New Dell Inspiron 11z notebook. ULV SU4100 1.3ghz cpu, 2gig, 250GB, Premium, 11.6" WLED screen £399 or less delivered - HotUKDeals
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New Dell Inspiron 11z notebook. ULV SU4100 1.3ghz cpu, 2gig, 250GB, Premium, 11.6" WLED screen £399.00 or less delivered

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Remember to reduce the warranty to minimum where applicable and take all Dell deals right through to checkout for final pricing. 305-N00M1102 Home site - Best price £398.99 Delivered. Inspiron 11z… Read More
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Remember to reduce the warranty to minimum where applicable and take all Dell deals right through to checkout for final pricing.

305-N00M1102 Home site - Best price £398.99 Delivered.
Inspiron 11z(N00M1102)

Save £140 (Inc Vat) until 30/09/2009

Windows 7 Home Premium 32bit eligible

Intel® Pentium® Dual Core Processor ULV SU4100 (1.30GHz, 2MB, 800MHz)
Genuine Windows Vista Home Premium SP1 - English
2048MB 800MHz Dual Channel DDR2 SDRAM [1x2048]
250GB (5,400rpm) Serial ATA Hard Drive
Intel GS45 Integrated Graphics
1.3 Mega pixel Integrated Web Camera
Dell Wireless 365 Bluetooth Module - European
Dell Wireless 1397 Mini Card (802.11 b/g)
1 Year Limited Warranty - Collect & Return
Primary 3-cell 28 WHr Lithium Ion battery
11.6" WLED HD TFT Display with TrueLife(TM)
Microsoft® Works 9.0 / English - (Does not include Microsoft® Word)
DataSafe Online Backup 2GB 1 year
65W AC Adaptor
Inspiron 1110 Base with WLAN
Inspiron 1110 Resource DVD (Diagnostic & Drivers)
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#2
Looks nice, though the processor seems a bit slow?

edit - just seen dual core, so guess it's quite a lot faster than a 1.3 single.
#4
equalityforall
Looks nice, though the processor seems a bit slow? edit - just seen dual core, so guess it's quite a bit faster than a 1.3 single.


Remembering, this is much faster than the Atom.
[mod]#5
Reviews I saw were for the celeron model, this has a Pentium Dual Core Processor ULV SU4100
#6
Tequila Sunset


That's just crazy talk, the review model had an intel celeron processor running at a lower clock speed and half the cache and was STILL four times faster than the samsung

Awful touch-pad apparently, anyone that spends over £199 on a atom netbook needs their head examined.
#7
I don't think the touchpad is as bad as they say, rather the driver for it is poorly made. I was considering getting a mini 10 which has the same trackpad issues, but found there was a linux driver that allows the bottom are of the touchpad (the bit that is shared with the buttons) to be made not sensetive to finger movement.
#8
So which one would you say is better, this or the samsung n510? Will this play FM 2010?
#9
When's a Netbook called a Notebook?

When it's not got an Atom inside.
Intel CPU prices slightly reduced to dissuade use of the Atom 330?

An awful battery inside this laptop but a good fast ultralight machine.
#10
ive gone for the N510
#11
whatsThePoint
Don't you mean anyone who spends over £200 on any Netbook needs their head examined :thinking:


That's the one :D
#12
stiffnuts
ive gone for the N510


Better book yourself in for a MRI scan.
#13
dijital
Better book yourself in for a MRI scan.


explain why please
#14
whatsThePoint
Because the latest Asus gives you 10 hour + battery life


Well depends on what he wants. Of the 3 machines mentioned if games is your main aim from one of these then the N510 is the one for him. If battery life is your aim then the Asus is better and if your looking for processing power the the Dell will kick both into touch.

Hot for me as nothing has this kind of processing power in this form factor for this price.
#15
Apparently these have same keyboard as mini 1v when they could have made it bigger, and have the same crap trackpads. Big turn off for me. If only Acer sold the 1810t in the uk.
#16
whatsThePoint
Can't see the point of buying any of these for games, you might as well get a PSP/DSi
As for processing power at the cost of battery life, why?


Well yes you are better off buying a hand held. But I was just saying what was best of the 3.
"As for processing power at the cost of battery life" well depends what you want it for this is more of a business machine. Say if your a sales rep you may only need you laptop on for short periods at a time when with customers but you need something speedier so this would suit the bill better.

For me my net book has very little use its more of a replacement for my portable dvd player. It just has too many disadvantages over my laptop and not enough advantages over my phone.
#17
What's with all these expensive netbooks as of late

I thought the whole idea of the netbook concept was a small cheap computer for browsing the web, yet they're creeping towards £400!

Hardly what i'd call cheap.

