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Hey all,


I'm about to buy a new laptop to replace my old Sony Vaio. I'm buying a new Vaio, it's £999 and here is the spec. Just wanted to know if there were any glaring things I'd not thought about or if you think it's a good deal.

Thanks.


Processor: Intel® CoreTM i7-620M, 2.66GHz

Operating system: Genuine Windows® 7 Home Premium

Finishes: Black

Hard drive: 500 GB Serial ATA (5400 rpm)

Memory: 8 GB 1066MHz DDR3-SDRAM

Optical Drive: DVD disc drive

Display: 33.8 cm LCD, 1366x768 + webcam

Graphics: NVIDIA® GeForce® 310M 512MB

Connectivity: No Wireless WAN

Microsoft 2010 & Adobe Acrobat: Office 2010 Starter

Keyboard: EN - Backlit Keyboard

Battery: Battery life up to 5 hours

AC Adapter: 1 AC Adapter

Wireless LAN: Wireless LAN + Bluetooth®

Security features: Finger print recognition

HDMI(TM) output: HDMI(TM) output

VAIO software: VAIO software
 
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Dont look too bad, got a link? :)
 

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Looks good to me but if I were spending a grand I'd want a spare battery thrown in ;)

How many cores?
 

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No Blu-Ray drive!

That should have for that money, give em a ring and negotiate for a blu-ray drive
 

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Good spot, it has HDMI out but no means to play HD disks....
 
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I'm not really fussed about blu-ray to be honest. More looking for a laptop with a decent spec that will do me for a few years.

It's on the sony website V_R, it's the 'S' class one and I've customised it a bit. It has i3 as standard, but they have an offer on at the moment of a free upgrade to an i7.
 
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