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Acer Aspire 6935G-644G32 at Comet for £633 delivered!!
Acer Aspire 6935G-644G32 at Comet for £633 delivered!!

Acer Aspire 6935G-644G32 at Comet for £633 delivered!!

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Have been looking for a new laptop and came accross this one at Comet.

Was originally £729.99 and now reduced to £699.99. If you add another item to take the total over £700, you can use code JUNE70 to get £70 off the final price.

I combined the laptop with some paper and got the total cost to £633.98. Not sure if there are any cheaper items you can use or if there are any better specced laptops for this price. (Please let me know if there is!!)



Screen size 16 inches
Processor Intel Core 2 Duo
Processor model number T6400
Processor speed 2.13 GHz
Processor bus 800 MHz
Processor cache 2
Memory (RAM) 4 GB
Storage (hard drive) 320 GB
Storage (hard drive) Type SATA
Operating system Windows Vista Home Premium
Dedicated graphics NVIDIA 9600M1 GB
Optical drive Plays & records CDs, DVDs and Blu-Ray DVDs
Plays Blu-ray DVDs Yes
Lightscribe technology No
S-Video output No
VGA output Yes
HDMI output Yes
Built-in wireless networking Yes
Wireless networking standard 802.11b/g/n
Wired networking Yes
Gigabit LAN Yes
Finger print reader Yes
USB 2.0 slots 4
Firewire No
Media card slots 6
Built-in bluetooth Yes
Built-in webcam Yes
Built-in TV Tuner No
Speakers Standard
Battery life Up to 2.3 hours
Laptop weight (kg) 3.5 kg

9 Comments

spent about £600 on an Acer from comet a couple of years ago. I would not spend so much money again - I found the lap top to have poor durability. I would only spend a few hundred quid on an Acer.

redjay1;5453419

spent about £600 on an Acer from comet a couple of years ago. I would not … spent about £600 on an Acer from comet a couple of years ago. I would not spend so much money again - I found the lap top to have poor durability. I would only spend a few hundred quid on an Acer.



Acers build quality is not the best. Though that is a tasty spec.

redjay1;5453419

spent about £600 on an Acer from comet a couple of years ago. I would not … spent about £600 on an Acer from comet a couple of years ago. I would not spend so much money again - I found the lap top to have poor durability. I would only spend a few hundred quid on an Acer.



Me too! :-(
EXACTLY what I did, expecting to use it as a desktop replacement.

Buy a cheap more basic laptop for when you really NEED one, and buy a better desktop to take the day to day "hammer," run faster, and better, looks fine with LCD monitors too! They as just SO much more reliable and easy to fix.

Dell got an offer on which expires today, free del, free colour upgrade plus that 10% oiff. I bought the following for £503 plus waiting on cashback which should get it down even further.

Similar to above no fingerprint reader though, option wasnt available on the studio laptops (which look real neat by the way) but got facial recognition software instead.

Regarding bluetooth, I got a cheap module from dx which works well, got enough usb ports anyway

Studio 1555 Order - UK

Base- Intel® Core™ 2 Duo Processor T6400 (2.0 GHz, 800 MHz FSB, 2 MB L2 Cache)
Memory- 4096MB 800MHz Dual Channel DDR2 SDRAM [2x2048]
Video Card- 512MB ATI Mobility RADEON HD 4570 (which I think has hdmi)
Hard Drive- 320GB (5.400rpm) SATA Hard Drive
Microsoft Operating System- Genuine Windows Vista® Home Premium SP1- English
Optical Devices- Fixed Internal DVD+/-RW Slot Load Drive including Software
Wireless Networking- Intel WiFi Link 5100 (802.11 a/b/g/n 1X2) 1/2 MiniCard
PalmRest- Palmrest Standard
Primary Battery- Primary 6-cell 56 WHr Lithium Ion battery
Camera- 2.0 Mega pixel Integrated Web Camera
Colour Choice- Ruby Red with Microsatin Finish
LCD- 15.6in Widescreen High Definition (1366x768) WLED with TrueLife
Biometric Identification- Facial recognition software

I normally wouldnt spend so much but in terms of reliability, Dell is up there, but you cant beat a good old Lenovo for strength!

sylar;5453597

Dell got an offer on which expires today, free del, free colour upgrade … Dell got an offer on which expires today, free del, free colour upgrade plus that 10% oiff. I bought the following for £503 plus waiting on cashback which should get it down even further.Similar to above no fingerprint reader though, option wasnt available on the studio laptops (which look real neat by the way) but got facial recognition software instead.Regarding bluetooth, I got a cheap module from dx which works well, got enough usb ports anyway Studio 1555 Order - UKBase- Intel® Core™ 2 Duo Processor T6400 (2.0 GHz, 800 MHz FSB, 2 MB L2 Cache)Memory- 4096MB 800MHz Dual Channel DDR2 SDRAM [2x2048]Video Card- 512MB ATI Mobility RADEON HD 4570 (which I think has hdmi)Hard Drive- 320GB (5.400rpm) SATA Hard DriveMicrosoft Operating System- Genuine Windows Vista® Home Premium SP1- EnglishOptical Devices- Fixed Internal DVD+/-RW Slot Load Drive including SoftwareWireless Networking- Intel WiFi Link 5100 (802.11 a/b/g/n 1X2) 1/2 MiniCardPalmRest- Palmrest StandardPrimary Battery- Primary 6-cell 56 WHr Lithium Ion batteryCamera- 2.0 Mega pixel Integrated Web CameraColour Choice- Ruby Red with Microsatin FinishLCD- 15.6in Widescreen High Definition (1366x768) WLED with TrueLifeBiometric Identification- Facial recognition softwareI normally wouldnt spend so much but in terms of reliability, Dell is up there, but you cant beat a good old Lenovo for strength!




Shame there is no blu-ray.

Original Poster

I've had an Acer laptop for the last 2 and a half years and apart from the screen failing within the first few weeks of ownership (and getting it replaced) I've had no problems at all. Which is why I'm currently looking at this model.

If you dont take the build quality into consideration, is there any other laptop out there with this spec for a cheaper price?

The Dell looks good, but is lacking on a bluray drive and also a full HD screen.

iand68;5454011

I've had an Acer laptop for the last 2 and a half years and apart from … I've had an Acer laptop for the last 2 and a half years and apart from the screen failing within the first few weeks of ownership (and getting it replaced) I've had no problems at all. Which is why I'm currently looking at this model.If you dont take the build quality into consideration, is there any other laptop out there with this spec for a cheaper price? The Dell looks good, but is lacking on a bluray drive and also a full HD screen.



I'm waiting another 3-6 months, so blu-ray is established as the DVD replacement in laptops then I will get one.:thumbsup:

Adam2050;5454001

Shame there is no blu-ray.



Yes I know. It was like almost 200 for that, sod that.

this deal was better hotukdeals.com/ite…du/ but the save50 voucher no longer works, you can use the june50 voucher instead. external blu ray drives cost only £60.
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