Sony Vaio E Series 15 Laptop Plus Free Blu-ray Writer Upgrade Intel i5/320Gb HD/3Gb RAM/ATI HD5450 Graphics- £579 @ Sony UK - HotUKDeals
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Possible £550 inc Cashback

It's back. Originally posted by Showboat. Free Blu-ray WRITER upgrade. Plus quidco cashback too. Quite a good deal for an Intel i5 cpu. This deal got quite hot the last time this blu-ray upgrade was available...


Processor: Intel Core i5-480M (2.66GHz)
Screen: 15.5"/39.4 cm LCD
Hard Drive: 320GB SATA (5400 rpm)
Optical Drive: Blu-ray Disc Writer
Screen Resolution: 1920x1080
Graphics: ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5470 512MB
Wireless LAN
Gigabit Ethernet
HDMI Output

Colour: White/Silver
Genuine Windows 7 Home Premium
English (QWERTY) Keyboard

Battery life up to 3 hours

5% Quidco available bringing the total down to £550.05
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Exactly the same deal as I posted last month.

Must have been popular for Sony to bring it back.
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Guys stay away from of the wost customer services in the world .We rolled the S series VPC12V9E laptops across our business and bloddu hell had a night mare after 3 laptops ended up faulty withink 3 months.

We have written to Sony UK executives and never got any response.their call centre is based in Egypt and their tech teams is based else where !!

But if you still want to go get you sony njoy the aftermath nightmare s !!!!
Waiting for the Sandy Bridge models...wish they'd hurry up and get them out!
Waiting for the Sandy Bridge models...wish they'd hurry up and get them out!

Yes, they will be good, but also a premium will have to paid for this. I got this because it has a very good cost performance associated with it. It also comes with a 2 yr manufacturer's warranty.

gcalpacket - all PCs have problems from time to time, at least the 2yr warranty is better than most. If the unit is going to breakdown it will within that time period.
Do they have internatinal warranty, so Supose I buy from here and go to usa? As Im going uni there?

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