Refurbished Laptop Blu Ray
In my previous article dedicated to refurbished HP Pavilion laptops, you could notice that the majority of those notebooks included Blu-Ray players, a more comfortable and more advanced solution to replace the classical DVD player. Probably you have at home or intend to buy a solid Blu-Ray player in order to transform your living room into a theater room, but it's cheaper to purchase a Blu-Ray equipped laptop rather than a classical player, you will save almost $100.
Nowadays, even netbooks based on 11-inch like the mini Sony Vaio can support a Blu-Ray player. If you aren't satisfied by the small display of your actual laptop comparing with the huge 18-inch laptops that once include Blu-Ray, you can add anytime a bigger monitor or simply connect your notebook to your TV toward HDMI port and your theater room is ready.
Acer was one of the first manufacturers that took the risk to include a Blu-Ray into a laptop configuration and the idea became more and more popular. Today, almost all the major brands use Blu-Ray players for entertainment and gaming laptops especially, rarely for business purpose.
I took as exemplification the cheapest refurbished laptops including on tigerdirect.com, that include a Blu-Ray player and here are some suggestions for you: Asus A53E-Th52 ($ 600) with an Intel Core i5 2430M dual-core processor, 6GB DDR3, 500GB SATA, Intel Media Accelerator HD graphics, 5-in-1 media card reader, 15.6-inch display and Windows 7 Home Premium; Gateway NV75S17u 9$ 600) with an AMD A8-3500M quad-core processor, 6GB DDR3, 640GB SATA, AMD Radeon HD 6620G graphics, 17.3-inch display and Windows 7 Professional; Dell Inspiron 17R N7110 ($ 760) with a second generation of Intel Core i5 2430M dual-core processor, 6GB DDR3, 640GB SATA, Intel HD 3000 graphics, 17.3-inch display and Windows 7 Home Premium or Sony Vaio VPCF 232FX/B ($ 900) with an Intel Core i7 2670QM quad-core processor, 4GB DDR3, 500GB SATA, NVIDIA GeForce GT 520M graphics, backlit keyboard, 16.4-inch display and the same operating system.
For more performance and an improved Blu-Ray player, be ready to pay more than $1.000, as follows: Acer AS7750G-9621 ($1.053) with an Intel Core i7 2630QM quad-core processor, 8GB DDR3, 750GB SATA, ATI Radeon HD 6650M graphics, 17.3-inch display and Windows 7 Home Premium or Samsung NP-RF711 ($1.150), preserving the same configuration, with the exception of the video card, NVIDIA GeForce GT 540M.
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