DELL 11.6 inch Inspiron Z11 Win 7 home premium mini laptop £284.99@maplins - HotUKDeals
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This is £299 you get a £15 discount voucher (over £200 spend)when u register with site. Or £25 voucher if over £300 (£275)

This is not a netbook it's a mini laptop with full windows 7, not windows 7 starter. it also has 2gig of ram (ddr2) so not under powered and slow like the 1gig netbooks. also has a HDMI port (not on netbooks) and a higher resolution screen so no more scrolling or zooming in and out. screen is also larger (11.6" HD Widescreen (1366x768)) so all the portabilty advantages of an netbook with the power, facilities and speed of a laptop. This also cheaper than most netbooks too. I have a 10" netbook samsung n220 £330.

Dell Inspiron Z11 notebook, perfect for students and home users
11.6" HD Widescreen (1366x768)
Intel® Celeron™ 743 1.3GHz CPU
250GB Hard Drive
Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium
2GB DDR2 Memory
Intel GS45 Graphics
Built in Wi-Fi perfect for wireless internet access
Integrated 1.3MP webcam
3 x USB 2.0, RJ45 10/100, Mic Input, Headphone Output
Built in Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g
Built in SD Card Reader
HDMI Output
Easy Touch Keyboard
Battery gives 6 hours mains free operation
12 Month Warranty
The ultra low voltage (ULV) Dell Inspiron 11 is a brand new type of laptop, powered by energy efficient Intel Celeron processor.
So slim and light you can carry it anywhere, the Inspiron 11 weighs just 1.3kg and runs for up to 6 hours without being recharged.
Dell''s very first ULV laptop is much more powerful than a netbook, yet lighter and more affordable than a standard laptop.
The Inspiron 11z is packed with impressive features, including a whopping 250GB hard disk drive for storing around 200 HD movies or 64,000 songs.
The Inspiron 11''s crisp, 11.6" HD screen displays images in stunning, razor-sharp detail and makes watching movies a real treat.
When you want to share movies or video stored on your laptop with friends you can hook it up to your TV using the HDMI port.
Speedy Wi-Fi internet, three USB ports, Ethernet and a memory card reader all come in handy, and the integrated webcam makes messaging more fun.
The Inspiron 11 comes with Windows 7 Home Premium, which helps you make the most of your laptop by keeping it protected and running smoothly.
A full-fat, portable PC at a fraction of the weight & cost.


SpecificationSystem Dell Inspiron Z11 Netbook
Operating system Genuine Windows 7 Home Premium
Processor Type Intel Celeron
Processor speed 1.3GHz
Memory Size 2 GB
Hard Drive Capacity 250 GB
Screen Size/Type 11.6" Widescreen
Screen resolution 1366 x 768
Graphics Card Type Intel GS45
Wireless Enabled YES
No. of USB Connections 3
Card Reader SD
TV Output HDMI
Web Cam 1.3MP webcam
Weight 1.3 kg
Colour Black
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#1
This spec is different to the one in the dell website (they only ship with the awful windows vista errr yuck!!
http://images.maplin.co.uk/full/A23JY_1.jpg
http://images.maplin.co.uk/full/A23Jy_2.jpg
if you have a maplins catalogue they have discount vouchers in there too. £15 for spends over £300 so £285 plus further 4% off if you bring a student (£272.99). (instore only)
#2
Here's the direct link
Order Code: A23JY
#3
Why do those Maplin links always point to batteries?

http://www.maplin.co.uk/Module.aspx?ModuleNo=387999
#4
I don't really agree with your not a netbook assesment,

an OS does not make it not a netbook.
Lots of netbooks have 2 gig of ram
lots of netbooks have screens at this res
HDMI on a netbook is not uncommon

The only thing not netbookish about it is that it isn't using an Atom processor, but then the eeePC 701 used a celeron too.
#5
jamesdew
I don't really agree with your not a netbook assesment, an OS does not make it not a netbook.Lots of netbooks have 2 gig of ramlots of netbooks have screens at this resHDMI on a netbook is not uncommonThe only thing not netbookish about it is that it isn't using an Atom processor, but then the eeePC 701 used a celeron too.
its almost 2" bigger than a netbook the screen resolution is a lot better too at 1366x768 compare to a net books 1024x768, netbooks are shipped with win7 starter which is rather limited. atom processors are very slow too. all the netbooks i see are shipped with 1gig ram. so by the time you've upgraded the ram and windows you are looking at adding another £100+ and invalidated the warranty by openning the casing.
#6
pet2000
Why do those Maplin links always point to batteries?http://www.maplin.co.uk/Module.aspx?ModuleNo=387999

Thanks;) i was thinking that too. very strange
#7
mmuw

its almost 2" bigger than a netbook the screen resolution is a lot better too at 1366x768 compare to a net books 1024x768, netbooks are shipped with win7 starter which is rather limited. atom processors are very slow too. all the netbooks i see are shipped with 1gig ram. so by the time you've upgraded the ram and windows you are looking at adding another £100+


I guess it doesn't really matter if it's a netbook or a laptop if it suits your needs. It certainly does look good for the price. However, people like myself have to decide if it's worth the extra £120ish more than this :

MSi Wind Deal

That has XP Home (so no need to have windows 7 IMHO) and an extra 1GB RAM can be had for about £12.

