Entry level laptop: Acer Extensa 5220 with 3 years warranty for $568 after cashback & 4.05% buckie

6 March 2008

Page 4 of the catalogue.

3 years warranty

Acer Extensa 5220-100508Mi - C 540 / 1.86 GHz - RAM 1GB - HDD 80 GB - DVD±RW (+R double layer) / DVD-RAM - GMA X3100 Dynamic Video Memory Technology 4.0 - Gigabit Ethernet - WLAN : 802.11b/g - Vista Home Basic - 15.4" Widescreen TFT 1280 x 800 ( WXGA ) CrystalBrite

You pay $798-$80 by Paypal. You will receive $149 cashback from ACer via redemption. Also, there is possibly 4.05% of $718 cashback from Buckscoop.

7 comments

  • geo78
    http://i223.photobucket.com/albums/dd222/geo78_photos/laptop.jpg
  • admin EDITOR
    very nice little stack geo. I'll give you a hot. Pretty basic computer but it'll do the job. The RAM is only 512Mb by the way - not 1gig.
  • geo78
    it's 512Mb, but comes with a bonus of 512MB...
  • nod
    with the warranty this is a great deal :) Keeys where are you????:w00t:
  • lilpretzel
    My girls have 1 of these each and they are great for the price. BTW Hubby only paid $26 @ umart for 1 gig so ours runs with 1 1/2 gigs of ram.
  • MamaK
    I think the cashback promo has finished
    Purchase this notebook between 1/10/07 and 29/2/08 and receive $149 cashback via redemption from Acer. Visit ]www.acer.com.au/cashback for details on how to claim, as well as full terms and conditions. Postage fees may apply. Redemption for cashback must be lodged within 14 days from invoice date and is limited to 5 cashbacks per customer. The barcode from the origional packaging may be required.
  • yovi
    the cashback from Acer is still on. http://www.shopacer.com.au/ecprod/ACA/Projects/CashBack/SelectedProgram?id=401&program_name=Extensa%205220-100508Mi%20(N218)&product_line_of_sku=2000&cashback_amount=149&claim_deadline=30&entity=0030 This Cashback Offer by Acer Computer Australia Pty Ltd ABN 78 003 872 768 (Acer) is open to customers who purchase the Extensa 5220 from an Acer authorised reseller in Australia during the Cashback Offer period which is from 21-Nov-2007 to 31-Mar-2008. The customer must be a resident of Australia.

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