Asus EeePC 1101HA 11.6-inch Netbook (Atom Menlow Z520, 1 GB RAM, 160 GB HDD, up to 8.5 Hours Battery Life, Windows XP with Live Suite, White) £299.99 including delivery @ Amazon.co.uk - HotUKDeals
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Technical Details

Operating System: Genuine Windows XP Home (pre-installed with Windows Live Suite)
Display: 11.6 inch WXVGA (1366 x 768)
Processor: Intel Atom Z250 1.33GHz
Memory: 1Gb DDR2
Wireless Data Network: WLAN 802.11n, Bluetooth2.1 + EDR
Storage: 160Gb HDD + 10Gb Eee Storage (Eee Storage service is complimentary for the first 18 months. Registration required for extension)
Camera: 1.3M Pixel
Audio: Hi-Definition Audio CODEC, Stereo speaker, built in microphone
Ports: VGA, 3 x USB 2.0, RJ-45, Audio In, Audio Out, Card Reader (MMC/ SD(SDHC)
Battery: 6-Cell 48.84Wh Li-ion
Weight: 1.4 Kg
Colour: White

Manufacturer's Description
A mere 1 inch slim and 1.35 kg light, the uber-stylish Eee PC 1101HA Seashell is ultra portable and easy to use; so light and compact, you can take it anywhere with you. Dressed in a sparkling pearlescent "shell" casing that gives it a captivating sheen, the Eee PC 1101HA Seashell is beautiful inside and out.

The Eee PC 1101HA offers great user comfort and convenience with its ergonomic keyboard, multi-touch touchpad and instant key (for quick access to Wi-Fi and the touchpad lock). Furthermore, its 11.6 inch LED-backlit display in its compact chassis will allow you to work or travel in absolute comfort for hours on end. Its generous and convenient 170GB ASUS Hybrid Storage will enable you to store, share and access your important data anytime, anywhere.
11.6" Widescreen display with HD 1366 X768

Experience the clear and vibrant pictures and movies you've previously enjoyed on a bigger scale with the EeePC 1101HA. With the largest screen ever featured on an EeePC, its 11.6" widescreen 16:9 display provides HD-quality visuals at resolutions of up to 1366 x 768. This latest generation of LED backlit technology allows for ultra-thin, ultra-bright and energy-efficient display allowing outstanding portability and versatility. 1366 x 768 resolution allows you to view most pages without often needing to scroll left or right

8.5 hours battery life* with Super Hybrid Engine

Super Hybrid Engine and the high density Li-ion battery pack provides you with more power per charge; up to 8.5 hours* of unplugged use when you are out and about.

Super Hybrid Engine also manages your power consumption, providing you with optimal power depending on your current usage needs. To enjoy maximum battery life, simply change the default setting to the Auto Power-Saving Mode via the Super Hybrid Engine Instant Key above the keyboard.

Faster Internet Access with Wi-Fi 802.11n
Eee PC 1101HA Seashell comes with WiFi 802.11 b/g/n (draft 2.4GHz n) network connectivity for ultimate wireless accessibility and mobility.

Eee PC 1101HA features 3 x USB 2.0 ports, 1 x VGA port, 2 x Audio input/output ports, 1 x RJ-45 port, Kensington Lock port. A spring-loaded Plug-and-Play MMC/SD/SDHC flash card slot is also provided to let you easily access your digital photos and videos and expand your system storage.

Eee PC 1101HA also features a 1.3M Pixels webcam built-in and Digital Array Microphones to allow you to have clear video conversations with family and friends when even out and about.

Ergonomic keyboard for Unsurpassed Comfort
The Eee PC 1101HA Seashell's keyboard is more comfortable and less fatiguing to type on for prolonged periods. With the Multi-Touch gesture input feature, you can easily zoom in and out to view photos or read documents by just moving two fingertips apart or together on the touchpad. You can also simultaneously slide two fingertips up or down the touchpadmaking scrolling in a window easy without the use of a mouse.

Massive Storage space as 160GB HDD + 10GB** online Eee Storage

The Hybrid Storage options allow users to choose between different ways to enjoy easy access to data storage on-the-go. Users can now enjoy a built-in HDD of 160GB which allows you to store over 30,000 MP3 songs. or share them via the online Eee Storage which offers up to 10GB** of space.
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#1
I want one!
#2
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#3
Very nice battery life but NO HDMI port which is a bit silly as it has better than normal Netbook resolution.
#4
Nice unit, but slowwww processor and XP .....

