Dell Inspiron 11z Open Box** as New with full 12 month warranty, 500GB HDD, Win 7 - £258.06 delivered using code MYVSUM25 @ IT247 - HotUKDeals
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The Dell Inspiron 11z Laptop is Dell’s thinnest and lightest Inspiron and offers great value for money. The Dell Inspiron 11z Laptop has the power and performance you look for in a full size laptop without the full-sized price tag.

* As a business you get laptop that is powerful enough to run all of your business applications and is light enough to be carried anywhere you go so you can do business whilst on the move.
* As a school you a mobile laptop with Windows 7 Home Premium 64 Bit at great price point and Intel Ultra Low Voltage Processors which gives you improved performance from your laptop compared to a Netbook.
* As a home user you get a light and stylish laptop which is full of great features such as a huge 500GB HDD, 11.6" HD Display and HDMI Port.


This Dell Inspiron 11z Laptop comes with an Intel Dual Core Low Voltage processors, 2GB RAM and a 500 GB hard drive and full WI-FI which gives you a powerful laptop which doesn't affect your budget.

Other Features

* 11.6-inch backlit display, gives you improved brightness, contrast and clarity with your screen.
* Huge 500GB Hard Drive so you have more than enough to store all of your files, video's and photo's with space to spare.
* Windows 7 Home Premium 64 Bit giving you enhanced performance and ease of use.
* 1.3 Megapixel Webcam and Microphone allowing you to virtually connect with friends and family.
* WiFi so you can stay connected to the web.
* HDMI Port so you display high-definition video and audio through your TV.
* 8 in 1 Media Card Reader for secure digital cards, Multimedia Cards and memory sticks.
* HDMI Port so you can display high-definition video and audio through your TV.


It also comes with a number of Dell features including:

* Dell DataSafeTM Online is an online backup service which offers data protection by enabling customers to back up data to a safe, remote storage site using an Internet connection.
* Dell Support Center helps keep your system up-to-date and running efficiently through automated fixes for common configuration issues.

**All of the “Open Box” products that we supply come with the full manufactures warranty so if your product should fail under warranty then you get the same support as you would with a brand new product which gives you the extra re-assurance you need when purchasing an Open Box product.
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#1
is this laptop any good?
banned#2
Christiana03
is this laptop any good?


it seems pretty decent for the price. Depends what you want to use it for though
#3
Looks okay but it only has a 3 cell battery which is a shame as the rest of the spec looks great.
#4
3 cell battery :(
#5
Battery lets it down.
#6
Why is this expired? 73 in stock as of 10:10 15/08/10
banned#7
This is just about what I was looking for and then I realised its 3 cell battery :( Still a good product and you can upgrade the battery to the long life ones too.
#8
Another good deal.
#9
very poor reviews. trackpad and build quality issues.
#10
This is a great laptop - I have three myself - they updated the touchpad in March to a traditional one with real buttons so depending when these were made they may have the new touchpad. Note that this is the SINGLE core model (Celeron 743) not the dual core as stated in the description. The original price for this model with 500GB hard drive would be around £400 - currently Dell are selling this for in excess of £449. This laptop has Intel GS45 integrated graphics and so can play 1080p video using hardware acceleration.

- Simon.
#11
This thing is sssllllllllloooooooooooowwwwwwwwwwwww..
#12
edisnotcircle
This thing is sssllllllllloooooooooooowwwwwwwwwwwww..


No it isn't.
#13
thisis what im looking for 500gb hardrive 11.6 screen and hdmi not to bothered about processer not gonna be converting video or making 3d models its for browsing the web and watching films and tv very tempted £499 on dell website so half price it is a shame about battery a 6 cell one is about £60 but 3 cell one should last 5 -6 hours
#14
apparently dell no longer stock the 6 cell battery.

the 6 cell battery lasts about 5 hours if I remember correctly so the 3 cell should 2 and a half max which sucks hard.

hot though
#15
brookheather
edisnotcircle
This thing is sssllllllllloooooooooooowwwwwwwwwwwww..
No it isn't.

That was an approximation!
banned#16
How much would a new six cell battery cost? or can you pay to upgrade?
What processor is it?
#17
I wouldn't bother upgrading the battery these 11z's use the ultra low voltage processors so you get better battery life, I have one of these with the pentium processor ( rather than the standard celeron) 4gb ram and 500gb hard drive!! It only has the 3 cell battery! Yet the battery life is just as good as my simiar spec inspiron 1545 with 6 cell battery!!!
#18
Intel® Celeron® ULV 743 (1.3GHz, 800MHz, 1MB cache) :|
#19
Windows 7 Home Premium and 500GB hard drive...............I like it.


I bought a Dell Inspiron a few years ago and it's been good.......I like Dell products.

