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The Hannspree HANNSbook SN10E24 is a light, slim netbook that weighs less than 1.3kg! This compact computer is great for use on the daily commute, at home or in the office, thanks to the crisp 10.1 inch LED display with anti glare technology, and the comfy full size keyboard. With Windows® 7 starter, 1GB RAM and a roomy 160GB hard drive, you'll have plenty of power and space for all your favourite files and applications. The built-in Wi-Fi receiver keeps you connected, and the 1.3MP webcam even supports conference calling! HANNSbook SN10E24 has an efficient 6 Cell Li-lon battery that gives you up to 6 hours of non-stop computing from one full charge, and will quickly recharge, ready for anything.
Windows® 7 Home Starter

Discover a more user-friendly interface. The Windows® 7 Home Starter operating system is easy to get to grips with, great at performance management and can be personalised with your own unique settings.
Intel® Atom N450 processor (1.66GHz)

This energy-efficient chip uses up less power than a standard processor; so you can keep using your netbook for longer. Intel Atom processors make it easy to stay connected via email and instant messenger.
Connectivity

The Hannspree HANNSbook keeps you connected to contacts via Wi-Fi and Bluetooth®. You can easily access your email and instant messenger, and even enjoy conference calls and live video chats via the 1.3MP video camera.
Extra long battery life

With up to 6 hours of battery life you'll be able to do more on the go, for longer. The super-efficient processor and six cell battery work together to maximise your computing time.
Great for…

Staying connected, doing more for longer and media playback.

The Hannspree HANNSbook SN10E24 comes with a carry bag, quick start guide, cleaning cloth, utility CD with manual and a recovery CD.
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#1
Hot from me, bluetooth and 6 cell for £199!
1 Like #2
Its a netbook (Atom processor), not a laptop though
#3
Quick Google gives reasonably good reviews.

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Seems decent value in the netbook market.

If buying, remember Quidco from CPW @ 5%
#4
you can get refurbs for less with this spec but if you want new this is a good price:)

i like hannspree products so hot from me
#5
mikerr
Its a netbook (Atom processor), not a laptop though

+1
1 Like #6
quizmaniac
you can get refurbs for less with this spec but if you want new this is a good price:)

i like hannspree products so hot from me


Please provide an example... Also these are brand new so you cannot really compare a refurb with a brand new product
#7
good price but not sure about the brand.
#8
mikerr
Its a netbook (Atom processor), not a laptop though

+10
#9
Doh! i am currently looking to buy a laptop to replace my current LG RD 480:
- 14.1" HD
- Intel Core 2 Duo [2.10Ghz]
- 2GB RAM
- 250GB SATA
- DVD-RW
- Bluetooth, WIFI
- PCI-E, E-SATA
- Webcam
- Arabic and English keyboard

Its cool but the internal wireless network card is rubbish and cant pick up a signal unless i'm sat near the router (or using an external adaptor). Putting it on ebay soon if the current buyer backs out.

Anyway, point is i am looking for a replacement that is between 12.1" and 14.1" Not bothered about specs - as long as its got good wifi and the option to upgrade (memory to 3gb/4gb and drive to a dvd-rw).

Anybody got any suggestions? Dont mind if its a refurb or not or a netbook. I might consider this one but i'm not a big fan of the brand. :{
#10
shuwaz
Doh! i am currently looking to buy a laptop to replace my current LG RD 480:
- 14.1" HD
- Intel Core 2 Duo [2.10Ghz]
- 2GB RAM
- 250GB SATA
- DVD-RW
- Bluetooth, WIFI
- PCI-E, E-SATA
- Webcam
- Arabic and English keyboard

Its cool but the internal wireless network card is rubbish and cant pick up a signal unless i'm sat near the router (or using an external adaptor). Putting it on ebay soon if the current buyer backs out.

Anyway, point is i am looking for a replacement that is between 12.1" and 14.1" Not bothered about specs - as long as its got good wifi and the option to upgrade (memory to 3gb/4gb and drive to a dvd-rw).

Anybody got any suggestions? Dont mind if its a refurb or not or a netbook. I might consider this one but i'm not a big fan of the brand. :{


Look on laptopsdirect, plenty of refurbs and new ones on there. I've bought over 50 units from there and the customer service was good. I did have an account manager though, I don't know how a off one purchaser would fare with their customer service. You can usually pick up a full 12 month warranty by paying a bit more when you checkout.


Edited By: fishmaster on Aug 31, 2010 16:52: bodged quotes
#11
quizmaniac
you can get refurbs for less with this spec but if you want new this is a good price:)i like hannspree products so hot from me

yeh got a dell 1011 with 6 cell battery for 133 delivered
#12
shuwaz
Doh! i am currently looking to buy a laptop to replace my current LG RD 480:- 14.1" HD- Intel Core 2 Duo [2.10Ghz]- 2GB RAM- 250GB SATA- DVD-RW- Bluetooth, WIFI- PCI-E, E-SATA- Webcam- Arabic and English keyboardIts cool but the internal wireless network card is rubbish and cant pick up a signal unless i'm sat near the router (or using an external adaptor). Putting it on ebay soon if the current buyer backs out.Anyway, point is i am looking for a replacement that is between 12.1" and 14.1" Not bothered about specs - as long as its got good wifi and the option to upgrade (memory to 3gb/4gb and drive to a dvd-rw).Anybody got any suggestions? Dont mind if its a refurb or not or a netbook. I might consider this one but i'm not a big fan of the brand. :{

try a dell refurb (they are usually totally mint) or the new £399 13.3in acer that was on here was a good buy and miles better spec than most will ever need, so will last a long time - depends if its still available (and hope you avoid their dire support)

