ASUS Eee PC 1000H-BLK067X Netbook, Windows XP Home Preloaded, 1GB RAM, 160GB HDD - £269.97 Delivered @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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The absolute tits as far as netbooks go, best netbook for sale, espically at this price only vote cold if you can find cheaper please.

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ASUS Eee PC 1000H-BLK067X Netbook

Product Features
Say hello to the futurewith the latest edition of Asus' original netbook - the new EeePC 1000H! With improved performances and a boosted battery life
this Eeepc has been bothphysically and technologically enhanced with its sleek 10" screen
1024 MBof RAM and 160 GB hard drive! When it comes to connections
the EeePC 1000H offers three USBports
a VGA output port
10" netbook computer
Large screen and keyboard for comfortable usage
Up to 7 hours battery life
High speed connectivity anywhere with Wi-Fi 802.11n
Unique design to fit your individual personality
Technical Details
Main Specifications
Product Description: ASUS Eee PC 1000H - Atom N270 1.6 GHz - 10" TFT
Dimensions (WxDxH): 26.6 cm x 19.1 cm x 3.8 cm
Weight: 1.45 kg
System Type: Netbook
Built-in Devices: Stereo speakers, wireless LAN aerial, Bluetooth aerial
Processor: Intel Atom N270 / 1.6 GHz
Cache Memory: 512 KB - L2 Cache
RAM: 1 GB DDR2 SDRAM
Card Reader: Yes
Hard Drive: 160 GB
Display: 10" TFT 1024 x 600 ( WSVGA )
Audio Output: Sound card
Networking: Network adapter - Ethernet, Fast Ethernet, Bluetooth, IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11g, IEEE 802.11n (draft)
Notebook Camera: Integrated - 1.3 Megapixel
Input Device: Keyboard, touchpad
Power: AC 120/230 V ( 50/60 Hz )
Run Time (Up To): 7 hour(s)
Operating System: Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition
Manufacturer Warranty: 2 years warranty
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banned#1
#2
https://www.simplyasus.com/1000h

£268.67 delivered...Still, good deal though.
#3
Quality item.

Good deal.

Go for it.
#4
does it have a dvd/cd drive?
#5
Glitzybabe
does it have a dvd/cd drive?


No, it's a netbook, you can download most software or run from a flash drive or SD card ect. If you want for watching dvds ect you'd be better off with a larger screen on a laptop.
#6
Hmmm....I'm wanering whether to go to uni with a Laptop alone, or a netbook like this accompanies possibly by a PC.

The netbook would offer me better portability compared to my current 3.5kg laptop. However my laptop has a dual core processor and 2gb of RAM - therefore its hard to decide what is best to take with me.

EDIT: Any students on here? What would be my best bet, I'm taking computer science if it makes a difference, but I'm guessing any work I do that needs much computing power would be on a workstation, but I do not know this for sure.
#7
Link points to an item that is over £300 delivered and is NOT sold by Amazon - COLD
#8
cant get the price when ordered
#9
cold thanks nt131 ordered
#10
jjintheuk
Hmmm....I'm wanering whether to go to uni with a Laptop alone, or a netbook like this accompanies possibly by a PC.

The netbook would offer me better portability compared to my current 3.5kg laptop. However my laptop has a dual core processor and 2gb of RAM - therefore its hard to decide what is best to take with me.

EDIT: Any students on here? What would be my best bet, I'm taking computer science if it makes a difference, but I'm guessing any work I do that needs much computing power would be on a workstation, but I do not know this for sure.

Carying around a 3.5kg laptop will be the worst mistake you make. Go for the netbook and keep your laptop as a desktop replacement. :thumbsup:
#11
jjintheuk
Hmmm....I'm wanering whether to go to uni with a Laptop alone, or a netbook like this accompanies possibly by a PC.

The netbook would offer me better portability compared to my current 3.5kg laptop. However my laptop has a dual core processor and 2gb of RAM - therefore its hard to decide what is best to take with me.

EDIT: Any students on here? What would be my best bet, I'm taking computer science if it makes a difference, but I'm guessing any work I do that needs much computing power would be on a workstation, but I do not know this for sure.


would personally go for a laptop or desktop, unlss your only using it to take notes.

you will need higher processor power to run your applications fr computer science

Netbook only good for taking notes and surfing net raelly. Not for writin dissertations as it will kill your eyes!
#12
mafia
would personally go for a laptop or desktop, unlss your only using it to take notes.

you will need higher processor power to run your applications fr computer science

Netbook only good for taking notes and surfing net raelly. Not for writin dissertations as it will kill your eyes!


Why would netbook kill your eyes, are the screens on them too small ?
#13
Might as well go for the NC10 at this price...

