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Lenovo S10-2 Netbook (White) from Ebuyer £264.54

£264.54 @ Ebuyer
Posted the black version of this a week ago which has a price of £279.79. White vesion now available for £264.54. Atom N280 1.6GHz, 1GB RAM, 160GB HDD, 10.1" TFT, NOOPT, WLAN 802.11 B/G, Webcam, B…
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Posted the black version of this a week ago which has a price of £279.79. White vesion now available for £264.54.

Atom N280 1.6GHz, 1GB RAM, 160GB HDD, 10.1" TFT, NOOPT, WLAN 802.11 B/G, Webcam, Bluetooth, Black, XP Home

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#1
Is this 3 cell or 6, I would check but I am on the mobile.
#2
As far as I am aware, the black and white models have the same specification (M21G3UK and M21G4UK are the model numbers for black and white respectively). Ebuyer site specifies 6 cell for the black model.
banned#3
A review I read stated that these will have six cell batteries as standard.
Mind you, the few reviews I have read thus far rate this netbook as decidedly average compared to the competition.
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Or a 7 hour Asus EEE with 2 year warranty - £276.00
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/149715
Or a 8.5 hour Asus EEE with one year warranty - £264.32
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/166568

also
http://hothardware.com/articleimages/Item1346/ideapad-s10-2-batteryeater.png

COCO
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I_SHOULD_COCO
Or a 7 hour Asus EEE with 2 year warranty - £276.00
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/149715
Or a 8.5 hour Asus EEE with one year warranty - £264.32
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/166568

also
http://hothardware.com/articleimages/Item1346/ideapad-s10-2-batteryeater.png

COCO


good pic, useful info, have some rep.
#7
If this used IBM/Lenovo's renowned nipple cursor controller I'd have one. It'd make more room for a bigger keyboard, too.
#8
Not sure if anyone has noticed that this seems to be a new model - the processor is n280 not the common n270. With that in mind, reviews of the S10 may not apply to this. Voted hot.
#9
jnm21
Not sure if anyone has noticed that this seems to be a new model - the processor is n280 not the common n270. With that in mind, reviews of the S10 may not apply to this. Voted hot.


Yup presumably where the -2 comes from in the model?
#10
The N280 was meant to get partnered with the new atom specific chipset ( POULSON?)
Together they were gonna offer a significant power saving , but no real performance boost.
N280 with the older 945 or 950 chipset does offer a little saving but not that much.

I heard the inventory will not change much for rest of year and real next gen kit will appear early next year
Maybe 9 to 12 hour netbooks with hybrid SSD/HDD drive setups and the like

COCO
#11
jnm21
Not sure if anyone has noticed that this seems to be a new model - the processor is n280 not the common n270. With that in mind, reviews of the S10 may not apply to this. Voted hot.


JNM21,

As you point out, this is a recently released model. It has a few improvements over the S10e and one drawback. S10e had an express card slot, this has been dropped from the S10-2.

Good unbiased description (users experience) can be found at http://s10lenovo.com/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=2986

Battery life with the 6 cell battery is claimed to be ~6 hours.
#12
#13
Nice headlines !
Incidents in these three links occurred between Oct last year and approx Jan this Year
The report from June says

"The problem is apparently being address and Eee PC 1008HA netbooks shipped in the third quarter of 2009 won’t have this problem. But if you have an Eee PC 1008HA with a cracked screen, you may want to contact Asus ASAP to get it taken care of. In the meantime, I wouldn’t panic."


and the others says

The company added that the problem has already been worked on and will not affect shipments in the third quarter of 2009, according to a Chinese-language Commercial Times report.

Asustek noted that the cracking was not due to faulty design or manufacturing, but because it has been using panel components from a secondary supplier due to the ongoing panel shortages, added the paper.


So they have acknowledged the issue and admitted it and rectified it to . Isn't it nice to deal with a company that tells the truth ?

COCO
#14
I_SHOULD_COCO
Nice headlines !
So they have acknowledged the issue and admitted it and rectified it to . Isn't it nice to deal with a company that tells the truth ?

Unfortunately this refreshing approach doesn't apply to Customer services:
"I would just like to add the same thing has happened to my 1000h after using it I shut the netbook down and put away was using at home the only thing different was I placed a book on top. Asus want to charge £150 GBP to replace....Customer service told me it was my fault so would be charged they did this from a photograph after taking a week to decide. I said I tought it was a maufacturing fault so I could not see how it was possible to decide it was my fault without even looking at the netbook
probably replace it, one thing is for sure it will not be an Asus, never touch them again, and never recommend to anyone." http://forum.eeeuser.com/viewtopic.php?id=49078&p=6
#15
:thinking:Here's a rundown of what's new compared to the original IdeaPad S10:

* 0.2kg (0.44lbs.) lighter
* 4mm thinner
* New top lid with special cover pattern and color design
* New Dolby sound enhancements
* 89% full-size keyboard with enlarged right-Shift key
* Larger touchpad
* Optional 3G built-in
* One extra USB port (now a total of three)
* OneKey Rescue System
* Lenovo QuickStart
* Up to six hours of battery life, or around 30% more than before
#16
Hi, I just got back from ASDA Walmart in Manchester and there was an orange mobile broadband stand with 2 netbooks and a laptop on display. They had an EEE PC (not enitrely sure of spec but it was the 8gb SSD one) for just £4.89 a month. For that you only get 500mb limit but for browsing on the train like I would use it for it aint to bad is it? And for proper browsing/downloading I could use my home wifi and college etc.

And I think its an 18 month contract, =£88.02. That seems far to good to be true, what is the catch. I googled and you do have to be an existing orange customer, but simply slapping in a free orange sim card in your mobile as proof should be enough proof right?

Is this a good deal? Or is there some massive catch like if you go over the 500mb limit they fine you a load of money. Or do they take the WIFI capability out of the netbook so you cant use WIFI and are forced to use the dongle?

Anyway guys just though Id let you know, im gonna post this post on several netbook topics just to spread the word and open debate on whether its any good and should i do it.

EDIT:Actually I think it was probably just the dongle that was free, not sure though as they did write "FREE" on the paper card that list the features of the Eee PC underneath. Anyone clarify this?

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