Dell Inspiron Mini 10v sub notebook with £30 off for 4 days. N270 1.60Ghz, 1gig, 160GB, webcam, Wifi, XP Home. £219 or less delivered - HotUKDeals
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305-N07B1002 Home site - Best price £219.00 Delivered.
Inspiron Mini 10v (N07B1002)

Genuine Windows® XP Home - English
Intel® Atom(TM) Processor N270 (1.60GHz, 533MHz, 512K cache)
1024MB 533MHz Dual Channel DDR2 SDRAM
160GB (5,400rpm) SATA Hard Drive
Integrated Intel® Graphic Media Accelerator 950
Internal UK/Irish Qwerty Keyboard
DataSafe Online Backup 2GB 1 year
UK/Ireland 30W AC Adapter
Microsoft® Works 9.0 / English - (Does not include Microsoft® Word)
Inspiron Mini 1011 Diagnostics and Drivers
English Documentation
Mini 1011 Base with WLAN
Dell Wireless 1397 Mini Card (802.11 b/g)
3-cell Lithium-Ion Battery (24 WHr)
Integrated 1.3MP Camera
10.1" Widescreen WSVGA with Truelife (1024x576)
1Yr Limited Warranty - Collect & Return
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[mod]#1
Consider £28.99 for an extra years hardware support Warranty
#2
[size=3]Video showing how to add more RAM to a Dell Mini 10v[/size]

http://www.mydellmini.com/forum/dell-mini-10-guides/9209-ram-upgrade-video.html#

Quite involved :thumbsup:
#3
which one would u say is better,http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/433450/compaq-702ea-mini-note-netbook-lapt/ any thoughts much appreciated....
#4
qualify to get a free windows 7 upgrade?
#5
wiltonson
qualify to get a free windows 7 upgrade?


Interesting question, would like to know the answer!!
#6
I think that's if you're buying a system with Vista, not XP ?
And, of course, as long as the distributor is taking part in the upgrade program.
#7
wiltonson
qualify to get a free windows 7 downgrade?


I've corrected this for you.
#8
abaxas
I've corrected this for you.


I thought this netbook can handle windows 7?
#9
For those wanting to put OS X on one of these, it's pretty much sorted other than the trackpad (quite problematic still) and webcam over iChat. Given the tremendous track record of those on the case, I'd expect resolution fairly soon. These have been turning up with a 1024x600 display but there's no guarantee of this.
#10
and a further 5% off via Quidco :thumbsup:
#11
v2drinkers
It can but it doesnt qualify for free upgrade.
You'd have to either buy it or use the RC (Release Candidate available for d/load until 20th Aug - valid till June 2010) to use it:whistling:


That wasn't what i meant. He said it's a Downgrade rather than a Upgrade.

I wonder if he meant this mini dell can't handle Windows 7 so should be considered a downgrade from XP
#12
How much does this unit weigh? Could it fit into a large ladies handbag? Also if it has no DVD drive how do you install anything onto it?
#13
It's only systems sold with Vista that qualify for the upgrade problem, XP doesn't.
banned#14
Not bad but the Samsung NC10 is better in many respects and will have a price reduction in August as they move to clearance. I'm waiting for that!
Nice one
Cyril
#15
Its for my wife, she is carting a large laptop around at present so if this could fit into her handbag it saves carrying two bags.
Can you purchase a external DVD drive or could you network programs via wireless outlet so that you put the program in the desktop and load it onto the mini laptop?
mumbojumbo
How big is the large lady? :?
Yes, it will be fine.
Download or USB key to install programs.
#16
Very tempted to get a netbook after seeing some in John Lewis. Seems perfect for just leaving laying around for quick email checks and light browsing.

What would be considered the 'best' 10" Netbook around for £300 as it's all a bit confusing.
#17
What is the difference between the processor on this, N270 and the Z520 on the similar looking spec on the tesco one?
#18
just an idea people, i purchased a mini9 the other week: i declined the eula, and hence in it I am allowed to return winxp to dell for a refund. i am starting to go through this process. people have been successful in this process, but it can be long and hard

if you are planning to install osx on this, i'd recommend doing your research first as it isnt as cut and dried for the 10v apparantly
#19
Ungreat
Very tempted to get a netbook after seeing some in John Lewis. Seems perfect for just leaving laying around for quick email checks and light browsing.

What would be considered the 'best' 10" Netbook around for £300 as it's all a bit confusing.


Samsung NC10 i would put my money on as being the best out there from what people have been saying and the reviews i have not got one yet waiting for the prices to fall but the nc10 is ment to be the daddy
#20
mumbojumbo
He was joking. ;-)
Some consider XP to be superior to later incarnations of Windows.


Which is absolute nonsense btw. They probably were still going on about Windows 98 until a couple of years ago.

Windows 7 is a good O/S, definitely more usable than XP (which I also liked).
#21
Ungreat
Very tempted to get a netbook after seeing some in John Lewis. Seems perfect for just leaving laying around for quick email checks and light browsing.

What would be considered the 'best' 10" Netbook around for £300 as it's all a bit confusing.


What bilals said.

The Samsung NC10 is supposed to be very good.
#22
AshMcConnell
Which is absolute nonsense btw. They probably were still going on about Windows 98 until a couple of years ago.

Windows 7 is a good O/S, definitely more usable than XP (which I also liked).


Worp worp!

