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ASUEEE701MINI
ONLY £154.76
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8GB hard drive
512MB memory
Windows XP home operating system
Intel Celeron processor 7 inch screen size
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#1
Looks poor when compared to the Acer Aspire One available from ASDA.

Sorry, cold from me.
#2
dosent say much about it? ie bluetooth,webcam,wireless?
#3
Has both wireless and webcam i think.

Linux version £179.00 at toysrus so does not include price of xp

WLAN: 802.11 b/g
Webcam: Integrated Webcam (0.3 Mega Pixels)
Ports: 3 USB 2.0, 1.0 VGA, 1x SD/MMC Card reader (SDHC) 1x Audio in, 1x Audio out
Audio: Hi-Definition Audio CODEC, Built-in stereo speaker, Built-in microphone
Weight 0.92KG
#4
[FONT="Verdana"]It has a webcam and wireless card (PCI-E) present within it from what I can remember - unfortunately this was posted previously within the last month I think but I could be wrong.

Hopefully it will go down further in price to make it a cheap & better buy as a backup to your main computer system for travel on the road.

Cheers, Scotty Boy! :thumbsup:[/FONT]
#5
You'd be pi$$ed if you bought a netbook without wireless wouldn't you... :p
#6
wulshaz
dosent say much about it? ie bluetooth,webcam,wireless?


Make an effort and look then.

"
Operating System Genuine Windows® XP Home
Display 7"
Intel CPU & Chipset Intel® Celeron M 353
Color Black
WLAN Supports 802.11b/g
Memory 512 MB (DDR2)
Hybrid Storage 8GB Solid State Drive
External 30GB HDD (optional)

10GB Eee Storage
*Eee Storage service is complimentary for the first 18 months. Please register account information for 6 months extension (depend on country)

Camera 0.3M Pixel
Audio Hi-Definition audio
Stereo speaker
Microphone
Battery XP: 3.5 hrs*

Weight 0.905 Kg "
#7
I bought this for my son last week. I didn't post it on here because people are so rude for new posters.

It's a great little machine and suits the need perfectly. I think it's a good price for what it is. Voted hot.
#8
if it has xp then its probably the best detail available at the mo
#9
Waterboy8535
Make an effort and look then.

"
Operating System Genuine Windows® XP Home
Display 7"
Intel CPU & Chipset Intel® Celeron M 353
Color Black
WLAN Supports 802.11b/g
Memory 512 MB (DDR2)
Hybrid Storage 8GB Solid State Drive
External 30GB HDD (optional)

10GB Eee Storage
*Eee Storage service is complimentary for the first 18 months. Please register account information for 6 months extension (depend on country)

Camera 0.3M Pixel
Audio Hi-Definition audio
Stereo speaker
Microphone
Battery XP: 3.5 hrs*

Weight 0.905 Kg "


DO NOT BE SO CHEEKY when i post a deal i give as much detail as possible and i look for as much detail as possible in return ok? and for your information if you look at my posts and feedback i certainly do make an effort also :x
#10
This VS the Acer

Negatives:
Older processor
2" Smaller screen
152GB less storage

Positives:
Comes licenced with XP as standard.

That's the only real positive I can see, and for the normal person who would prefer to just buy and use, no messing around, this is definitely a good deal.

If your more tech savvy, plan to be doing more than typing a single document or browsing a couple of pages at a time then go for the Acer instead.

Both good deals...just depends on what you want to get out of it. Personally I'd go for the Acer anyway for bigger screen and storage.
#11
according to carphone warehouse website it does indeed have Windows XP. and a better Celeron M Processor (not an intel atom) i think!

http://www.mydigitallife.info/2008/03/08/intel-atom-initial-benchmarking-data-vs-pentium-and-celeron-m-processors-before-official-release/
#12
wulshaz
DO NOT BE SO CHEEKY when i post a deal i give as much detail as possible and i look for as much detail as possible in return ok? and for your information if you look at my posts and feedback i certainly do make an effort also :x


It was the guys first post!!!

You could've just said it seemed and ok deal or not, and maybe given some subtle advice as to linking deals and what to add in future rather than just say "dosent say much about it? ie bluetooth,webcam,wireless?"

It works both ways:?
#13
Waterboy8535
It was the guys first post!!!

You could've just said it seemed and ok deal or not, and maybe given some subtle advice as to linking deals and what to add in future rather than just say "dosent say much about it? ie bluetooth,webcam,wireless?"

It works both ways:?

and who are you to assume what i should say? whether its a 1st post or not! you are the one i brand cheeky and no one else so let me make that clear!
#14
and ps i voted hot!
#15
ptdborth
You'd be pi$$ed if you bought a netbook without wireless wouldn't you... :p


[FONT="Verdana"]Hell yeah!!!! :p[/FONT]
#16
UberTiger
This VS the Acer

Negatives:
Older processor
2" Smaller screen
152GB less storage

Positives:
Comes licenced with XP as standard.

That's the only real positive I can see, and for the normal person who would prefer to just buy and use, no messing around, this is definitely a good deal.

If your more tech savvy, plan to be doing more than typing a single document or browsing a couple of pages at a time then go for the Acer instead.

Both good deals...just depends on what you want to get out of it. Personally I'd go for the Acer anyway for bigger screen and storage.


[FONT="Verdana"]Additional positives are its an 8GB PCI-E SSD (which can be upgraded based upon the feedback I'm seeing at the ASUS EEE User Community website & forum) so it will be good for use on the move plus it & the physical memory can be easily upgraded by a panel on the bottom of the laptop itself.

Cheers, Scotty Boy! :thumbsup:[/FONT]
#17
You missed, smaller, longer battery life, solid state hard drive,not mechanical. These are important to some people.
Also Acer Aspire One at Asda shows as £198 (with Linux O/S) compared to this (with Win XP) at £154, a 28% increase.
I have both, and both work well, depends what you really want.
This deal is hot at the price even though Acer is probably a better machine in screen size and processor.
#18
True dat
#19
flyingalan
You missed, smaller, longer battery life, solid state hard drive,not mechanical. These are important to some people.
Also Acer Aspire One at Asda shows as £198 (with Linux O/S) compared to this (with Win XP) at £154, a 28% increase.
I have both, and both work well, depends what you really want.
This deal is hot at the price even though Acer is probably a better machine in screen size and processor.


[FONT="Verdana"]Agree on your points - only catch is that the average non-technical user will want there space to copy over music & movie media, which unfortunately the 8GB PCI-E SSD will not be able to accommodate in bulk unless you purchase large capacity SDHC cards or external disk storage.

Cheers, Scotty Boy! :thumbsup:[/FONT]

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