*REFURBISHED* Samsung N150 10.1" Netbook - £129.47 @ Ebay Currys Outlet - HotUKDeals
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EDIT: All gone - they sold out in 4hours

This netbook is usually about £100 more new! Curry's refurbished with 3months warranty. Looks like a bargain to me! Just bought mine!

Processor - Intel® Atom N450 for portability
Operating System - Windows® 7 Starter
Memory & storage - 1GB memory & 160GB HD (Supports up to 2gb memory)
Screen and weight - 10.1" display & 1.2kg
Features - Bluetooth, Webcam, 9hrs battery
USB Connections - 3
29.8mm Height
272mm Width
188.5mm Depth
Black
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#1
this was being sold for £119.99 from pcworld/dixons/currys last week and came with 12months warranty.
i picked up a white Samsung N110 for £129.99 in original box and with 12months warranty.
I missed out on the one for £109.99 by 10minutes :(
#2
Well I think this is the cheapest out there for this model at the moment! Last weeks deal has gone now
#3
I'm not likeing the refurb part, wise i knew why they are referbs ...........
#4
themarkmancan
Well I think this is the cheapest out there for this model at the moment! Last weeks deal has gone now


i am aware that last weeks deal has gone, i was simply stating that was a better deal :)
it is a good price for a samsung netbook with long battery life, and yes, the best current price.
#5
Is it better than a hp mini ? which around £250 similar or same spec

Thanks
#6
Bearing in mind the N150 was only released in 2010 I don't think a refurbished unit can have had that high a mileage.
#7
Another pcw/argos/currys/ebay refurb again !!!
#8
i think a low end laptop would be better for my sausage fingers :D (Would only need for web use)
#9
Will the "eBay / eBay OutletVoucher Code" voucher code work?

It is hard to check without committing to buy it. I may be asking too much! If so may be tempted despite the minuscule screen.
#10
eayvmb1
Will the "eBay / eBay OutletVoucher Code" voucher code work?

It is hard to check without committing to buy it. I may be asking too much! If so may be tempted despite the minuscule screen.
I think its fashion only ? anyway the screen is really small on these you would regret it if you thinking about screen size before you buy.
#11
does it come with warranty?
#12
stormhawk
does it come with warranty?

3months warranty
#13
93% of full keyboard size. Only the function keys, arrows and page keys are about half height small.
#14
wouldn't touch it tbh

these things fail quite quickly
2 Likes #15
These things are good for nothing. I have one. Screen size is too small for office work. Processor too slow for lengthy videos. OK for small length videos, better than current mobiles. If playing a dvd (copied on hard drive), it starts ok but sound dissociates from video after a while, due to processor. I use it for travelling: light weight, good hard drive capacity carries lots of files, internet and computing ability. But not useful for everyday use. Prob current ipods better than these for multimedia, (again like mobile phones), dont know how realistically useful are they for office work. One needs to seriously consider what they need the device for before buying, otherwise it is just another toy.
#16
I would think the warranty is important, so you are saving less than £100, more like £60 compared to a new 1 with full 12 months warranty.

Edited By: drkangel21 on Apr 07, 2011 19:10
#17
I find mine great for every day use too - I plug in a usb keboard and mouse, and a 17 inch monitor when at home. Have also added a portable dvd writer.

Best of both worlds - taking it to America with me in had luggage, not much bigger than a paper back!
2 Likes #18
Neovec
These things are good for nothing. I have one. Screen size is too small for office work. Processor too slow for lengthy videos. OK for small length videos, better than current mobiles. If playing a dvd (copied on hard drive), it starts ok but sound dissociates from video after a while, due to processor. I use it for travelling: light weight, good hard drive capacity carries lots of files, internet and computing ability. But not useful for everyday use. Prob current ipods better than these for multimedia, (again like mobile phones), dont know how realistically useful are they for office work. One needs to seriously consider what they need the device for before buying, otherwise it is just another toy.


Wow, did you purposefully contradict yourself as many times as you could there? Good for nothing... Good at x, y, z. Too small for office work... Don't know how useful they are for office work.
Install VLC and the video not being in sync with the audio problem should be sorted. If not try closing other background tasks or install 2 GB of RAM rather than one, they only cost about £14 or £15.
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Neovec
These things are good for nothing. I have one. Screen size is too small for office work. Processor too slow for lengthy videos. OK for small length videos, better than current mobiles. If playing a dvd (copied on hard drive), it starts ok but sound dissociates from video after a while, due to processor. I use it for travelling: light weight, good hard drive capacity carries lots of files, internet and computing ability. But not useful for everyday use. Prob current ipods better than these for multimedia, (again like mobile phones), dont know how realistically useful are they for office work. One needs to seriously consider what they need the device for before buying, otherwise it is just another toy.


are you actually being serious?

the processor copes fine with video files, even "lengthy"! please specify what model processor you were using...

not useful for everyday use?!? this is what this things are made for, chucking in your rucksack and used whenever needed. I am a student at university and use one everyday, many students carry these around as they are smaller and lighter than laptop.

ipods are better for multimedia? please explain how.....

these are not designed for office use, but linking it up to a 22inch monitor is simple and upgrading the ram to 2gb makes it more than sufficient for office related task!!!

you get:
250gb hdd
1gb ram
10 inch screen
9 hours battery
Full internet capabilites
Downloadable programs

great value for the money and extremely useful!!!!
#20
millsey2010
this was being sold for £119.99 from pcworld/dixons/currys last week and came with 12months warranty.
i picked up a white Samsung N110 for £129.99 in original box and with 12months warranty.
I missed out on the one for £109.99 by 10minutes :(

