Those looking for a new Blu-ray player under the Christmas tree who would also like to get a new notebook are in luck. The nicely specked Medion Akoya with integrated Blu-ray is now available on the Tesco and Blockbuster online stores at a price of £799.
The machine is the first laptop to be stocked by the movie rental firm Blockbuster. One rep hinted at the notebook coming with vouchers for 100 free Blu-ray rentals from Blockbuster according to TechRadar.
The machine offers up an 18.4-inch 1680x945 LCD, Intel Core 2 Duo CPU, 4GB of RAM, 320GB HDD, and Dolby Home Theater technology. Graphics are via NVIDIA 9600M GS and an ExpressCard DVB-TV tuner is included as well.
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