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Acer Aspire 7720G / Core 2 Duo T7700 2.4GHz / 3GB / 250GB / 17" WUXGA / DVD-SM / Vista Home Premium / Laptop / Notebook
Acer Aspire 7720G / Core 2 Duo T7700 2.4GHz / 3GB / 250GB / 17" WUXGA / DVD-SM / Vista Home Premium / Laptop / Notebook

Acer Aspire 7720G / Core 2 Duo T7700 2.4GHz / 3GB / 250GB / 17" WUXGA / DVD-SM / Vista Home Premium / Laptop / Notebook

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Specifications



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Processor:Intel Core 2 Duo T7700 2.4GHz processor
Memory:3GB
HD Capacity:250GB
Display:17" WUXGA
Graphics Card:NVIDIA GeForce 8600M GT 512MB
Operating System:Vista Home Premium
Optical Drive:HD-DVD
Networking: Gigabit LAN,Wireless N WiFi, Bluetooth
Features: 5-in-1 Card readers, Firewire, 0.3Mp CrystalEye Webcam
Description



The new Aspire 7720 is based on Acer's new innovative Gemstone design which breaks away from tradition and looks beyond mere benefits and technological advances. Designed for demanding multimedia users it is using the powerful Intel Core 2 Duo processor and comes packed with all the latest advances in technology which make the Aspire 7720 a clear representation of Acer's design awareness without compromizing on performance.

5 Comments

Should point out this has 4mb cache, which is in between the premium 6mb cache models and the budget 2mb cache model CPUs... I expect however Dell Vostro 1700 deal could beat this but that WUXGA 1920X1200 display at this price is nice.

I just hope people understand this is a portable desktop system really spec and size wise and not a mobile laptop as such.

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it was the 512mb gfx card that got me. dell wont beat that.

Voted cold as I don't see the point of HD on a 17" screen.

Could build a nice quad sff desktop with HD/Blu ray for less.

schizoboy;2379053

Should point out this has 4mb cache, which is in between the premium 6mb … Should point out this has 4mb cache, which is in between the premium 6mb cache models and the budget 2mb cache model CPUs.


This is an older 65nm Core 2 Duo CPU which came with either 2 or 4MB cache. The newer 45mn Core 2 Duos have either 3 or 6MB.
I’d go for a 45nm 3MB over a 65nm 4MB as the newer chips are a bit better all round but not a dramatic improved except for the rarely used SSE4 instructions.

Wow this deal is COLD like the North Pole!!
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