Asus Eee PC 1001 P CPW-BK025 Netbook, Intel Atom N450 1.66GHz, 1GB RAM, 160GB HDD,10", Windows 7 189.99 @ Play.com - HotUKDeals
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Asus Eee PC 1001 P CPW-BK025 Netbook, Intel Atom N450 1.66GHz, 1GB RAM, 160GB HDD,10", Windows 7 189.99 @ Play.com

£189.99 @ Play.Com
Asus Eee PC 1001 P CPW-BK025 Seashell Netbook Intel Atom N450 1.66GHz 1GB RAM 160GB Hard Dirve 10" Screen Windows 7 Starter Black Read More
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7y, 1m agoFound 7 years, 1 month ago
Asus Eee PC 1001 P CPW-BK025 Seashell Netbook
Intel Atom N450 1.66GHz
1GB RAM
160GB Hard Dirve
10" Screen
Windows 7 Starter
Black
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#1
hot price.

wonder how long til Play do their usual and bump the price way up.
#2
Grab this now if you need a netbook. I love mine.
#3
this is a good price- mine cost £212
#4
Great notebook for price
#5
Is this the best deal for around £200 do you reckon?
#6
Im after a Netbook. Would this handle 1080p videos and does it have HDMI output?
#7
Great price, great netbook. Sadly only the 3 cell battery, but can't have everything for this price.
#8
after one for the wife nothing too fancy just too hook up to the net and e-mails should i get her this?
#9
paul1521
after one for the wife nothing too fancy just too hook up to the net and e-mails should i get her this?


After watching a couple reviews on youtube it seems ideal for simple tasks like web browsing and emailing. Doesnt seem to handle 720p or 1080p too well though
#10
Samsung NC10 all the wayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy
#11
mikerj
Great price, great netbook. Sadly only the 3 cell battery, but can't have everything for this price.


i want it all, and i want it now
#12
I have an NC10 now with lovely 2GB in it, sails through Windows XP just lovely. And it's blue. I love it and it loves me :) Though I paid not much less than this. Notebooks are the future!

Can put it in my handbag and everything. Feeds the internet addiction :oops:
#13
anil2
Im after a Netbook. Would this handle 1080p videos and does it have HDMI output?


I have the Zoostorm Freedom mini-laptop (same processor) and it will handle nice 720p .mkv encodes.
I put a 2gb stick of RAM into it & loaded CoreAVC (which works wonders in helping tech which really shouldn't be able to handle HD do it).

I did try some 1080p in it but even setting Win Media Player Classic (which is nice cos it's easily tweaked) as best as I could it choked and stuttered too much to be worth pursuing - although I will say this much, it was close to watchable but not quite enough.

Next year I expect the deals will be on dual core Atoms and they will handle high def easily enough but meantime if you can get decent 720p .mkvs this (perhaps with the RAM upgrade - I never tried it with 1gb of RAM - and some software to help) should be ok.

(.....and I'd just point out that even tho the screen res won't give you real high def anyways the encodes sure do look crisp on mine)

One last thought on battery life (or lack of).
If a battery to upgrade is impossible to find (as I decided with my Zoostorm, couldn't find one anywhere) then why not get another standard fit one?
Beats going without any sort of back-up.
#14
Gixxerman001
I have the Zoostorm Freedom mini-laptop (same processor) and it will handle nice 720p .mkv encodes.
I put a 2gb stick of RAM into it & loaded CoreAVC (which works wonders in helping tech which really shouldn't be able to handle HD do it).

I did try some 1080p in it but even setting Win Media Player Classic (which is nice cos it's easily tweaked) as best as I could it choked and stuttered too much to be worth pursuing - although I will say this much, it was close to watchable but not quite enough.

Next year I expect the deals will be on dual core Atoms and they will handle high def easily enough but meantime if you can get decent 720p .mkvs this (perhaps with the RAM upgrade - I never tried it with 1gb of RAM - and some software to help) should be ok.

(.....and I'd just point out that even tho the screen res won't give you real high def anyways the encodes sure do look crisp on mine)

One last thought on battery life (or lack of).
If a battery to upgrade is impossible to find (as I decided with my Zoostorm, couldn't find one anywhere) then why not get another standard fit one?
Beats going without any sort of back-up.


