Grade A1 - eMachine E150 Laptop - £235.97 @ Acer Direct
Grade A1 - eMachine E150 Laptop - £235.97 @ Acer Direct

Grade A1 - eMachine E150 Laptop - £235.97 @ Acer Direct

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looking to update my aging lappy im laptop novice but from looking this seems a good deal im looking for something around £250-300 iwas looking at the medion deal wondering which is better really only used for internet,word,photos ect.not games,media.

The brand new Acer eMachine E510 is a brilliant offering at a fantastic price and has just landed with us at Laptops Direct.

It`s the ideal buy for surfing the internet and using simple applications such as word and excel. The massive 160GB hard drive offers loads of space to store your favourite movies and media content, whilst 2GB Ram will ensure everything runs smoothly.

Built in wireless means you can access an increasing number of hotspots and have access to all of the info you need via the internet.

Processor (CPU): Celeron dual core T1400 (1.73Ghz)
Memory (RAM): 2GB
Hard Drive: 160GB
Optical Drive: DVD SuperMulti
Display: 15.4" Widescreen WXGA
Graphics: Intel GMA X3100
Communication: 802.11b/g Wireless LAN
Battery: 6 Cell
Operating System: Windows Vista Home Premium
Warranty: 1 Year


Yep, very good deal, certainly worth the money

add £10 for delivery

Plus £9.95 delivery or £14.95 delivery for next day.

ticks all the boxes for the price - cant fault it voted hot


£300 buys … £300 buys this:http://www.telephonesonline.co.uk/details.asp?prodID=2446&title=I've had 2 of these so far for family, they're great.

£300 buys a lot of things that £235 doesn't, that is why it is called £300 and not £235 :x

Also don't know if I would buy a laptop from a company that set up to sell telephones and in their product description call a Laptop a Desktop :whistling:

As for the original deal, seems ok to me :thumbs:


add £10 for delivery

They also offer 'Free one week delivery for orders containing a laptop and accessory', and have cables or laptop locks for around a fiver, so at worst you can cut that delivery charge in half (and get a free lock/cable). Preferably, obviously, find an accessory you actually need and negate the delivery charge entirely.
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