HP Pavilion DM1-1101sa 11.6 inch netbook wid webcam, bluetooth, DVD writer only £299 @ saveonlaptops - HotUKDeals
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I believe its a excellent deal, i have just received mine today, HP build quality is great and absolute marvellous to see

Intel® Celeron Dual Core SU2300 Processor, 11.6" HD Screen, Windows 7 Home Premium Edition 64-bit, 2GB RAM, 320GB HDD, DVD Rewriter, Integrated Graphics, Webcam, bluetooth, Wifi and FREE DELIVERY - THEY SAY 3 TO 5 DAYS, BUT I HAVE RECEIVED NEXT DAY.

Processor Intel® Celeron Dual Core (SU2300, 1MB L2 cache, 1.2GHz, 800MHz FSB)
Screen 11.6" (HD, 1366 x 768, WXGA LED)
Operating System Windows 7 Home Premium Edition 64-bit
RAM 2GB (DDR3 800MHZ)
Hard Drive 320GB
Optical Drive DVD Rewriter (External eSATA Super Multi Dual-Layer Drive)
Graphics Integrated (Intel® GMA X4500MHD Graphics with up to 1277MB Shared Memory)
Wireless LAN Wireless (802.11b/g Wireless)
Network Card 10/100Mbps Fast Ethernet
Integrated Webcam HP Webcam with Stereo Integrated Microphone
Card Reader 5-in-1 card reader (SD//MS/MS-Pro/MMC/xD-Picture card™)
USB Ports 3x USB 2.0 ports
Bluetooth Version 2.0
Speakers Intergrated Stereo Speakers
VGA Port 1 External VGA Port
Kensington Lock Kensington lock slot
Charge Time 2.5 Hours
HDMI 1 HDMI Connector
Battery Life 5-6 Hours (6 Cell Battery - up to 5 hours with power management)
Weight 1-2 Kg (This Model 1.46 Kg)
Warranty HP Pavilion 12 Month Warranty (Also use for Consumer Compaq's)
Finger Print Reader No
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#1
Did you get free Bullguard? (not that I would use it personally)
#2
ppl voting cold can u also post an alternative and better deal? Bull guard is free if u dont like it dont use it. i personally use free MS Seccurity essentials so its ur choice....
#3
Very nice machine, but holding out for usb 3, can't be long before it's standard now.
#4
That's not bad for the price, especially with the DVD-W being included - there was similar deal for the 1102SA model from back in August (from the same reseller) and here's the link to it (included it as it contains note & reference links from other members).

HotUKDeals - Good 11" laptop/netbook £279 @ saveonlaptops HP Pavilion DM1-1102SA - Expired
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/good-11-laptop-netbook-279-saveonla/737996
#5
is this better than the Mini 311c? how does this graphics card compare to the Nvidia Ion?
#6
withabix
Did you get free Bullguard? (not that I would use it personally)


I did get bull guard CD, but i use MS Security essentials
#7
Is this glossy screen
#8
it is an internal drive right?
#9
risheet
it is an internal drive right?

From the OP:
"Optical Drive DVD Rewriter (External eSATA Super Multi Dual-Layer Drive"

It doesn't come with glasses though. :D
#10
Thanks OP. I have been looking at this netbook. It was £359!
#11
Ah!
#12
tonyg1962
Is this glossy screen


according to reviews I have read it states glossy.
#13
im torn between this and the lenovo z560 thats going for £439, i know its a bit more but when i buy something like this i want the best value for money, what do you guys think?
#14
risheet
im torn between this and the lenovo z560 thats going for £439, i know its a bit more but when i buy something like this i want the best value for money, what do you guys think?


Two different laptops not comparable to each other. This one is small screen, slow performance, but lightweight and good battery life. z560 is bigger and faster, but heavy with short battery.
What is it you looking to do with it?
#15
great deal imo
#16
Agharta
risheet
it is an internal drive right?

From the OP:
"Optical Drive DVD Rewriter (External eSATA Super Multi Dual-Layer Drive"

It doesn't come with glasses though. :D

I gave it heat accidentally :)
I also thought the drive is internal. Now that would have been cool.
#17
Good price. Heat added
#18
Operating System Windows 7 Home Premium Edition 64-bit
RAM 2GB (DDR3 800MHZ)


I thought the 64bit version is only worth it on systems with 4GB+? Have I got that wrong?

Wireless LAN Wireless (802.11b/g Wireless) What about n?

Edited By: camcorderkid on Oct 20, 2010 13:53: Added more text
#19
camcorderkid
Operating System Windows 7 Home Premium Edition 64-bitRAM 2GB (DDR3 800MHZ) I thought the 64bit version is only worth it on systems with 4GB+? Have I got that wrong?Wireless LAN Wireless (802.11b/g Wireless) What about n?
more the other way round, 4gb+ only worth it if you have 64bit as the extra is 'wasted'
according to crucial this has 1 free ram slot to add (up to) a 4gb stick which would give 5gb total with the 1gb soldered stick. in that case you'd 'need' 64bit to utilise it all.
not sure anyone would actually do that though as rest of spec wouldn't really match the 5gb

Edited By: brilly on Oct 20, 2010 14:02: .
#20
camcorderkid
Operating System Windows 7 Home Premium Edition 64-bitRAM 2GB (DDR3 800MHZ) I thought the 64bit version is only worth it on systems with 4GB+? Have I got that wrong?

