BRAND NEW - 15.4" Acer Extensa 5630EZ, Pentium Dual Core T4200 2.0GHz, 2GB DDR2, 250GB HDD, Vista Home Premium [TODAY ONLY] - £316.25 + Free Delivery For Forum Members @ Scan - HotUKDeals
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***FREE WINDOWS 7 UPGRADE.***

You have to go through the today only link on the page.

To get this deal you have to go through the today only page.

I think this is a very good price considering it is not a Dual Core Celeron.
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banned#1
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#2
It looks like my old Travelmate. Nothing makes it stand out. 2gb ram average, standard specs for over 300. Worth its money but not really a bargain so voting cold. Unless something they are not saying.
banned#3
Soziberry
It looks like my old Travelmate. Nothing makes it stand out. 2gb ram average, standard specs for over 300. Worth its money but not really a bargain so voting cold. Unless something they are not saying.


Well it is a very good spec for money and in my eyes, looks one of the best £350 ish laptops I have seen, so elegant and stylish, IMO... :whistling:

A link maybe handy mate, if you can link a similar spec to this at around the £315 mark brand new with a free Windows 7 Upgrade Offer, I will be happy. :thumbsup:
#4
Looks a good offer to me...

Where does it say "today only", and "free windows 7 upgrade"??

Plus it's £331.07, not £316.25?
banned#5
dk143
Looks a good offer to me...

Where does it say "today only", and "free windows 7 upgrade"??


WINDOWS 7 : http://www.acer.com/windows7upgrade/

TODAY ONLY: Go to a link at the top which says today only on homepage. Or press CTRL + F and search, "Today Only." If you can't find it.

dk143
Looks a good offer to me...

Where does it say "today only", and "free windows 7 upgrade"??

Plus it's £331.07, not £316.25?


Normal price is £331.07 but through today only it is £316.25... :whistling:
#6
Bytes_And_Bobs


Are you sure it's a FREE upgrade, as the link doesn't say it's free? And how do I know this laptop qualifies?

"1 Terms and conditions vary. Additional ordering, shipping, handling or other fees may apply based on the local region/country."
#7
You will be charged when the upgrade kit is ready to ship. Please make sure your credit card is valid. The order will be put on hold if the card is invalid.
#8
dk143
Terms and conditions vary. Additional ordering, shipping, handling or other fees may apply based on the local region/country."


Charge maybe £44? Same price as in the shops on pre-order (with no upgrade requirements).

It's an Acer! It's from Scan! Cost £6.99 delivery! LOL
#9
I just went through Acer's Windows 7 upgrade ordering website and estimated handling and shipping fee per piece: £12.78

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

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#10
All well and good, but this is Dual Core, which is slightly old technology compared to Core2Duo. For the £316 surely you can easily get Core2Duo...Things like RAM, HDD are upgradeable in the laptop besides the Processor generally, so why not invest wisely in a good Processor.

But for someonewho is not fussed about the DualCore Processor it is a good find.
#11
rishidshah;5947877
All well and good, but this is Dual Core, which is slightly old technology compared to Core2Duo. For the £316 surely you can easily get Core2Duo...Things like RAM, HDD are upgradeable in the laptop besides the Processor generally, so why not invest wisely in a good Processor.

But for someonewho is not fussed about the DualCore Processor it is a good find.
Please do some basic research before spouting rubbish.

http://ark.intel.com/Product.aspx?id=37251

The T4200 is a Penryn-based 45nm chip. It runs at 2GHz, has an 800MHz FSB and 1MB L2 cache - it is for all intents and purposes a Core2Duo but without the nomenclature. It's effectively a T8100 with less cache and no VT-x.

You're confusing with the early Core Duo which was rebranded as the Pentium Dual which didn't have 64-bit extensions. Think of Pentium Dual Core now as last year's Core2Duo.

As ever with Intel the name they use often hides the processor - as someone once told me, a Celeron is simply last year's Pentium.

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