The extra screen size would be welcome... but the MSi has an extra years warranty and bluetooth going for it. Interestingly, despite the DELL having a larger screen, the weight is the same as the MSI (assuming the DELL weight includes the battery) which is impressive.

You pays your money and takes your choice....
#8
mmuw
jamesdew
I don't really agree with your not a netbook assesment, an OS does not make it not a netbook.Lots of netbooks have 2 gig of ramlots of netbooks have screens at this resHDMI on a netbook is not uncommonThe only thing not netbookish about it is that it isn't using an Atom processor, but then the eeePC 701 used a celeron too.

its almost 2" bigger than a netbook the screen resolution is a lot better too at 1366x768 compare to a net books 1024x768, netbooks are shipped with win7 starter which is rather limited. atom processors are very slow too. all the netbooks i see are shipped with 1gig ram. so by the time you've upgraded the ram and windows you are looking at adding another £100+ and invalidated the warranty by openning the casing.


You say "a netbook" like all netbooks have 9" screens and 1024x768 resolutions. there are a whole range of netbooks on the market. And you say "netbooks are shipped with windows 7 starter" like there are no netbooks shipped with linux or XP when in fact many are.

Besides, the processor is this is not very good, take a look at this review.

http://www.notebookreview.com/default.asp?newsID=5232&p=2

and this benchmark shows that this celeron is actually quite a lot slower than the Atoms

http://www.cpubenchmark.net/cpu_lookup.php?cpu=Intel+Celeron+743+%40+1.30GHz

For me the defining characteristic that makes this a netbooks is it's lack of optical drive.
#9
jamesdew
mmuw
jamesdew
I don't really agree with your not a netbook assesment, an OS does not make it not a netbook.Lots of netbooks have 2 gig of ramlots of netbooks have screens at this resHDMI on a netbook is not uncommonThe only thing not netbookish about it is that it isn't using an Atom processor, but then the eeePC 701 used a celeron too.
its almost 2" bigger than a netbook the screen resolution is a lot better too at 1366x768 compare to a net books 1024x768, netbooks are shipped with win7 starter which is rather limited. atom processors are very slow too. all the netbooks i see are shipped with 1gig ram. so by the time you've upgraded the ram and windows you are looking at adding another £100+ and invalidated the warranty by openning the casing.
You say "a netbook" like all netbooks have 9" screens and 1024x768 resolutions. there are a whole range of netbooks on the market. And you say "netbooks are shipped with windows 7 starter" like there are no netbooks shipped with linux or XP when in fact many are.Besides, the processor is this is not very good, take a look at this review.http://www.notebookreview.com/default.asp?newsID=5232&p=2and this benchmark shows that this celeron is actually quite a lot slower than the Atomshttp://www.cpubenchmark.net/cpu_lookup.php?cpu=Intel+Celeron+743+%40+1.30GHzFor me the defining characteristic that makes this a netbooks is it's lack of optical drive.

:{ Your attention to detail is fantastic. you must be amazing to live with very Pedantic. what are you going to do next correct my spelling? btw your links dont work. and although this is a ulv single core celeron it is still faster than any current netbook on the martket with win7 starter, XP HOME, LINUX and VISTA....

Btw I'll let you win, lets call it a netbook...whispers a netbook without a atom processor and but has hdmi and a highres screen

The only bad review i read was shipped with vista, as with most vista pc's including dual cores the run pretty slow. btw the one you get from the dell website the 11z is identical except add approx £100 more and its shipped with VISTA.
#10
mmuw
jamesdew
mmuw
jamesdew
I don't really agree with your not a netbook assesment, an OS does not make it not a netbook.Lots of netbooks have 2 gig of ramlots of netbooks have screens at this resHDMI on a netbook is not uncommonThe only thing not netbookish about it is that it isn't using an Atom processor, but then the eeePC 701 used a celeron too.
its almost 2" bigger than a netbook the screen resolution is a lot better too at 1366x768 compare to a net books 1024x768, netbooks are shipped with win7 starter which is rather limited. atom processors are very slow too. all the netbooks i see are shipped with 1gig ram. so by the time you've upgraded the ram and windows you are looking at adding another £100+ and invalidated the warranty by openning the casing.
You say "a netbook" like all netbooks have 9" screens and 1024x768 resolutions. there are a whole range of netbooks on the market. And you say "netbooks are shipped with windows 7 starter" like there are no netbooks shipped with linux or XP when in fact many are.Besides, the processor is this is not very good, take a look at this review.http://www.notebookreview.com/default.asp?newsID=5232&p=2and this benchmark shows that this celeron is actually quite a lot slower than the Atomshttp://www.cpubenchmark.net/cpu_lookup.php?cpu=Intel+Celeron+743+%40+1.30GHzFor me the defining characteristic that makes this a netbooks is it's lack of optical drive.


