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Asus Eee PC700-B Surf Linux 7" 256MB 2GB £156.79

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8y, 3m agoFound 8 years, 3 months ago
Asus Eee PC700-B Surf Linux 7" 256MB 2GB solid state WLAN (XP Ready)

seems a good price, not sure if it includes delivery. next post with all the details and direct links.
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Features:
Intel Celeron M 900 MHz
2 GB SSD Hard Drive
7 WXGA (800x480) Color Shine LCD
256MB DDR II SDRAM
Linux Operating System, Compatiable with XP
#3
£159.58 for a 512Mb RAM version at ebuyer:- http://www.ebuyer.com/product/141743
#4
emasu
£159.58 for a 512Mb RAM version at ebuyer:- http://www.ebuyer.com/product/141743


good deal that i take it then?
#5
Seems pretty decent to me :thumbsup:
#6
Our local PC World has these on display (maybe a slightly different model, but in the same size case) - its worth going and seeing one in the flesh before ordering.. I wanted one but was put off by the screen size. I opted for an Advent 4211 (MSI Wind), which was more expensive though.

Look at it in PC World before coming home and ordering online cheaper :)
#7
I'm pretty sure all of these have 512mb, 256mb was going to be the original spec but that got changed before release.
#8
with these netbooks, i presume you can plug in an external 3.5" USB NTFS drive and play mp3s, flac, divx etc?

and plug in a three mobile dongle and go online with that (if you are in a non wifi area)?

and of course surf on the train with wifi?

as that might be an alternateive to lugging a full size laptop around with me if those are my main uses
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uni
with these netbooks, i presume you can plug in an external 3.5" USB NTFS drive and play mp3s, flac, divx etc?
I have plugged in an external DVD-Rom drive fine.. there should be no problems with mp3 and divx, (Flac i have no real experiance with so not sure how much cpu power listening to that use). Obviously if you are getting into HD rips, it would struggle I guess, but xvid would be fine.

uni
and plug in a three mobile dongle and go online with that (if you are in a non wifi area)?
I Have a 3mobile dongle, works fine.

uni
and of course surf on the train with wifi?
One of the reasons I bought my netbook so I hope so! (Didn't know trains did wifi, hence the 3mobile dongle!)

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