
* 3GB Memory
* 250GB Hard disk drive

* Blu-Ray & Super Multi DVD drive
* 17" CrystalBrite display
* nVidia GeForce 9300M GS graphics
* Wireless & Wired network-ready
* Gloss black exterior with white interior
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Not bad, not many 17" deals around at the moment
acer? nuff said.
And whats wrong with Acer ?? Had an acer laptop for many years and its fine.
i`ve got my friends acer laptops before nothing wrong with them
Acer are great, I've had two and the problem I had with the first one was fixed within a week.
The only thing wrong with this is,
It has the same specs as the Acer Aspire 6920g except for the graphics card
but this laptop doesn't have an HDMI output and only a DVI output therefore you can't really watch bluray on your TV as that is a main feature with the blu ray player. Kind of stupid really..
you can get dvi to hdmi converters - any good?
Yes the converter can be purchased, a quick look on fleabay and you can get them for around £4 inc postage

It is a DVI male to HDMI female converter. The results are great on my Optoma HD65 projector.

Thsi is a discussion forrum for any issues once you have purchased this laptop model

I purchased this model 3 weeks ago and so far no probs, it was a refurbished one, but seemed totally new. No probs so far. The purchase price was £360 with various vouchers used.

I am trying to identify a source to confirm you can also install a second hd into this laptop.

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