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LG X110 Netbook PC (white) - was £329.99 now £279.99 @ cdiscount

£279.99 @ CDiscount entertainment
cdiscount have the LG X110 netbook PC in white for just £279.99 - straight price, no catches. This was previously £299.99 and, indeed, the cheapest price elsewhere online is £299.99 at thehut!! Thi… Read More
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cdiscount have the LG X110 netbook PC in white for just £279.99 - straight price, no catches. This was previously £299.99 and, indeed, the cheapest price elsewhere online is £299.99 at thehut!!

This stylish and compact Netbook from LG weighs less than 1.2kg but does not compromise on power or performance.

Open up the sleek white X110 Netbook and youll find a 10 LCD screen on which you can view all your documents, photos and other media. The impressive Intel Atom Processor provides plenty of power to run Windows XP Home, and guarantees smooth operation even across advanced or fast paced applications.

The LG X110 is equipped with 1GB of RAM and a 160GB Hard Disk Drive which provide plenty of space for all your media and data storage requirements.

Slip this light and compact notebook into your backpack or handbag, and enjoy all these great LG functionalities while youre out and about.
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#1
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#2
Looks like an Acer Aspire One clone.
#3
This model only has 2 hours of battery life!!!
Not exactly stuff for portability,took mine back for the tiny toshiba model with 4 hours battery.Not earth shattering but double the LG!!
#4
ebury
This model only has 2 hours of battery life!!!
Not exactly stuff for portability,took mine back for the tiny toshiba model with 4 hours battery.Not earth shattering but double the LG!!


omfg fish phone... how i miss it... once the strangest of latest technology... now gathering dust - i bet Nokia must be embarressed to admit they released that ...

ok deal I guess... totally agree about the battery life... awful!
#5
Not sure why the other manufacturers are not following the most popular NC10 with its awesome battery life, its the main reason it sells so well.
#6
i had that phone, it was awesome!
#7
Adidas Addict;4011167
Not sure why the other manufacturers are not following the most popular NC10 with its awesome battery life, its the main reason it sells so well.
Is it the most popular or are you just saying it is?
#8
I only get 100 minutes battery out of my aspire one:o
#9
releaseyourself;4010349
Looks like an Acer Aspire One clone.

Latest edition of Stuff magazine reckon this is another MSI Wind clone as the chassis/ports are identical.
#10
Samsung NC10 I get 6.15 to 7.45 hours of battery life.
#11
Samsung Need to advertise their NC10 a little more.

Say you CAN actually get 7 hours battery life out of it! And also FORCE resellers to put on their adverts the battery life.

I feel sorry for other people still buying the crappier laptops at a similar price as the NC10 - if only they knew!
#12
sburley
Latest edition of Stuff magazine reckon this is another MSI Wind clone as the chassis/ports are identical.


It is indeed a Wind variation rather than a straight clone as the ports are NOT identical. The SD card slot on the left is missing, for instance. The motherboard is also different and I believe that trying to flash it with the latest MSI bios will not work.
#13
When people say they're getting x hours of battery life, what exactly does that mean?

Are they basing it on what the battery manager estimates on the netbook itself?

Or have they actually used it for x hours continuously? In which case have they got a mouse plugged in, are they using the speakers, are they not letting the screen dim etc etc?
#14
There are loads of reviews of netbooks out there with people's experiences of battery life under different conditions.
#15
hi
i'm looking at the asus eeepc 701 notebook just need it for listing items on ebay with their mr lister program would this be suitable ?
#16
Fur
When people say they're getting x hours of battery life, what exactly does that mean?

Are they basing it on what the battery manager estimates on the netbook itself?

Or have they actually used it for x hours continuously? In which case have they got a mouse plugged in, are they using the speakers, are they not letting the screen dim etc etc?


it depends, everyone knows and has been proven that the NC10 can last upto 7+ hours - with min screen brightness.

I would suggest you check out independent battery reviews which should be flying around the internet.
#17
There are better netbooks out there for the money in my opinion.
Paid £287 for an NC10 from Dixons after a 10% XMAS code + EGG instant cash back(5%- now only 2.5%).
Far superior and battery is great.
And I'm running OSX now....
#18
It's a good price but you can get the NC10 for just a tenner more
http://hotukdeals.com/item/314885/samsung-nc10-black-292-49-at-dixons
#19
Wasnt the EEEPC the first to have 7 hours of battery
#20
Fur
When people say they're getting x hours of battery life, what exactly does that mean?

Are they basing it on what the battery manager estimates on the netbook itself?

Or have they actually used it for x hours continuously? In which case have they got a mouse plugged in, are they using the speakers, are they not letting the screen dim etc etc?


On max usage; sound+max brightness+wi-fi - i get 5 hours 41 minutes.
On medium usage; medium brigtness+wi-fi - i get 6 hours 20minutes.
On low usage; office or wi-fi only - i get 7hrs+
#21
Do you have to keep scrolling back an forth when viewing the Internet and Documents on these small Netbooks.Does 16'9 screen resolution mean it all fits inside 1 screen
#22
It rather depends on what you're used to; some people don't mind while others do. They are perfectly usable though.

This is a good price for the LG X110, but it's still expensive compared to similar rivals.
#23
redbiro;4018583
Do you have to keep scrolling back an forth when viewing the Internet and Documents on these small Netbooks.
If you mean left and right then not usually - so long as the horizontal resolution is 1024, which it is on the 9" and 10" screens. You'll have to scroll up and down more because you only have 600 pixels vertically, but that's not nearly as much of a problem as you don't have to do it for every line you read.
Does 16'9 screen resolution mean it all fits inside 1 screen
That's the aspect ratio (ratio of width to height) rather than the number of pixels, and on these it's more like 17/10.
#24
this is bare cheap for a fairly decent laptop!
i need a new laptop too. may have to have a gander!
#25
Does this netbook have built in hsdpa/3g? i had heard it had but doesn't mention on cdiscount. This would make it a better deal than the nc10 in my opinion as the nc10 with hsdpa is £418 pre-order at dabs.
#26
Mars104;4019911
Does this netbook have built in hsdpa/3g?
Apparently it does, as a net search will reveal.
#27
Sorry, should have been more specific. I knew there are models of this netbook with HSDPA its just unclear as to whether or not its an option or comes as standard. Thehut mentions that you can get 3g with a dongle and there is no mention of 3G on cdiscount.
#28
Any opinions on Fujitsu one? http://www.comet.co.uk/shopcomet/product/510254/FUJITSU-UI-3250-1GB
I know it has a smaller hard disk, but it has better battery life and is lighter.
#29
Mars104
Does this netbook have built in hsdpa/3g? i had heard it had but doesn't mention on cdiscount. This would make it a better deal than the nc10 in my opinion as the nc10 with hsdpa is £418 pre-order at dabs.


The internal hsdap modems are seriously expensive! £60/70+ on ebay.

The NC10 has a small gap next to the Wifi card, you can use this and tape down a usb HSDPA modem, and have a wire hanging out to permenantly plug it into the USB plug.

A cheaper alternative, although I would prefer a USB one.

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