I think the Asus EEE PC 1201N or the Compaq Mini 311c is the way to go ;-)
#15
sabz786
Samsung NC10 all the wayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy


anil2
I think the Asus EEE PC 1201N or the Compaq Mini 311c is the way to go ;-)



Arent these models quite a bit more expensive? if so isnt this deal not for the best notebook but one thats basic and good value for money ?
#16
H&R
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Asus-netbook-1-66GHz-Webcam-Windows/dp/tech-data/B0039824MC/ref=de_a_smtd
£229.00 del (still; a good deal I think)
Processor: Intel Atom N450 1.66 GHz
Operating System: Geniune Windows XP Home Edition
Display: Anti-glare 10 inch WSVGA 1024 x 600
Memory: 1 GB DDR2
Storage: 160 GB
WLAN: WiFi 802.11b/g
LAN: 10/100 Ethernet
Ports: 3 x USB 2.0, 1 x VGA, 1 x SD/MMC card reader (SDHC), 1 x Audio in, 1 x Audio out
Audio: Hi-Definition audio CODEC, Built-in stereo speaker, Built-in microphone
Camera: Integrated 0.3 MP webcam
Battery Life: Up to 11 hrs
Dimensions (WxDxH): 262 x 178 x 25.9 - 36.5 mm
Weight: 1.4 Kg
Colour: Black
Warranty: 1 Year EU Collect and Return

COCO
#17
What res is the screen on this? 1366x768?
#18
Recently purchased one from "Staples" for £179.00. Excellent Netbook.
1 Like #19
I've got the 1005p (essentially the same as this with bigger HD & battery) & posted this on the recent Argos thread.

Tomb
Playing with mine (as you do....)

Loaded my camera pics videos on (Panny TZ7) & tried to paly the HD ACVH files. Obviously without much success (choppy as hell with VLC and no Audio with Media Player..

Found this guide http://www.pcpro.co.uk/blogs/2010/02/18/how-to-play-hd-video-on-a-netbook/

Gave it a whirl - beggar me if it doesnt work a treat.

HD Video playback is pretty damn impressive - havent tried anything else apart from my Cameras vids but will download a couple more to try later.


It seems to work a treat & plays HD really quite smoothly.
#20
The cheapest N130 I can spot just now is the Argos refurb on ebay - item 330443637524

It is £169.99, has a better battery but is the older Atom - the 270. Fine for most things. It is Argos refurb and they can be very hit or miss - some people get a horrible time others strike gold.

But for under £200 for a new netbook, the OP deal is hard to better.
#22
Oh god, just ordered one, will I ever use it though is another matter.

BTW, can someone tell me how to add H&R?
#24
Argh! I've got 100 quid of play.com vouchers burning a hole in my pocket and i want a netbook but ideally i wanted the 6-cell battery
1 Like #25
Intenso
Oh god, just ordered one, will I ever use it though is another matter.

BTW, can someone tell me how to add H&R?


To heat up a deal press the red up arrow next to the current heat.
To add rep press the scales next to a persons name :thumbsup:
#26
Tomb
Yes but only if you can track one down - not many left.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/700921/eeepc-1005p-10-1in-netbook-white-11


None in Aberdeen, Perth, Dundee, north Glasgow :x
#27
None in London Area
#28
There is also the black one from Argos too.... A better deal if you can get one as it has 250gb hard drive.

http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/5082690/Trail/searchtext%3EASUS.htm
#29
winchman
There is also the black one from Argos too.... A better deal if you can get one as it has 250gb hard drive.

http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/5082690/Trail/searchtext%3EASUS.htm


The Argos one also has the 6 cell battery and bluetooth as well as the 250gb hard drive. There are still some out there- I know a white one is available in Birkenhead as we speak.
#30
anil2
I think the Asus EEE PC 1201N or the Compaq Mini 311c is the way to go ;-)


Well thanks for that.
The thing is, I was answering the question put about HD playback. :thinking:

Tomb
Found this guide http://www.pcpro.co.uk/blogs/2010/02...-on-a-netbook/

Gave it a whirl - beggar me if it doesnt work a treat.


Incredible, this guide suggested 2 changes to the ones in CoreAVC I had (deblocking & interlacing swapped from Auto to off) and I tried a 1080p .mkv in my Atom 1.66GHz Zoostorm and the little blighter managed it!
I did notice on fast panning scenes it slowed a little bit - but it wasn't a stutter and it wasn't especially intrusive.
1080p very watchable on one of these little rascals, amazing.

Thanks for that, it's very much appreciated.
#31
Thanks and rep too, Tomb for the HD playback link. I'll try it on my NC10 later.
#32
louiselouise
Thanks and rep too, Tomb for the HD playback link. I'll try it on my NC10 later.


Just a reminder in case you missed it but I swapped out the 1gb stick to a 2gb stick of RAM.
Not sure how much difference it makes but I suspect it helps a lot.
#33
I have 2 gig in it now (Hynix stick) ;-)
#34
GQ Man
Is this the best deal for around £200 do you reckon?


No, this is http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/700921/eeepc-1005p-10-1in-netbook-white-11?t=700921 IMO! if you can track one down. :thumbsup:

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