HP 550 Laptop, Celeron M 550 2GHz, 160GB HDD, 1GB RAM, 15.4" TFT, DVD±RW, Vista Home Basic UK with Free 1 year National Cloud WiFi Access (worth over £100) @ Ebuyer £249.99 inc Delivery - HotUKDeals
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A comfortable fit for any budget, HP 550 Notebook PC helps keep you connected and productive so your office goes with you.

Highly portable design. With a 15.4-inch HP BrightView diagonal widescreen display, a fresh new look and starting weight of only 2.49 kg, the HP 550 is the perfect business partner.

Built to protect. Device Access Manager for HP ProtectTools helps defend your network, your applications, and your data by controlling ports and removable storage devices on your system to prevent unauthorized users from removing your data.

*12 Months FREE access to over 7000 Cloud Wi-Fi Hot Spots in the UK
for HP 550 Notebooks - worth over £100!

Processor
Intel® Celeron® M 550 Processor 2.0 GHz,
533 MHz FSB,
1 MB L2 cache
Memory
1GB (4096 MB maximum)
2 SODIMM slots supporting dual channel memory
Hard Drive
160GB SMART SATA, 5400rpm
Optical Drive
DVD+/RW SuperMulti DL LightScribe
Software
Operating System: Genuine Windows Vista® Home Basic
HP Recovery Manager,

Roxio Creator Basic 9
Display
15.4 inches diagonal
Graphics
Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator X3100
Up to 384 MB shared system memory
Audio
High Definition Audio,

mono speaker,

stereo headphone/line out,

stereo microphone in
Input Devices
Full-sized keyboard
Touchpad with scroll zone
Networking
Broadcom 802.11 b/g, Bluetooth® 2.0 (optional)
Wireless capability
56K modem
Intel Fast Ethernet Integrated Controller (10/100 NIC)
Dimensions
Depth 35.8
Height 26.7cm
Width 3.2cm
Weight 2.5kg
Power Supply
6-cell (47 WHr) Lithium-Ion battery
External 65W AC adapter, HP Fast Charge Technology
Battery life Up to 4h30m
Interfaces
3 x USB 2.0 ports,
1 x VGA,
1 x stereo microphone in,
1 x stereo headphone/line out,
1 x power connector,
1 x RJ-11,
1 x RJ-45
Expansion
1 ExpressCard/54 slot,

Secure Digital (SD) slot
Warranty/Miscellaneous
1 Year manufacturer Warranty
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#1
So are these CLOUD wifi spots ones that you can not connect to with normal wifi or something, as they are listing 3 close to me, 2 of them are in pubs which I have already managed to connect to with my laptop no problem at all, so was just wondering what was so special about this CLOUD system???
#2
Free National Cloud WiFi Access? How long?
#3
TheCaptain
So are these CLOUD wifi spots ones that you can not connect to with normal wifi or something, as they are listing 3 close to me, 2 of them are in pubs which I have already managed to connect to with my laptop no problem at all, so was just wondering what was so special about this CLOUD system???


Should find out what you need to know at their site : http://www.thecloud.net

To my knowledge it's a wifi hotspot that users normally have to pay up front for - I have seen them in pubs, bars and cafes.
#4
ro888
Free National Cloud WiFi Access? How long?


1 Year
#5
martinelsen
Should find out what you need to know at their site : http://www.thecloud.net

To my knowledge it's a premium wifi hotspot that users normally have to pay up front for - I have seen them in pubs, bars and cafes.
#6
Good deal - Needs more ram & hard drive to run vista well though........for me, anyway.
#7
With the upgrade process for windows 7 starting today, I'd hold off buying.
#8
skinrush;5593496
Good deal - Needs more ram & hard drive to run vista well though........for me, anyway.

RAM would help, but the hard drive capacity has no effect on how well Vista runs. As long as there's enough space for the OS and it's swap file. 160GB is plenty of capacity for a lot more than that.
#9
Gazbert
RAM would help, but the hard drive capacity has no effect on how well Vista runs. As long as there's enough space for the OS and it's swap file. 160GB is plenty of capacity for a lot more than that.


That's what I was saying. I'd rather have more hard drive because Vista takes up a fair bit of space on the hard drive. I wasn't suggesting that a larger hard drive makes it run smoother. :thumbsup:

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