Edited By: royals on Aug 31, 2010 17:02: d
#13
Nad_84
quizmaniac
you can get refurbs for less with this spec but if you want new this is a good price:)i like hannspree products so hot from me
Please provide an example... Also these are brand new so you cannot really compare a refurb with a brand new product

you have never had a decent refurb then.....only main diff usually is the warranty, but dell's are usually 12 mths anyway, same as new and their refurbs are usually mint and approx 30%-50% cheaper than new
#14
This is a similar price to the dell mini 10.
Anyone know if there's much difference?
#15
shuwaz
Doh! i am currently looking to buy a laptop to replace my current LG RD 480:
- 14.1" HD
- Intel Core 2 Duo [2.10Ghz]
- 2GB RAM
- 250GB SATA
- DVD-RW
- Bluetooth, WIFI
- PCI-E, E-SATA
- Webcam
- Arabic and English keyboard

Its cool but the internal wireless network card is rubbish and cant pick up a signal unless i'm sat near the router (or using an external adaptor). Putting it on ebay soon if the current buyer backs out.

Anyway, point is i am looking for a replacement that is between 12.1" and 14.1" Not bothered about specs - as long as its got good wifi and the option to upgrade (memory to 3gb/4gb and drive to a dvd-rw).

Anybody got any suggestions? Dont mind if its a refurb or not or a netbook. I might consider this one but i'm not a big fan of the brand. :{


Why not just replace the wireless card. Its proably just a mini pci-e one surely? Only about a tenner for a new one.
#16
So what is the best notebook to buy?? money no object!

been looking at the samsung N230 it's £342 on Amazon

any good, also I have a few programs which only run on XP how do i go about that with windows 7??
#17
cd0nc
shuwaz
Doh! i am currently looking to buy a laptop to replace my current LG RD 480:
- 14.1" HD
- Intel Core 2 Duo [2.10Ghz]
- 2GB RAM
- 250GB SATA
- DVD-RW
- Bluetooth, WIFI
- PCI-E, E-SATA
- Webcam
- Arabic and English keyboard

Its cool but the internal wireless network card is rubbish and cant pick up a signal unless i'm sat near the router (or using an external adaptor). Putting it on ebay soon if the current buyer backs out.

Anyway, point is i am looking for a replacement that is between 12.1" and 14.1" Not bothered about specs - as long as its got good wifi and the option to upgrade (memory to 3gb/4gb and drive to a dvd-rw).

Anybody got any suggestions? Dont mind if its a refurb or not or a netbook. I might consider this one but i'm not a big fan of the brand. :{


Why not just replace the wireless card. Its proably just a mini pci-e one surely? Only about a tenner for a new one.


Wouldnt know where to start. I have removed memory, dvd-drives and hard drives but how would i go about removing the wireless card? i thought it was soldered into the motherboard or something like that?
#18
Hannspree is not a great make and this is only 1gb and 160gb
#19
MIDURIX
Hannspree is not a great make and this is only 1gb and 160gb


Hannspree are the kings of Budget LCD tv's , i remember reading pages and pages of excellent reviews about their products on the AV Forums (internets biggest Tech geeks) .
I would certainly trust them .
#20
Huge thanx! i managed to remove the card. Now i just need advice on which wifi pci-express card to replace it with? I obviously need something that is very powerful because despite trying various adaptors (belkin n1 express card and a usb wifi adaptor from ebay) i struggle to get a good wifi connection.

I currently use a external adaptor (Alfa awus036h) but of course its not very good when i am wanting to move around the house.

any suggestions for a powerful wifi card?
#21
MinerWilly
MIDURIX
Hannspree is not a great make and this is only 1gb and 160gb


Hannspree are the kings of Budget LCD tv's , i remember reading pages and pages of excellent reviews about their products on the AV Forums (internets biggest Tech geeks) .
I would certainly trust them .
my technika 1080p 32" is brilliant but i still wouldn't call them a great make, the build is good but the styling is pants, but im sure they could become a good company in time.
#22
OP really needs to change the title to "netbook".
#23
shuwaz
Huge thanx! i managed to remove the card. Now i just need advice on which wifi pci-express card to replace it with? I obviously need something that is very powerful because despite trying various adaptors (belkin n1 express card and a usb wifi adaptor from ebay) i struggle to get a good wifi connection.

I currently use a external adaptor (Alfa awus036h) but of course its not very good when i am wanting to move around the house.

any suggestions for a powerful wifi card?


I don't think you'll get any better connection as you will be using the laptops internal aerial and if the router is an 'n' type router and you've already tried an 'n' type belkin adapter, then an 'n' type pci express card won't help. Your alfa card should be very good, I don't see why it should not be so good moving around the house as it's aerial is omnidirection. An alternative might be usb connected adapter from Hawking though these ARE very directional. The other alternative is to put the router in a higher, more favourable position and the final alternative, which I prefer for security reasons is using mains wireless adapters, though these require a physical connection to an adapter (such as homeplug or powerline)

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