:{ Your attention to detail is fantastic. you must be amazing to live with very Pedantic. what are you going to do next correct my spelling? btw your links dont work. and although this is a ulv single core celeron it is still faster than any current netbook on the martket with win7 starter, XP HOME, LINUX and VISTA....

Btw I'll let you win, lets call it a netbook...whispers a netbook without a atom processor and but has hdmi and a highres screen

The only bad review i read was shipped with vista, as with most vista pc's including dual cores the run pretty slow. btw the one you get from the dell website the 11z is identical except add approx £100 more and its shipped with VISTA.


Lots of netbooks have high res screens, lots have HDMI and as I said the original netbook the eeePC 701 also came with a celeron processor. I have repeated these points several times but you just keep saying the same thing over and over again.

I'm sorry if your browser isn't rendering those links properly but if copying and pasting isn't beyond you you will see that the links work just fine.

The main point i'm going on about this is that the processor is this machine ISNT faster than any of the atom range of processors as explained in those links I supplied. You provide information, the community vets it for accuracy, that's how this site works. Somone might buy this because you said it was faster than a netbook, it isn't so i'm trying to prevent people being misinformed.
#11
Simple question guys:
I like this type of net/notebook - but what is its competition?
Looking for the ~11-12in screen and can play 1080p mkv
I know the screen is only 720p, but let us assume there will be more full HD content in future.
#12
icstm
Simple question guys:
I like this type of net/notebook - but what is its competition?
Looking for the ~11-12in screen and can play 1080p mkv
I know the screen is only 720p, but let us assume there will be more full HD content in future.


I doubt you will be able to see any difference between SD and HD on this size screen.
#13
icstm
Simple question guys:
I like this type of net/notebook - but what is its competition?
Looking for the ~11-12in screen and can play 1080p mkv
I know the screen is only 720p, but let us assume there will be more full HD content in future.


this netbook maybe? with it's big screen high res and low cost.

http://www.misco.co.uk/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=443880&catid=0&sourceid=1351

or this? With it's HDMI out and high res screen (but its not a netbook aparently)
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/compaq-mini-311c-1010sa-11-6-inch-n/714054#comments
#14
jamesdew
icstm
Simple question guys:I like this type of net/notebook - but what is its competition?Looking for the ~11-12in screen and can play 1080p mkvI know the screen is only 720p, but let us assume there will be more full HD content in future.
this netbook maybe? with it's big screen high res and low cost.http://www.misco.co.uk/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=443880&catid=0&sourceid=1351or this? With it's HDMI out and high res screen (but its not a netbook aparently)http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/compaq-mini-311c-1010sa-11-6-inch-n/714054#comments

nice find on the misco clearance
#15
pet2000
icstm
Simple question guys:
I like this type of net/notebook - but what is its competition?
Looking for the ~11-12in screen and can play 1080p mkv
I know the screen is only 720p, but let us assume there will be more full HD content in future.


I doubt you will be able to see any difference between SD and HD on this size screen.


I disagree, you would likely be very close to it when watching so you are more likely to see the difference.

Also it has HDMI out so you might want to use it to play HD video on a big screen.
#16
mmuw
jamesdew
icstm
Simple question guys: I like this type of net/notebook - but what is its competition?Looking for the ~11-12in screen and can play 1080p mkvI know the screen is only 720p, but let us assume there will be more full HD content in future.
this netbook maybe? with it's big screen high res and low cost.http://www.misco.co.uk/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=443880&catid=0&sourceid=1351or this? With it's HDMI out and high res screen (but its not a netbook aparently)http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/compaq-mini-311c-1010sa-11-6-inch-n/714054#comments


nice find on the misco clearance


Thanks, it does have a slower processor than this deal though.
#17
mmuw


nice find on the misco clearance


Why do you prefer the Misco clearance to the one mentioned above by midnightblade at Play.com which is cheaper and has a full warranty?

Dell ay Play.com
#18
Searcher2
mmuw
nice find on the misco clearance
Why do you prefer the Misco clearance to the one mentioned above by midnightblade at Play.com which is cheaper and has a full warranty?Dell ay Play.com

i never got given a link

Has actually bought the one on this page for my other halves one year anniverssary. may take it back and buy this HP one with DDR3, got a better celeron ULV dual core processor too. what do you guys think? [url= http://www.staples.co.uk/technology/pcs-and-laptops/netbooks/hp-pavilion-dm-1010sa-entertainment-notebook-pc/pavilion-dm1-1010sa-entertainment-notebook-pc-2gb-ram-250gb-hard-drive-11-6-diagonal-hd-led-brightview-widescreen-display-windows-7-home-premium-64-bit[/url][/quote]
#19
mmuw
Searcher2
mmuw
nice find on the misco clearance
Why do you prefer the Misco clearance to the one mentioned above by midnightblade at Play.com which is cheaper and has a full warranty?Dell ay Play.com


i never got given a link



You seem to be conveniently 'missing' all the links pointing out the inferior specs of the CPU and the inferior nature of the deal! lol

Ice cold, as it's a whopping £55 cheaper at play.com

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