Acer laptop for $1149 is it a good deal?

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Operating SystemWindows Vista Home Premium ProcessorAMD Turion 64 X2
TL-50 1.6GHz HyperTransport Technology ChipsetATi Radeon Xpress 1100
Cache Memory(installed) 512 KB Memory1GB DDR2 SDRAM Hard Drive120GB 4200
rpm Optical DriveDVD-Writer (Double-layer) - DVD-RAM/ R/ RW (Integrated)
Display Screen15.4" WXGA Widescreen Active Matrix TFT Color LCD with
CrystalBrite Graphics ControllerATi Radeon Xpress 1100 Integrated
NetworkAcer InviLink 54Mbps Wi-Fi IEEE 802.11b/g
10/100Mbps Fast Ethernet IEEE 802.3u Modem56 Kbps V.92 Input
DevicesKeyboard:=95 88-key Ports=951 x DC Power Input
=951 x RJ-45 Network
=951 x VGA
=951 x Mini-phone Audio In
=953 x 4-pin Type A USB 2.0 - USB
=951 x Mini-phone Audio Out
=951 x Mini-phone Microphone
=951 x RJ-11 Modem Batteries1 x 6-cell Lithium Ion (Li-Ion) Standard
Battery Estimated battery life: Up to 2.5 hours Dimensions14.1" Width x
10.6" Depth Weight 6.2 lb(s)
Just also wondering if Turion 64 x2 can handle a load of stuff going on,
namely the Serrato DJ hookup. TIA

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Re: Acer laptop for $1149 is it a good deal?

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I don't think so.I can find for 1180 euro this one:
Acer aspire 9304WSMi
AMD Turion 64 X2 TL56 (1.8Ghz), 17" WXGA CrystalBrite, RAM 2048MB

HDD 160GB, NV 7300 up to 400MB TC, DVD S-Multi, Wireless 802.11b/g,
0.3MP Cam.,

S-video, Memory Card Reader - Vista Home Premium

Re: Acer laptop for $1149 is it a good deal?

That seems like a lot of money to me; you can get a very good deal on a
decent laptop for $599 (Best Buy has a nice Toshiba A135 this week ...
Intel Core Duo, 1GB, 120GB drive, DVD burner).  Dell has a decent deal
on an E1505 for $699, and with some coupons, you can really load it up
(2GB of memory, Core 2 Duo) for a thousand or so.  Certainly you can
spend more, and for some people there might be reason to do so, but when
$600 will buy a decent laptop that meets the needs of most users, what
are you spending the additional $550 on?  It would seem to me that only
a gamer needing an extremely high end video system would need to spend
more than about a Thousand on a laptop these days.

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