New HP Mini 210-1000sa Netbook, Atom N450 1GB 160GB HDD, Win 7, 1 Yr Warranty, 6 Cell - Ebay DOTD £199.99 Ebuyer - HotUKDeals
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Seems like a good deal for netbook with Win 7, N450 and 6 cell...

Details:

Processor

* Intel® Atom™ Processor N450 1.66 GHz,
* Level 2 cache 512 KB
* Intel® NM10

Memory

* 1GB DDR2 RAM
* Expandable to 2GB
* 1 user accessible memory slot

Hard Drive

* 160GB SATA 5400rpm
* up to 12 GB partition for system recovery

Optical Drive

* No Optical Drive

Software

* Operating System: Genuine Windows® 7 Starter (32-bit)
* Microsoft® Works and Microsoft® Office Home and Student 2007 60-Day Trial Version
* Microsoft® Internet Explorer
* Windows® Live Messenger,
* Adobe® Reader,
* Adobe® Flash Player
* HP QuickWeb, - Boot up in 5 Seconds!!
* HP QuickSynch,
* HP QuickStream,
* HP CloudDrive(30-days trial),
* HP Support Assistant,
* Cyberlink DVD suite,

Display

* 10.1” Diagonal WSVGA LED Anti-glare Widescreen Display
* Resolution: 1024 x 600

Graphics

* Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator 3150,
* Up to 256 MB total available graphics memory

Audio

* Generic, stereo

Input Devices

* 93% Full size keyboard
* HP Clickpad supporting Multi-Touch gestures with On/Off button

Networking

* Integrated 10/100BASE-T Ethernet LAN 802.11 b/g;
* Bluetooth® wireless networking

Power Supply

* 40 W AC Power Adapter
* 6-cell Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion) battery

Dimensions

* 26.8 cm (L)
* 17.8 cm (W)
* 2.29 cm (min H)
* 2.83 cm (max H)

Interfaces

* 3 x USB 2.0,
* 1 x VGA port,
* 1 x RJ45 ethernet connector,
* headphone/mic combo jack

Expansion

* 5-in-1 integrated Digital Media Reader for Secure Digital cards, MultiMedia cards, Memory Stick, Memory Stick Pro or xD Picture cards

Warranty / Miscellaneous

* 1 Year Manufacturer Warranty
* Webcam with Integrated Digital Microphone;
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#1
wow it has a big bum!
banned#2
sabz786
wow it has a big bum!

I was always put off by these because of that exact reason, the 6 cell batteries stick out a mile, same with the Acer.... The Samsung and Sony are much better IMO
banned#3
http://i.ebayimg.com/06/!B2ccg)!BWk~$(KGrHqMOKkUE)O!kH,bpBMijgpWs!g~~0_35.JPG
#4
good spec and price but the battery just don't look right more looks like a 9 cell
#5
good price. Heat added
#6
sticking-out battery gives it more stability, but quite expensive for a netbook, imo.
#7
Needs more RAM
#8
Have just purchased. Been trying to decide between a laptop and a netbook weighing up all the pros and cons etc.
I got to the fact that I need portability, web, email and MS Office.

Bluetooth, webcam and mic really helped sell this model. Also the 6 cell lithium ion battery that should give 5+ hours constant working.

I also bought the 2GB ram upgrade for £32 extra. I watched a video on youtube and it seems a doddle to do the upgrade.

Can anyone recommend a skin for it?

thanks Nick
#9
mrpremium
sabz786
wow it has a big bum!


