PACKARD BELL EasyNote TH36-AU-010UK Pentium dual core laptop £349 cash or £299 with p/x  @ Currys

PACKARD BELL EasyNote TH36-AU-010UK Pentium dual core laptop £349 cash or £299 with p/x @ Currys

Found 23rd Oct 2010
This seems a reasonable spec for price

Pentium dual core
3gb ram
250gb hdd

Even better if you have something old to trade in! Take £50 off the price!

General Information Processor Intel® Pentium® Dual Core Processor T4500
- 2.3 GHz
- 800 MHz FSB
- 1M Cache
Operating System Genuine Windows® 7 Home Premium 64-bit
Graphics card Mobile Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator 4500M
Screen type Wide XGA Glare, LCD
Screen resolution 1366 x 768
Screen size 15.6"
Hard drive 250GB
Optical disk drive SuperMulti 8X SATA
Memory card reader 5 in 1: MS, MS Pro, SD, SC,
Modem/Ethernet 10/100
Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n
Video interface VGA
Audio interface Stereo Out
Microphone In
TV output VGA
Sound Realtek Audio Codec ALC272X sound card
Webcam Yes
Battery 6-cell 4400MAH
Software included Adobe Photoshop Elements 8 Full Version
Norton Internet Security 60 Days trial
Works 9 SE and Office Home&Student Trial
Adobe Premiere Elements Trial Version
Adobe Reader and Flash
Size Height: 372 mm
Width: 246.5 mm
Depth: 26.8 mm
Weight 2.65kg
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Lots of cold votes - is this not an OK spec for £350/

Can't see details of the trade-in though.
I thought it was pretty good. I'm after a new laptop so if cold voters could point me in the direction of a better deal I would be very grateful

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But what is the actual laptop in this deal?

But what is the actual laptop in this deal?

Isn't it a PACKARD BELL EasyNote TH36-AU-010UK with a Intel® Pentium® Dual Core Processor T4500, etc. Like in the post above and the link?
This is a good deal for a very decent laptop, cold voters will be the staff of certain shops who fill these pages with utter tat..(_;)
I picked up this deal today including the £50 trade in credit. It's a fantastic deal at £299 - you aren't going to get a decent (check the benchmarks) processor, Windows 7 Premium, Photoshop Elements 8 any where else for so little. I believe I couldn't have got a higher spec laptop than this without shelling out at least another £100. (Although the Lenovo cashback deal was very tempting.)

The things I'm most pleased with are the decent keyboard and great screen. It's also reasonably light. Battery is rated for four hours. Criminal lack of USB ports (2)

Despite it's lack of heat, the 2 USB ports is the only thing preventing me getting one of these today. One of them will constantly have a micro USB reciever in for my mouse, limiting me to one

The rest of tge specs seems pretty spot on for the money.
Heat added. Best you can get for the price it seems.
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