Dell Inspiron Mini 10.1" Netbook 1.60GHZ 1GB DDR2 RAM 160GB Hard Drive Windows XP SP3 HDMI OUT (Can upgrade to HD Screen £15) - £314.01 delivered + 4% Quidco @ Dell - HotUKDeals
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Dell Inspiron Mini 10.1" Netbook 1.60GHZ 1GB DDR2 RAM 160GB Hard Drive Windows XP SP3 HDMI OUT (Can upgrade to HD Screen £15) - £314.01 delivered + 4% Quidco @ Dell

£314.01 @ Dell (Business)
(Don't have to pay untill 2009) - Intel® Atom Processor Z530 1.60GHZ (Better than N270) - 1GB DDR2 RAM - 160GB Hard Drive - Integrated 1.3MP Camera - Windows Xp Service Pack 3 - 1 Year Warrant… Read More
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(Don't have to pay untill 2009)

- Intel® Atom Processor Z530 1.60GHZ (Better than N270)
- 1GB DDR2 RAM
- 160GB Hard Drive
- Integrated 1.3MP Camera
- Windows Xp Service Pack 3
- 1 Year Warranty

£314.01 (£301.45 with Quidco)

(Have to take original £299 model, and on page 1, keep clicking "go to next component" and upgrade CPU & Hard Drive)

(Can upgrade to Wireless N for an extra £10)

(10.1 HD 16:9 Screen (1366 x 768) for an extra £15)

(Great Spec for £329 If choosing 160GB HDD 1GB RAM & HD Screen - Quidco = £315)
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#2
I like the look of this netbook, however, at this price it falls into NC10 teritory.:thumbsup:
banned#3
pedster
I like the look of this netbook, however, at this price it falls into NC10 teritory.:thumbsup:


Yes, but this has a better processor and looks & feels in my opinion much better than the NC10. ;-)

£301 with Quidco is not a bad price for a dell, as considering dell normally cost a bit more anyway.
#4
I agree NC10 is a better netbook IMHO.

Although to be honest all netbooks are expensive compared to a good quality laptop.
#5
HEAT
Yes, but this has a better processor and looks & feels in my opinion much better than the NC10. ;-)

£301 with Quidco is not a bad price for a dell, as considering dell normally cost a bit more anyway.


I have to agree and you can add a HD display for £15.

10.1" WSVGA Truelife Display [subtract £15.00]
10.1” HD 16:9 Screen (1366 x 768) [Included in Price]

:thumbsup: Great Spec for £329 - Quidco = £315 :-D
#6
HEAT
Yes, but this has a better processor and looks & feels in my opinion much better than the NC10.

Isn’t it basically the same CPU!
The NC10 has a 6 cell battery and this has a 3 cell which is a big difference.

Correction: I see the Z530 is rated at 2W and the 230 for 4W so it is lower power - Intel Atom.
#7
This is now i believe,

http://www1.euro.dell.com/content/products/productdetails.aspx/laptop-inspiron-10?c=uk&cs=ukdhs1&l=en&s=dhs&~ck=mn

Coming Soon
Your new best friend is about to get even better. The Inspiron Mini 10 will be loaded with all-new features launched at a later date. All of these features are exclusive to the re-launch. Here is what you can look forward to:

* HD capabilities – Enjoy your favorite movies on the optional 720p Hi-def 10.1¨ seamless display.
* More Storage – Do even more with optional 250GB1 hard drive.
* Long battery life – No need to sacrifice weight for battery life. The Inspiron Mini 10 provides extended battery life while keeping the weight of the system under 3 pounds. 3-cell: approx. 3 hours. 6-cell: approx. 6.5 hours.

Mobile Entertainment:
The Inspiron Mini 10 is designed to keep you connected to your favorite entertainment. When you are on the go, you can still have access to email, shopping and more.
Seamless viewing
A bright 10.1", seamless widescreen display with a 16:9 aspect ratio is designed to present websites without lots of left-right scrolling, as well as with a smoother line of sight.
A cinematic experience
Expand your screen by connecting to an external monitor or TV using the HDMI port.

