Fujitsu Siemens ESPRIMO U9200 SUB-Notebook PC with Free Port Replicator and 3 Year Warranty Core 2 Duo T5450 / 12.1 WXGA / 1GB / 120GB / DVDRW / Vista Business /5200mAh /BT / 1.3 MP webcam /1.8kg !!! / Intel WLAN /Gigabite LAN/ spill proof keyboa - HotUKDeals
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3 years collect and return warranty
Port Replicator
+ 5% quidco (-£15) making it approx £343 delivered

12.1'' , 1.83kg !!!!!

Fujitsu Siemens U9200

Platform Technology Intel Centrino Duo T5450 1.66 Ghz x 2
1Gb Ram
120GB HDD Sata
DVDRW
Bluetooth
WLAN (Intel) IEEE 802.11b/a/g
Card reader ( Supported Flash Memory Cards SD Memory Card, Memory Stick, Memory Stick PRO, xD-Picture Card )
Chipset Intel 965 ( x3100 integrated graphic)
3 x USB
S -Video
Modem
Gigabit LAN
12.1 WXGA Display Widescreen
Spill - proof keyboard
1.3 MP webcam
Very good battery :
Run Time (Up To) 4 hour(s)
Capacity 5200 mAh
Technology 6-cell Lithium Ion
Windows Vista Business Edition recovery DVD
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#1
Awesome deal, netbook or this hmmm

By the way, you should'nt include the quidco discount in the price.
#2
schutz
Awesome deal, netbook or this hmmm

By the way, you should'nt include the quidco discount in the price.


Thanks, done.

As you can see some idiots vote cold anyway ;)
#3
Its a good deal, portable laptop that is a good brand and 3 years of warranty. The warranty alone is near impossible to find on laptops that dont cost loads these days.
#4
Good price and good spec!
#5
For the price and spec, i would be going Dell inspiron £349 about the same little better spec

vote hot anyway cos its a good price for what it is
#6
Would you get a 3 yr warranty on the Dell?
#7
TheWalkz
For the price and spec, i would be going Dell inspiron £349 about the same little better spec

vote hot anyway cos its a good price for what it is


what the specs for your inspiron and do you have a link.

i think this hot as its small and light. the equivilant is the dell vostro 1310 which has a small screen but works out more expensive.

thanks for the deal rep added.
#8
There are far better deals around, unless you're really desperate for a 3 year warranty. e.g. http://www.staples.co.uk/ENG/Catalog/cat_sku.asp?Description=UK_CL_Laptops+-+Fujitsu&CatIds=21797,35750,90635&webid=396306&affixedcode=WW

SImila spec but at £300 (minus 7% quidco) it's considerably cheaper.
#9
Quickee
There are far better deals around, unless you're really desperate for a 3 year warranty. e.g. http://www.staples.co.uk/ENG/Catalog/cat_sku.asp?Description=UK_CL_Laptops+-+Fujitsu&CatIds=21797,35750,90635&webid=396306&affixedcode=WW

SImila spec but at £300 (minus 7% quidco) it's considerably cheaper.



Are you feeling ok ,mate ? Can you read ?

It's 12.1 ''' sublaptop with C2D, webcam, 5200mAh battery, Vista Business, weighing 1.8kg !!!!! NOT normal 15.4 notebook with Celeron DC.
FMe
#10
It happens everytime a small alptop is posted.
This is good deal, and I would have bought one if I didn't already have a Asus 1000H. I really wanted a proper 12-13" laptop, but wasn't prepared to spend around £600 for a decent one, asit'll only get used when away from home. So ended compromising on the Asus for nearly half that price. Had I seen this at the time, I would probably have seriously considered this.
#11
Quickee
There are far better deals around, unless you're really desperate for a 3 year warranty. e.g. http://www.staples.co.uk/ENG/Catalog/cat_sku.asp?Description=UK_CL_Laptops+-+Fujitsu&CatIds=21797,35750,90635&webid=396306&affixedcode=WW

SImila spec but at £300 (minus 7% quidco) it's considerably cheaper.


Similar spec? Do you base that on the fact it's a laptop?
The listed one here is far better, smaller, better processor, integrated BT and webcam, spill proof keyboard, vista business, extended battery, 3 yr warranty..

But yes, apart form that....:whistling:
#12
fantastic price for brand new and 3 year warranty - can't see this price being beaten unless you go to Dell outlet and are prepared to hunt for several days.
#13
some mixed reviews about the build quality though.....
PCPro
#14
Looks like a great price, but this review casts doubts over its solidness, but then you are getting a free 3 Yr warranty which should add some piece of mind.
http://www.pcpro.co.uk/labs/175548/fujitsu-siemens-esprimo-mobile-u9200.html
note the much higher price tag of this reviewed machine (which does has extra memory and a better processor mind).
Also, although not listed in the spec pages, it may have a HSDPA WAN adaptor as this does look to be standard spec on these machines.
Odly though this model doesn't seem to be listed on the Fujitsu datasheet (I can't see one with the 1.66GHz C2D, am I just blind?)
http://sp.fujitsu-siemens.com/dmsp/docs/ds_esprimo_mobile_u9200.pdf
#15
Great price for a 12" business laptop.
Impossible to find any other models with:

- light weight / small size
- 3 year warranty
- port replicator (= similar to docking station)
#16
seems a very good price for the spec and small size and weight + 3 years warrenty
#17
would ditch vista though as i find it a greater drain on the battery than XP with effects turned off (so it looks like win2k)
#18
I apologise for not knowing anything about these things but am hoping you techno people can help me.
My daughter is 16 soon and has been asking non stop for a lap top. I'm a bit worried about this as I have heard that when she is using it, people can hack into it.
Would this be a good laptop for a teemager? She downloads music and likes to play games on it and obviously MSN and all that stuff. Is there something better you could suggest?
Any help would really be appreciated as I know nothing about these things.
#19
My DH wants a laptop for his birthday. Mainly for editing his photographs, using the internet etc, is this ok for that? I like the size and the warranty
#20
bought this last month from ebuyer for £370 good bit of kit for the price , **** speakers tho
#21
nasir_glasgow;2928143
**** speakers tho

they always are!
#22
Looks fantastic - good replacement for a slowly dying Dell Inspiron (c4 years old).

