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03-12-2010, 13:13   #16
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Lads, this is far superior to yer standard 10" netbook, this site delivers very fast as well. 1-2 days and only charge £9.. On that site there is another laptop which ive recommended to a few, and it cant be beat at the price.. (Note it does come with xp-or vista but its fast light 8 hours battery, has a dvd drive and very good 14" screen..) its only £299.00 and really is value..


http://www.saveonlaptops.co.uk/Acer_...0T_638750.html
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03-12-2010, 13:28   #17
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11'6 is a bit too big to use on a plane or bus though
Probably wouldn't fit on your lap either
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This is the sort of netbook I am talking about

http://www.saveonlaptops.co.uk/Open_...N_1030024.html

review here

http://www.engadget.com/2010/08/31/a...-1215n-review/
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The 4810T is something ive reccomended to alot of people lately who are looking for something as portable as a netbook but packs a bigger screen and significant performence boost. At that price its hard to beat for the average user. Big point people are missing from these two models is the HDMI port...something that is becoming more and more essential.



Talking about value, those looking for a laptop for good performance and the ability to play any modern game at minimum of medium to high settings, this offers exceptional value:

https://www.saveonlaptops.co.uk/Tosh...L_1035503.html

Probably worth a bargain alert itself tbh!
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This dell 11z will do all that you're asking.... why wait and pay extra. you'll get over 6 hours with the supplied battery, it has hdmi, will do hd video...
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This dell 11z will do all that you're asking.... why wait and pay extra. you'll get over 6 hours with the supplied battery, it has hdmi, will do hd video...

Agree, go for it Vastly better Value..
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Agree, go for it Vastly better Value..

No thanks my mates got one and the track pad is really nasty
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No thanks my mates got one and the track pad is really nasty
It's actually grand after a day of using it. Dell actually changed the trackpad to one with separate buttons on some 11z's and that's the one that I have but the one from this site for my mate is the one with integrated buttons.
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Probably wouldn't fit on your lap either
At least somebody got it
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You must be action man size, if its too big... even a 17" laptop is no problem on a lap.
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You must be action man size, if its too big... even a 17" laptop is no problem on a lap.
Note the difference between yours and OPs quotation marks.
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Note the difference between yours and OPs quotation marks.
ah, doh,
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Lads, this is far superior to yer standard 10" netbook, this site delivers very fast as well.
i hate to have to admit it, but for the money he's right.

its never going to beat a dual core atom with iON graphics, but it shouldn't have to for the price since its a couple of hundred quid less than a decent dual core atom with iON & 2gb RAM.

honestly, i really don't like the idea that i'm recommending a celeron to anyone for anything, but for what you get for the money it IS a really good deal.
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I was about to buy this but decided to check out the dell outlet first...well worthwile!! Picked up this:-
Inspiron 1120 Genuine Windows 7 Home Premium (64 BIT)
250 GB Hard Drive, SATA, RAID (7,200 RPM)
AMD Athlon II Neo K325 (Dual Core,1.3GHz,2MB Cache,12W)
2GB, DDR3
Display 11.6in TFT Display WLED HD with TrueLife

For 328 delivered, it's certified refurbished but comes with a full 12 month warranty!
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