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HP Pavillion- P7350, 4GB, 9600M GT (512MB), Blu-Ray and 250GB HDD @dabs
HP Pavillion- P7350, 4GB, 9600M GT (512MB), Blu-Ray and 250GB HDD @dabs

HP Pavillion- P7350, 4GB, 9600M GT (512MB), Blu-Ray and 250GB HDD @dabs

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Looks like an extremely good deal for this price- not only Blu-Ray and the latest Core 2 Duo processor, but the 9600m GT is very good graphics card for a laptop (I *believe* it's the best available in a 15.4" laptop, although correct me if I'm wrong). Dabs doesn't mention the graphics card at all, but play.com and others do for the same product code- might be worth checking with them.

Processor Type Centrino Core 2 Duo
Processor Model P7350
Display Size 15.4in
Native Resolution 1280 x 800
Installed Memory 4GB
Hard Disk Capacity 250GB
Optical Storage Blu-Ray ROM DVD+/-R/RW double layer
Operating System Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium
Weight 2.6kg
Network Technology Pro Wireless 4965 AGN
Office Ready PC No
Brand HP
Price Range Inc VAT 500 - 750

EDIT: Not Lambda-tek, it's at Dabs. God knows why I chose lambda-tek- how do I change it?

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Ow, awesome looking machine, been looking for something like this, shame they didn't put vista ultimate on it (I like the poker game that ultimate comes with)

Thanks, voted hot

nice specs, although a screen that small wouldn't really do the blu-ray justice. Still, I presume you can hook it up to a nice big tv via hdmi?

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grex9101;2706148

nice specs, although a screen that small wouldn't really do the blu-ray … nice specs, although a screen that small wouldn't really do the blu-ray justice. Still, I presume you can hook it up to a nice big tv via hdmi?



Play.com says this:

4 USB 2.0, 1 HDMI connector, 1 eSata connector, 1 VGA port, 1 RJ45 ethernet connector, 1 RJ11 modem connector, 2 headphones-out, 1 mic-in, 1 IEEE 1394, remote control infrared port , cable docking connector

On this link- the product code "DV5-1011EA" matches the Dabs product code, but play.com are currently charging £800 (£40 of which can be removed with a voucher though).
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