Edited By: halfpenny on Aug 15, 2010 14:42: extra info
#20
was thinking about buying my dad a laptop for his 60'th bday. Obviously he wouldnt use the laptop much and probably just use it to surf the net. Would something like this be ideal ?
#21
Yes, for surfing the net this would suffice, may struggle with streaming HD video on Windows 7 though. Only thing of note is that its only a 11" screen and your buying for a 60 year old, thats quite small. If your Dad has very good eyesight it oughtn't to be a problem but my old man is 60 odd and he cant use my 10" netbook screen.
#22
Mind you, it's dual core so actually I stand corrected, it's not slow. Hot!
#23
Andysan
Yes, for surfing the net this would suffice, may struggle with streaming HD video on Windows 7 though. Only thing of note is that its only a 11" screen and your buying for a 60 year old, thats quite small. If your Dad has very good eyesight it oughtn't to be a problem but my old man is 60 odd and he cant use my 10" netbook screen.

This should do HD fine. Hot!!
#24
One post on here #10 says not dual core and another says it is ????????????
#25
mello77
was thinking about buying my dad a laptop for his 60'th bday. Obviously he wouldnt use the laptop much and probably just use it to surf the net. Would something like this be ideal ?

sub 12" screen big enough for him?
#26
3 cell battery :(
1 Like #27
I know its only 250gb hard drive but is this any better, i see its got a dual core rather than the single for the Dell??
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/good-11-laptop-netbook-279-saveonla/737996/#post9194512
#28
Andysan
Yes, for surfing the net this would suffice, may struggle with streaming HD video on Windows 7 though. Only thing of note is that its only a 11" screen and your buying for a 60 year old, thats quite small. If your Dad has very good eyesight it oughtn't to be a problem but my old man is 60 odd and he cant use my 10" netbook screen.

Streaming HD content depends on the bitrate. If the speed of the network cannot keep up with the bit rate in which the media was encoded, then there will be issues. An example is Blu Ray streaming over 802.11g wireless. The Blu Ray content could well be encoded at 40 Mbps. Add the overheads in processing the data and typical bitrate of 802.11g being similar to the Blu Ray encoded bit rate, and we have problems. Since this laptop uses 802.11g for wireless networking, it will struggle to stream some HD content wirelessly. The 100 Mbps LAN port would be suitable for streaming HD content though.

edisnotcircle
Aug 15, 2010 14:56Mind you, it's dual core so actually I stand corrected, it's not slow. Hot!

Intel CULV 743 is a single core CPU.

Edited By: ElliottC on Aug 15, 2010 16:39: .
#29
This is such a great deal. As somebody who has been following netbooks for a while I was looking for a small laptop that could run HD content. Dual Core is not a great loss because that sort of power uses more battery power. The single core celeron coupled with the integrated graphics can easily run 1080p content.
#30
The 3 cell battery (28 WHr) lasts between 2.5 to 3 hours of regular browsing - a new 6 cell battery from eBay sellers in HK/China is around £35 and will last you longer - watch out for those selling less than 56 WHr batteries (56 WHr = 5050 mAh)..

Edited By: brookheather on Aug 15, 2010 17:45: .
#31
#32
I feel its Celeron Dual core
#33
getknk
I feel its Celeron Dual core


No its not - the 11z only comes with the Celeron 743 single core or Pentium SU4100 dual core.
#34
It needs to be dual core to run Win7 64bit i think.. confusing..
#35
As a laptop its terrible - the spec is appalling.

As a netbook, its brilliant - the spec is better than Atom and the keyboard much more usable.

Horses for courses.
#36
winchman
It needs to be dual core to run Win7 64bit i think.. confusing..

No, the CPU needs to support the x86-64 instructions in order to run Windows 7 x64. The software will make the necessary checks anyway.

A dual core processor just allows 2 threads to be run concurrently. A thread is part of a process (such as drawing the seconds hand of a clock). On single core processors, each thread is given a time to run then it stops, next thread runs for a given time, then it stops and so on. As this happens so quickly it appears they are running concurrently. With dual core, we can have true concurrency as 2 threads can run at once (on separate cores) and Windows handles allocation of subsequent threads for each core.

To simplify things (and also to state in a non technical and incorrect manner but done for the sake of explanation), a single core does not allow 2 programs to run at the same time. It allows 2 programs (or more than 2) to seemingly run at the same time. Dual core allows 2 programs to run at the same time.

Edited By: ElliottC on Aug 15, 2010 22:47: .
#37
winchman
It needs to be dual core to run Win7 64bit i think.. confusing..

There wouldn't be much point selling 32bit Win7 if the minimum requirement was 64bit would there? The minimum spec for Win7 is "1 gigahertz (GHz) or faster 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x64) processor." from Mcirosoft's own website. Note, no mention of needing dual core either.
#38
As mentioned above the HP DM1 is probably better.
1 Like #39
bak2brighton
this may be a better alternative - discusshttps://www.saveonlaptops.co.uk/HP_Pavilion_DM1-1102SA_952213.html
Have had both Dell & HP laptops. The Dell was purchased a year before the HP and is still going strong with no problems at all. The HP constantly locks up; it's mouse pad gave up aged 13 months & I'm told that the motherboard won't be far behind it. Dell every time for me!
#40
I agree on Dell. I know the quality of service and support i'll get from them each and every time. They even collect an old laptop or desktop computer for each and every Dell computer your purchase.

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