Originally Posted by adventk
It says on there that the video memory is dynamically allocated and was wandering what that meant?
It means that the integrated graphics chipset (Radeon 3100) will dynamically use part of the main system RAM (3GB in this case) for it's graphics operations. According to your link, 256 MB to 1407 MB may be 'leeched' from the system RAM as the video chipset deems necessary; this will decrease the system RAM available for other applications. I believe you can set the maximum limit in the BIOS.
If you want to game comfortably on the laptop, I'd suggest going in for a discrete video chipset with dedicated memory. Integrated graphics are not the best for gaming.
Sorry, but I don't know much about AMD mobile processors; been a intel user all the time when it comes to notebooks.
The rest of the specs look okay although it seems to be missing Bluetooth.