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AcerAspire Z5610 Intel® Quad-Core Q8200 Processor, 23" Full HD Touch-Screen, Windows 7, 4GB RAM, 1000GB HDD, Blu-Ray, Dedicated Graphics, Includes Wireless Keyboard + Mouse - was £999.97 now £609.95 @ Save On Laptops
AcerAspire Z5610 Intel® Quad-Core Q8200 Processor, 23" Full HD Touch-Screen, Windows 7, 4GB RAM, 1000GB HDD, Blu-Ray, Dedicated Graphics, Includes Wireless Keyboard + Mouse - was £999.97 now £609.95 @ Save On Laptops

AcerAspire Z5610 Intel® Quad-Core Q8200 Processor, 23" Full HD Touch-Screen, Windows 7, 4GB RAM, 1000GB HDD, Blu-Ray, Dedicated Graphics, Includes Wireless Keyboard + Mouse - was £999.97 now £609.95 @ Save On Laptops

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The best deal at the moment for Touch screen - All In One PC, solid designer aluminium case (Apple lookalike), great for general use and home multimedia/cinema center also suitable for light gaming.

Processor Intel® Core™2 Quad (Q8200, 2.33GHz, 1333MHz FSB, 4MB Cache) 3268 PassMark score (between first gen intel core i5 and i7)

Screen 23" (Acer Multi-Touch, Full HD 1920x1080 resolution, High Brightness)

Operating System Windows 7 Home Premium Edition

RAM 4GB (DDR3 1066MHZ)

Hard Drive 1000GB

Optical Drive Blu-Ray (Blu-Ray HD Play back + DVD-RW & CD-RW)

Graphics Dedicated (NVIDIA® GeForce® G210M with 512MB DDR Dedicated Memory)

Wireless LAN Wireless (WIFI LINK A,B,G,N Includes MIMO)

Network Card 10/100/1000 Gigabit Fast Ethernet

Integrated Webcam Integrated Webcam

Integrated TV Tuner Digital TV Tuner with Remote Control

Card Reader 5-in-1 card reader (SD/MS/MS-Pro/MMC/SDHC/)

USB Ports 6x USB 2.0 Ports

Speakers High Definition Audio Support with Integrated Stereo Speakers

infrared Fast infrared (FIR) port

E-sata 1x eSATA Port

Warranty 12 Months Acer Collect & Return Warranty - Z56xx Series

24 Comments

Original Poster

http://www.ubergizmo.com/photos/2009/9/acer_z5610_468.jpg
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Edited by: "crosswski" 2nd May 2011

wow

This or the Lenovo

decisions decisions.......

Original Poster

discobob

This or the Lenovodecisions decisions.......



...this lenovo is not bad but without touchscreen and not as good spec if you really want to go for lenovo i recommend this:
amazon.co.uk/dp/…UXA
Edited by: "crosswski" 2nd May 2011

Very old processor. Would recommend paying a bit more for newer technology, it'll last much longer and be better value in the long run

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tickedon

Very old processor. Would recommend paying a bit more for newer … Very old processor. Would recommend paying a bit more for newer technology, it'll last much longer and be better value in the long run



...still very powerfull 3268 PassMark score
cpubenchmark.net/hig…tml

website Says £699.97
Edited by: "jonny619447" 2nd May 2011

Original Poster

jonny619447

website Says £699.97



use code at checkout

crosswski

use code at checkout



Oooh, nice deal. voted hot.

Looking for a laptop personally but nice if your looking for desktop

tickedon

Very old processor. Would recommend paying a bit more for newer … Very old processor. Would recommend paying a bit more for newer technology, it'll last much longer and be better value in the long run



How will it 'last longer'? It already outperforms the 1st gen i3.

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ElGato

How will it 'last longer'? It already outperforms the 1st gen i3.



...and some i5's

Am I the only one who thinks that thing is fugly? Looks more suited to being a kitchen appliance than a computer.

mamboboy

Am I the only one who thinks that thing is fugly? Looks more suited to … Am I the only one who thinks that thing is fugly? Looks more suited to being a kitchen appliance than a computer.


not only one thinking that

mamboboy

Am I the only one who thinks that thing is fugly? Looks more suited to … Am I the only one who thinks that thing is fugly? Looks more suited to being a kitchen appliance than a computer.



Very nice me thinks. I love the touchscreen on my HP but HP being 'funny' only have 64-bit drivers (it has horrid Vista 64) and do not offer 32-bit on their site. As most internal parts show as HP this or HP that (including Speccy and an inspection inside) there is no way to find 32-bit drivers elsewhere. Even the video card is modified so NVidea drivers direct from them will not work either (tried). My only gripe here is it is made by Acer. I am still in the process of going to the small claims court as their warranty policy seems if it breaks, tough - we'll offer peanuts as we can't be bothered to repair it (as what happened with my Acer laptop).

What's the benefit of touchscreen - wouldn't your arm get tired keeping it in the air? Does it just replace a mouse?

Looks like a dog's breakfast.

So because its made of aluminium, its automatically an Apple lookalike? xD

Its fugly as hell, but they are ok specs for the price, a lot better than the other lenovo posted earlier.

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Wicked666

What's the benefit of touchscreen - wouldn't your arm get tired keeping … What's the benefit of touchscreen - wouldn't your arm get tired keeping it in the air? Does it just replace a mouse?


youtube.com/wat…Gcc
or
youtube.com/wat…eFU
or
youtube.com/wat…ted

striker33

So because its made of aluminium, its automatically an Apple lookalike? … So because its made of aluminium, its automatically an Apple lookalike? xDIts fugly as hell, but they are ok specs for the price, a lot better than the other lenovo posted earlier.




...I'm not saying is beautiful and identical to imac but definitely you can tell design is inspired by imac, but if I had to chose I'would rather go for this then chunky PC
Edited by: "crosswski" 2nd May 2011

Touch screen on home computers is ultimately always going to be a gimmick. The only thing that can improve on the speed of mice is some augmentation where you can control desktops with your mind.
Sure, it sounds good and looks cool but after a while I can guarantee you'll get fed up of cleaning the screen and the feature won't ever be used.


Edited by: "mamboboy" 2nd May 2011

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mamboboy

Touch screen on home computers is ultimately always going to be a … Touch screen on home computers is ultimately always going to be a gimmick. The only thing that can improve on the speed of mice is some augmentation where you can control desktops with your mind.Sure, it sounds good and looks cool but after a while I can guarantee you'll get fed up of cleaning the screen and the feature won't ever be used.



I'm using my samsung galaxy a lot and I caught myself once trying to press my laptop screen, just automatic reaction. I'm pretty sure once you start using touch screen you never going to stop. Secondly many people may want use AllInOne for example in a living room or hang it on the wall somewhere without keyboard or mouse.

i admit to being an apple fanboy and Steve Jobs has already said touchscreens are a waste of time if vertical and 2 of the 3 you tube links prove this - the games are played with it horizontal akin to an iPad.

So not really much of a benefit and means you get fingerprints on the screen too

THESE ARE 500POUND IN CURRYS OR PCWORLD X)

Original Poster

promo ended - deal expired

how is everything with bit more style/quality apple lookalike ?
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