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Asus UL30A, 13.3, 1.7Kg, CULV dual-core, 10 hour battery, 320GB, 3GB, Win7. Now reduced to £349.00 at CPW

£349.00 @ Carphone Warehouse
Originally posted by me some while ago at £399 and reposted recently Now £349. 5% Quidco picked for its stamina. The ASUS UL30A is our longest longest ultra thin laptop The Asus UL30A is a … Read More
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Originally posted by me some while ago at £399 and reposted recently

Now £349. 5% Quidco

picked for its stamina. The ASUS UL30A is our longest longest ultra thin laptop

The Asus UL30A is a hardworking machine developed for hardworking people.

Revolutionary Ultra Low Voltage technology (ULV) paired with an exclusive Asus GraphiX Boost ensures the UL30A is capable of delivering up to nine hours of battery life without compromising performance.

The energy efficient Intel® Celeron Dual Core processor is also designed to save power. Together with the 3GB RAM, the UL30A will run smoothly, letting you open many files simultaneously, without the worry of stalling or crashing.

Lightweight at 1.7kg, and slim at less than 1 inch thick, the UL30A is designed to take anywhere. Its tasteful brushed aluminium finish makes it a classic, and an item you will be proud to show off at meetings or the local coffee shop.

The brand new Windows® 7 Home Premium operating system is installed, giving you the freedom to choose how you want your desktop to be organised and is also faster at finding the information you need.

Watch, play and record TV, view presentations and movies on the 13.3 inch LED active matrix TFT screen and, thanks to Altec Lansing® and SRS Premium Sound, you will have an all-round entertainment package that sounds great.
Originally posted by me at £399. and subsequently reposted recently but now reduced by £50. Quidco 5%.


It also sports integrated WiFi cabability, three USB ports and a massive 320GB hard drive that is big enough to store over 100,000 photos!

Not only is the Asus UL30A a stylish and ultra-portable notebook, it is designed with users in mind. It features a multi-gesture touchpad so you can zoom in and out of pictures via pinching, or navigate up and down pages by sliding your finger.

At work or on the go, the Asus UL30A will keep you connected all day long.
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#1
Nice deal. :thumbsup:
#2
This was a good deal at £399 and is even better now.

OP - You may want to add the description to the title from your first post.
#3
AMAZING DEAL!!!
about £50 (ish) more then a decent netbook, but well over £50 better!
THis is going to be very hot indeed
#4
MKICampaign
This was a good deal at £399 and is even better now.

OP - You may want to add the description to the title from your first post.


Thanks - sorry - getting lazy...
#5
Graphic?
#6
ro888
Graphic?


Intel 4500MHD integrated graphics.

Several reviews around - one here.
#7
Ordered this earlier. Should get £17.45 quidco all going well.
#8
the only thing off putting being

Intel® Celeron Dual Core processor

weak weak processor
#9
adam2116
the only thing off putting being

Intel® Celeron Dual Core processor

weak weak processor


Actually it's the same processor as the CULV Dual core pentiums with the exception of having half the amount of cache. With a lower powered cpu like this it wont make that much real world difference. Much better than Atoms. Does the job.
#10
Super Hot from me. WOW What a deal, dual core processor, ample ram and decent size hard drive. Very good reviews too. Sadly, I allready bought a mini laptop but Heat added from me. Noticed they just put the price down too.
#11
is these wifi N? Anyone ordered from one previous can comment?
#12
This is a bargain! I would of tried buying it again had i not bought the hp 311! :(

and yes it does wifi n according to specs
#13
anyone knows if you get an oem Windows 7 installation CD?
#14
I want one. A stop-gap between a Netbook & Laptop.
#15
mmmm, what do I go for this or http://tinyurl.com/yc5vx5h as reckon I only need a netbook as only really surf, but never used a netbook and wonder if i'll be dissapointed, if going for the lesser option!

??????????????
#16
Does this have a CD/DVD drive? Thanks
#17
Amazing deal, ordered. (So glad I didn't order a fortnight ago at £399 lol)
#18
Faith in Jesus
Does this have a CD/DVD drive? Thanks


I was about to order, then remembered it doesn't.... :?
#19
BTW, heat and REP added
#20
Quicklite
I was about to order, then remembered it doesn't.... :?


ooo- was going to order but not sure now... :?
#21
Darthchaffinch
ooo- was going to order but not sure now... :?


