Acer Aspire One D250, 10.1-Inch LED LCD Netbook, Intel Atom N270, 1 GB RAM, 160 GB, XP Home & Android, up to 6 Hours Battery Life, Webcam, (Blue) £199.99 @ Amazon + Nectar - HotUKDeals
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Acer Aspire One D250, 10.1-Inch LED LCD Netbook, Intel Atom N270, 1 GB RAM, 160 GB, XP Home & Android, up to 6 Hours Battery Life, Webcam, (Blue) £199.99 @ Amazon + Nectar

£199.99 @ Amazon
Technical Details * 10.1-inch netbook computer with 6-cell battery (up to 7 hours life) * Widescreen 10.1-inch screen for broader vision and convenient navigation * Intel Atom N270 Pr… Read More
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Technical Details

* 10.1-inch netbook computer with 6-cell battery (up to 7 hours life)
* Widescreen 10.1-inch screen for broader vision and convenient navigation
* Intel Atom N270 Processor, 1.66GHz,533 MHz FSB, 512 KB L2 Cache
* 1GB RAM memory and 160GB HDD
* Windows XP & Android
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#1
£189.99 @ Comet with code 5199AW + 3% Topcashback
#2
Great little gadget these. I won one on Cokexone at Xmas and it is so handy to travel around with...meetings etc

Voted hot
#3
pet2000
£189.99 @ Comet with code 5199AW + 3% Topcashback


That one has the smaller battery,only 3 hours of battery life and doesnt seem to have android installed.

The amazon deal is better,voted hot.
#4
I set 60 of these up at a school the other day and was pleasantly surprised by the performance.

Only thing i was annoyed at was that you can't set either of the browsers in android to use a proxy server, which meant it couldnt go on the internet.
#5
craigstephens

Only thing i was annoyed at was that you can't set either of the browsers in android to use a proxy server, which meant it couldnt go on the internet.


According to this article and many others, you can set the browser to use a proxy server. It's just not an option in the user interface. >http://discuz-android.blogspot.com/2008/01/set-proxy-for-android-web-browser.html

:)
#6
nice deal
#7
Just followed link to have a look and it's back up to £244.99

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