MSI VR700 Laptop 17'', Core Duo 1.83Ghz, 100GB HD, 1GB Ram $1299 +3.75% cashback

23 May 2007

The MSI VR700 BT23101SCW0 is ideal for anyone looking for a feature packed laptop without the expensive price tag. The MSI VR700 features a 17 inch 16:10 aspect ratio widescreen display with 1440 x 900 resolution, an Intel Core Duo Processor, 100GB hard drive, DVD burner, and comes with Microsoft Windows Vista Basic. Ideal for editing high resolution pictures, editing movies and running 3D applications, this is a fabulous system for any discerning user on a budget.

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2 Year Limited Global Hardware Manufacturers Warranty.
6 Month Battery Pack Manufacturers Warranty.

$19.95 AU wide delivery


  • sandgroper
    17 Inch 16:10 aspect ratio widescreen display with 1440 x 900 resolution. High quality wireless communication (802.11 b/g / Bluetooth). Independent numeric keypad. Microsoft Windows Vista Home Basic. Card reader, IEEE1394 connecting interface and DVD burner. Processor & Cache: Intel® Pentium® Core Duo Processor 1.83GHz(T2350), 533Mhz FSB, 1MB L2 Cache. Chipsets: Intel® 945 PM . Operating System: Genuine Windows Vista™ Home Basic. System Memory: 1GB DDR2(667MHz, Dual Channel Support, Up to 2GB). LCD Display: 17.0" WXGA+ (1440x900) Glare TFT-LCD, MSI VIVID Intelligent Technology. Graphic & Video Module: Intel® GMA 950 (up to 256M Shared). Harddrive: 100GB (5400 RPM, PATA). Optical Drive: 8X DVD+/- RAM Super Multi Writer. Communication: MSI®Wireless 802.11a/b/g(6833B). Dual Hexa-band Antenna . 56kbps Modem. Gigabit Ethernet. Card Reader: 4 in 1 (SD, MMC, MS, MS PRO). PC Card Slots: PCMCIA Type II. I/O Port: USB2.0 Port x 3. IEEE 1394 Port x 1. Mic-in Port x 1. Line-in Port x 1. RJ11 Port x 1. RJ45 Port x 1. Headphone out/ SPDIF out x 1. TV-Out x 1 (S-Video) x 1. CIR x 1. Battery: Standard 6 Cell Li-Ion. 395 (W) x 278 (D) x 26.5-34.9(H) mm . 3.6 Kg with 6 cell Battery.
  • nod
    The specs look good sandgroper, but what is the quality like?

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