I was always put off by these because of that exact reason, the 6 cell batteries stick out a mile, same with the Acer.... The Samsung and Sony are much better IMO


My vaio w had a 6-cell which stuck out just as much. Well worth getting a netbook with a big battery imo as it means 6hours+ of life.
banned#10
It's got a fat R's!!
#11
was going to retract that statement aswell, as my samsung netbook also had one which stuck out. >_> 3Cells dont have that the battery stick out, obviouslly, i feel much more comfortabler having it on my lap
#12
Hmmm, no idea how many cells my daughters NC10 has, but
a) it doesn't stick out, and
b) it lasts for 6 hours minimum (longer when we first got it)

True it was more money, but we've been well pleased with it.
#13
Pop on Ubuntu and OpenOffice for free and these babies will fly!
#14
The 6 cell battery on the Samsungs (at least the N120 i have and the NC10 my friend has) don't stick out at all.
#15
http://direct.tesco.com/product/images/?R=209-6107&tn=/7/AW10209-6107TPS786986.jpg

Looks to me like the battery sticks out a little bit mate
#16
camcorderkid
Pop on Ubuntu and OpenOffice for free and these babies will fly!


Would you get longer battery life when using Ubuntu rather than XP ?.
#17
Windows 7 spoils it - its utter crap even full 7 isnt anywhere near as good as XP or XP PRO.
#18
Battery is putting me off, else i'd get this one
#19
mug2k
Would you get longer battery life when using Ubuntu rather than XP ?.


Probably not, or at least it would be close. Ubuntu however would require quite a bit of messing around to get the power saving working at best. I only use Ubuntu on my Asus 1001P, and it generally does very well on battery. The main advantage is that it's a much more modern OS.

redtoon1892
Windows 7 spoils it - its utter crap even full 7 isnt anywhere near as good as XP or XP PRO.


XP was a good operating system, but Windows 7 is so much nicer. It may not be ideal for a netbook, but I'd rather use it or Linux than XP, which just feels old and dated.
#20
Good price :D
#21
mug2k
camcorderkid
Pop on Ubuntu and OpenOffice for free and these babies will fly!


Would you get longer battery life when using Ubuntu rather than XP ?.


Ubuntu has many advantages over Windows, but battery life is not one of them. Unfortunately at the moment Ubuntu lags behind Windows in power management, it is the one achilles heel of Ubuntu. If raw battery length is all you care about stick with Windows. If general performance is what you care about then Ubuntu runs a lot faster on the same hardware than Windows does.
#22
is this a 1024 x 600 screen, i was looking for a 1366 x 768 scree, i am sick of the 1024 screen i have 2 dell 1010 and its 2 small
1 Like #23
wolfman
mug2k
Would you get longer battery life when using Ubuntu rather than XP ?.
Probably not, or at least it would be close. Ubuntu however would require quite a bit of messing around to get the power saving working at best. I only use Ubuntu on my Asus 1001P, and it generally does very well on battery. The main advantage is that it's a much more modern OS.
redtoon1892
Windows 7 spoils it - its utter crap even full 7 isnt anywhere near as good as XP or XP PRO.
XP was a good operating system, but Windows 7 is so much nicer. It may not be ideal for a netbook, but I'd rather use it or Linux than XP, which just feels old and dated.

Windows 7 is much better than XP, only people with cheap under powerd PCs like XP, XP is 10 years old, it was built for hardware for that time, i rememember win 98 ran better 10 years ago, this is the time for windows 7, even vista sp1 was ok, i never had any issues with vista sp1, and i do alot on the pc, over 14 hours on a normall day.. 7 haters get a better pc, its 2010 so intel pentium 3 days are over
#24
tigger80
wolfman
mug2k
Would you get longer battery life when using Ubuntu rather than XP ?.
Probably not, or at least it would be close. Ubuntu however would require quite a bit of messing around to get the power saving working at best. I only use Ubuntu on my Asus 1001P, and it generally does very well on battery. The main advantage is that it's a much more modern OS.
redtoon1892
Windows 7 spoils it - its utter crap even full 7 isnt anywhere near as good as XP or XP PRO.
XP was a good operating system, but Windows 7 is so much nicer. It may not be ideal for a netbook, but I'd rather use it or Linux than XP, which just feels old and dated.
Windows 7 is much better than XP, only people with cheap under powerd PCs like XP, XP is 10 years old, it was built for hardware for that time, i rememember win 98 ran better 10 years ago, this is the time for windows 7, even vista sp1 was ok, i never had any issues with vista sp1, and i do alot on the pc, over 14 hours on a normall day.. 7 haters get a better pc, its 2010 so intel pentium 3 days are over

I really like Windows 7 on my full-HD i5-540 - not sure that I'd like it so much on a 1366x768 screen much less on a cheap-underpowered netbook. ;-)

P.S. To answer your earlier question the netbook in this deal has a 1024x600 screen as the OP originally posted.

