Lenovo S10-3 Netbook With N455 CPU - 10.1" Display - 1GB RAM - 250 HDD - Windows 7 Starter - £195.95 Delivered @ Dabs - HotUKDeals
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Summary
Product Description
Lenovo IdeaPad S10-3 0647 - Atom N455 1.66 GHz - 10.1" TFT
Dimensions (WxDxH)
26.8 cm x 16.8 cm x 3.7 cm
Weight
1.25 kg
Localisation
English / United Kingdom
System Type
Netbook
Built-in Devices
Stereo speakers, wireless LAN aerial, Bluetooth aerial
Processor
Intel Atom N455 / 1.66 GHz
Cache Memory
512 KB - L2 Cache
RAM
1 GB (installed) / 2 GB (max) - DDR3 SDRAM - 667 MHz - PC3-10600 ( 1 x 1 GB )
Card Reader
5 in 1
Hard Drive
250 GB - Serial ATA-150 - 5400 rpm
Display
10.1" LED backlight VibrantView TFT 1024 x 600 ( WSVGA ) - 16:9
Graphics Controller
Intel GMA 3150 Dynamic Video Memory Technology 4.0
Audio Output
Sound card
Networking
Network adapter - Ethernet, Fast Ethernet, IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11g, IEEE 802.11n, Bluetooth 2.1 EDR
Notebook Camera
Integrated - 1.3 Megapixel
Input Device
Keyboard, touchpad
Power
AC 120/230 V ( 50/60 Hz )
Battery
6-cell Lithium Ion
Run Time (Up To)
7 hour(s)
Operating System
Microsoft Windows 7 Starter
Microsoft Office Preloaded
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#1
oups maybe should edit details :)
#2
Looks good. Decent brand, 250GB HD and 7hr Battery makes this HOT from me!
#3
decent brand, ddr3 ram and newer n455 processor (over the n2xx series), and decent battery life

windows 7 starter isn't ideal though =] but voted hot
#4
I have two Lenevo's laptops and the one thing I do like is the fact that it has good on-line update service (drivers etc ) plus a good recovery system, also they give you instructions how to replace parts if required.
#5
For the later technology this is hot.

For the usage then there are better deals around, but for people on a budget of £200 its always best to go with the new equipment! Heat added.
#6
cclonline do the same deal picked one up from there. aaded 2 gig sim for £18
1 Like #7
willgimmence
For the later technology this is hot.

But you have to remember that the latest Atom is not a single bit faster than the previous generation, or the one before. In fact it seems that Intel is deliberately designing it for poor performance...

I have an Atom netbook myself, and it is useful for certain situations. But it is really really slow, and for twice the money you can get a notebook 10x as fast. Just keep that in mind before spending half of the money for a decent notebook...
#8
hi i was looking for a cheap netbook for my son and seen this one and another on this site,can somone tell me the best deal..

http://www.bestbuy.co.uk/product/1000141694/acer-aspire-one-d255-red-netbook---intel-atom-160gb-1gb-memory.aspx

cheers gaz
#9
GAZUK, the Acer Aspire netbooks are great little performers, but for the extra £10 you'd probably do better getting the lenova as it has that 6 cell battery which helps out greatly.
#10
I was looking at the Samsung N150 plus earlier - http://www.ebuyer.com/product/251966, they seem to have a very similar spec (one difference is that one has a slightly faster processor, but less cache). Does anyone have any opinions of the pros and cons of each machine?

Cheers

Edit: Just realised that this one isn't dual core

Edited By: Jupiter Obscure on Feb 27, 2011 20:46
#11
I am thinking of buying the Lenovo S10-3 netbook. I already have a Windows Office 2007 disc. Can I use this instead of purchasing a new key-card, if so how ?
banned#12
Looks like really good real, bought one

Actually if you want it even cheaper look here (with free delivery ~190 delivered)
http://www.cclonline.com/product/42989/M33DHUK/Netbooks/Lenovo-IdeaPad-S10-3-Netbook/NOT3478/
#13
Jupiter Obscure - Feb 27, 2011 20:45
I was looking at the Samsung N150 plus earlier - http://www.ebuyer.com/product/251966, they seem to have a very similar spec (one difference is that one has a slightly faster processor, but less cache). Does anyone have any opinions of the pros and cons of each machine?

Cheers

Edit: Just realised that this one isn't dual core

Edited By: Jupiter Obscure on Feb 27, 2011 20:46


I'm looking for a netbook at the moment and I'm also undecided between the Lenovo s10-3 in this deal, the Samsung N150 or the Dell Mini 1018 - here. Keyboard and battery life are main factors, so that kinda rules out the 3 cell Dell. Anybody have any recommendations? Thanks
#14
Now £186. Tempted.

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