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Acer Aspire One D150-1BB Netbook, Atom N280, 1GB RAM, 160GB HDD, 10.1 WSVGA, Intel 945GSE, Webcam, Card Reader, Blue, XP Home - under £220 delivered at Ebuyer! £219.99

£219.99 @ Ebuyer
THIS MUST BE THE CHEAPEST N280 OR DECENT SPEC NETBOOK AVAILABLE ONLY DOWNSIDES, NO N WiFi, 3 CELL BATTERY, 533 MEMORY IS ASYNCHRONOUS WITH 667 PROCESSOR, STANDARD GRAPHICS, LOWER RES CAM, NO BLUETO… Read More
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7y, 8m agoFound 7 years, 8 months ago
THIS MUST BE THE CHEAPEST N280 OR DECENT SPEC NETBOOK AVAILABLE

ONLY DOWNSIDES, NO N WiFi, 3 CELL BATTERY, 533 MEMORY IS ASYNCHRONOUS WITH 667 PROCESSOR, STANDARD GRAPHICS, LOWER RES CAM, NO BLUETOOTH OR 3G (BUT YOU WOULD BE LOOKING AT DOUBLE THE PRICE FOR ALL THAT - AND WOULD BE LIKELY TO UPGRADE THE MEMORY ANYWAY)

WAS ORIGINALLY £199.99 - BUT INCREASED BY £20 AFTER POSTED HERE - BUT STILL A GOOD PRICE


Acer redefines mobile connectivity with Aspire ONE, the revolutionary netbook packed with fun and powerful computing features.

Once on, the interface is pure simplicity: a home screen divided into four areas that contain all the applications you need to stay connected, work, play, and organize your life on the road. And as your Aspire ONE is as unique as the way you use it, you can customize the applications on the home screen so that it's just right for you. Fast, simple and indescribably chic. That's your life with the Aspire ONE.


Processor

* Intel® Atom processor N280 1.66 GHz,
* 512 L2 cache
* Mobile Intel® 945GSE Express Chipset (DDR2 533MHz)
* Mobile Intel® 82801GBM Chipset (Media)

Memory

* 1GB RAM DDR2 533MHz SDRAM
* 1 x soDIMM slot
* Supports 512 MB / 1 GB / 2 GB soDIMMs for total system memory of up to 2 GB

Hard Drive

* 160GB Hard Drive

Software

* Operating System: Genuine Windows XP® Home (Service Pack 3)
* Acer eRecovery Management
* Acer Launch Manager
* Adobe® Reader®
* McAfee® Internet Security Suite
* Microsoft® Office Trial 2007 (60 Days or 25 uses)

Display

* 10.1" WSVGA high-brightness (typical 180-nit) Acer CrystalBrite TFT LCD,
* Resolution 1024 x 600 pixel
* LED backlight
* 262,000 colours supported

Audio

* High-definition audio support
* Two built-in stereo speakers
* MS-Sound compatible
* Built-in digital microphone

Input Devices

* 84-key keyboard with 1.6 mm (minimum) key travel
* Touchpad pointing device with two buttons
* 12 function keys, four cursor keys, one Windows® key for Windows® XP Home, hotkey controls, embedded numeric keypad, international language support
* Power button with LED
* Easy-access switches with LED: WLAN, WWAN (manufacturing option)

Networking

* WLAN: Acer InviLink 802.11b/g Wi-Fi CERTIFIED® network connection, supporting Acer SignalUp wireless technology
* LAN: 10/100 Mbps Fast Ethernet

Power Supply

* 24.4 W 2200 mAh 3-cell Li-ion battery pack
* 3-hour battery life
* 30 W adapter with power cord

Dimensions

* 260m (W)
* 185mm (D)
* 33.4mm (H)
* 10.2 x 7.28 x 1.31 inches
* 1.33 kg (2.95 lbs.) for SKUs with 6-cell battery pack

Interfaces

* Multi-in-1 card reader
* 3 x USB 2.0 ports
* External display (VGA) port
* Headphone/speaker/line-out jack
* Microphone-in jack
* Ethernet (RJ-45) port
* DC-in jack for AC adapter

Warranty/Miscellaneous

* One-year International Travelers Warranty (ITW)
* Integrated Acer Crystal Eye webcam, supporting 0.3 megapixel resolution
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#1
very good price, and a great deal, however ive found all the acers to have terrible battery life, i just sold my 10 inch acer one a few days ago, battery sucked on it, had the 6 cell as well, same with my lads acer one (9") your battery will be showing as 20%, you`ll turn off and come to use next day and the battery has drained completely.

should never of sold my asus ee pc, and infact have just bought the eee 1000ha , slapped an ssd in there and battery is lasting 8 hours plus real world usage.


a very very good price though, have some heat!!!
#2
For under £40 more (under £20 after cashback) but with a 6 cell, and N wifi (but a speaker less, and an N270)...

