The systems have few differences elsewhere, too. The CR620-030US is cheapest at $650 and features a 15.6-inch 720p display, an Intel Core i3-330M processor and GMA HD graphics, 4GB of DDR3 RAM, a 320GB HDD, and a DVD burner. For $730, the CR620-033US has a Blu-ray reader instead, and at $750 the CR620-031US packs a Core i5-430M and 500GB of storage (no Blu-ray, though).
The company is also offering the CR600-234US, which carries older hardware and a lighter price tag of $530. Specifications include a 16-inch 720p display, an Intel Pentium Dual Core T4500, 3GB of DDR2 RAM, Nvidia GeForce 8200MG graphics, and the same connectivity options as its snazzier counterparts.
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