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Metro (free paper) have an exclusive discount for the Mini 10v with Windows XP and 160GB hard drive for £199. The E-value code is NPIE03-N00B1002. Offer expires 17th March 2010. Order at or call 0844 444 5810.

Intel® Atom Processor N270 (1.60GHz, 533MHz, 512K cache)
Genuine Windows® XP Home - English
Microsoft® Works 9.0 / English - (Does not include Microsoft® Word)
1 year of coverage included with your PC
McAfee® Security Centre - 15 Month Protection - English
10.1" Widescreen WSVGA with Truelife (1024x600)
1024MB 533MHz Dual Channel DDR2 SDRAM
160GB (5,400rpm) SATA Hard Drive
No DataSafe Online Backup 2GB (Direct)
Integrated 1.3MP Camera
3-cell Lithium-Ion Battery (24 WHr)
Dell Wireless 1397 Mini Card (802.11 b/g)
Integrated Intel® Graphic Media Accelerator 950
No Bluetooth Upgrade
Black back cover
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Quidco is currently 3% for Dell sales.

- Simon.
rather would go with carphone warehouse toshiba netbook
Not sure it's really such a great deal.

Loads of Mini 10s and 10vs coming up in the Dell outlet at the moment for less (£160ish if the free delivery offer is still on) but some good alternatives too ( Just search back through this site over the alast 1-2 weeks).

I just ordered a refurb Samsung NC10 from Argos clearance store on ebay. £166 delivered and a full 12 month warranty (only 3 cell battery but hey - at the price I'm still happy).

It should arrive today/tomorrow and if its a proper factory refurb with no scratches etc I'll be well chuffed at the price. I'm looking to hackintosh it too and while everything suggests its more of a pain to get OSX working on it than the Dell 10v's, the extra screen resolution apparently causes fewer problems when installing/running other applications.

So horses for courses and all that but there's no need to rush at this deal. Older netbook models at sub £200 are and will continue to make regular appearances at HUKD for the foreseeable future!! :thumbsup:

My 2 cents anyway.

The free delivery offer on the outlet has finished so will add £21 to the cost of an outlet laptop.
I can't find this offer, when I look it comes up as 219. They were 199 last week but the price went up on Friday I think. Gutted I missed it though. I did see a refurb one in PC World in Milton Keynes at the weekend for 160.
The online price is showing as £219 rather than £199 so probably best to call them directly quoting the offer. Hopefully the online price will be fixed shortly.

Quidco is currently 3% for Dell sales.

- Simon.

If you call them, then you won't get the Quidco!
I can't find this offer, when I look it comes up as 219. They were 199 last week but the price went up on Friday I think. Gutted I missed it though. I did see a refurb one in PC World in Milton Keynes at the weekend for 160.

The link is now correctly showing the price of £199.
Ordered many thanks.
I just don't see the point of 3 cell notebook batteries ... it's just irritating
I have a proper laptop which I will use if I go away for a long time or sitting on a train but if I'm popping out for a bit the couple of hours of battery will be fine.
I want one of these, but I'm waiting on a better deal/ voucher to come along.
Does anyone know if the RAM can be upgraded on these?

EDIT: I checked on Crucial's website and it seems that the RAM on the Mini 10v can be upgraded from 1gb to 2gb, although it looks about as difficult as upgrading the RAM on an AAO!

The price of this should be £179.00. On the product page, it says that this item qualifies for free delivery (when you click on the bit that says "[COLOR="Blue"]Discount Details[/COLOR]"). Yet, when you add it to the basket, it shows that delivery is £20 inc. VAT.

I'm gonna phone Dell and point this out to them and see if I get it for £179 delivered.

EDIT: I phoned Dell and after a lengthy chat, the sales guy asked me to send him an email with a link to the offer of free shipping. I'm now waiting on him to phone me back.

p.s. Here's the link.

It's been about 90 minutes since I sent the email and I've not heard from the guy. I'll try again tomorrow or Thursday and I'll let you know how it goes.
I phoned again this morning and despite what I said and email I sent them regarding the offer of free shipping, Dell weren't budging. I've bitten the bullet and ordered one at £199. I'm a bit disappointed as I had a chance to order one of these when the price was reduced to £140, but I dithered and Dell rectified the price. But, it is a good machine, so maybe I'll love it in time...

p.s. I ordered via TCB for 5% cashback.
Mine is being delivered on Thursday afternoon. I'm just about over the price, especially since it's now £228.99. I've bought Snow Leopard and am just about ready to Hackintosh it. I just need to load SL onto my flash drive then I'm good to go.

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