Lenovo G570 / Core i5-2410M 6GB / 750GB / Blu-ray / 15.6 inch / Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit / Laptop / Notebook / Black - £579.99 @ Play

Lenovo G570 / Core i5-2410M 6GB / 750GB / Blu-ray / 15.6 inch / Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit / Laptop / Notebook / Black - £579.99 @ Play

Found 28th Apr 2011
* Processor: Intel Core i5-2410M with Intel Turbo Boost Technology 2.0 (2.30 GHz)
* Operating System: Genuine Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit
* Display: 15.6 inch WXGA high-definition LED backlight, 16:9 widescreen (1366 x 768)
* Graphics: AMD Radeon HD 6370M 1 GB
* Memory: 6 GB DDR3 DRAM 1066 MHz (8 GB max.)
* Hard Drive: 750 GB 5400 rpm SATA
* Optical Drive: Blu-ray Combo
* Sound: 2.0 speakers (2 x 1.5 W) with 3D surround sound enhancement
* Integrated Communications: Ethernet NIC, Intel WiFi Link 5100 AGN (1 x 2), Lenovo Wireless b/g/n
* Connectivity: 4 x USB 2.0, 5-in-1 card reader (MMC/MS/MS pro/SD/XD), headphones, mic, VGA, HDMI, Bluetooth, Kensington lock
* Camera: 0.3 MP integrated web camera
* Weight: 2.55 Kg
* Dimensions (WxDxH): 377 x 245 x 17.3-34.9 mm
* Battery: 6 cell
* Included Software: Power2Go 5.5, McAfee, YouCam, VeriFace 4.0, Lenovo ReadyComm 5.0, OneKey Rescue System 7.0, Energy Management, Norton Internet Security (trial), Bing Bar, Windows Live Essentials, Microsoft Office 2010 (trial), Adobe Reader, ooVoo, Lenovo DirectShare, Lenovo Games Console


Thread title doesn't match up with the specs posted.

Please add the correct specs to the OP.

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no £500 odd pound lappy has a top end class 2 or low end class 1 ALWAYS ruddy bluddy class 3

I have this laptop, would highly recommend its fantastic

Same lappie available here: saveonlaptops.co.uk/Len…tml.

I already bought it from SaveOnLaptops last week. But unfortunately it appeared to be damaged in transit. I phoned, emailed some photos of the damage and they picked up up the next day (Friday).
From what I saw of the machine it looked pretty great. It was sleek & stylish, and fast as I would expect from such a spec (and a brand new laptop)
Hopefully, I'll get the replacement shortly. I'm eager to try out the blu-ray, etc.

A couple of things I would mention:
1. The drive did not have the blu-ray logo on the side (which I thought was pretty weird). The lenses were present. But I didn't have a blu-ray available at work to test it. But, the model number looked like a blu-ray combo online.
2. The wireless receiver did not show 802.11n on the packaging. But the machine did appear to connect and transfer at decent rate.

Watch this space.
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