Dell Inspiron Mini 1011 Scratch and Dent from £125.70 delivered on the outlet - HotUKDeals
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The Dell outlet has free delivery until 25th June so just the VAT to add to the prices shown.

Inspiron Mini 1011 Scratch and Dent £125.70 inc vat

Ubuntu Linux 8.10
Memory 1024MB (1x1024) 800MHz DDR2 Dual ChannelHard Disk Drive
Hard Drive 8GB Solid StateNoteBook Screen
Display 10.1in Widescreen WSVGA with TruelifeProcessor
Atom N270 (1.6GHz,533MHz,512KB)System Color
LCD Back Cover BlackScratch and Dent
Battery Primary 3-cell 24W/HR
Dell Wireless 1397 (802.11 b g)
1.3 megapixel Fixed bezel-mounted camera
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#1
Maybe you`ll get mine,just sent it back with a duff screen,only lasted 4 months;-)
#2
I don't mind a scratch but I draw the line at a dent.
Good price though
#3
never mind, there was only 3 at this price (£106+vat) and theyve gone
#4
majhaar
never mind, there was only 3 at this price (£106+vat) and theyve gone


There are 3 on there now £106.98 + vat
#5
Anyone know what sequential r+w speed of the 8GB SSD is? or which model number so I can check..?
#6
is it not a STEC
#7
dontasciime
is it not a STEC


yep, found that out in the meantime with a quick search. Thanks. Pretty slow drive by most accounts.

Btw, I had one in my basket that I just let go in case someone wants to try again for one
#8
try flashfire on any ssd that is slow
#9
Some more red & black ones on again this morning for anyone waiting.
#10
Liddle ol' me
Anyone know what sequential r+w speed of the 8GB SSD is? or which model number so I can check..?


The SSD is a Samsung UM410 with 90 MB/s read and 25 MB/s write speeds - specs here:

http://www.samsung.com/global/business/semiconductor/products/flash/ssd/2008/down/Slim_Light_SATA_3.0Gbps_MLC.pdf

- Simon.
#11
These are great. However, there are caveats.

1. They are upgradeable, and you can fit a standard SATA drive in them.
2. All netbooks run crappily, and are better off with a 2GB stick.

Here is the caveat. These are a bitch to open up for the upgrade. Other than that, they are ballpark as good as other netbooks, and on the outlet you can frequently pick up bargain priced 1011's.

With the netbook market showing lots of units over £250, these are bargains and caveat aside, offer a solid bargain so long as you are good at taking things apart.
#12
anybody know of any vouchers going?

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