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AllFine 7" Mini Netbook/Notebook ONLY £89.99 @ 7DayShop

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banned6y, 6m agoFound 6 years, 6 months ago
- Ultra lightweight
- Stylish black finish
- Weighs under 1kg
- SD card reader
- Wireless supported
- RAM 128MB

Ideal for surfing the web, checking emails, word processing and spreadsheets. Perfect for travel with built-in wireless technology.

Specifications:
Storage drive type - 2GB SSD
System RAM - 128MB
Operating system - Microsoft Windows CE
Processor - arm 920 32-Bit Processor
Card socket - SD card socket
Mouse control - Touchpad
Keyboard - Standard 80-key UK layout
I/O ports - *1 USB - U-Disk, *2 USB - Peripherals, 1 earphone/line-in socket

WOOOOWWWWW BARGAIN OMG!!! OMGGG!!! =))))) :-O
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banned#1
why is this cold? real bargain!!
#2
You can also get this for £79.99 here
http://www.spotbuyer.com/Product/id/822934

Or on ebay for £69.95


Add £4.95 postage to both
suspended#3
Also, put the retailer in the title! That a lad:thumbsup:
banned#4
wot iz u meanin by that boi?
1 Like #5
http://www.bigoffers.co.uk/product.php?cat=6&sub=154&cat_title=Laptops+%26+Netbooks&product=ALLFINE-01001&prod_title=Allfine+Mini+Netbook+Black+7+Inch

Cheaper here...
wouldnt touch this with a barge pole personally, nothing more than a bog standard PDA with a slightly bigger screen...
banned#6
just bought this for 13 pound from ebay. pile of crap. blew up in my face. and scarred my poor nose!
1 Like #7
We're going to be having lots of cheap tablet and notebooks coming out over the next year or so, running Android or Linux and having ARM processors. It's going to be difficult to differentiate them and, if you buy the wrong one, it's possible that you're going to be stuck with a machine that isn't what you thought it was.
"ARM-based" is going to be thrown around a lot and it's going to equate to the same thing as "Intel-based" in that you have to be careful in what you're actually getting.
The current top ARM processors are the Cortex-A8 family which include the Qualcomm Snapdragon, the A4 chip in the iPad and nVidia's Tegra. Remember that each manufacturer use only the base design and are free to add their own particular twists to it creating something that could be totally different to it's competitors.
Cortex-A9 is due out soon and includes the possibility of multiple cores. nVidia will be reportedly amongst those using this multi-core technology in their Tegra 2 chips.

There are plenty of older technology ARM processors floating around and while they're adequate for basic computing you won't get the sort of results you would expect from the newer chips.
If you're unsure about what you're buying, I'd recommend doing research or waiting for the nVidia Tegra 2 based machines to come out towards the end of the year. These should be covered much better in the press and the abilities of the computers they're used in will be much better reported.
#8
st3alth2137;8718394
why is this cold? real bargain!!

Coz its cheaper elsewhere!!:thumbsup:
#9
st3alth2137
just bought this for 13 pound from ebay. pile of crap. blew up in my face. and scarred my poor nose!


:thinking:

So why post it as a good deal?
banned#10
so i dont feel az bad if someone else buy it, innit :-)
#12
Windows CE....No Thanks....poor for PDA'a even worse for netbooks.....not compatible with any mobile broadband
#13
amdavies
"ARM-based" is going to be thrown around a lot and it's going to equate to the same thing as "Intel-based" in that you have to be careful in what you're actually getting.


Wise words, indeed. ARM covers a huge range in processor performance, so you do need to make sure you know what core you're actually buying. The ARM920 is getting a bit long in the tooth these days, and won't give you the best experience in this kind of product.

amdavies
The current top ARM processors are the Cortex-A8 family which include the Qualcomm Snapdragon, the A4 chip in the iPad and nVidia's Tegra. Remember that each manufacturer use only the base design and are free to add their own particular twists to it creating something that could be totally different to it's competitors.


Strictly speaking, the Snapdragon and A4 are not Cortex-A8 cores, although they are compliant and offer similar performance. While the variants may be 'totally different', they should be able to run the same software, although whether the system offers the same features and peripherals is a different matter. The OS should help take care of things like that, though.

amdavies
Cortex-A9 is due out soon and includes the possibility of multiple cores.


Yes, and they will fly! :-) But this product may not. The alarm bells should ring when you see Windows CE!
#14
Killer No's for this laptop even for surfing as it runs Windows CE:-

Please Note:
- No upgradeable RAM
- No iTunes/iPod support
- No external hard drives or hard disks
- No 3D and UMTS support
- No Connection and external monitors
- No other operating system can be installed
- Not compatible with flash and/or video files.

This is only good for mail and some internet browsing (without using flash), very similar to a mobile phone. The lack of external hard disk support (plus that it probably would not support flash memory 2GB) means that one cannot use this for backup flash memory while on the road. The pricing of this got to be less than £50 to sell. This product behaves as an embedded Operating System as a personal organiser + mail with limited internet browsing....suitable for those who would find Windows too complex to use. When it is positioned as a PDA then this has many features better than a smaller PDA which would cost at least £50!
#15
just got one for x mas turned it on and it broke after 5 minutes :-/

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