Dell Mini 1011 Win 7 Starter 32 Bit 160gb Harddrive - HotUKDeals
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System Specification

Inspiron Mini 1011
(System Identifier: 09B6TJ83)

Inspiron Mini 1011
Operating System English Genuine Windows 7 Starter (32 BIT)

System Price : £148.11

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Operating System
Operating System English Genuine Windows 7 Starter (32 BIT)
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Memory
Memory 1024MB (1x1024) 800MHz DDR2 Dual Channel
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Hard Disk Drive
160gb 5400 rpm HD
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System Color
LCD Back Cover Black
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Certified Refurbished
Certified Refurbished
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NoteBook Screen
Display 10.1in Widescreen WSVGA with Truelife
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Processor
Atom N270 (1.6GHz,533MHz,512KB)
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MISC
Battery Primary 3-cell 24W/HR
Dell Wireless 1397 (802.11 b g)
MISC
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Base
Inspiron Mini 1011
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Inspiron Mini 1011

System Identifier: 09B6TJ83
System Details

Inspiron Mini 1011 Operating System English Genuine Windows 7 Starter (32 BIT)
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1 £174.03

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Total excl. VAT VAT Rate Total incl. VAT
£148.11 17.50 % £174.03
Total Delivery Charge £18.33 17.50 % £21.54
Delivery Charge Discount -£18.33 17.50 % -£21.54 View Details

Total Price £148.11 £174.03
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#1
seems to be an awful lot available as "refurbished"....is there someone on here who can tell from the code if they were a cancelled order or similar?
#2
great .. now with free delivery !!!

:thumbsup:
#3
Lots would have been taken back to Pc World as they simply would just not switch off
#4
COLD ... second hand kit...
#5
how long does a 3 cell battery last?
#6
risheet
how long does a 3 cell battery last?


Little longer than a 2:lol
#7
dontasciime;7506039
Lots would have been taken back to Pc World as they simply would just not switch off



yikes!:w00t:
#8
now that's better £21 cheaper than last week much better price. About time they had some offers on, they should re-start the old voucher discounts aswell.

Not bad these 10v's not heard about switching off issue you guys are mentioning. look out for ones with Bluetooth, avoid the 6 cell battery though its huge ugly and heavy.

MJ
#9
Just bagged one with Ubuntu for £156 (going to put OS X on it anyway). Bargain, thanks :thumbsup:
#10
Not on the site anymore - leastwise I can't find it.
#11
Quids
Not on the site anymore - leastwise I can't find it.


Yes they are, CLick the go to deal link.

Then, select "Inspiron notebooks" from the stockrooms drop down

Then click the price column to order by price, lowest first
#12
windows 7 starter :whistling:
#13
I'm still confused if Windows XP is better or Windows 7 starter. Some people says that Windows starter is too much stripped version of Windows 7 that it doesn't make sense to go for it.
#14
vikasbhasin
I'm still confused if Windows XP is better or Windows 7 starter. Some people says that Windows starter is too much stripped version of Windows 7 that it doesn't make sense to go for it.


Windows XP is much better than Windows 7 Starter. Have a look at the Windows 7 editions comparison chart on Wiki for more information.
#15
they seem to have some with win Xp on
#16
Windows 7 Starter is cack, its worse than XP Home.
#17
JayBird
Just bagged one with Ubuntu for £156 (going to put OS X on it anyway). Bargain, thanks :thumbsup:


JayBird, how did you get one with Ubuntu? They all seem to come with XP with no option to remove? Ta.

Edit: I searched for just the 'Mini' model, and saw a couple with Ubuntu on, but they're the 16GB SSD ones. Looking for a 160GB HD personally. Why don't bloody Dell let you choose whether you want Windows on these things or not, I thought they were the 'build your own' company!!!
#18
vikasbhasin
I'm still confused if Windows XP is better or Windows 7 starter. Some people says that Windows starter is too much stripped version of Windows 7 that it doesn't make sense to go for it.


http://www.pcpro.co.uk/reviews/software/352627/microsoft-windows-7-starter-edition

This will give you an idea of what you're getting. Still seems like a better deal than XP to me, a lot of the stuff that was stripped out either wasn't in XP anyway (Aero Glass, Media Centre), or isn't used all that widely (Mobility Centre).
#19
As these are refurb units I suggest walking into CPW and getting a brand new Compaq mini 110 for £179 is still a better deal. Nice little machine with similar spec, great keyboard and screen and it's on xp.