It's much more highly respected than any of the Asus netbooks and has the same specs but longer lasting battery.
#14
in all honesty you don't need to have your laptop on you that much even when doing a computer course, you use the uni's comps as they have all the s/w you need and will use during lessons/practicals.

you will do a lot of work at home on your comp so you really don't want just a netbook, wont be good for eyes and im sure you will do web design and programming at home at times so a big screen/keyboard is better,

in all honesty it probably does have the power for most tasks if you can hook up external monitor/keyboard but i'm not sure of that
#15
stevem999
Link points to an item that is over £300 delivered and is NOT sold by Amazon - COLD


If that were true it should be expired rather than a cold vote. However the item is available for the stated price from Amazon themselves so I don't know what you're looking at.
#16
Display: 10" TFT 1024 x 600 ( WSVGA )


This netbook would be perfect if only the vertical resolution was 768 or 800

I opted for a Samsung NC20 over this (and the NC10) because I needed more screen real estate
#17
jjintheuk


EDIT: Any students on here? What would be my best bet, I'm taking computer science if it makes a difference, but I'm guessing any work I do that needs much computing power would be on a workstation, but I do not know this for sure.


Just finished 4 years of uni today. I have a desktop and a EEE PC, and I'd recommend it. It's great for taking around campus. I've used it extensively over revision period. It's great for taking to the private study area and displaying lecture slides, and previous exams on it while I take notes with a textbook etc.
#18
same, im on placement atm so dont use my netbook but last year i had a original 701 eee(apart from some downfalls fixed by the latest netbooks) it really is worth having netbook and desktop
most ppl cant afford this so they just get laptop which is best for them

but for me i live at home so got desktop at home and netbook at uni
#19
This is a great deal!!!!
I have just bought a Samsung NC20 from Amazon, and I am still awaiting delivery, but I think I will go for this deal instead, checking reviews.......
#20
I have a white one of these and it is excellent for on the move and internet access if you travel a lot.
I'd rate it at 9/10. The only problem being the bettery life reduces over time but not that much. Still get a solid 4 hours out of it.

I paid £320!
#21
robo989
Might as well go for the NC10 at this price...

It's much more highly respected than any of the Asus netbooks and has the same specs but longer lasting battery.


The Asus has better speakers and a 2 year warranty - only downside is that it is a bit chunkier than the Samsung.
#22
jjintheuk
Hmmm....I'm wanering whether to go to uni with a Laptop alone, or a netbook like this accompanies possibly by a PC.

The netbook would offer me better portability compared to my current 3.5kg laptop. However my laptop has a dual core processor and 2gb of RAM - therefore its hard to decide what is best to take with me.

EDIT: Any students on here? What would be my best bet, I'm taking computer science if it makes a difference, but I'm guessing any work I do that needs much computing power would be on a workstation, but I do not know this for sure.


brov ur laptop is havey get urself a netbook its fun i take it too uni.. got lots of porn on it though :santa:
#23
...i'll pass on this netbook, and patiently wait for my Sammy NC20 :)
#24
No more left in black! Have ordered a white version for my wife, should arrive next week. :)
#25
£304.24 + £4.50 shipping


+1 for not seeing the price your claiming....
#26
MiniChr1s
+1 for not seeing the price your claiming....


To be fair to the OP, it was £269.97 + free delivery via Amazon, now its £303.90 inc delivery from a 3rd party.

Cheers.
#27
robo989;5249994
Might as well go for the NC10 at this price...

It's much more highly respected than any of the Asus netbooks and has the same specs but longer lasting battery.

The Asus has better sound quality and a clearer screen than the NC10.
#28
Use both in work.....and it's the Samsung NC10 all day for me
#29
MINANTRA
To be fair to the OP, it was £269.97 + free delivery via Amazon, now its £303.90 inc delivery from a 3rd party.

Cheers.


Still £269.97 from Amazon.
#30
lol @ VGA port
#31
To expensive for a Netbook.Period !!
#32
jjintheuk
I'm taking computer science if it makes a difference, but I'm guessing any work I do that needs much computing power would be on a workstation, but I do not know this for sure.


E.W. Dijkstra said:
Computer Science is no more about computers than astronomy is about telescopes.


The main rules I learnt on computing were to buy what you need and not what you want, find someone who like playing recent PC games, and then buy their cast offs, and then to get a job that buys me a nice computer every so often.

Personally, I would find someone who is studying where you are planning to go and find out what you will need to use for your course from them.

Of course shiny gadgets are always nice to have right now, but if you have a fixed budget, and you don't really really need a portable computer right now, if you wait, you will get something quicker and shinier by the time you reallly do need to use it.
#33
jjintheuk
Hmmm....I'm wanering whether to go to uni with a Laptop alone, or a netbook like this accompanies possibly by a PC.

