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Asus Eee PC 1001HA Seashell 1.6Ghz 1GB 160GB WinxP £199.99 @ Play

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Don't forget Quidco and/or RAC! ---------------- Processor: Intel Atom N270 1.6 GHz Memory: 1GB DDR2 SDRAM HD Capacity: 160 GB HDD Display: 10" Active Matrix Colour TFT 1024 x 600 Graphics C… Read More
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Processor: Intel Atom N270 1.6 GHz
Memory: 1GB DDR2 SDRAM
HD Capacity: 160 GB HDD
Display: 10" Active Matrix Colour TFT 1024 x 600
Graphics Card: Integrated
Operating System: Microsoft Windows XP Home
Battery Life upto 4 Hours
Sound Device: High Definition Audio support
Speakers: Built-in Stereo Speakers
Integrated Microphone: Yes
Interfaces/Ports: VGA, RJ-45, 3 x USB 2.0, Audio in/out
Media Adaptor: 2-in-1 Card Reader (MultiMedia Card, Secure Digital supported)
Network (Wired): Ethernet 10/100Mbps
Network (Wireless): IEEE 802.11 b/g/n
Camera: Integrated 0.3 MP
Battery: 3 Cell 2200 mAh
Power Supply: 36W AC Power Adaptor 100 to 240VAC, 50 to 60Hz
Form Factor: Netbook
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#1
beat me there for 15 minutes...
#2
[FONT=Verdana]It's also available from Amazon UK as well at the same price, if you want it a bit quicker or your not keen on purchasing a netbook from Play.com.

Cheers, Scotty Boy! :thumbsup:
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#3
Shame about the battery :(
#4
pay the extra about £20 to get the 1005ha which has 7+hours battery worth every penny if your buying a netbook for its true purpose, moving it around
#5
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winifer
pay the extra about £20 to get the 1005ha which has 7+hours battery worth every penny if your buying a netbook for its true purpose, moving it around


Agreed, 1005ha is well worth it for the longest battery life on a netbook I have seen. I have it with the better n280 processor, its very good!

I have seen my battery hit 8 hours with decent use and if just on standby it has above a 10 hour life!
#6
It seems that it is not as good as the Compaq mini but more expensive
#7
winifer
pay the extra about £20 to get the 1005ha which has 7+hours battery worth every penny if your buying a netbook for its true purpose, moving it around

It's an extra £40 on Play. Can you get it for £220? That sounds like a good buy.
#8
For £220 I would get the Samsung NC10 instead.
#9
awful customer services.... no e-mail support. premium rate phone support...
no thank you.....:x
1 Like #10
CuriousTurtle
It's an extra £40 on Play. Can you get it for £220? That sounds like a good buy.


I have had a look, seems they have gone up in price since i was looking before xmas, must be a reduced price because they were trying to sell as many for xmas.

Cheapest i can find now is £231.32 next day delivery at http://http://www.simplyasus.com/seashell-1005ha

Seems everywhere has lumped up the prices of the 1005ha netbooks, since some have been added with windows 7, even the ones running windows Xp like these have been lumped up aswell
#11
Samsung NC10 is the one i went for after researching lots. Went for one from currys which came up as £230 overall before xmas as had £20 off as cashback :)
banned#12
Isn't this model now discontinued?
#13
Batman2
For £220 I would get the Samsung NC10 instead.


Asus 1005ha is much better quality than the samsung, better battery too in the asus.
#14
Adidas Addict
Asus 1005ha is much better quality than the samsung, better battery too in the asus.


Care to elaborate on how the asus is better quality? :roll:
#15
Batman2
For £220 I would get the Samsung NC10 instead.


£209 after cashback. :thumbsup:
1 Like #16
winifer
I have had a look etc etc

Thanks for the reply, have some rep you saucy devil!
#17
CuriousTurtle
Thanks for the reply, have some rep you saucy devil!