Nothing against the Dell but I don't think it has been especially well reviewed either?
#20
There's a few with ubuntu - saw a pretty pink one with i on, but my daughter might be safer with XP
#21
graybags
There's a few with ubuntu - saw a pretty pink one with i on, but my daughter might be safer with XP


She'll be safer with ubuntu but whether she'll like it is a different question ;-)
#22
There are a few with red cover.
#23
Win7 runs like crap on atoms
i had it on my samsung netbook
running XP pro now much more snappy
#24
why expired? There's still 100's left...
#25
If you have one of these, you cam have Ultimate for free anyway, Even Ubuntu versions.

As said before tho, xp pro beats vista, ahem, win 7, hands down. Kernel panic reins supreme!

Message me if you need the info.
#26
do not understand the point of a netbook with a 3 cell battery.
#27
Why is this expired. There are loads left.
#28
fungus
do not understand the point of a netbook with a 3 cell battery.


You might get 3+ hours on batery save etc, some lappys only 1.5 hours.

Probably get an 8 cell generic soon for £40-00 delivered :thumbsup:
#29
does anyone know if these come with a VGA or HDMI port? Ive done a bit of research and theres quite a lot of conflicting information...
#30
fungus
do not understand the point of a netbook with a 3 cell battery.


I know!

It makes no sense. :?
#31
A mod needs to unexpire this.
#32
Still in stock!
#33
pinkstacey;7513167
Still in stock!


[FONT=Verdana]There's [COLOR=Navy]one hundred and twenty-seven[/COLOR] of them still available - I've flagged up this thread to the moderators and asked them to un-expire it.

Cheers, Scotty Boy! :thumbsup:[/FONT]
#34
To anyone considering getting an Ubuntu/other Linux netbook, good for you but a word of caution don't expect it to be just like Windows. Linux is not Windows. Without starting a flamewar there are aspects of each that work in their favour; with Windows its the fact that everyone already has experience on using it, and also its support from hardware and software vendors. With Linux IMHO its its stability, security, cost (and I just prefer it but thats my preference).

If you are considering trying Linux thats great but you have to be prepared to learn new concepts. You dont have to be a computing wizard to use it but you cant just expect to use it out of the box like Windows. If you want to try new things and reap the rewards I reccomend you go for it. If you're not prepared to spend a little bit of time climatizing to something new then best steer clear and stay with Windows.

p.s I'm not trying to rile anyone off, just seen a lot of people try Linux and not like the fact that its different from Windows. I;ve also seen lots that do! :thumbsup:
#35
Without meaning to sound like an idiot, is the mini 1011 the same as the new mini10? or the mini10v?
1 Like #36
edzio;7513383
Without meaning to sound like an idiot, is the mini 1011 the same as the new mini10? or the mini10v?


[FONT=Verdana]No probs mate - Dell have confused it a bit with what they've given their model lines.

[COLOR=Navy]1010[/COLOR] - Is the older Dell Mini 10, which comes with the Intel Atom Z520 or Z530 CPU
[COLOR=Navy]1011[/COLOR] - Is the Dell Mini 10v, which comes with the Intel Atom N270 CPU
[COLOR=Navy]1012[/COLOR] - Is the latest Dell Mini 10, which comes the latest Intel Atom N450 CPU.

Cheers, Scotty Boy! :thumbsup:[/FONT]
#37
Scotty Boy
[FONT=Verdana]No probs mate - Dell have confused it a bit with what they've given their model lines.

[COLOR=Navy]1010[/COLOR] - Is the older Dell Mini 10, which comes with the Intel Atom Z520 or Z530 CPU
[COLOR=Navy]1011[/COLOR] - Is the Dell Mini 10v, which comes with the Intel Atom N270 CPU
[COLOR=Navy]1012[/COLOR] - Is the latest Dell Mini 10, which comes the latest Intel Atom N450 CPU.

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


Thanks Scott, that was most helpful, I've added you some rep :) I think that I might pass on this deal, as I had been looking at the latest mini10 earlier tonight and was really tempted, then saw this post and thought that my luck was in lol!
#38
edzio;7513407
Thanks Scott, that was most helpful, I've added you some rep :) I think that I might pass on this deal, as I had been looking at the latest mini10 earlier tonight and was really tempted, then saw this post and thought that my luck was in lol!


[FONT=Verdana]No probs mate, glad to have been of some help for you.

Cheers, Scotty Boy! :thumbsup:[/FONT]
#39
Ninty
does anyone know if these come with a VGA or HDMI port? Ive done a bit of research and theres quite a lot of conflicting information...


Mine has a vga port.
#40
I have one, installed W7 myself, battey last at least 2 hours with heavy usage, runs better that XP did, has a HDMI connection no VGA, only negative is the mousepad, takes a bit of getting use.

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