No you're bang on but at least it's future proof though I suppose.
#21
Is this one better than Dell 11z from the same website?
#22
After the laptop I have just had, I will never own a Pavillion ever again.
#23
BiGT-
is this better than the Mini 311c? how does this graphics card compare to the Nvidia Ion?

It doesn't, this has a shoddy integrated intel chip, however the extra performance from the more powerful processor makes it better at multi tasking and general use.
My partner has the dm1 1020sa with 3GB of RAM and the same processor and it is still pretty darn slow at things like unraring, but its lightening compared to the atom powered netbook before.
Then again maybe I've got used to my core i7 and discrete ati chip to offer a fair opinion on its speed.

P.S. Battery life on these things are fantastic!
#24
zhaoza
Is this one better than Dell 11z from the same website?


Apparantly the 11z's trackpad and integrated buttons are terrible to use.
The dm1 hasn't got a great mouse but it IS better than the 11z.
#25
Nice sub laptop. Me and the Mrs have one each. We paid £279.00 each from Save On Laptops last time this was flagged up on HUKD, so with the addition of a external DVD writer makes this an excellent deal. Slightly larger than the average netbook but you get a half decent processor, pretty good battery life. I wasn't keen on having the glossy screen at first but it's not bad at all. Plays 720p MKV video files with no stuttering. As for the free Bullguard, well I've used it for the last 4 years and haven't had any kind of infection during that time. I wouldn't use anything else.
#26
Why is this expired?
#27
Better off with this

http://www.saveonlaptops.co.uk/Acer_TravelMate_8371_645287.html

and external USB dvd drive for another £20. Comes to £40 more than this deal, but its a much better laptop imo.
(core 2 duo low power, 4gb ram, 13.3" screen, radeon 4330, 100g heavier, up to 8hr battery)

Only downside is lack of win 7



Edited By: jaydeeuk1 on Oct 20, 2010 16:23: ffs
#28
I've asked the moderators to un-expire this deal thread, as it's still available to be purchased - not sure what it was expired in the first place.
#29
is that 64 bit xp or 32 bit?

cheers

jaydeeuk1
Better off with thishttp://www.saveonlaptops.co.uk/Acer_TravelMate_8371_645287.htmland external USB dvd drive for another £20. Comes to £40 more than this deal, but its a much better laptop imo.(core 2 duo low power, 4gb ram, 13.3" screen, radeon 4330, 100g heavier, up to 8hr battery)Only downside is lack of win 7
#30
Tempting, but I'm concerned about how cramped the keyboard looks (like it should belong on a 10" netbook).

Techsavvy, can you please comment on the keyboard, as you own one of these?

Thanks in advance mate :)
#31
Tech Depot do this for £280 plus %5 quidco making it around £265....
#32
gherkingHUD
Tempting, but I'm concerned about how cramped the keyboard looks (like it should belong on a 10" netbook).

Techsavvy, can you please comment on the keyboard, as you own one of these?

Thanks in advance mate :)


I personally had difficulty but im used to now, it is big enough though.
#33
samanfard
Tech Depot do this for £280 plus %5 quidco making it around £265....


Mr. samanfard
Yes techdepot doing at £280 but cant see mention of DVD writer attached???? Any idea on DVD Writer?
#34
Hmm, I like the look of this, since I specifically want a 11.6" notebook that isn't a netbook. Question is, should I go for this or wait for a post-Christmas deal?
#35
Brought a couple of months ago at £279 and also own a MSI U100. Way better than the U100. Pity about the touchpad (not as good as it looks) but still a decent laptop.

Also get a cheap 4GB class 6 SDHC for £5 to stick into the SD slot for ready boost if you don't want to pay £20 for extra 1GB until the price drops.

You don't need an ION unless you intend to play games. Nvidia is dreadful with their 8/9 series GPU issues. Caused a decent Core2Duo laptop to die after 2 years.
1 Like #36
HSpin
Hmm, I like the look of this, since I specifically want a 11.6" notebook that isn't a netbook. Question is, should I go for this or wait for a post-Christmas deal?

There is always a better deal just around the corner. That's the way technology is. I guess you need to make the call on whether this offer fulfils all your forseeable requirements and is within your budget. Then after you've bought it, whatever you do, stop referring to UKHD as it'll break your heart!
#37
samanfard
Tech Depot do this for £280 plus %5 quidco making it around £265....


oos
#38
otherparty
samanfard
Tech Depot do this for £280 plus %5 quidco making it around £265....
oos

This particular offer specifically comes with an external optical drive. Tech Depot deal made no mention of it.
#39
Tempted by this as I'm looking for an "ultra portable" but the graphics and processor let me down

Is there anything under £300 which has a half decent processor (not bothered about optical drive) but not a Dell or Acer ?
#40
Is the HP Pavilion DM1-2010sa a better netbook than this?

With a AMD Athlon II Neo K125 / 1.7 GHz Processor and the Vendor ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4225 Graphics Processor??

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