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Genuine Microsoft® Windows Vista® Home Basic
Intel® Celeron® M410
1.46 GHz, 1MB L2 Cache, FSB 533
VIA Chrome9 HC DirectX9 Graphics with 128MB shared memory
High definition audio and 2 integrated loudspeakers
15.4" TFT WXGA widescreen colour display with 1280x800 pixels
16:10 for optimised DVD movie playback
Dual Layer DVD-Writer/-ReWriter
Integrated touchpad
80GB Hard Disk
512MB DDR II RAM
Wireless LAN 802.11b/g with up to 54 MBit/s
10/100 MBit Fast-Ethernet LAN Port
In The Box

External AC Adapter
Li-Ion battery
Connections

1 x Express Card/54
4 x USB 2.0
1 x LAN (RJ45)
1 x VGA Out
1 x Microphone in
1 x Line Out
Software

Genuine Microsoft® Windows Vista® Home Basic
Ahead Nero Burning ROM 7.5
incl. Nero Recode 2
Warranty

90 days
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#1
Voted hot,but I should have read the full post: Intel® Celeron® M410
1.46 GHz,this sucks.(for me)
You can upgrade the RAM,change the OS,but this is still slow.If it was slower,than could have been used as netbook. But still cheap anyway and can be used for most of the tasks people wanna do with a computer.Should fly with some linux on :-)
#2
not bad. voted hot.
#3
ordered, thanks SWMBO needs one for internet use
#4
at this price ...man this is burning hot... flame on wish i had more power :)
#5
Great price for a basic laptop for email and net

BUT

None actually in stoc - delivery time quoted as - Unfortunately the delivery time for this product is more than 15 working days. which may well mean you would never acftually get one.

and

warranty is only 90 days - even DSG / comet refurbs still have 12 months warranty

so hot if you can get one and take the risk with the warranty but cold for me

EliTom
#6
im sure you could buy a celeron m 550 2.0ghz for about 20 quid on ebay
#7
I have a Toshiba Laptop with a very very similar spec to this - that Via Chrome9 chipset is likely to be rubbish though! Other than that it will probably be fine for normal use (i.e. Office, Internet, Music etc)

Decent enough for £150 I guess
#8
not too bad a price for a kids first laptop, i couldnt cope with that spec though,
#9
512MB of RAM will be horrendous with Vista - especially if the graphics are using up to 128MB! A memory upgrade would be a must
#10
robjw_2001
512MB of RAM will be horrendous with Vista - especially if the graphics are using up to 128MB! A memory upgrade would be a must


Virtually unusable cant believe they companys bundle it with laptops running on 512mb
#11
danmc;4912146
Virtually unusable cant believe they companys bundle it with laptops running on 512mb


actually with aero turned off it might be okay, and you could use readyboost with a 2gb SD card/usb pendrive.

I would install windows 7 or XP on it though.
#12
humadoon
at this price ...man this is burning hot... flame on wish i had more power http://www.thebudgethost.com/images/4ea6a546c19499318091a9df40a13181.gif


Couldn't agree more. Not bad at all, definitely cheap!
#13
phatboy123
actually with aero turned off it might be okay, and you could use readyboost with a 2gb SD card/usb pendrive.


You don't have to worry about turning Aero off on it, it's Vista Basic anyway!
#14
Voted hot, it's a good deal for £150 which would otherwise only get you a very basic netbook if you are lucky. It's really too low a spec to be burdened by Microsofts bloated, lumbering excuse for an OS though. Stick XP on this and it'll be perfectly usable, even with 512MB.

Just finished installing the OEM copy of Vista on my laptop (C2D, 4GB) prior to selling it, it's simply incredible how slow it now is compared to the very well used XP install that was on it before.
#15
and lets face it an extra 512mb is about 3 quid these days
#16
sarah35
not too bad a price for a kids first laptop, i couldnt cope with that spec though,



I would suggest a 7" or 9" net book with SSD drive ( less moving parts) and linux (less viruses and less malware plus lots of free simple desktop-type games)

I keep seeing these on sale as refurbs in PC world for like £ 120 ish - for a EEE 900 something

They keep coming back back because folks cannot read past the price tag and assume all Devices are windows machines

Watch this video to see a 701 get dropped soaked and paintballed , if you have any doubts about robustness - keyboard appears to be weak point in the final scene

COCO
#17
Piece of crap -at the price. 90 day warranty? You'll regret buying this. By the time you get it going to what it could/should be (it MUST have more RAM) it'll simply be madness in extra cost and time.

Spend a bit more and get a super quick netbook with a 12 month warranty.
#18
[QUOTESpend a bit more and get a super quick netbook with a 12 month warranty.[/QUOTE]

have you ever used a netbook?,i have an nc10 and it even struggles using firefox,this processor is probably twice as fast as an atom 1.6
#19
Fujioka


Spend a bit more and get a super quick netbook with a 12 month warranty.


try comparing like with like!! this isn't in the same category as a netbook,why not spend a lot more and get a super quick farrari?!!:P

decent price for basic operations and for people on a tight budget:thumbsup:
#20
robjw_2001
512MB of RAM will be horrendous with Vista - especially if the graphics are using up to 128MB! A memory upgrade would be a must


I fully agree, some latops struggle with Vista at 2gb RAM. However as pointed out an upgrade and this is good value.
#21
The Mole;4912597
I fully agree, some latops struggle with Vista at 2gb RAM. However as pointed out an upgrade and this is good value.


