Acer Aspire X3300 - 4gb - 500gb - Vista Home Premium - BluRay - Graphics £319.99 @ Acer Outlet - HotUKDeals
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Acer Aspire X3300 - 4gb - 500gb - Vista Home Premium - BluRay - Graphics £319.99 @ Acer Outlet

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Key Features: AMD Phenom II 710 Triple Core (2.6Ghz) Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium 64bit nVidia GeForce G100 Dedicated Graphics - 512MB 4096Mb (2*2048Mb) RAM 500GB Hard Disc Drive BluRay … Read More
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7y, 2m agoFound 7 years, 2 months ago
Key Features:
AMD Phenom II 710 Triple Core (2.6Ghz)
Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium 64bit
nVidia GeForce G100 Dedicated Graphics - 512MB
4096Mb (2*2048Mb) RAM
500GB Hard Disc Drive
BluRay Reader - DVD /CD Rewriter Combi Drive
9 USB 2.0 Ports
High Definition 5.1 Audio
Standard Keyboard and Mouse
Gigabit Ethernet

FREE WINDOWS 7 UPGRADE* by 31st Jan 2009.


Just bought this via amazon for a £5 Quid delivery.

Good spec, small footprint plus blu ray!!! and an option to move to W7.
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#1
How does the Windoes 7 upgrade work as clearly wont get the item before 31st Jan? Is the deadline on purchases?
#2
EdwardtheLocal
How does the Windoes 7 upgrade work as clearly wont get the item before 31st Jan? Is the deadline on purchases?


Reading the link on the Acer site it does seem to be on purchases, so a couple of days leeway.
banned#3
good value
#4
I bought one of these a week or so ago.

Very happy with it so far, but macines with a fresh install of windows always seem to fly.

I was a bit dissapointed that I couldn't use the machine in a dual monitor set up with 2 VGA monitors (because there's only one DVI and one HDMI output).

It's a small footprint machine which might be just what you need. It's DDR3 ram and can be upgraded to 8GB which I was happy about (most other machines I looked at at this price were DDR2 and restricted to 4GB).

The machine is pretty quiet.
#5
sinkyboy2000
I bought one of these a week or so ago.

Very happy with it so far, but macines with a fresh install of windows always seem to fly.

I was a bit dissapointed that I couldn't use the machine in a dual monitor set up with 2 VGA monitors (because there's only one DVI and one HDMI output).

It's a small footprint machine which might be just what you need. It's DDR3 ram and can be upgraded to 8GB which I was happy about (most other machines I looked at at this price were DDR2 and restricted to 4GB).

The machine is pretty quiet.


Cheers for the mini review - this is about the right price point for me will do some digging ..

Never used Vista but hear its not great so would go for the Windows 7 upgrade
#6
Not a bad set up IMO for the price!
#7
sinkyboy2000
I bought one of these a week or so ago.

Very happy with it so far, but macines with a fresh install of windows always seem to fly.

I was a bit dissapointed that I couldn't use the machine in a dual monitor set up with 2 VGA monitors (because there's only one DVI and one HDMI output).

It's a small footprint machine which might be just what you need. It's DDR3 ram and can be upgraded to 8GB which I was happy about (most other machines I looked at at this price were DDR2 and restricted to 4GB).

The machine is pretty quiet.


Is there space for two 3.5" drives then?
#8
Machine ordered yesterday - due tomorrow. Will post my initial thoughts soon.

Not sure about expansion drive bays.
#9
bazzaric
Is there space for two 3.5" drives then?


Not opened it up, but I'm told there isn't.

There is an eSATA port though.
#10
You guys know the PSU? May get this and upgrade the graphics card.
#11
EdwardtheLocal
Cheers for the mini review - this is about the right price point for me will do some digging ..

Never used Vista but hear its not great so would go for the Windows 7 upgrade


With 4GB of RAM I wouldn't expect that much difference TBH, I've used both a fair bit now (Home Premium in in both cases) , the user interface is very similar. For the sake of compatibility with older peripherals and SW personally I'd rather have a 32bit version than 64, but even most domestic machines seem to be packaged with 64bit.
#12
TT2k
You guys know the PSU? May get this and upgrade the graphics card.


220 Watts, so probably not ideal. It will need to be low profile card (if that's the right term) too.
#13
is it meant to be a free upgrade to win7 by 31st Jan 2010? not 2009?
#14
sinkyboy2000
220 Watts, so probably not ideal. It will need to be low profile card (if that's the right term) too.


Thanks, 220 is way too low.
#15
mr.potato_head
is it meant to be a free upgrade to win7 by 31st Jan 2010? not 2009?


LOL, I hadn't spotted that!

http://www.acer.com/windows7upgrade/

Has the right date.

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