Have reposted this because the deal is still on, my quidco tracked within a couple of hours.
£349 delivered, with option for 5% Quidco - Possibly £331.55 for a laptop that's been posted as a bargain for ~£400!
Description from the site:
Hand picked for its stamina, the ASUS UL30A boasts a massive 9 hour battery life!
This slender Windows® 7 laptop takes efficiency to the next level with its Ultra Low Voltage (ULV) Intel® Celeron Dual Core processor.
UL30As performance is enhanced by a generous 3GB RAM and Asus exclusive GraphiX Boost technology, which offers seamless multitasking support.
Pop the UL30A into your briefcase or backpack and take it with you on long journeys at just 1.7kg in weight and less than 1 inch thick this is one laptop that wont weigh you down.
Discover a more user-friendly interface. The brand new Windows® 7 Home Premium operating system is easy to get to grips with, adept at performance management and can be personalised with your own unique settings.
Designed with users in mind, the Asus UL30A features a multi-gesture touchpad which supports pinch-to-zoom and allows you to navigate web pages by sliding your finger across the pad!
Watch TV, view presentations or take in a blockbuster movie while on the train or in the park! UL30As 13.3 inch TFT screen is surprisingly large for such a compact machine, and the integrated Altec Lansing® speakers are enhanced by SRS Premium Sound technology for intense music playback.
With Wi-Fi enabling, three USB ports and a massive 320GB hard drive big enough to store over 100,000 photos; the Asus UL30A is one of the most well-equipped ULV laptops on the market.
Normally the Asus UL30A has the intel SU7300 core 2 duo processor - this one has the intel SU2300 celeron.
The clock speed of the Celeron is about 8% slower, it has a third the cache, and costs about 50% of the price of the SU7300 while using the same power. Although the clock speed is 8% slower - the loss of cache and processor design will make a far greater difference than this.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Consumer_Ultra-Low_Voltage#Dual-Core_Processors