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Dell Mini 10v £179.00 - inc vat and delivery

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7y, 5m agoFound 7 years, 5 months ago
48 hour deal apparently.

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It's a £20 reduction on the 10v 8Gb and 160Gb models. Screen resolution is slightly less at 1024 x 576 compared to the more common 1024 x 600 on other netbooks but still a good deal for the physical screen size.

- Cuddy
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#1
N-Series Intel® Atom™ Processor N270 (1.60GHz, 533MHz, 512K cache)
Ubuntu 8.04
Black back cover
10.1" Widescreen WSVGA with Truelife (1024x576)
1024MB 533MHz Dual Channel DDR2 SDRAM
8GB Solid State Hard Drive
1Yr Limited Warranty - Collect & Return
Integrated 1.3MP Camera - N-Series Only
3-cell Lithium-Ion Battery (24 WHr)
Dell Wireless 1397 Mini Card (802.11 b/g)
Integrated Intel® Graphic Media Accelerator 950
Accessories
Services & Software
N-Series Only - No AntiVirus Selected
Also Includes
Mini 1011 Base with WLAN
Internal UK/Irish Qwerty Keyboard
English Documentation
N07B1001
1Yr Limited Warranty - Collect & Return
#2
Comes back at £199 for me on that link !!!

Price is £179, plus delivery which is £17.39 + Vat (or £20)

Or do you have a voucher for free delivery?
#3
TheCaptain
Comes back at £199 for me on that link !!!


The £20 discount is also available in the Home section where VAT and del is included in the displayed prices...

http://www.dell.co.uk/home/laptops
#4
This is the link i was given, takes me to the £179 price.

http://configure.euro.dell.com/dellstore/config.aspx?c=uk&cs=ukdhs1&l=en&oc=N00B1001&dgc=AF&cid=5212&lid=122756&acd=28ee4f004bc8c9ff6955ae0c7a5fb8d7

As mentioned above, it seems to be the same price on the home site too.
#5
Cuddy
The £20 discount is also available in the Home section where VAT and del is included in the displayed prices...

http://www.dell.co.uk/home/laptops


Link to Mini 10 deal at £179 on Home Section here
#6
Yep that new link works, the link on the main listing takes you to the Business section which does not have the discount, where as this new link takes you to the home section which has the £20 off...
#7
Can someone remove the small business text from the thread title please? And fix the link to point to the home site? Thanks!
#8
Zub
This is the link i was given, takes me to the £179 price.

http://configure.euro.dell.com/dellstore/config.aspx?c=uk&cs=ukdhs1&l=en&oc=N00B1001&dgc=AF&cid=5212&lid=122756&acd=28ee4f004bc8c9ff6955ae0c7a5fb8d7

As mentioned above, it seems to be the same price on the home site too.


Its £199 on Dell Small Business and £179 on Dell Home Section !!
#9
Just noticed that they have the XP version with a 160gb HD reduced as well down to £229 delivered...

http://configure.euro.dell.com/dellstore/config.aspx?b=&c=uk&cs=ukdhs1&kc=HDP2&l=en&m_30=205117&oc=N00B1002&rbc=N00B1002&s=dhs
[mod]#10
Zub;5583447
Can someone remove the small business text from the thread title please? And fix the link to point to the home site? Thanks!


Go to deal link etc sorted :)
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#12
Looks like a proper netbook. 6 cell battery option to give sensible battery life adds £40.

Any links to reviews of this model (I could only find press release type reviews)?

Heat added.
#13
The shipped screen res seems to be a bit random at the moment. Some people on the mydellmini forum who both received their 10v netbooks yesterday, one got a 1024x576 and the other got two 1024x600 models. The x600 seems to be the newer build, and in the Dell Japan store they've switched to 1024x600.
#14
Does anybody have any idea if the Alpine White Back Cover is glossy, I didnt want to order only to find that it'll turn black within a few weeks. Obviously placing it in clean areas will help but i travel alot and want it to keep its clean white look.:oops:
#15
So if i were to say which one is best,this 1 or the 8.9 acer one from play.

basically i use to internet,listen to music,photo's.

or would the one from morrisons be better that one at 249 pounds.
#16
Would it be possible to qualify for Quidco with this deal?

Thanks.

Cheekster.
#17
4% i think from quidco.
#18
Hot - nice find
#19
many thanks :D
#20
PROEVO1502
So if i were to say which one is best,this 1 or the 8.9 acer one from play.

basically i use to internet,listen to music,photo's.

or would the one from morrisons be better that one at 249 pounds.



none of the above


its the Samsung NC10
#21
Would it not be possible to buy the Mini 10v with a 160Gb HDD for £218.99. And install Windows XP on it yourself?
#22
arpster
none of the above


its the Samsung NC10


NC10 is £100 more, correct me if i'm wrong. putting it in a diff bracket really.
#23
robklobb
Does anybody have any idea if the Alpine White Back Cover is glossy, I didnt want to order only to find that it'll turn black within a few weeks. Obviously placing it in clean areas will help but i travel alot and want it to keep its clean white look.:oops:


All the colours Dell offer are all glossy. I don't know what kind of white glossy products you've had in the past that have turned black but I can assure you that these won't. At worst they will go a very very VERY pale yellow over a few years:)

The fact that it is glossy makes it easy to wipe down with a damp (not dripping wet) cloth to get rid of any light dirt.
#24
can the SSDs be swapped out on these?
#25
fox81
can the SSDs be swapped out on these?


