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Fujitsu Siemens Amilo L732GW Laptop £399

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9y, 11m agoFound 9 years, 11 months ago
Fulfil all your digital needs with this super smart, sleek Amilo L732GW Laptop from Fujitsu. Ideal for students, your home office and professionals on the go, it boasts a large 15.4" TFT widescreen with CrystalView, so it's fantastic for watching DVDs and gaming. The built-in wireless connectivity means you can go on line whenever and wherever you are, be it at home or abroad. Other features include a battery-friendly Intel Celeron M Processor and a whopping 80Gb hard drive.


Intel Celeron Processor M390
Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition
15.4" Widescreen TFT with CrystalView (Resolution: 1280 x 800)
Huge 1024Mb of memory (2 x 512MB) DDR2
80GB PATA hard drive 4200rpm
Up to 64Mb shared video memory
Built-in speaker
3 x USB Ports (2.0)
Multi-format DVD writer for recording onto DVDs and CDs
Integrated Wireless LAN (802.11 b/g)
Li-ion battery, 3 cells, 11V (approx 1hr 30mins battery runtime depending on usage)
Size: 36cm (w) x 27cm (d) x 4cm (h) 2.8kg
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9y, 11m agoFound 9 years, 11 months ago

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Thanks for the post seandon2000, Welcome to the forums! :-D
I have this exact laptop - whilst I agree the screen is superb the mouse buttons are rubbish - really 'clicky' and they sink after a few days and the silver paint wears off after a month or so. Also whatever they tell you about the battery is a lie! I have this battery and it lasts less than an hour browsing the net on wifi, nothing intensive. For the price there are probably better laptops, unless you really need the clarity of the screen.

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