eMachines eME732 13 370m processor, 2gb ram, 160gb hard drive Win7 - £289.97 @ Save On Laptops - HotUKDeals
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Haven't seen many i3's below £300. Would be nice to have a bigger hard drive and 3gd ram however it's still a decent price

Processor Intel® Core™ i3 Dual Core (370M, 3MB Cache, 2.4 GHz)
Screen 15.6" (Acer CineCrystal, 1366x768 HD, High Brightness)
Operating System Windows 7 Home Premium Edition 64-bit
RAM 2GB (DDR3 1066MHZ)
Hard Drive 160GB
Optical Drive DVD Rewriter (Records DVDs 8x & CDs 24x & Dual Layer Super Multi)
Graphics Integrated (Intel® GMA X4500 3D Graphics with up to 384MB Shared Memory)
Wireless LAN Wireless (802.11b/g/n Wireless)
Network Card 10/100Mbps Fast Ethernet
Integrated Webcam Integrated Webcam
Card Reader 2-in-1 card reader ( SD, MMC )
USB Ports 3x USB 2.0 ports
Speakers Integrated Stereo Speakers
VGA Port 1 External VGA Port
Kensington Lock Kensington lock slot
Charge Time 2.5 Hours
HDMI 1x HDMI Port
Warranty 12 Months emachine Warranty
Battery Life 2-3 Hours (up to 3 hours with power management)
Weight 2-3 Kg (This Model 2.39 Kg)
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#1
Hot, though I don't think the spec. is quite right - as a core i3 it'll have Intel's GMA HD GPU integrated into the CPU.

£10 less than Sainsbury's price a few months back, though this does have a slightly smaller HDD.
#2
one review said it was hard to upgrade the memory.
Can anyone confirm?
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Pablo147
one review said it was hard to upgrade the memory.
Can anyone confirm?


I'm using the e732 to write this post. There aren't any accessible ram slots on the underneath of the unit, which means you'll have to take the unit apart to access the ram. It's a cheap laptop largely let down by the slow 250GB HDD (I got the 250GB model from Sainsburys a month ago or so). The build quality is just about passable. I don't do anything on the laptop to really tax the cpu. The laptop may shine if I changed the HDD and stuck in another 2GB, otherwise it just seems like a run of the mill machine, nothing impressive about it. Fortunately I had £50 worth of Nectar points so I got it for £249. I suppose I can't complain about it for that money, but somehow I still feel like moaning about it lol.

How to upgrade the ram >

http://forums.crucial.com/t5/Standard-DRAM-Memory/Memory-upgrade-for-an-emachines-E732/td-p/36308

If you're not comfortable taking a laptop apart and you do need to upgrade the ram, then I suggest look elsewhere. Most novices mess up taking laptops apart as they don't properly organise the screws, then get in a mess when putting the laptop back together. This isn't too bad though.



Edited By: fishmaster on Apr 25, 2011 08:40
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fishmaster
Pablo147
one review said it was hard to upgrade the memory.
Can anyone confirm?


I'm using the e732 to write this post. There aren't any accessible ram slots on the underneath of the unit, which means you'll have to take the unit apart to access the ram. It's a cheap laptop largely let down by the slow 250GB HDD (I got the 250GB model from Sainsburys a month ago or so). The build quality is just about passable. I don't do anything on the laptop to really tax the cpu. The laptop may shine if I changed the HDD and stuck in another 2GB, otherwise it just seems like a run of the mill machine, nothing impressive about it. Fortunately I had £50 worth of Nectar points so I got it for £249. I suppose I can't complain about it for that money, but somehow I still feel like moaning about it lol.

How to upgrade the ram >

http://forums.crucial.com/t5/Standard-DRAM-Memory/Memory-upgrade-for-an-emachines-E732/td-p/36308


If you're not comfortable taking a laptop apart and you do need to upgrade the ram, then I suggest look elsewhere. Most novices mess up taking laptops apart as they don't properly organise the screws, then get in a mess when putting the laptop back together. This isn't too bad though.




thank you

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