Wait for N280/Ion/W7 combos in October/November :whistling:
#5
Why is it better than a 1005HA?
#6
Niouf
Why is it better than a 1005HA?


Better is a subjective word but the fact that the 1101HA has an 11.6" screen as opposed to the 1005HA's 10.1" screen makes it a more user-friendly netbook for some.
#7
macliam
Wait for N280/Ion/W7 combos in October/November :whistling:


+1
#8
Good spec, need a better price
#10
jomppa
Very nice battery life but NO HDMI port which is a bit silly as it has better than normal Netbook resolution.
hdmi on a nebook, madness
#11


both have their pros and cons - at the end of the day i guess its got to be down to the individual really

i would like the samsung as the processor could be a lot better although i dont know by how much, im sure its more than just .27ghz as its an n270 and i hear about that alot - ive never seen anything else with a z250 like this has - so either this is the latest and greatest or its older tat

but i prefer the 11.6 screen on this as opposed to the 10.1 on the samsung
i also prefer the "N" standard wireles on this as opposed to the b/g on the samsung

i guess if the processing powers not much weaker, i'd go for this - if i thought it was worth £300 - personally i think its about time we started seeing netbooks going down in price, not increasing & upto the levels that laptops are
banned#12
not bad for a secondary computer
#13
The first netbooks were the early ASUS ones at about £200 with a 900Mhz Processor, 512MB RAM, 2GB storage, Linux and a 7" Screen. When they came out you could not get a compact laptop (12" screen or less) for less than £600. Since then the two products seem to be meeting in the middle on spec and price.

Reason for this isn't really the manufacturers fault, fact is the public don't want the basic spec. It all seemed like a good idea at the time, but you soon find yourself wishing for hard disk space, battery life, screen real estate, power or even Windows. I love my Dell Mini 9, but the 8GB SSD drives me up the wall and I replaced Linux with XP in the end. When you can get a Dual Core Atom on an Ion Chipset with Windows 7 and 8hr battery life for about £300 I will probably shift my Mini on ebay and move on.
#14
sibeer
... When you can get a Dual Core Atom on an Ion Chipset ... and 8hr battery life ...


That may prove somewhat difficult to achieve without something like a 12 cell battery !

I think the netbook market is imploding with vendors not really knowing what to provide.

I took the netbook plunge with some Dell Outlet Mini 10v's and was pleasantly surprised what you could easily get for under £200 - XP, 160GB, 6-cell batteries and N Wireless. Sadly those have all gone now.

My Mini10v's easily run all the stuff I need to access the web (inc HQ YouTube) and even modest spreadsheet work. They are super quiet (no fans), have excellent 10" screens and seem very well built.

Do I really want an 11" screen with a slower CPU - no way.
#15
ir2000
ive never seen anything else with a z250 like this has - so either this is the latest and greatest or its older tat


It's actually a menlow z520 - low-power, low performance. Not old tat, just not up with the best.

A lot of manufacturers seem to be looking to the other models in the Atom series ... but this seems mainly to give long battery time. But IMHO 5 hours of decent performance will never be beaten by 8 hours of snail-pace jerky internet. :roll:
#16
The preformance is actually not really that bad its a mid range menlow, as the range is upto z540 as a complete package for this price is not bad at all, the screen size is good, i would not buy a netbook with a screen under 10 inch, my first was an acer with an 8.9 inch and i hated it.
#17
sibeer
The first netbooks were the early ASUS ones at about £200 with a 900Mhz Processor, 512MB RAM, 2GB storage, Linux and a 7" Screen. When they came out you could not get a compact laptop (12" screen or less) for less than £600. Since then the two products seem to be meeting in the middle on spec and price.


Bought an EeePC 701 when they first came out, after owning several expensive ultraportables which had a specification that exceeded my needs, not enough battery power and still too big to be truly portable.

Loved the EeePC 701 ( perfect size and so much cheaper) until I saw the EeePC 900 5 months later (larger screen, sturdier, still compact and lightweight, but c**p battery life, so not as portable).

I have owned a Samsung NC10 since last November (which in my opinion built on the positives of the EeePC 901) and it goes everywhere (abroad 3 times this year) with me and does all I want it to do.