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/511831/samsung-n130-netbook-laptop-atom-n2

...and a Samsung - so a more respected brand.

WITH THE REPRICING DONE SINCE THIS DEAL WAS POSTED - THIS OTHER DEAL IS ACTUALLY SLIGHTLY CHEAPER WITH THE CASHBACK (OR JUST UNDER £20 DEARER WITHOUT)
#3
There is wi-fi
WLAN: Acer InviLink 802.11b/g Wi-Fi CERTIFIED® network connection, supporting Acer SignalUp wireless technology
#4
freccle;6689880
There is wi-fi
WLAN: Acer InviLink 802.11b/g Wi-Fi CERTIFIED® network connection, supporting Acer SignalUp wireless technology


Of course, just READ the original post! :-(
#5
Just had a look at the site, and the price is showing as £219.99 now. I'm assuming it's gone up and wasn't a mis-read earlier??
#6
the_zooter
Just had a look at the site, and the price is showing as £219.99 now. I'm assuming it's gone up and wasn't a mis-read earlier??


Price has gone up now. This was one of the netbooks I was considering but definitely won't be getting this now that its gone up to £220.
#7
Go for an Asus EEE PC. You wont regret it, battery life and quality are amazing.

I have a 1005ha. There are a few dif models of this for whatever spec you like and upgraded my RAM by adding a £17.99 2GB
#8
#9
cambourne03


This is the A150 - It has the N270 processor not the N280, nearly went for this until I realised the difference.
#10
...and a Samsung - so a more respected brand.

Says who - hardly the nadir of PC manufacturing!
#11
very cheap netbook with good spec, heat.
#12
richardw
This is the A150 - It has the N270 processor not the N280, nearly went for this until I realised the difference.
More importantly, this is the smaller form factor model with the 8.9" rather than 10" screen (same resolution though, so everything will be correspondingly smaller). In practice, there is no performance difference between the N270 and N280 Atoms.

Robert
#13
ibiza
For under £40 more (under £20 after cashback) but with a 6 cell, and N wifi (but a speaker less, and an N270)...

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/511831/samsung-n130-netbook-laptop-atom-n2

...and a Samsung - so a more respected brand.

WITH THE REPRICING DONE SINCE THIS DEAL WAS POSTED - THIS OTHER DEAL IS ACTUALLY SLIGHTLY CHEAPER WITH THE CASHBACK (OR JUST UNDER £20 DEARER WITHOUT)


I honestly do not think Samsung is a more respected brand when you are talking about the PC market.
Simply becasue Samsung is a consumer electronics brand and Acer is a proper PC manufacturer.

You may buy Samsung branded computer, but then you have to know, Samsung doesnt actually make them.

It is like back in few years ago.. All IBM notebooks were actually made by Lenovo!!!
#14
the_zooter
Just had a look at the site, and the price is showing as £219.99 now. I'm assuming it's gone up and wasn't a mis-read earlier??



Yes - sorry - it have been under £200 since before the weekend too - but I did not have time to post.


Slash
Price has gone up now. This was one of the netbooks I was considering but definitely won't be getting this now that its gone up to £220.



If you can sit it out - the newer versions of the Atom appear at the start of next year - USB 3 could appear in time for Chirstmas - the economy continues to implode...

So when the Christmas credit card bills hit the mat in February - I bet this netbook will be under £150!


amzmalhotra
Go for an Asus EEE PC. You wont regret it, battery life and quality are amazing.

I have a 1005ha. There are a few dif models of this for whatever spec you like and upgraded my RAM by adding a £17.99 2GB


I had suggest that would happen in the main post - but your price is about 60% of what I had figured upon. Its just a pity some of the 8.9 inch versions need dismantled and their warranty invalidated to up to only 1.5 gig.


cambourne03



Smaller screen and N270 - also - its the one with the more limited memory expansion (1.5 gig) and an assualt course to navigate through to add the stick.


richardw
This is the A150 - It has the N270 processor not the N280, nearly went for this until I realised the difference.


Its an entirely different machine - smaller format and the memory limits mentioned above.


