PACKARD BELL EasyNote 15.6 inch Blu-ray / 4GB RAM / Windows 7 / Pentium Dual Core 2.2GHz - end of stock?! @ PCWorld - HotUKDeals
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First post - go easy !

Have been looking for a cheap Windows 7 Blu-ray laptop, and can't seem to do much better than this....

Seems a blinding spec for the price - and a little better put together than the Acers from the same lot !

Stock is limited for collection - but I've phoned my local and double checked that the laptop DOES INDEED HAVE WINDOWS 7 (note ambiguity in the link)
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#1
Sorry not a good deal. Why not - for that price I would want a dedicated graphics card. That is a pretty expensive item so it is often not included in seemingly good value laptops.
#2
Maybe worth going for home delivery with Currys as it's the same price but there's a valid 5% voucher at the mo. Just a thought...:)
#3
Davidben83
Sorry not a good deal. Why not - for that price I would want a dedicated graphics card. That is a pretty expensive item so it is often not included in seemingly good value laptops.


TRUE THAT ! On board graphics are a downside, but for Blu-ray laptops, can anyone top this price?!
#4
r u sure it is a bluray optical disk drive???
#5
Jaylee1980
r u sure it is a bluray optical disk drive???


"PACKARD BELL EasyNote TJ65-AU-052
Intel® Pentium® Dual Core T4400 (2.2 GHz), 4069 MB, Hard drive: 320 Gb, DVD-RW DL rewriter and Blu-ray player, Black shell, 15.6 Widescreen"

seems to be !
#6
Manufacturers specs state it as Supermulti Sata 12.7mm - doesn't sound like a blu-ray drive to me :?
#7
Bookie
Manufacturers specs state it as Supermulti Sata 12.7mm - doesn't sound like a blu-ray drive to me :?



Great spot ! A "blu-ray laptop" without a BRD...

You saved me the journey mate - cheers.
#8
even on the site says "Optical disk drive DVD Rewriter" so doubtful.

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