Asus EEE PC 1000H Series Notebook PC Intel Atom 1.6GHz 1024MB 160GB 10 inch LCD Linux LAN WLAN BT (Black) - £268.79 @ Oyyy (Inc VAT and Delivery) - HotUKDeals
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Ok, I'm sure I'm not missing anything here. This item is cheaper than the 80GB version on the website.

Here is the spec.

Intel 1.6 GHz Atom Processor
1024 MB Memory
160GB Hard Disk Drive
10 inch 1024 x 600 LCD TFT
Web Cam In-built (1.3M Pixel)
Linux Operating System, Compatible with XP

VGA Port
RJ-45 Port
3 x USB 2.0 Ports
1 x Microphone In Jack
2-in-1 Card Reader
Bluetooth
1.3 Megapixels Camera
Battery Life
Up to 7 Hours

Dimensions
22.5 cm(W) x 16.4 cm(D) x 3.5 cm(H) - Weight 1.45 kg

NOTE: The White one is a couple of quid cheaper as well!
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#1
The 80GB version has Windows XP as the operating system which adds a fair bit to the price.
#2
stephenashforth
The 80GB version has Windows XP as the operating system which adds a fair bit to the price.


Ah ok, I didn't spot that!
#3
That's a lot cheaper than the 904HA that's advertised on Amazon UK and on Play.com UK!

Well worth a look at this one unless I can get my hands on a Dell Mini 9 for £99.00p! ;-)

Cheers, Scotty Boy! :thumbsup:
#4
Scotty Boy
That's a lot cheaper than the 904HA that's advertised on Amazon UK and on Play.com UK!

Well worth a look at this one unless I can get my hands on a Dell Mini 9 for £99.00p! ;-)

Cheers, Scotty Boy! :thumbsup:


Hehe, yes, well I had my cancellation letter from Dell this evening :( so I went a-hunting for another deal :thumbsup:
#5
Leightong
Hehe, yes, well I had my cancellation letter from Dell this evening :( so I went a-hunting for another deal :thumbsup:


At least you got your foot in the door mate, I was far to late! :?

I must admit this does look a good deal, so I'm off to do some digging around to get some price comparisons but I'm thinking about putting in an order this weekend - thanks for the poster for creating this thread! :)

Cheers, Scotty Boy! :thumbsup:
#6
cAN SOMEBODY EXPLAIN TO ME THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN LINUX AND WINDOWSXP I USE WINDOWS ARE WINDOWS BETTER THAN LINUX OR VICE VERSA AND IM LOOKING FOR A LAPTOP MYSELF AT THE MIN CAN ANYBODY TELL ME IF THERES ANY COMPARISON WEBSITES I CAN GO ON TO FIND THE CHEAPEST LAPTOP SOMETHING SIMILAR TO FIND-DVD.CO.UK THAT FINDS YOU THE CHEAPEST DVD IS THERE ANYTHING LIKE THAT FOR LAPTOPS ON THE WEB

THANKS FOR ANY HELP
#7
truereddevil
cAN SOMEBODY EXPLAIN TO ME THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN LINUX AND WINDOWSXP I USE WINDOWS ARE WINDOWS BETTER THAN LINUX OR VICE VERSA AND IM LOOKING FOR A LAPTOP MYSELF AT THE MIN CAN ANYBODY TELL ME IF THERES ANY COMPARISON WEBSITES I CAN GO ON TO FIND THE CHEAPEST LAPTOP SOMETHING SIMILAR TO FIND-DVD.CO.UK THAT FINDS YOU THE CHEAPEST DVD IS THERE ANYTHING LIKE THAT FOR LAPTOPS ON THE WEB

THANKS FOR ANY HELP


Well windows only comes in one version. There are several iterations but they all work the same way.

Linux operating systems on the other hand come in lots of different versions (distributions/distros) that often work and look different so it's impossible to give you a simple comparison.

Perhaps the most important point though is that windows programs don't work* on linux and vice-versa so you may have to find new programs. However, many of the most popular programs like skype, openoffice, opera, thunderbird and firefox have Linux versions.

*It is possible to try and run windows programs using something called Wine but it's not seamless.

As to finding the cheapest laptop, it's like finding the cheapest DVD. You could probably do so but there's no guarantee the film on it would be any good. If you want to look at a range of laptop then somewhere that sells lots of them like http://www.laptopsdirect.co.uk/ would be a good place to start.
#8
I took possession of mine yesterday.
the delivery was fast, although I did have to email the customer support for an update, as I'd only had confirmation via Google checkout and not the actual company.
They emailed me back promptly and I soon received my tracking info, followed by the eee itself.

I have to say it's a fantastic piece of kit.
Very well made and the performance is blinding.
I've already installed WinXP pro (not keen on Linux) and it runs perfectly.

*Thumbs Up*
#9
Only £287.49 for the XP version.
#10
Jefft
Only £287.49 for the XP version.


Aye, would have paid the extra but I already have a copy of Windows XP Pro from my old pc so I thought I'd save to 20 quid :thumbsup:

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