HipposRule
...and a Samsung - so a more respected brand.

Says who - hardly the nadir of PC manufacturing!



I would suspect most would favour Samsung - and they do have two out of three on the current PC Pro A list.

Do you own an Acer? :whistling:


Computerman
very cheap netbook with good spec, heat.



Thanks.


rwniel72
More importantly, this is the smaller form factor model with the 8.9" rather than 10" screen (same resolution though, so everything will be correspondingly smaller). In practice, there is no performance difference between the N270 and N280 Atoms.

Robert



There is actually.

Although the processor speed offers little difference at only about 4% - the bus runs 33% faster at 667 rather than 533 (which would be helped further by using faster memory (667/800) when upgrading to 2 gig.
#15
samsung nc10 is a much better netbook but you can get a nc10 for £250 at comet or get john lewis to pricematch

so not hot from me
#16
ibiza

If you can sit it out - the newer versions of the Atom appear at the start of next year - USB 3 could appear in time for Chirstmas - the economy continues to implode...

So when the Christmas credit card bills hit the mat in February - I bet this netbook will be under £150!
.


Yeah these will all fall, But intel have already stated that next gen atom CPU is first quarter 2010 - price will be good at Crimbo but there wont be any inventories purged.
USB3 will only appear on the next gen chipsets that accompany the upgrade ( poulson?) and intel ain't that bothered about it anyway


Why not spend £233.97 and get a netbook with 8.5 hours battery life ?

COCO
#17
100mongoose100
samsung nc10 is a much better netbook but you can get a nc10 for £250 at comet or get john lewis to pricematch

so not hot from me


Rubbish the Acer is far better than the Samsung NC10
#18
100mongoose100
samsung nc10 is a much better netbook but you can get a nc10 for £250 at comet or get john lewis to pricematch

so not hot from me



It will be discontinued soon though - as its really about to be shoved off the line with the many new SS flavours.


I_SHOULD_COCO
Yeah these will all fall, But intel have already stated that next gen atom CPU is first quarter 2010 - price will be good at Crimbo but there wont be any inventories purged.
USB3 will only appear on the next gen chipsets that accompany the upgrade ( poulson?) and intel ain't that bothered about it anyway



USB3 will fail?

The dates already announced were early January - but obviously this is to keep demand up for the current chips. Before Christmas - its only three weeks earlier cover most of December - watch!




Why not spend £233.97 and get a netbook with 8.5 hours battery life ?

COCO




cambourne03
Rubbish the Acer is far better than the Samsung NC10


Fight Fight Fight!!!!!! :-D


WIth the price increase here - I now thing the other deal I posted was the better bet (and a few bob cheaper (with cashback)- although a N270 and not N280)

Samsung - big battery & N wifi too!

[B]http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/511831/samsung-n130-netbook-laptop-atom-n2[/B]
1 Like #19
ibiza

WIth the price increase here - I now thing the other deal I posted was the better bet (and a few bob cheaper (with cashback)- although a N270 and not N280)

Samsung - big battery & N wifi too!

[B]http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/511831/samsung-n130-netbook-laptop-atom-n2[/B]


http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/509422/samsung-n130-10-1-inch-netbook-atom

Better price and still £20 back from Samsung I think... and it's Amazon rather than eBuyer.

Tough choice between the Asus 1005HA and Samsung N130 from Amazon. So far, for my tastes, the 1005HA looks better.

EDIT: Should add that this Acer doesn't work for me because the 3 hour (more like 2?) battery life misses the point of netbooks. Voting hot because I've not seen this model cheaper though.
#20
Apologies if a stupid question but how does this deal compare to the MSI Wind U100 10in Mini Laptop - Black - £199.99 @ Argos including 2 year warranty?
#21
ibiza
There is actually.

Although the processor speed offers little difference at only about 4% - the bus runs 33% faster at 667 rather than 533 (which would be helped further by using faster memory (667/800) when upgrading to 2 gig.
The typical user is not going to notice this in day to day operation though, unless you are going to be looking at benchmarking type applications. :)

nick77777
Apologies if a stupid question but how does this deal compare to the MSI Wind U100 10in Mini Laptop - Black - £199.99 @ Argos including 2 year warranty?
Battery life is more limited on the MSI Wind because of the smaller capacity 3 cell battery. It depends how important this is to you.

Robert
#22
Thanks for the advice rwniel72. Gone for the MSI Wind - with the £10 voucher its effectively £190 & picked it up today.

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