Fujitsu Siemens Amilo Pa Laptop - LKN:GBR-102120-004
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Fujitsu Siemens Amilo Pa Laptop - LKN:GBR-102120-004

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Found 1st Dec 2006
This is a great laptop at a great price. Compare to the prices you pay for something half the specification of this laptop. A Dual Core processor, Good memory size and HDD Space. Read the description below:-


Featuring a powerful 1.86GHz AMD Turion processor, this laptop also contains a huge 2GB memory allowing floorless computing even during the most intensive of tasks. A large 120GB hard drive provides ample storage for all your digital media, while the 15.4 inch widescreen display with Crystal View technology combined with ATI graphics makes for superb visual performance. Integrated wireless technology combined with the pre installed version of Windows XP Home makes for quick connection or networks and broadband internet, at home or on the move.

Processor: AMD Turion X2 TL-56 - 1.86GHz, up to 1.6GHz FSB, 2x512KB L2 Cache
RAM: 2048MB DDR2-667MHz
Hard Drive: 120GB Serial ATA 5400rpm
Screen: 15.4" Widescreen TFT with Crystal View Technology
Optical Drive: DVD±RW
Graphics: ATI Radeon X1100 256MB
Wireless LAN: 802.11b/g
Warranty: 1 Year - Upgradeable to 3 Years!
Operating System: Windows XP Home Edition - ½ Price Upgrade To Windows Vista

Delivery: Free or Free with Accessory Purchase (for e.g. Laptop bag or Surge protection).

Same laptop, Still with Windows XP HE.. But alot cheaper than before.
- zabbyh

5 Comments

Off topic: Ah ha, it would appear that the PCNextDay laptops use a Fujitsu Siemens chassis. That's cool

Welcome to HotUKDeals zabbyh and Thanks for the post

MBeeching

Off topic: Ah ha, it would appear that the PCNextDay laptops use a … Off topic: Ah ha, it would appear that the PCNextDay laptops use a Fujitsu Siemens chassis. That's cool

That's useful to know Thanks!

Nice spec..shame the vista upgrade in not FREE.

MBeeching

Off topic: Ah ha, it would appear that the PCNextDay laptops use a … Off topic: Ah ha, it would appear that the PCNextDay laptops use a Fujitsu Siemens chassis. That's cool



Thats what i suspected when you emailed me the PDF. :thumbsup:
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