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Samsung R620 16in Blu-Ray Laptop £499.99 @ Argos

£499.99 @ Argos
CPU and Memory: Intel Core 2 Duo dual core T6500. 2.1GHz processor speed. 2MB cache. 3GB memory. 320GB hard drive. Display features:16in widescreen display. Resolution 1366 x 768 pixels.…
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[mod] 6y, 7m agoFound 6 years, 7 months ago
CPU and Memory:
Intel Core 2 Duo dual core T6500.
2.1GHz processor speed.
2MB cache.
3GB memory.
320GB hard drive.
Display features:16in widescreen display.
Resolution 1366 x 768 pixels.
DVD optical drives:Blu-ray.
DVD+RW/DVD-RW(read/write).
Dual layer.
Graphics:Dedicated ATI Radeon HD 4330 graphics card with 512MB memory.




Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium.
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#1
Shame about the graphics card, cold!
#2
Got the R610.

Blu-Ray reading is useful, but its much better if you can find it with the full HD, 1920x1080 screen.

Attracts fingerprints like a ******
#3
WINDOWS VISTA alert.
#4
T6500 is a good COOKER. :-)
#5
aaronc
WINDOWS VISTA alert.

Agreed, if Vista then avoid like the plague.
Wouldn't touch with bargepole if it's only got Vista.
#6
aaronc
WINDOWS VISTA alert.


Thanks, might get it. Prefer Vista.
Tho agree the gfx card is a bit meagre for the price.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Neu1DfKugbE&feature=fvw
Saying that, this looks ok.
#7
http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/5071254.htm

No blu(e) ray but big screen. Any better on the gfx card? Odd resolution.
#8
Think this one is too expensive. Hardware is way old for this price.

The one with big screen has terrible resolution for screen size. Graphic card is good though.
#9
cheeky mike left vista out of the topic, i will add it and vote lukewarm.
#10
All this hatred towards Vista. With the latest version and a decent set up it is a nice OS.
Will wait a while before changing to 7, too many kinks to unkink as with any new.
#11
Voted cold :]
#12
Any links available to the £500 laptop with a better graphics card and Windows 7 and a Blu-Ray player? :)
#13
Wolf

Seriously, you ought to give Windows 7 a shot. It really is much much better than Vista. I struggled with Vista on my laptop for about a year before upgrading to 7 and performance is much better on the newer OS. In my opinion, Windows 7 is Microsoft unkinking the kinks in Vista.

Regarding the item; Vista and low res' screen make this a no go for me.
#14
Windows 7 has kinks? I managed to skip the pile of excrement that is Vista completely (had XP for 8 years!), and Windows 7 is pure brilliance!
#15
How about this one as an cheaper alternative from argos-clearance:

MSI CR610 BLU-RAY 16IN LAPTOP REFURB
AMD Turion 2 ultra dual core M300 processor.
2.00GHz processor speed.
4GB DDR2 RAM.
16in screen size.
Resolution 1366 x 768 pixels.
500GB SATA hard drive.
Multi format dual layer with Blu-ray.
ATI Radeon HD 4200 graphics.
256MB graphics memory.
Multi card reader.
3 USB ports.
e-SATA port.
Bluetooth.
HDMI.
1.3MP webcam.
802.11 b/g/n wireless enabled.
Windows 7 Premium operating system installed.
hours battery life.
Weight 2.5kg.

- £349.99!
#16
forsh07
Wolf

Seriously, you ought to give Windows 7 a shot. It really is much much better than Vista. I struggled with Vista on my laptop for about a year before upgrading to 7 and performance is much better on the newer OS. In my opinion, Windows 7 is Microsoft unkinking the kinks in Vista.

Regarding the item; Vista and low res' screen make this a no go for me.


I tried the trial and stuck with it but went back. I couldn't see an overall benefit. It had a nice look to it.
Vista has improved enough to keep it till the next PC. Had a blue screen a short while back, conflict of some kind, it had the same code that caused a total loss of a previous PC and Vista worked for about an hour in the background and recovered it. So on that basis how could i ditch it.
#17
super27
How about this one as an cheaper alternative from argos-clearance:MSI CR610 BLU-RAY 16IN LAPTOP REFURB AMD Turion 2 ultra dual core M300 processor.2.00GHz processor speed.4GB DDR2 RAM.16in screen size.Resolution 1366 x 768 pixels.500GB SATA hard drive.Multi format dual layer with Blu-ray.ATI Radeon HD 4200 graphics.256MB graphics memory.Multi card reader.3 USB ports.e-SATA port.Bluetooth.HDMI.1.3MP webcam.802.11 b/g/n wireless enabled.Windows 7 Premium operating system installed.hours battery life.Weight 2.5kg.- £349.99!

That's a good deal - slower Graphics and processor than this 'un - but lots of goodies for the price.
#18
Wolf
http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/5071254.htmNo blu(e) ray but big screen. Any better on the gfx card? Odd resolution.
CTPAHHIK
...The one with big screen has terrible resolution for screen size. Graphic card is good though.

Terrible resolution for the screen size? It's better than many! For instance 1368x768 on a 16" (or even 15") laptop is a lower pixel density than the 1680x945 18.4" Wolf linked too. It's not a brilliant deal though as Acer 8930g's were going for £450 with faster graphics and a blu-ray rom not long ago.

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