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Topic # 112439 8-Dec-2012 22:14



In good condition, loved and cared for, though the battery is sporadic (consider it dead, should be replaced-- computer runs well on mains of course) and like any second hand laptop the keys are shiny and outlined (just the black, not the letters). Can play most games on low to med settings.

Was one of the better CQ62 models at the time, the rest of them had shoddy processors or integrated cards.

Has original box and packaging, comes with charger. 


2.40GHz CPU (Intel Core i3-370M) 
4.00GB RAM (upgraded from 2GB) 
512MB Dedicated Graphics (ATI Radeon HD 5470 Mobility) (Supports DirectX 11) 
64 bit Windows 7 Home Premium 
500GB 7200RPM hard drive 
CD/DVD-RW Optical Drive (with LightScribe technology for disc printing) 
15.6" 'BrightView' LED screen, 1366x768 native resolution 
Wireless Internet card & Webcam 
3x USB ports, 1x HDMI, ethernet, 1x 15-pin VGA port, headphone & microphone jacks, K-Slot ("laptop lock" port) 
SD Card Reader (SD-MS/Pro-MMC-XD)



Pickup Christchurch or Selwyn (Canterbury)
Shipping to be arranged but should be $20 or so

Asking price: $445
Accepting offers, throw me one!

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  Reply # 734490 18-Dec-2012 18:11

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