ACER Aspire 5740G-334G32Mn for £499.99 @ dixons
ACER Aspire 5740G-334G32Mn for £499.99 @ dixons

ACER Aspire 5740G-334G32Mn for £499.99 @ dixons

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Ummm first time doing this, but I thought this laptop was very cheap for its price and its the lowest price I can find online, Cant find any laptop with equivalent specs for this price and thats including free delivery.

Processor Intel® Core® i3-330M Processor
- 2.13 GHz
- 3 MB L3 cache
Operating System Genuine Windows® 7 Home Premium
Graphics card ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5470
Screen type TFT wide screen
Screen resolution 1366 x 768 pixels
Screen size 15.6"
Hard drive 320GB
Optical disk drive DVD-Super Multi DL drive
Memory card reader 5 in 1 card reader
USB 4 USB 2.0 ports
FireWire No
Modem/Ethernet Ethernet RJ-45 port
Wi-Fi Acer Nplify 802.11b/g/n
Bluetooth No
Video interface HDMi socket ¦ VGA output
Audio interface 1 x microphone port
1 x headphone port
TV output HDMi socket ¦ VGA output
Sound Dolby®-optimized surround sound system with two built-in stereo speakers
Optimized 3rd Generation Dolby Home Theater®7 audio enhancement, featuring Dolby® Digital Live, Dolby® Pro Logic® IIx, Dolby® Headphone, Dolby® Natural Bass, Dolby® Sound Space Expander, Dolby® Audio Optimization, Dolby® High Frequency Enhancer technologies
True5.1-channel surround sound output
High-definition audio support
S/PDIF (Sony/Philips Digital Interface) support for digital speakers
MS-Sound compatible
Keyboard & Mouse 103-/104-/107-key keyboard, with inverted "T" cursor layout, 1.8 mm (minimum) key travel
Multi-gesture touchpad pointing device, supporting:
Circular-motion scrolling
Pinch-action zoom
Page flip
11 function keys, four cursor keys, two Windows® keys, hotkey controls, independent standard numeric keypad, international language support
Programmable key
Easy-launch keys: Acer Backup, WLAN, Bluetooth®*, volume up/down, touchpad lock*(depending on model) * Media keys (printed on keyboard): play/pause, stop, previous, next
Battery ACPI 3.0 CPU power management standard: supports Standby and Hibernation power-saving modes
48.8 W 4400 mAh 6-cell Li-ion battery pack:
4-hour battery life:
2.5-hour rapid charge system-off
3.5-hour charge-in-use
Accessories included Mains adapter, battery and user guide
Software included Acer Crystal Eye
Acer eRecovery Management
Acer GridVista
Acer Launch Manager
Adobe® Flash® Player
Adobe® Reader®
Google Toolbar
McAfee® Internet Security Suite 2009 Trial
Microsoft® Works with Office Home and Student 2007 Trial
Norton Online Backup
NTI Media Maker
Size 383 x 250 x 26/37 mm (W x D x H)
Weight 2.8 kg


Original Poster

If you vote cold can you please tell me why, because I have ordered one for myself

Microsoft Windows makes it stone cold.

Not a bad deal but I'd say a couple of things...

Last year I bought a 16" lappy that does 1369 x 768 (a Medion from Aldi that cost £399). I use it almost 100% at home for gaming. For me, battery life and weight just aren't that important.

With the benefit of hindsight, I wish now that I'd bought one with a 17" screen and a better graphics card. I have my eye on a Dell Studio 17. For £599 you can get a 17" screen, and i3-330M, a 320 GB fast HDD (or a 500 GB slower HDD) and, most importantly, an ATI 5650 graphics card (see link)....


I only offer this up because right now, it strikes me that there is very little by way of true price difference between 15.6" & 17.3" laptops. If portability isn't a priority for you, you might want to spend and extra £100 and get something bigger and much faster.

I think if £500 is your budget, this is probably the best you can do if moderate gaming + decent amount of mobility are important to you.

Edit: And as for Microsoft Windows making it cold, most laptops come with an Ms OS.

This particular Dell 1564 is worse not better! It has no dedicated graphics card whereas the Acer has a dedicated ATI 5470. If you add on the cost of the graphics card to the Dell, it comes out at £528 (see link below) and that higher than the OP's price at Currys.


Adding to what I said earlier, it strikes me that the Dell Studio 17's are better specified that the Studio 15's and don't cost a whole lot more.

Original Poster

I dont get how this is a cold deal, its better then anything out there for £500


I dont get how this is a cold deal, its better then anything out there … I dont get how this is a cold deal, its better then anything out there for £500

I find it very hard to please people with laptops/PC's on HUKD...

It needs to be a WOW look at that price! and then they tend to go pretty quickly...

It is a good deal, but it's only about £20-30 cheaper then anything out there and then some people will say "oh it's acer it's crap, the hinges will break blah blah blah" then someone will come in saynig Acer are the best brand ever! I am working on a 17 year old one which still features parralell ports and has a floppy disk drive! oooo ahhhh

sorry i am rambling now... moral is... if it isnt about £50+ lower then the market price... it wont be that hot.

Hope it help.

Dont be put off though, it is a good deal

Agreed, best you can get for 500! As you say is 30 quid cheaper than anywhere else! thanks for the post!
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