Haha sorry i was not more help :thumbsup:
#18
hot asus it's great laptop producer. Personally I wouldn't go for samsung even cheaper as I have had bad experience with them.
#19
Adidas Addict
Asus 1005ha is much better quality than the samsung, better battery too in the asus.


Having had an asus and now owning an nc10 i strongly disagree with this!
#20
winifer
Care to elaborate on how the asus is better quality? :roll:


Better build, better materials, more modern design (I guess this is a taste thing) and battery lasts longer (not only in hours but seems NC10's battery's deplete very quickly when used over a few months)
banned#21
I have to say the asus seashells do look rather nice.
Nicer than the sammys anyway.
#22
They are all basically identical anyway, all have the same components inside them, hence all the same specs, the only thing thats differene between the majority is the battery life, but thats only down to the number of cells inside them
#23
littel helper
awful customer services.... no e-mail support. premium rate phone support...
no thank you.....:x


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#24
Adidas Addict
Asus 1005ha is much better quality than the samsung, better battery too in the asus.


If they both have 6 cell batteries then how can the Samsung one be worse, it gets loads of good reviews online especially for it's battery life of about 7 hours or so.
#25
my nc10 is doing 5 hours+ on max performance and screen on full brightness running 5 programs right now, so on the lowest setting that all these battery tests r done on, would be 7hours+ probably close to the 1005ha
#26
IamI
It seems that it is not as good as the Compaq mini but more expensive

Agreed. Just got one of theose on the £179 CPW deal and delighted with it. Well made with an excellent keyboard and screen.
#27
This site is full of personal opinions on quality based on a sample of one, which is OK. However, you need to look at statistically valid surveys to get a broader picture, though of course you could still be very lucky/unlucky with your single purchase.

Which? surveys put Sony and Apple top, Samsung and Toshiba pretty good, HP/Compaq a little below and Acer lower still (though not awful). Sorry, can't recall where Asus came but it wasn't at the top.
#28
I got the 1005 model it is is fantastic
really recommend this laptop as well
#29
Besford
Acer make some attractive kit but I'm afraid posters who claim they are better quality are simply wrong. Which? surveys put Acer lower down the reliability list and with poorer customer service. Sony and Apple are top, Samsung and Toshiba pretty good, HP/Compaq a little below and Acer lower still (though not awful). Sorry, can't recall where Asus came but it wasn't at the top.

This site is full of personal opinions based on a sample of one, which is OK. However, you need to look at statistically valid surveys to get a broader picture, though of course you could still be very lucky/unlucky with your single purchase.


Ahem, big fail right there lol

We are talking about [SIZE="7"]Asus[/SIZE]

Acer are pish, Asus are a whole different thing.
#30
Adidas Addict
Ahem, big fail right there lol

We are talking about [SIZE="7"]Asus[/SIZE]

Acer are pish, Asus are a whole different thing.

You're right - sorry.

Post amended but the point about drawing conclusions on a sample of one remains valid. Asus don't come out top in reliability surveys. Actually, if you don't want to pay the silly money demanded by Sony and Apple your next best options are Toshiba and Samsung.
#31
Besford
You're right - sorry.

Post amended but the point about drawing conclusions on a sample of one remains valid. Asus don't come out top in reliability surveys. Actually, if you don't want to pay the silly money demanded by Sony and Apple your next best options are Toshiba and Samsung.


Well I can only speak for myself in saying that I would put my money into an Asus over a samsung or toshiba every time. Although personally I only use apple computers.
#32
its a matter of opinion, so don't even bother argueing over it. Some people prefer the samsung, some people prefer the asus. Me though liked both equally but couldn't find any shops to have a look and feel of the asus so plumpted for the samsung
#33
You are of course right, personal opinion is a major thing. Having made a number of pc's from scratch, there is only one manufacturer that I have never had component failure on the motherboards, or driver conflicts, and that is ASUS. I bought an AJP laptop (re-badged and designed based on ASUS) 5 years ago, still running perfect, except for the battery... but they were all bad in those days. Heat added.

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