ASUS Z53SC Santa Rosa Laptop, Core2Duo T7100, 2GB, 160GB, NVIDIA 8400, Bluetooth, 1.3MP cam, £890 - HotUKDeals
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Asus Laptop + Crucial 1GB DDR2 667MHz/PC2-5300 Laptop Memory for £890 (£10 off through google checkout, also remember to set delivery to within 5 working days option for £10 off)

* Processor: Intel Centrino Dual 2 Core T7100 (1.8 GHz; 2 MB L2, 800 MHz FSB)
* RAM: 1024MB DDR2-667MHz (2GB in total)
* Hard Drive: 160 GB
* 8MB Flash EPROM
* PMU, Plug & Play
* Boot from USB, LAN, Ai-Flash 3, Ai-Flash 4
* 15.4 wide active matrix TFT,WXGA+ 1440x900
* Optical Drive: DVD±RW Super Multi DL
* Nvidia GeForce 8400M G (NB8M- SE)
* External 128MB GDDRII VRAM (Reserve for VRAM 32Mx16*8) TurboCache Supported to Max 896MB
* Wireless LAN: 802.11a/b/g/n
* Bluetooth: Bluetooth Enabled
* Built-in 1.3 mega pixel camera
* Battery Life (Depending on Use): 2.4hrs
* Weight: 3.2kg
* Warranty: 2 years collect & return warranty
* Operating System: Windows Vista Home Premium
* Firewire Port
* 8in1 Card Reader

There are many guides available on the internet explaining how to insert memory cards, a good one in particular is the one at http://reviews.cnet.com/4520-11381_7-5506183-1.html?tag=txt, which includes a video walk through.
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Also available with a slightly smaller screen (same resolution)

http://www.ebuyer.com/customer/products/index.html?rb=28320589918&action=YnVuZGxlX292ZXJ2aWV3&easycode=7RDTHAW75

For £799 (-GCheckout)

Who wouldn't want a Santa Rosa? Though I'm not sure about the 8400... normally the x400s are pretty poor performers...
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The 8400 is the successor to the 7400 and is fully compatible with direct X10 (which will be *required* in order to play next gen games like crysis, alan wake, ut2007 and many others), it outperforms the 7300 and 7400 as well as the X1300 and X1400. It isn't meant to compete with the 7600 or 79*0, but you find me laptops with Santa Rosa processors and a 7*00 graphics card for less than £900. Note that a 6800 will outperform a 7400. The processor is a very good one, with very little heat dissipation and great performance. It's rare to find Nvidia *800 and *900 on anything more portable than a desktop replacement. Asus build very good quality products, I believe their hardware is comparable to macs, if you want cheap laptops asus isn't for you. From WIKI:

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Santa Rosa refers to the fourth-generation Centrino platform, which was released on Wednesday 9th May 2007. The following features are included:[1]

* Second generation Intel Core 2 Duo (code-named Merom) mobile processor. The processor is similar to and still carries the codename Merom in common with that used on the Napa platform although the new processors connect to the motherboard with Socket P.
* Intel Mobile 965 Express chipset (code named Crestline) with Intel's GMA X3100 graphics technology and ICH8M southbridge, 800 MT/s front side bus with Dynamic Front Side Bus Switching to save power during low utilization, and
* Intel PRO/Wireless 4965AGN IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n mini-PCIe Wi-Fi adapter (code named Kedron). This Wireless-N technology boasts a 5X speed increase, along with a 2X greater coverage area, and supports 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz bandwidths, enough for high definition audio and video streams. :[2]
* NAND flash-memory caching branded as Turbo Memory (code-named Robson)
* RAM supported for DDR2-533 and DDR2-667 SODIMM,
* EFI-compliant firmware, a successor to BIOS.
* Intel Dynamic Acceleration (IDA), better Windows Vista Aero support [1]

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