Trying to find a Laptop with this specification

  Giggle n' Bits 20:57 23 Jun 08
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I am trying to find a new Laptop to buy with the following specification but am unable to find one at a decent price preferably Acer brand if possible,

Looking for:-
2GHz Intel Core 2 Duo, 2GB Memory, HDD 120GB+, 17" TFT, Card Reader, Vista Premium.

Don't want one of them laptops with x2 HDD's if possible and "not" a Fujitsu.

Hope to pay about around £585 ish any links would be great.

Have looked on Amazon, Ebuyer, Novatech, CCL, DABS, Komplett & Scan

  Quiller. 21:20 23 Jun 08
  Giggle n' Bits 21:22 23 Jun 08

Good Specification but its got 2x 160GB HDD's
Prefer only a single HDD.

  Quiller. 21:23 23 Jun 08

The hard drive is split into two equal sections but all acers are like that. You can easilly merge them into one.

  Quiller. 21:24 23 Jun 08

"

Good Specification but its got 2x 160GB HDD's"

It's one hard drive (160Gb)that is partitioned,C ( 80Gb) + D ( 80Gb), see above.

  skidzy 21:27 23 Jun 08

Not Acer but i can personally recommend Dell laptops.
click here

If not exactly want you want,customise to your prefered choice.

  Giggle n' Bits 21:50 23 Jun 08

Could do with a Card Reader built in, doesn't look like the Dell has this, still looking at Dell page.

  AL47 22:09 23 Jun 08

just dont go for the cheaper dells, they are poop, my expensive one is ace but ive seen some shocking cheap ones

  skidzy 22:09 23 Jun 08

Most Dells come with a 8 in 1 card reader as standard.

This should help, click here

  Giggle n' Bits 22:11 23 Jun 08

and AL47, quiller thanks

Looks like the Dell wins.

  skidzy 22:12 23 Jun 08

Looks like the link is just redirecting to the sales page,just click the Tech Specs and this will tell you it has a card reader.All the Dells i have bought have had a reader.

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