It's worth noting this perticullar dell isn't really a netbook and is much faster than the atom, although i still think £400 is to much.
#18
whatsThePoint
Because the latest Asus gives you 10 hour + battery life


10+ i like that, what is the latest asus please ?
#19
stiffnuts
explain why please


Where should i start

Small screen
Awful screen resolution
1GB ram
Old OS with no free upgrade, and even if it did have the free upgrade it would be dire on 1GB
A processor that will have a hard time with standard youtube videos on battery power. (assuming you are using the power saving to get the stated battery life)

if you got all of this for a device that cost less than £200 then you would be fine but £350! its insanity.

Add another £95 and you could have had a system that runs about eight times faster, double the memory, larger hard drive, superior graphics with HD video acceleration, larger screen, higher resolution screen, HDMI out and better battery life (the price includes the larger battery upgrade)

Just because all the netbooks these days cost £300 plus doesn't mean they are worth it.

In posted this on an Acer aspire one netbook with almost identical specs as your Samsung and it cost me £169.99.
#20
dijital
Where should i start

Small screen [COLOR="Red"](11.6" same as one in the thread and bigger than the mentioned Asus([/COLOR]
Awful screen resolution [COLOR="Red"](1366x768 good res at this size)[/COLOR]
1GB ram [COLOR="Red"]Enough for XP home[/COLOR]
Old OS with no free upgrade, and even if it did have the free upgrade it would be dire on 1GB
A processor that will have a hard time with standard youtube videos on battery power. (assuming you are using the power saving to get the stated battery life)[COLOR="Red"](Don't use power saving mode when playing flash videos then!)[/COLOR]

if you got all of this for a device that cost less than £200 then you would be fine but £350! its insanity.

Add another £95 and you could have had a system that runs about eight times faster, double the memory, larger hard drive, superior graphics with HD video acceleration, larger screen, higher resolution screen, HDMI out and better battery life (the price includes the larger battery upgrade)[COLOR="Red"]Yes but your comparing apples with pears. On your analogy buy a desktop!) [/COLOR]

Just because all the netbooks these days cost £300 plus doesn't mean they are worth it.[COLOR="Red"]Well the Dell is more of a optical free subnote book, the sammy ans Asus are jacks of all trades masters of none.[/COLOR]

In posted this on an Acer aspire one netbook with almost identical specs as your Samsung and it cost me £169.99.[COLOR="Red"]Well it's not at all when you think about it.[/COLOR]
#21
Crap, was comparing it with the NC10.

1GB ram Enough for XP home *Barely, this will have a hell of allot of swap filing to the hdd killing the battery*

(Don't use power saving mode when playing flash videos then!) *Well then good battery life is out the window, therefore knocking £45 off the price of the Dell 11z for the longer life battery making it an even better bargain compared to the netbook*

'Yes but your comparing apples with pears. On your analogy buy a desktop'
How did you come up with that? they are both 11"...... b**lo*ks, just realised the Samsung N510 has the ION chipset giving it some pretty decent graphical power for a netbook. I had a whole list of counter arguments too XD

I still maintain that its too expensive (£100 overpriced IMO or atleast £50 off + a free windows 7 upgrade) and should come with 2gb ram, but all bets are off.


No netbook should exceed £260 IMO even with the ION chipset. Unless it was an Atom Ion 330 chipset which has the dual core atom cpu with the Nvidia graphics card.
#22
dijital
Crap, was comparing it with the NC10.

1GB ram Enough for XP home *Barely, this will have a hell of allot of swap filing to the hdd killing the battery*

(Don't use power saving mode when playing flash videos then!) *Well then good battery life is out the window, therefore knocking £45 off the price of the Dell 11z for the longer life battery making it an even better bargain compared to the netbook*

'Yes but your comparing apples with pears. On your analogy buy a desktop'
How did you come up with that? they are both 11"...... b**lo*ks, just realised the Samsung N510 has the ION chipset giving it some pretty decent graphical power for a netbook. I had a whole list of counter arguments too XD

I still maintain that its too expensive (£100 overpriced IMO or atleast £50 off + a free windows 7 upgrade) and should come with 2gb ram, but all bets are off.


No netbook should exceed £260 IMO even with the ION chipset. Unless it was an Atom Ion 330 chipset which has the dual core atom cpu with the Nvidia graphics card.


I disagree with a lot of what you say in both your posts but if you have a suggestion as to a netbook with a 11.6 inch screen that has a good graphiics and can output 720 or 1366 * 768 with good battery life then I would be obliged my friend.
#23
Why do people suddenly think 1gb is crap? I remember when 1gb on windows xp was tonnes of ram, and I even spent £200 on a pair of 512mb sticks.
#24
anewman
Why do people suddenly think 1gb is crap? I remember when 1gb on windows xp was tonnes of ram, and I even spent £200 on a pair of 512mb sticks.


I have an old ibm X40 here. 512mb ram and the world's slowest 20 gig disk.

Runs XP like a charm becasue it's not bloated to hell.

Remembering people were running XP in 128mb!

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