The netbook would offer me better portability compared to my current 3.5kg laptop. However my laptop has a dual core processor and 2gb of RAM - therefore its hard to decide what is best to take with me.

EDIT: Any students on here? What would be my best bet, I'm taking computer science if it makes a difference, but I'm guessing any work I do that needs much computing power would be on a workstation, but I do not know this for sure.


i've got this model, it's awesome for taking notes on in lectures and weighs very little. however, i also have a pc for my main computer needs. the battery lasts through an 8 hour day of taking notes if you need it to. if you were looking to do all your work on there though you'd have to buy a mouse to get anythign done. it's certainly powerful enough to run multiple programs and if you're tech minded you can upgrade the RAM. the CPU also overclocks to 1.8ghz when its plugged in and set to ultra high power mode.
banned#34
im just a bit confused, am i missing something, please can someone explain this one to me, what is the sudden fascination around netbooks with 8/9/10/12" screens, last year the hottest thing on here was LCD' & Plasma deals, the bigger the screen and the chepaer the price the hotter they were voted. I am now seeing smaller laptop screens (netbooks with some limitations) but at the same cost as a more powerful and bigger laptop, are netbooks/sall screen the inn thing to have now? or are the people voting this hot those that prefer portability, prefer thier laptop to be mobile as they need it on the move etc etc..are we going to see laptops evolve into much smaller sceens like the BRICK cellulars evolved into slim slick mobile phones. I just purchased the Acer 7720G, refurb of course (but that doesnt concern me as it comes with its standard 12 month warranty as in new condition) from Dixons for 380 delivered with the option to repay the balance in full within 12 months interest free.(which i will of course) after much much research i thought the spec on the laptop was brilliant and went for it, for me i dont need mobility with my laptop to be fair so it suits me as it wont take much space as a desktop would. I guess its personal preference for everyone, im not criticising people for thier choices but just trying to understand the need for goign smaller, thats all...;-)
#35
Roccostan
im just a bit confused, am i missing something, please can someone explain this one to me, what is the sudden fascination around netbooks with 8/9/10/12" screens, last year the hottest thing on here was LCD' & Plasma deals, the bigger the screen and the chepaer the price the hotter they were voted. I am now seeing smaller laptop screens (netbooks with some limitations) but at the same cost as a more powerful and bigger laptop, are netbooks/sall screen the inn thing to have now? or are the people voting this hot those that prefer portability, prefer thier laptop to be mobile as they need it on the move etc etc..are we going to see laptops evolve into much smaller sceens like the BRICK cellulars evolved into slim slick mobile phones. I just purchased the Acer 7720G, refurb of course (but that doesnt concern me as it comes with its standard 12 month warranty as in new condition) from Dixons for 380 delivered with the option to repay the balance in full within 12 months interest free.(which i will of course) after much much research i thought the spec on the laptop was brilliant and went for it, for me i dont need mobility with my laptop to be fair so it suits me as it wont take much space as a desktop would. I guess its personal preference for everyone, im not criticising people for thier choices but just trying to understand the need for goign smaller, thats all...;-)


You answered your own question. :whistling:
#36
Roccostan;5297699
im just a bit confused, am i missing something, please can someone explain this one to me, what is the sudden fascination around netbooks with 8/9/10/12" screens


As a computer engineer, scientist and open source philosopher, I can add my authoritative opinion on the recent rise and rise of the Netbook.

Netbooks are purdy.
#37
jjintheuk
Hmmm....I'm wanering whether to go to uni with a Laptop alone, or a netbook like this accompanies possibly by a PC.

The netbook would offer me better portability compared to my current 3.5kg laptop. However my laptop has a dual core processor and 2gb of RAM - therefore its hard to decide what is best to take with me.

EDIT: Any students on here? What would be my best bet, I'm taking computer science if it makes a difference, but I'm guessing any work I do that needs much computing power would be on a workstation, but I do not know this for sure.


I'm a student. Get a netbook and a desktop. I plan on doing that- my laptop is too chunky I never bother taking it anywhere :P
#38
dogger3513
To expensive for a Netbook.Period !!


I'm sorry you have your period, get some rest and put a hot water bottle on your tummy.
#39
RyCha
I'm sorry you have your period, get some rest and put a hot water bottle on your tummy.


LOL!!!!

BTW, anyone know the difference between a 1GB, DDR II SDRAM, PC2-5300, 667MHZ (200pin) module this netbook takes than an almost identical module that my Advent 4211 uses which is the same accept its a PC-5300??

Cheers.
#40
now 268.97 !

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