BS unless your cpu is under like 1ghz..........even then.
#22
Fujioka
Piece of crap -at the price. 90 day warranty? You'll regret buying this. By the time you get it going to what it could/should be (it MUST have more RAM) it'll simply be madness in extra cost and time.

Spend a bit more and get a super quick netbook with a 12 month warranty.


madness in extra cost and time...what are you on about?

order an extra 512mb of ram (for a tenner MAX) before it's delivered, then spend 2 minutes inserting it...what's so expensive and time consuming about that?
#23
Please read Medions 'dead pixel' policy before buying ........just a heads up :thumbsup:
banned#24
the dandy p
madness in extra cost and time...what are you on about?

order an extra 512mb of ram (for a tenner MAX) before it's delivered, then spend 2 minutes inserting it...what's so expensive and time consuming about that?


I didnt think it was as easy as that with laptops? - i know nothing about computing but didnt think Laptops were as easily upgradable?
#25
most have a compartment with one screw takes about 20 seconds to install ram
#26
Mr Product
I didnt think it was as easy as that with laptops? - i know nothing about computing but didnt think Laptops were as easily upgradable?


yes it is, on nearly all laptops it's as simple as unscrewing 2 screws on a back plate, sliding another stick of ram into the free slot, and screwing the 2 screws back on, it literally would take 2 minutes.
banned#27
Its true - laptop memory upgrades are pretty much the easiest hardware upgrade you could ever do, on any type of computer.

This is a good offer. People need to keep it into perspective that it is only £165 (after much needed memory upgrade) - yes, its less powerful than a new Dell or something, but then its less than half the price. You definately should buy another 1gb of ram though (shouldn't be much more than a tenner), and this will very happily do what the majority of people want to actually do with laptops (Internet, Email, Office stuff, music/dvd's when stopping away etc). Don't expect to play any real 3d games though.

Thats assuming they actually have any. And you don't mind the lack of warranty.
#28
nc10 struggling to run firefox!? what the hell, are u underwater!? a stock nc10 will run vista ultimate quite happily and with core avc will playback bluray rips and the latest gfx drivers from intel get me about 25-30fps on dawn of war @ medium settings tbh yeah it s good to have a big one, but if u dont know what to do with it u aint gonna make anyone happy anyway :P
#29
nah wouldnt entertain vista i have windows 7 ultimate on mine,but even with xp scrolling on a flash heavy site and cpu usage goes up to 60-70 percent,maybe it isnt considered slow to some users,but as my main laptop is a gaming unit the nc10 seems to crawl,maybe a second in lag is okay for some,but i do talk from experience
#30
Cheers
#31
Anyone knows whether this laptop has a built-in webcam ?
#32
Great price for what it is. Fact is, a workable laptop is worth something, even if the spec is naff.

VIA Chrome9 HC is about the worst integrated chip in graphics.

Fujioka
Piece of crap -at the price. 90 day warranty? You'll regret buying this. By the time you get it going to what it could/should be (it MUST have more RAM) it'll simply be madness in extra cost and time.

Spend a bit more and get a super quick netbook with a 12 month warranty.


It's hard to express how stupid I find this comment in words rather than screams.

Just for starters, how on earth do you not spot the irony in complaining about needing to upgrade the RAM on this machine, and then barefacedly recommend a netbook without a DVD drive?

Anyone wants to play a DVD will be spending a 'madness in extra cost and time' getting an external portable device...

It's horses for courses, as usual, and this brings us back to the focal issue: Netbooks and Notebooks have different purposes, and whilst there's a crossover in architecture, the functional comparision is apples to oranges.
#33
Fujioka

Spend a bit more and get a super quick netbook with a 12 month warranty.


Could you suggest even a single netbook that has a faster processor than this laptop for comparable price (and I mean actually faster not just higher clock speed)? The fact is that the single core 1.6 GHz Atom is slower than a 900MHZ Celeron, though it's still perfectly adequate to run Windows.

Netbooks are fantastic little toys (I have an Aspire One that I would be lost without) but if you want an only machine for browsing and office type applications, then a netbook is simply not very suitable with it's tiny screen and cramped keyboard.
#34
refurb or not, you cannot complain at that price!
#35
phatboy123
BS unless your cpu is under like 1ghz..........even then.


Not BS at all, your welcome to come and see my old laptop struggle with Vista and it has 2GB of ram.
#36
It seems OK for something to access the net - or play media - but its a bit slow for any number crunching etc.

Biggest problem is your are paying for a **** operating system - when it would be far better getting the machine with nothing installed.
#37
Good price for this junk ?

Just let me laugh.

Voted cold as ice.
#38
jcab
Good price for this junk ?

Just let me laugh.

Voted cold as ice.


Show me a better spec at a lower price, and at least you'll only look like an ass.
#39
The Mole;4914946
Not BS at all, your welcome to come and see my old laptop struggle with Vista and it has 2GB of ram.


okay, address?

*typed on my laptop with 2gb ram*
#40
pretty cheap doorstop

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