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1.0 out of 5 stars Unsuitable for the M17XR2, 7 Jan. 2013
The M17XR2 only has 2 slots available for RAM and so it is only possible to install 8GB in the system if you purchase this product, not 16GB as advertised.

The M17XR2 does accept 8GB RAM sticks despite the system specifications stating it will only accept up to 4GB, and so it is possible to install 16GB of RAM, but as 8GBx2, not 4GBx4.


The Life Collection: David Attenborough (24 Disc BBC Box Set) [DVD] [1990]
The Life Collection: David Attenborough (24 Disc BBC Box Set) [DVD] [1990]
Dvd ~ David Attenborough
Offered by movielovers786
Price: £65.99

493 of 500 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Unbelievable value for money, 19 Nov. 2006
Quite simply, a stunning collection of some of the finest nature documentaries ever produced. Breathtaking footage, combined with Sir David's contagious enthusiasm for the natural world make for wonderful viewing indeed. Superlatives can't describe it well enough; you owe it to yourself to give it a look!

All you need add to your collection is The Blue Planet, the upcoming DVD release of Planet Earth, Life in Cold Blood (due in 2008), and a few other miscellaneous Attenborough works, and you will have a collection to be very proud of and treasure.

Whilst it is impossible to do the series justice in this way, here's a brief rundown of what you get:

Life in the Undergrowth - Focuses on the tiny creatures that are very close to us at all times, yet are often overlooked - insects.

The Private Life of Plants - Explores the wonders of the plant world.

The Living Planet - In this author's humble opinion, possibly the very best work in The Life Collection. The Living Planet goes into great detail about the many different environments on Earth and the life that can be found within. Hot and cold. From the lush rainforests to the most barren deserts. Magnificent.

Life on Earth - A broad view of life on Earth, from it's beginnings to the present.

The Life of Birds - As the name implies, it's an exploration of the world of Birds.

Trials of Life - A rather different focus than the other series; Trials of Life focuses on the various stages of life, from Birth to Death.

Life in the Freezer - A wonderful set of documentaries focusing on life in the coldest and most isolated parts of the world - namely the Poles.

The Life of Mammals - Explores the very varied world of mammals.
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