Social Connection:
The Inspiron Mini 10 makes it even easier to stay connected to your world wherever you go. The new internal 802.11b/g WiFi connection brings you the latest in wireless technology as well as optional Bluetooth® 2.1. And the Inspiron Mini 10’s small, virtually weightless design lets you travel light while keeping up with your blog, video chat, instant messenger and email2 so that you never lose touch with your family and friends.

Smart Design
The Dell Inspiron Mini 10 was developed from the ground up to be the perfect companion, keeping you connected while on the go.
Storage
Store your music, photos and more on the go. While the Inspiron Mini 10 offers up to a 160GB1 hard drive and up to 1GB memory, you can also keep your files online! We've partnered with Box.net to provide 2GB of free Internet storage for every Inspiron Mini 10 customer. Store, access, collaborate and share any type of file through a secure, simple and intuitive a web browser experience. Plus, upgrade to larger accounts to store more files.
A better keyboard
You aren’t losing any flexibility with the Mini 10’s keyboard. At 92% the size of a standard laptop, it’s almost as if the Mini 10’s keyboard is at full range. And with a multi-touch track pad, your fingers will have an easy time navigating. Plus, it’s spill resistant, so you can rest assured if accidents happen.

Simple and Smart Services
Our online backup service offers data protection by enabling customers to backup data to a safe, remote storage site using a broadband connection. Dell DataSafe Online is easy, flexible and secure. Set up and forget it for backup of data and help protecting against software, hardware and catastrophic failure.

Dell Remote Access
Enjoy what’s on your home PC from almost anywhere. With Remote Access Basic, you can easily access photos, music, movies and more on your home system using another Internet-connected computer3. No more waiting until you get home to get the files you need!

Dell Support Center
Our centrally located, easy-to-use application provides personalized support resources. Conveniently located on your PC’s desktop with quick links to service, support and system resources. Helps keep your system up-to-date and running efficiently through automated fixes for common configuration issues.
#8
Available spec on Mini 10,

NOTE HDMI OUT

Processors
Intel® AtomTM Z520 Processor (1.33GHz, 512KB L2 Cache, 533MHz FSB)
Intel® AtomTM Z530 Processor (1.60GHz, 512KB L2 Cache, 533MHz FSB)

Operating System
Genuine Windows® XP Home Edition SP3

Memory
1GB 533MHz DDR2 SDRAM.
Chipset
Intel® US15W chipset

Graphics
Intel® Integrated Graphics Media Accelerator 500

LCD Display
Glossy 10.1 inch LED display (1024*576) WSVGA
Hard Drives
Up to 160GB 5400RPM Hard Drive.

Optical Drives
No optical drive available.
Ports
USB 2.0 (2),e-SATA Power USB (1)
Integrated 10/100 LAN (RJ45)
HDMI Port
Audio jacks (1-line out, 1 mic-in)
4-in-1 Card reader
AC adapter connector
Power
3-cell 24WHr Li-Ion Battery
Camera
Standard 1.3MP webcam
Wireless
Wi-Fi:
802.11g mini-card

Bluetooth:
Bluetooth® Internal (2.0) mini-card
Ports, Slots, Chassis
Externally Accessible
Kensington lock
AC Power-in
3-in-1 Card Reader (SD/MMC/MS)
Integrated network connector 10/100 LAN (RJ45),
HDMI connector
(2 )USB and (1) Power USB
Audio jacks (1 line-out, 1 Mic-in)

Dimensions & Weight
Height
28.5–31.7mm (Front-Back)
1.12-1.25 inches (Front-Back)
Width: 261mm, 10.28 inches
Depth: 182.5mm, 7.19 inches
Starting weight:
1.3kg / 2.86 lbs4 with 3 Cell battery
Regulatory and Environmental Compliance
Regulatory Model: PP19S
Product Safety, EMC and Environmental Datasheets
Dell Regulatory Compliance Home Page
Dell and the Environment
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#9
[FONT="Verdana"]Only big show stopper is the memory - your stuck with 1GB on the motherboard, which is non-removable and you can't upgrade it any further from what I can remember.

