Sony VAIO EB1E0E 15.5 inch notebook (Core i3-330M 2.13GHz, 3Gb, 320Gb, DVDRW, Webcam, Win 7 Home Premium 64bit (Matte White)) £529.95 @ John Lewis - HotUKDeals
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Cheaper at Amazon £495.63 but thishas a 2 year warranty

Product Features

* Power up and surf the Internet in seconds with o
* High contrast 16:9 VAIO Display for sharp and br
* Easy to carry and use with a full size numeric k
* Transfer data quickly and conveniently with e-SA
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* Effortless everyday computing with VAIO Display and 320 Gb hard drive
* Power up and surf the Internet in seconds with one touch WEB button
* High contrast 16:9 VAIO Display for sharp and bright multimedia entertainment
* Easy to carry and use with a full size numeric keypad in a compact design
* Transfer data quickly and conveniently with e-SATA or four USB connections

Technical Details

Operating System: Genuine Windows 7 Home Premium (64bit)
Microsoft Windows Service Pack: ---
Chipset: Intel HM55 Express Chipset
Processor Name: Intel Core i3-330M Processor
Processor Speed (GHz): 2.13
L2/L3 Cache (MB): 3
Number of Cores: 2
Cover Colour: Matte White
Memory Size (GB): 3
Memory Specification: PC3-8500
Memory Type: DDR3 SDRAM
Memory Speed (MHz): 1066
Max. Supported Memory (GB): 8 (a portion of the system memory over 3 Gb may not be available to the 32bit operating system)
Hard Drive Type: Serial ATA
Hard Drive Capacity (GB): 320
Hard Drive Speed (rpm): 5400
Optical Drive Type: DVD+-RW/+-R DL/RAM
Screen Type: VAIO Display
Diagonal Size (cm): 39.4
Diagonal Size (in): 15.5
Resolution: 1366 x 768
Aspect ratio: 16:9
Max Resolution External Display: 2048 x 1536
Graphics Card Name: Intel HD Graphics
Video RAM memory (MB): N/A
Total Graphics Memory: 1275 Mb (Total Available Graphics Memory refers to the Windows classification of graphics memory, which varies depending on the operating condition, version of device driver and system memory size)
Interfaces: 3 x USB 2.0, Memory Stick Slot (PRO-HG (Duo Only) / MagicGate (MGR)), Microphone Jack, Headphone Jack, SD Card Slot, HDMI Output, VGA, e-SATA/USB, Express Card Slot 34 mm, Ethernet (RJ-45)
Ethernet Type: 10/100/1000Base-T (Gigabit)
Wireless LAN: Yes
Wireless LAN Type: 802.11 b/g/n
Wireless LAN Max. Date Rate (Mbps): 150 Mbps (RX)/150 Mbps (TX)
Built-in WWAN: No
Bluetooth: No
GPS Function: N/A
Security Chip: N/A
Fingerprint Sensor: N/A
HDD Shock Protection: N/A
Built-in Speakers: Stereo
Built-in Microphone: Yes - Stereo
Dolby Codec: Dolby Home Theater v3
Built-in Camera: MOTION EYE
Effective Pixels: 640 x 480
Image Sensor (megapixels): 0.3
Keyboard Stroke (mm): 2
Key Pitch (mm): 19.05
Numeric Keypad: Yes
Touch Pad: Multi Touch
Instant On: Quick Web Access
Special Buttons: WEB Button, VAIO, Assist
Auto Luminance Control: No
Kensington Lock: Yes
Software (Solution Portal): VAIO Gate
Software (Audio): MusicStation
Software (Photo/Video): PMB VAIO Edition (VAIO Creation features)
Software (Multimedia): Media Gallery
Software (Home Network): VAIO Media Plus
Software (Support): VAIO Care
Software (Utilities): VAIO Transfer Support, VAIO Update, VAIO Smart network, Google Chrome Browser, Microsoft Internet Explorer 8, Windows Live Essentials Suite
Software (Office Application): Adobe Reader 9, Microsoft Office Home & Student (60 days Try & Buy)
Software (Security & Other): McAfee (60 days free virus update), Norton Online BackUp Trial
Dimensions (WxDxH): 369.8 x 248.2 x 31.1 mm
Weight: 2.7 Kg
Battery Type: Li-Ion (VGP-BPS22)
Power: 39 Wh (11.1 V/3500 mAh)
Number of cells: 6
Weight: 330 g
Battery Life time (minutes): 275
Battery Charge time (minutes): 210
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But this is cheaper.
But this is cheaper.

and overpriced for the config. oh it's a sony, that's ok that you are being ripped off :thumbsup:
Really? Most 4-500 quid laptops at the moment seem to be using really old Dual Core processors . I can't believe the core2duo hasn't filtered down to the budget ranges yet.

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