With Blu-ray and a true 1080p display, the 18-inch Acer Aspire 8920 is a movie fan's dream, but we'd go for the cheaper of Acers' two preconfigured models.
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With Blu-ray and a true 1080p display, the 18-inch Acer Aspire 8920 is a movie fan's dream, but we'd go for the cheaper of Acer's two preconfigured models.
Acer has sent us a pre-production Aspire 8920 to play with -- it's the world's first widescreen 18-inch laptop, so it's only right we take a bunch of pretty photos and show it off
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