'It's newer hence is got to be better'

Danger danger, easy to market too person detected. Help them if you can, they need it.
#23
Get the refurb for a tenner less but with 3 year warranty
http://www.aria.co.uk/SuperSpecials/newsletter?productId=37158&utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_content=Dell+Inspiron+Mini+10%2c+Intel+Atom+1330%2c+160GB+HDD%2c+1GB+DDR2&utm_campaign=newsletter240709
(Intel® Atom™ Processor Z520 (1.33GHz, 533MHz) not N270)
It is an option for the ultra risk adverse?

COCO
#24
Would it be worth the extra £45 for the 6-cell battery?
#25
cyrillesley
Not bad but the Samsung NC10 is better in many respects and will have a price reduction in August as they move to clearance. I'm waiting for that!
Nice one
Cyril


are you sure that is going to happen?

is it because a new model of the rc10 is to be released?

I too am waiting to get the rc10 I think it looks and feels great
#26
Word and Excell, She currently is working on office 2003

mumbojumbo
Yes, you could buy an USB external DVD drive. The wireless networking route also sounds possible - but what are you trying to install? :? Bear in mind that the processor will be slower than most current full laptops, so that will affect how well large applications run.
#27
abaxas
Worp worp!

'It's newer hence is got to be better'

Danger danger, easy to market too person detected. Help them if you can, they need it.


Learn some grammar and stop trolling.
#28
abaxas
Worp worp!

'It's newer hence is got to be better'

Danger danger, easy to market too person detected. Help them if you can, they need it.


As a MSDN subscriber I've been using Windows 7 on my M1330 and 2 Desktops since the Beta and now using the RC. It is much better than Vista and XP IMO.

I've not had one BSOD and everything has worked out of the box. One of the most impressive things is that you can use most of your hardware / software with Legacy drivers. The compatability mode works very well.

Windows 7 requires also requires a lower spec and is definately snappier.
#29
steve.mccall1;5836489
As a MSDN subscriber I've been using Windows 7 on my M1330 and 2 Desktops since the Beta and now using the RC. It is much better than Vista and XP IMO.

I've not had one BSOD and everything has worked out of the box. One of the most impressive things is that you can use most of your hardware / software with Legacy drivers. The compatability mode works very well.

Windows 7 requires also requires a lower spec and is definately snappier.


I installed the trial W7 (called Release Candidate)on my 4 yr old Dimension last night and I'm very impressed. It all installed with no problems at all. In fact, I just left it running and when I came back it was all on apart from the name and country etc questions I needed to fill in.

It looks a lot like Vista with the menus etc but is apparently quicker. I have to say intial impressions were very much favourable.

For the record, I received no marketing for it - it was just free to try so why not. Worp worp etc blah blah.
#30
Ungreat
Very tempted to get a netbook after seeing some in John Lewis. Seems perfect for just leaving laying around for quick email checks and light browsing.

What would be considered the 'best' 10" Netbook around for £300 as it's all a bit confusing.


Probably the Samesung NC10, although Asus also have some nice models out, namely the EeePC 1008HA and 1005HA. The 1005HA is a bit cheaper but has extremely impressive battery life (something like 10 hours I think), and it's not bulky like many of them are either.

pieman790
Its for my wife, she is carting a large laptop around at present so if this could fit into her handbag it saves carrying two bags.
Can you purchase a external DVD drive or could you network programs via wireless outlet so that you put the program in the desktop and load it onto the mini laptop?


You can either get a USB optical drive as mentioned already, or just look for guides on how to install things via a USB flash drive.
#32
I_SHOULD_COCO;5836220
Get the refurb for a tenner less but with 3 year warranty
http://www.aria.co.uk/SuperSpecials/newsletter?productId=37158&utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_content=Dell+Inspiron+Mini+10%2c+Intel+Atom+1330%2c+160GB+HDD%2c+1GB+DDR2&utm_campaign=newsletter240709
(Intel® Atom™ Processor Z520 (1.33GHz, 533MHz) not N270)
It is an option for the ultra risk adverse?

COCO

I should COCO...you forgot a 3 letter word.... VAT:whistling:
#33
think
I should COCO...you forgot a 3 letter word.... VAT:whistling:


and delivery probably on Aria (£252.89) all in
#34
I'm torn, I'm after a netbook but really can't decide between

This Dell,
NC10, or
this http://www.misco.co.uk/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=374067&sourceid=2459&CAWELAID=349737191

Is the NC10 really that much better as I quite like the last one.........?
#35


Thats for the 8GB solid state drive version. 160gb adds another £40
#36
Depressed Maggot
Thats for the 8GB solid state drive version. 160gb adds another £40


So it is - apologies :oops:
#37
abaxas
Worp worp!

'It's newer hence is got to be better'

Danger danger, easy to market too person detected. Help them if you can, they need it.


*sigh* - I use it 8-10 hours a day, 7 days a week, I think I can form an opinion. It's better. Stick with XP if you wish, i don't care
#38
wish this had HDMI out
#39
Depressed Maggot
Thats for the 8GB solid state drive version. 160gb adds another £40


So Dell are selling the Windows version for less than the equivalent specification Ubuntu system. Dell do not appear to be serious about their Linux offerings. Even the optional software offered with the Linux system is for Windows.

I am not impressed Dell!

I know the NC10 is highly rated but two other options worth considering are Lenovo S10e and Toshiba NB205 (not yet available in UK).
#40
I was under the impression that dell mini 10s came with HDMI out as standard??

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