I've had it for nearly a year and I can still see myself owning it in a year's time.
#18
I think that these netbook are getting more expensive and further away from what they were designed to do. At £300 quid you are getting very close to an entry level laptop that will beat the netbooks on most things.
I do have a netbook so I don't think they are a gimmick but I'm starting to feel that they are becoming two feature heavy, and once that happens the battery life will start to shrink, (unless they keep upgrading the battery!)
#19
Not a bad price for a screen that price
#20
Does anyone know when we are going to start seeing these with build in 3g modems?
#21
dancehallting
Does anyone know when we are going to start seeing these with build in 3g modems?
dell
#22
The one main failing with all current netbooks, and the reason HDMI is not needed is that the on board graphics and CPU cant cope with the demands of outputting HD content so if you are interested in for instance plugging one into a TV for HD iplayer then forget it as they will stutter horribly, same goes for any modern games. For just about anything else including older games they are great.
#23
sibeer
The first netbooks were the early ASUS ones at about £200 with a 900Mhz Processor, 512MB RAM, 2GB storage, Linux and a 7" Screen. When they came out you could not get a compact laptop (12" screen or less) for less than £600. Since then the two products seem to be meeting in the middle on spec and price.

Reason for this isn't really the manufacturers fault, fact is the public don't want the basic spec. It all seemed like a good idea at the time, but you soon find yourself wishing for hard disk space, battery life, screen real estate, power or even Windows. I love my Dell Mini 9, but the 8GB SSD drives me up the wall and I replaced Linux with XP in the end. When you can get a Dual Core Atom on an Ion Chipset with Windows 7 and 8hr battery life for about £300 I will probably shift my Mini on ebay and move on.


No need to get rid of ur Min9.
Just buy a WD 2.5 HDD ext for 45 quid 320Gb. Put snow leopard retail on it and use it plugged in when u want to use OSX 10.6. I have SL clean install on Mini9 with 8gb HDD. It runs just as fast on USB as OS and kills pants off Win xp on 8GB. Boots up in no time even on USB.
All drivers work, even 3g modem....all except audio but next update of netbook install will sort that out.
#24
My niece has this model and like almost every other 'netbook' it runs like a complete dog IMO. She doesn't notice (or would care) but it's price point of £300 is daft when you compare it to the least sluggish netbook on the market at that price -the NC10 from Samsung.

It also looks and feels like a £60 toy. Unlike the Samsung.

Nice resolution though.
#25
dc2447
dell



I didn't realise this was a dell! :?
#26
Fujioka
... It also looks and feels like a £60 toy ... .


TBH all netbooks are really just toys.

The move by vendors to push them upmarket to £300+ with no real improved performance is just a sign of the gullibility of big boys!

We've had the 7" era, followed by 9" and 10" - now we enter the 11" marketing push - with prices creeping up all the time.

Once ION comes - we'll see another marketing push.
#27
WARNING, ASUS offer very poor after care service
#28
jomppa
Very nice battery life but NO HDMI port which is a bit silly as it has better than normal Netbook resolution.


Does not matter what the resolution of the netbook. Once you link it to your monitor/TV it will cover the resolution of the external device... ie lcd tv 1080p it will display the full resulution. This is supported by the graphics card in the netbook and is adjustable.
#29
sibeer
The first netbooks were the early ASUS ones at about £200 with a 900Mhz Processor, 512MB RAM, 2GB storage, Linux and a 7" Screen. When they came out you could not get a compact laptop (12" screen or less) for less than £600. Since then the two products seem to be meeting in the middle on spec and price.

Reason for this isn't really the manufacturers fault, fact is the public don't want the basic spec. It all seemed like a good idea at the time, but you soon find yourself wishing for hard disk space, battery life, screen real estate, power or even Windows. I love my Dell Mini 9, but the 8GB SSD drives me up the wall and I replaced Linux with XP in the end. When you can get a Dual Core Atom on an Ion Chipset with Windows 7 and 8hr battery life for about £300 I will probably shift my Mini on ebay and move on.


Intel Atom Z250 1.33GHz is NOT dual core. Single core only and also it comes with XP not win 7.
#30
if you can wait a couple of weeks this one has iON & same price.
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/481406/pre-order-hp-mini-311-11-6-nvidia-i/

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