Just extra weight and size, can't remember the last time I used an optical drive on a laptop.
#22
Sorry to play the same tune here but would anybody be able to run a DPC latency check for me on one of these? I tried in CPW but they're locked even to the staff (admin process locked)?

http://www.thesycon.de/dpclat/dpclat.exe

Cheers!
#23
Adidas Addict
Just extra weight and size, can't remember the last time I used an optical drive on a laptop.


true, very true....tempted...
#24
Darthchaffinch
true, very true....tempted...


My quidco just tracked at £17.45, this is cheaper than 12" netbooks and twice the spec and speed.:thumbsup:
#25
johnraggett
mmmm, what do I go for this or http://tinyurl.com/yc5vx5h as reckon I only need a netbook as only really surf, but never used a netbook and wonder if i'll be dissapointed, if going for the lesser option!

??????????????


I had Asus 1005ha Netbook as I only browse but it wasn't enough - youtube and other flash videos sucked on it, then I bought a larger very powerfull laptop... but that was too bulky and heavy. This seems like a good inbetweener!
#26
Just run DPC on mine and it says it should have no problem streaming HD video/audio without dropouts :>
#27
hi can you advise were the 2 year warranty is stated and is it any good, thanks
#28
holidaykev
hi can you advise were the 2 year warranty is stated and is it any good, thanks


its 1 yr
#29
Asus UL30A, 13.3, 1.7Kg, CULV dual-core, 10 hour battery, 2 year warranty, 320GB, 3GB, Win7. Now reduced to £349 at CPW:??????????????????
#30
holidaykev
Asus UL30A, 13.3, 1.7Kg, CULV dual-core, 10 hour battery, 2 year warranty, 320GB, 3GB, Win7. Now reduced to £349 at CPW:??????????????????


Yeah I know its confusing - I was hoping for 2 yr as well but everyone who has bought one says it has stickers everywhere saying 1 yr warranty.
#31
If it doesn't come with DVD/CD drive you can always buy external once...price decent for portable laptop....

likes once here..
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/180607
#32
Still looks like a very good buy,I wonder how the author got 2 Years?
#33
where did you guys get the idea of 2 years warranty?

I have some questions that hopefully any owner of this laptop can answer me
1. how many hours of battery you get in average usage?
2. Do you find the touch pad difficult to use? like because the pad is flush with the hand rest level?
3. Does Asus includes a Windows 7 DVD for me to reinstall in case I messed up something?
4. Do you have any weak wifi connection problem? or getting drop out easily?

thanks
#34
Wowzers Good deal. Been pining for an i5 13 incher, but there's no way I need an i5, this shows 909 on cpubenchmark.net, and this almost half the price of an i5.

Don't need the weight of the optical drive, when I do, I'll carry an external..

Sweet...

Mr %
#35
I was going to order this at 399 but then realised it aint the same as a lot of the UL30A reviews. Most refer to the one with the 8cell 12 hour battery, 4gb RAM instead of 3 and the better processor (SU7300). So I went for this one instead at £555 delivered. Didnt seem as big a gap between 400 and 550 at the time but now that this is £350 this is a complete steal. Now I'm struggling to justify the difference for a slightly better CPU, battery life and ram :D
#36
darrylb;8258214
Didnt seem as big a gap between 400 and 550 at the time but now that this is £350 this is a complete steal. Now I'm struggling to justify the difference for a slightly better CPU, battery life and ram :D


Dude, the su7300 is only 995 on passmarkcpu.net, cf. 909. 1 gig extra mem, which 32 bit win struggle to use. Not sure about battery life...

350 is more than a complete steal....cf 500...deffo not worth the extra money....
#37
apologies for being dim: this is classified by some review sites as a notebook; I want to use this for web and MS Office- can I do this?

http://forum.notebookreview.com/showthread.php?p=5324083
#38
Darthchaffinch
apologies for being dim: this is classified by some review sites as a notebook; I want to use this for web and MS Office- can I do this?

http://forum.notebookreview.com/showthread.php?p=5324083

It is a notebook, an ultra portable one, yes it will do those things with ease.
#39
potatouk
It is a notebook, an ultra portable one, yes it will do those things with ease.


cheers! :thumbsup:
#40
How much do people reckon the new Asus UL30 JT (which will have either the I5 or I7 processor + graphics chip) will go for when they come out soon? Cant decide whether to go for this or wait.....

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