Yes but you need to be aware that they do not take 2.5inch size SSD drives. You will need ones that a specifically labelled for Dell Mini, like this...

http://www.memoryc.com/search.html?q=dell+mini&x=0&y=0

As you can see, quite expensive on a £/Gb ratio when compared to "normal" SSD.

However, if you buy the 160Gb 10v then that will take standard 2.5inch SSD or regular 2.5inch harddrives :)
#26
PROEVO1502
So if i were to say which one is best,this 1 or the 8.9 acer one from play.

basically i use to internet,listen to music,photo's.

or would the one from morrisons be better that one at 249 pounds.


If you can wait a week or 2 looking out for the Mini 9 with WWAN might be a good deal.
Thanks th hotukdeals I bought a Mini 9 a couple of weeks ago from Dell for £185 all in.

Came with an unlocked built in 3G card.:-D

Certainly lookss like Dell are having a few deals and I would not be surprised to see a similar offer pop up again.
#27
BikerTaz69
If you can wait a week or 2 looking out for the Mini 9 with WWAN might be a good deal.


Do you have advanced knowledge of a future deal or are you just guessing? :)
#28
Remember this deal is just £20 cheaper than the normal price.

I am sure better deals would follow on this.
#29
good deal
#30
robklobb
Does anybody have any idea if the Alpine White Back Cover is glossy, I didnt want to order only to find that it'll turn black within a few weeks. Obviously placing it in clean areas will help but i travel alot and want it to keep its clean white look.:oops:


Alpine white is glossy and wipe clean easily.
#31
It is not include the delivery! it has stated that include vat and delivery but i tried to order one, it came up with£17 delivery!!!! anyone help me
#32
At the checkout it subtracts £20 discount from the price then adds the £20 delivery.

You still end up paying £179 (including VAT & delivery).
#33
What I can't understand is why people would want an 8Gb SSD over 160GB HDD. From the articles I have read SSDs aren't yet the fabulous solution they were meant to be (which was super fast and low power drain). Yes, they are a little better (again, from what I've read) but not so significantly enough that I'd want the 8Gb over 160Gb.

Please feel free to fill in my knowledge gap, I'd love to know the reasons why anyone would get the one over the other?

PS. I'm aware I bot my GB and Gb mixed around but I can never remember which is which!
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Alien, The main advantage of SSD for cheap netbooks is their robustness. They have no moving parts so you will not crash the heads into the disc when you handle it roughly. Netbooks are small enough to be carried everywhere so are more likely to receive the odd knock or worse.

Netbooks are intended for browsing, email, office applications. None of these require hugh storage space. OK, your music collection may be a problem but netbooks have one or two SD card slots.

You can always use an external USB disk for the occassions you need large files.
#35
Totally agree with Scotty's reply, and rep added!
#36
scotty2
Alien, The main advantage of SSD for cheap netbooks is their robustness. They have no moving parts so you will not crash the heads into the disc when you handle it roughly. Netbooks are small enough to be carried everywhere so are more likely to receive the odd knock or worse.

Netbooks are intended for browsing, email, office applications. None of these require hugh storage space. OK, your music collection may be a problem but netbooks have one or two SD card slots.

You can always use an external USB disk for the occassions you need large files.


Of course, I forget about the no moving parts. Out of curiousity, surely the heads on standards drives can't crash into the disc when it's switched off, aren't they "parked"?

Unfortunately, the storage is quite important to me, purely because I'd like to load one up when I'm off on a long weekend trip or a week or two away from home somewhere. Like a TV series or two and a few films. not sure I'd manage to fit all them on the SSD and an SD card (though they are starting to get ridiculously bigger now!).

Thanks for taking the time to reply, rep added.
#37
Cuddy
Yes but you need to be aware that they do not take 2.5inch size SSD drives. You will need ones that a specifically labelled for Dell Mini, like this...

http://www.memoryc.com/search.html?q=dell+mini&x=0&y=0

As you can see, quite expensive on a £/Gb ratio when compared to "normal" SSD.

However, if you buy the 160Gb 10v then that will take standard 2.5inch SSD or regular 2.5inch harddrives :)


are you sure?
this one guy from dell forum stated the ssd mini 9 is different with mini 10v.
mini 10v takes 2.5" sata be it ssd or hdd
http://mydellmini.com/forum/dell-mini-10-hardware-upgrades/8335-silicon-power-solid-state-drive-upgrade-dell-mini-10v-2.html

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