Acer Aspire M7300 Review

Posted on Jul 19 2010 - 12:25pm by Rob

To see what is right and not to do it is a want of courage. At least that is what Confucius says and who I am to argue with the most perceptive man ever to have lived / an over rated, glib buffoon (delete as you see fit). If you want to see what it right for you then the Acer Aspire M7300 is what we are currently talking about. Courage not supplied.

Design

Everything has its beauty but not everyone sees it. I just know that a nice and serious, I-know-what-I’m-doing look always goes down well in a PC and that this model fulfils the requirements without running the risk of being called daring or mould breaking.

Notable Specifications

He who looks a perfect PC must compromise. The person who knows how to compromise will find the perfect PC (I made that one up myself, by the way). Let me just throw some Acer Aspire M7300 numbers at you; 6GB of memory, 1GB of dedicated video memory, 8 USB ports and 1TB of hard drive space. The processor is the hard-working AMD Phenom™ II X6 1035T, and the rest of the features are as you would expect in or on a top quality PC.

Value

He who will not economise will have to agonise. Take a look on the internet and you will see that you no longer have to agonise. Current offer price=900 quid. This is a great deal for a hard-working PC which should be of use to you for a number of years.

Summary

You don’t need a wise Chinese saying to tell you that a top quality PC at a great price will attract hordes of games lovers looking to upgrade, first time PC buyers looking to start off on the right foot and home workers who need power and reliability.

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