For a laptop of this spec AND size, with the warranty don't think you could ask for any better (well you could ask, but i don't think you would get !!).

Hot here, thanks.
#25
schutz;2927104
The warranty alone is near impossible to find on laptops that dont cost loads these days.
So how much do you think this will be worth after the two years your statutory rights cover you anyway? :?
#26
paperclip
some mixed reviews about the build quality though.....
PCPro


.... applying light pressure brought the TFT into contact with its backing. ...

You'll need that 3 year warranty!

Shame, seems a bargain otherwise - there's always a catch.
1 Like #27
kAREN-ANGEL
I apologise for not knowing anything about these things but am hoping you techno people can help me.
My daughter is 16 soon and has been asking non stop for a lap top. I'm a bit worried about this as I have heard that when she is using it, people can hack into it.
Would this be a good laptop for a teemager? She downloads music and likes to play games on it and obviously MSN and all that stuff. Is there something better you could suggest?
Any help would really be appreciated as I know nothing about these things.


If she's not travelling with it, she would be better buying a "full size laptop" as you would be able to get a higher specification for a similar price.
#28
love2save
My DH wants a laptop for his birthday. Mainly for editing his photographs, using the internet etc, is this ok for that? I like the size and the warranty


You may find that a 12" screen is a bit on the small side for photo editing, I don't do much but what I do is always on my desktop with 19" screen. It should be fine for the rest though and you could always use an external monitor for photo editing duties.
#29
Excellent deal, I was thinking about the Asus EPC that was posted yesterday but this is a lot better and is still compact, with the advantage of DVD RW to watch DVDs on! :D Shame PCWorld don't sell it to take advantage of their price matching! Heat + Rep added.
#30
love2save
My DH wants a laptop for his birthday. Mainly for editing his photographs, using the internet etc, is this ok for that? I like the size and the warranty


Again, might be better off with a "full sized" 15.4" laptop, as you will get a higher specification for a similar price. You'll particularly realise the benefits of a higher specification when editing photos.

(In fact, you might even be able to get a 17" laptop for a similar price, which might be even better as the larger screen will be more beneficial when editing multiple photos)
#31
just wow ^ ^
#32
So very tempting but the poor power management is a big strike against it in my books. As the PCPro review said, just 3hrs use in light use, and just under 1hr in more normal usage. I am buying a laptop as a netbook + photo editing.

Having had a trustworthy Dell Latitude X300 for just over a year now and squashed it into backpacks/rucksacks and more for several months of travel it is a great travel laptop (if you leave the dock behind), but just being a Pentium-M 1.4ghz it's not fast enough for lots of photo editing with 10-12mp files.

I know someone selling an "as new" Dell Latitude D430 I think i'll get instead of this, the Fijitsu tempted me away from it, but the weakness described of the screens build quality mixed with battery performance makes me willing to trade the 1.66ghz for a 1.2ghz Core2Duo, and 120gb for 60gb hdd...but then again i also already own a 320gb 2.5" external drive too which is more than any laptop offers. And as for the DVD drive, already got an external DVR DL/RW slimline, which with the Dell D430 would bring it close to equal weight to this laptop.
#33
It's an ok deal, 1gb of memory coupled with that processor will be pretty sluggish, so spec wise it's not too hot. Price is good for a 12.1" laptop though. I recently paid just under £400 for an Acer with 2gb RAM and a faster processor so it compares right with that.

Steve
#34
Good price for a good spec 12.1" laptop! :)
#35
Thanks myopinion2 and petersmith didn't think about that ;-)
#36
Come on people. Wake up and smell the coffee!

This is an awesome deal. I just ordered it. I even did quidco which is supposed to be 5% of 364ukp.

Core duo processor. X3100 Graphics. 3 year warranty. Port replicator. Small, light notebook with SIM card slot and Draft n wifi card. Plus I think Fujistsu blurb stated gigabit Ethernet.

Absolutely awesome in my opinion.
#37
Isn't an ultra portable though meant to be designed for being on the road..etc, and as such, do others not agree that poor battery life makes however fast/expandable somewhat irrelevant ?

You have Dell/HP recently announcing laptops which have near to 24hr battery life. Part of the way most normally measure UMPCs is battery life vs power (and expandability a 3rd), so 1hr comes off as a bit of a bad joke, that's not even enough time to watch one movie or hear one album.
#38
people should stop comparing 12.1'' laptops with 15.4'' ones!
great find voted hot!
#39
I'm not impressed by this one.
My dad and I were looking at laptops recently in Staples and the build quality of these are flimsy and cheap-feeling.
The specs aren't impressive either.
#40
Voted hot, this is truly a bargain. :thumbsup:

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