Fujitsu Siemens Amilo Pi 3625 Laptop BEFORE Quidco 2% plus £10 off with voucher - Net Coat £431 @ Laptops Direct? - HotUKDeals
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A large, comfortable desktop replacement...and as such, its ideal for working with multiple documents, speadsheets or simply watching films. - What laptop, February 2009

The new Amilo Pi range from Fujitsu Siemens is now available, and its better than ever before!

Part of the brand new Fujitsu Siemens range, the Amilo Pi 3625 combines style and power with its unique design and impressive specs.

The 17 inch widescreen display with BrilliantView technology, provides impressive detail thatll give you an amazing viewing experience. Whats more, you can put this display to good use with the integrated DVD re-writer, by watching all your favourite movies.

The Intel Core 2 Duo processor alongside 4GB RAM allows for hassle free smooth-running of programmes.

The Amilo Pi 3625 has storage sorted too, as the 320GB Hard Drive gives you plenty of room for all your music, movies and photos with loads of room for all your important files on top.

So get yours today as we expect the latest versions of the ever popular Amilo range to sell as quickly as its earlier counterparts.

Specification Overview:

* Processor - Intel Core 2 Duo T5800 2 GHz Dual-Core
* RAM - 4 GB (installed) 4 GB (max) - DDR2 SDRAM
* Hard Drive - 320 GB
* Operating System - Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium
* Screen - 17 in TFT active matrix
* Optical Drive - Blu-Ray Drive/DVD Super multi
* Bluetooth - Yes
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Good spec, can't find anything about the graphics card though
Can't be too much help on the graphics card but I did find this little snippet from Techradar:

...."It is a real shame it doesn't feature a dedicated GPU"....
you can read the rest of the review here if you are interested :)

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