Edited By: wombat6025 on Sep 13, 2010 16:13: spelting etc.
#25
wolfman
mug2k
Would you get longer battery life when using Ubuntu rather than XP ?.

Probably not, or at least it would be close. Ubuntu however would require quite a bit of messing around to get the power saving working at best. I only use Ubuntu on my Asus 1001P, and it generally does very well on battery. The main advantage is that it's a much more modern OS.

redtoon1892
Windows 7 spoils it - its utter crap even full 7 isnt anywhere near as good as XP or XP PRO.

XP was a good operating system, but Windows 7 is so much nicer. It may not be ideal for a netbook, but I'd rather use it or Linux than XP, which just feels old and dated.

Having had more trouble with windows 7 than vista. Now using an Ubuntu variant called mint would highly recommend if you're a long time windows user and find it hard to adopt a new OS.
This is the longest Ive stuck with Linux, keeping a very bare windows 7 partition for games only.

Edited By: Gold Feet on Sep 13, 2010 17:20: n
#26
How can anyone say that vista is better than XP i will never figure out! XP is the best ever operator..the difference between xp and 7,7 is more safer apparantly...i had xp for 9 years on my comp,no problems,just had the right antivirus..windows 7 takes more space up..vista is just so crrap.hate it..for a netbook,xp all the way!shame..
1 Like #27
I personally found windows 7 snappier on a netbook! The task bar can be made small to fit on the screen easier. It was much better than XP imo.
#28
lewson
I personally found windows 7 snappier on a netbook! The task bar can be made small to fit on the screen easier. It was much better than XP imo.

You don't say what it's snappier than or what netbook but thanks for your comment... my un-informed speclation presumed the overlay effects etc. of Windows 7 would be cpu hungry; but it's good to hear that you don't need to revert to the dark ages or switch to Linux if you want a netbook :-)


Edited By: wombat6025 on Sep 13, 2010 20:01: spelting etc.
#29
dilse
Battery is putting me off, else i'd get this one


Actually my Brother and Dad have this one with the larger battery, it makes it easier to hold in one hand and type with the other. I think it's great!
#30
tigger80
wolfman
mug2k
Would you get longer battery life when using Ubuntu rather than XP ?.
Probably not, or at least it would be close. Ubuntu however would require quite a bit of messing around to get the power saving working at best. I only use Ubuntu on my Asus 1001P, and it generally does very well on battery. The main advantage is that it's a much more modern OS.
redtoon1892
Windows 7 spoils it - its utter crap even full 7 isnt anywhere near as good as XP or XP PRO.
XP was a good operating system, but Windows 7 is so much nicer. It may not be ideal for a netbook, but I'd rather use it or Linux than XP, which just feels old and dated.
Windows 7 is much better than XP, only people with cheap under powerd PCs like XP, XP is 10 years old, it was built for hardware for that time, i rememember win 98 ran better 10 years ago, this is the time for windows 7, even vista sp1 was ok, i never had any issues with vista sp1, and i do alot on the pc, over 14 hours on a normall day.. 7 haters get a better pc, its 2010 so intel pentium 3 days are over

Totally agree, Windows 7 works perfectly on my larger Laptop, and even on my netbook. You can say Win 3.1 would be faster, but that goes back years !
#31
Anyone actually used HP QuickWeb?
Is it quick?
#32
Price gone up, £220.99 +£9.99 del

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