Would agree with the earlier post that the Samsung NC10 netbook would be a better deal, especially with regards to six cell battery.

Cheers, Scotty Boy! :thumbsup:[/FONT]
#10
Scotty Boy
[FONT="Verdana"]Only big show stopper is the memory - your stuck with 1GB on the motherboard, which is non-removable and you can't upgrade it any further from what I can remember.

Would agree with the earlier post that the Samsung NC10 netbook would be a better deal, especially with regards to six cell battery.

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


If this can run with HD resolution and out put HD signal does that not mean it is ok with 1gb RAM?? :?
#11
pedster
If this can run with HD resolution and out put HD signal does that not mean it is ok with 1gb RAM?? :?

HD resolution is easy, it's the bitrate and codec that is important. Don't expect this to handle Blu-ray.
#12
I would still rather have a laptop at least you don't have to spend your life scrolling every web page to read it.
#13
Scotty Boy
Only big show stopper is the memory - your stuck with 1GB on the motherboard, which is non-removable and you can't upgrade it any further from what I can remember.

This uses the low power US15W Chipset (TDP = 2.3W) as opposed to the usual netbooks that use the standard chipset that has a much higher TDP.
Dell list the max as 1GB but the chipset itself supports 2GB – Intel; so it’s a shame that Dell limit you to 1GB.
#14
Agharta
This uses the low power US15W Chipset (TDP = 2.3W) as opposed to the usual netbooks that use the standard chipset that has a much higher TDP.
Dell list the max as 1GB but the chipset itself supports 2GB – Intel; so it’s a shame that Dell limit you to 1GB.


WOOOW, I ain't argueing tech specs with him!!:thumbsup:
#15
pedster
WOOOW, I ain't argueing tech specs with him!!:thumbsup:

Wise man, I'm a bit of a geek (saddo). :?

Good CPU & good chipset; if only Dell allowed 2GB and offered a 6 cell battery it would be good.
#16
pedster
If this can run with HD resolution and out put HD signal does that not mean it is ok with 1gb RAM?? :?


[FONT="Verdana"]Should do BUT apparently there are mixed results on the performance but I haven't looked at it in a while to be honest...although being limited to 1GB of memory is chancing it in my book.

Cheers, Scotty Boy! :thumbsup:[/FONT]
#17
Agharta
Wise man, I'm a bit of a geek (saddo). :?

Good CPU & good chipset; if only Dell allowed 2GB and offered a 6 cell battery it would be good.


[FONT="Verdana"]Agree on the memory and the battery...ah the joys of to many netbook options! :-D

Cheers, Scotty Boy! :thumbsup:[/FONT]
#18
Scotty Boy
[FONT="Verdana"]Agree on the memory and the battery...ah the joys of to many netbook options! :-D

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


This is just one of the many: http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/383331/showthread.php?t=383331
:-D
#19
Agharta
Wise man, I'm a bit of a geek (saddo). :?

Good CPU & good chipset; if only Dell allowed 2GB and offered a 6 cell battery it would be good.


Probably not Dell's doing as much as Microsoft's. MS does not want to allow XP on a netbook with more than 1GB of ram or a HD larger than 160GB. You may have to wait a little for Windows 7 to launch for this situation to improve.

I played with one of these in Curry's. The keyboard is the same as the on the HP/Compaq netbooks, which as far as I'm concerned is not as good as either Samsung's or the MSI's keyboards despite being a tad larger. The keycaps are not bevelled and it is too easy to hit the neighbouring key in error when touch typing.
#20
spraint
Probably not Dell's doing as much as Microsoft's. MS does not want to allow XP on a netbook with more than 1GB of ram or a HD larger than 160GB.

MS may well limit systems to ship with a max of 1GB but it allows 2GB max as an upgrade as the NC10 and others prove. The 1GB limit seems to be a Dell limitation.

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