EXPIRED - CCL Value Minibook, Linux, 2GB SSD, 7Inch TFT, 128MB of RAM, Wireless b/g £166.98 Including Delivery Or Pickup £159.99 - HotUKDeals
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The Minibook is the perfect notebook for surfing the internet, uploading your latest photos and sharing them with your friends. It uses office applications whilst on the go and with built in WiFi technology you can be mobile wherever you are! It is an affordable product with low power consumption, designed for communication and digital multimedia entertainment by accessing the Internet through a broadband terminal*. It can be used without the threat of viruses. In addition to a variety of multimedia and high-speed *broadband Internet access functions, the Minibook can be used for other purposes, such as the e-book reader, picture browser, Flash player, instant communication, e-dictionary, MP3 player, game simulator and PDAs. Also, it provides the user personalized Flash desktops.

Main Features:
# 7-inch TFT LCD Screen
# True colour display image
# Stylish piano black finish
# Highly secure virus free and easy to use Linux operating system
# Built in WiFi (IEEE 802.1 b/g)
# All kinds of application software packages, including web browser, flash player, PDF viewer, office package & email

Enriched experience:
# Internet surfing, information searching and news reading
# Instant online communication with family, friends and classmates
# Download and enjoy music
# Picture and image sharing

Office assistant:
# Office software package
# E-mail receiving and sending management
# Daily work plan and management
# PDF viewer
# E-book reader

# Storage drive type: Nand Flash 2GB
# System RAM: 128MB
# Operating System: Linux
# Processor: 32 Bit Processor
# I/O ports: 3 USB host sockets, 1 earphone/line-in socket
# Card slot: Push-push SD card socket
# Mouse control: Touchpad
# Keyboard: Standard 80-key UK layout
# Display type: 7-inch LCD TFT
# Widescreen: Yes
# Max resolution: 800 x 400 WVGA
# Other com options: 10/100MB Ethernet port
# Wireless LAN: Built-in WiFi IEEE 802.11b/g
# Audio input: Microphone
# Audio output: Dual speakers
# Software: Linux web browser, Office, PDF viewer, Email
# Battery: Lithium battery (max 3-hour)
# Power Supply: AC charger/power supply
# Weight: 650g
# Size: 222mm x 165mm x 29.5mm
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Despite not knowing the processor, and the small res screen, I think this is a good alternative to the 7" Eee.

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Despite not knowing the processor, and the small res screen, I think this is a good alternative to the 7" Eee.

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It's the processor that might be the sore point of this system. The same laptop has turned up in quite a few outlets today, none listing the CPU as anything but generic 32bit. This is a bad thing - that it's not shouting about having an Intel, AMD or Via chip might well mean that its CPU isn't x86 compatible. No x86 compatability means that you're not going to be able to run much software on it, only the stuff that comes with and is specially compiled for the CPU. So, no Windows, and maybe no Open Office or any other Linux dist .

One to avoid until more facts come out about it, I think.
For anyone interested you can ask on the CCL forums what the CPU is.
The same one sold by Maplin, Scan and a few others.
More expensive than it's worth, IMO.
An interesting discussion on it can be read on
WIth a generic processor and only 128mb of RAM, this would probably struggle to run XP anyway!
same one Maplin & Novatech are doing. Cheaper from Maplin if you use their monthly discount vouchers
The CPU is unlikely to be X86 compatible so dont expect to be able to download any of your favourite Linux software.
If so nothing will install on it apart from stuff at the manufacturers website.

Very bad buy considering the massively better EEE PC is now £160.

OK if it was £100
Better off getting the Elonex oneT for this money: http://www.elonexone.co.uk/onet.html

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