And also didnt the £119.99 ones come with 250GB harddrive

spitroast
#21
spit roast
millsey2010
this was being sold for £119.99 from pcworld/dixons/currys last week and came with 12months warranty.
i picked up a white Samsung N110 for £129.99 in original box and with 12months warranty.
I missed out on the one for £109.99 by 10minutes :(

And also didnt the £119.99 ones come with 250GB harddrive

spitroast


yes they did!!! :{
#22
Looks like a quality buy to me, bargain given its a new generation Windows 7 netbook with the Atom N450 (usually only old XP/ N270 models for this money) and 9hr battery. Tempted to get one to replace my Dell Mini 10v.
#23
Anyone know what the fan noise is like on these? The dell I currently have is entirely passively cooled so it runs 100% silent, Sony before that was very loud.
#24
good deal
#26
Neovec
These things are good for nothing.
I have one.
OK for small length videos, better than current mobiles. If playing a dvd (copied on hard drive), it starts ok but sound dissociates from video after a while, due to processor.
I use it for travelling: light weight, good hard drive capacity carries lots of files, internet and computing ability. But not useful for everyday use.

Prob current ipods better than these for multimedia, (again like mobile phones), dont know how realistically useful are they for office work. One needs to seriously consider what they need the device for before buying, otherwise it is just another toy.

Actually if it is set up properly (VLC media player) it plays standard def video flawlessly.
Whilst I don't have this exact model my own 8.9" netbook has the exact same processor - but with 2gbs of RAM (hardly a difficult or expensive upgrade).
I have a couple of 2.5" hard drives stuffed full of films & the 160gb internal hard drive has a major chunk of my music collection.

With Windows Media Player classic, CoreAVC, 2gbs of RAM & a couple of adjustments (deblocking & deinterlacing) fitted mine plays 720p high def (even some 1080p) without a stutter.

With wi-fi & internet browsing abilities these make fantastic neat little travelling companions......way better value and far greater ability than any iPod or similar media player.

I can't see why anyone would try to use this instaed of a proper laptop for something like "office work", they can't do absolutely everything but what they do do is very very impressive for the money (and with the next ccrop of dual core ones they will probably close most if not all the gaps).

Maybe you just need yours properly set-up by someone who knows what they are doing?
Your criticism is certainly way off of the mark compared to my experience.
#28
The most complained about UK retailer in history? Currys - and thats when you buy btand new items with a full unconditional warranty!

Buying refurbished off them? NEVER!!!
#29
I agree, I bought one only after two days stopped running, I stayed calling them daily for one week till they collected it. take care

Gollywood
The most complained about UK retailer in history? Currys - and thats when you buy btand new items with a full unconditional warranty!Buying refurbished off them? NEVER!!!
#30
I got the Currys one the other day for £119.99 delivered to what seems to be the same/similar spec. I still think this is a reasonable deal but the 3 month warranty is a bit of a downer. The one I got had been re-configured on refurbishment, assumed by their mastercare department, and it had literally nothing installed on it except windows. Finally I linked it to Samsung site with Ethernet cable and got wireless and graphics drivers and now I'm off. Well happy and the "refurb" bit is not a major issue as it came pristine and with plastic films etc. I'm a windows 7 person and it seems fine for speed but will probably upgrade to 2GB of RAM eventually.

Best deal today I think, the link to the other one on this thread is XP which is not a plus to me but may be to others.
#31
It's the 3 month warranty that would concern me. Even Argos refurbs have 12 months.
#32
Its ended now. Wouldnt have bothered myself for a refurb.
#33
millsey2010
this was being sold for £119.99 from pcworld/dixons/currys last week and came with 12months warranty.
i picked up a white Samsung N110 for £129.99 in original box and with 12months warranty.
I missed out on the one for £109.99 by 10minutes :(


The n150 was back again briefly yesterday on dixons £119.99. Didn't like the reviews so gave it a miss.

Edited By: gavjbrown on Apr 07, 2011 21:31
#34
I got the Currys one the other day for £119.99 delivered to what seems to be the same/similar spec. I still think this is a reasonable deal but the 3 month warranty is a bit of a downer. The one I got had been re-configured on refurbishment, assumed by their mastercare department, and it had literally nothing installed on it except windows. Finally I linked it to Samsung site with Ethernet cable and got wireless and graphics drivers and now I'm off. Well happy and the "refurb" bit is not a major issue as it came pristine and with plastic films etc. I'm a windows 7 person and it seems fine for speed but will probably upgrade to 2GB of RAM eventually.

Best deal today I think, the link to the other one on this thread is XP which is not a plus to me but may be to others.
#35
I got the Currys one the other day for £119.99 delivered to what seems to be the same/similar spec. I still think this is a reasonable deal but the 3 month warranty is a bit of a downer. The one I got had been re-configured on refurbishment, assumed by their mastercare department, and it had literally nothing installed on it except windows. Finally I linked it to Samsung site with Ethernet cable and got wireless and graphics drivers and now I'm off. Well happy and the "refurb" bit is not a major issue as it came pristine and with plastic films etc. I'm a windows 7 person and it seems fine for speed but will probably upgrade to 2GB of RAM eventually.

Best deal today I think, the link to the other one on this thread is XP which is not a plus to me but may be to others.
#36
Bought a samsung N110 refurb online last week from PC World with 12mths warranty and it arrived today. It's in absolutely mint condition, couldn't believe my luck. I expected some knocks or scrapes somewhere, but there were none.

On the subject of warranty - what way does the warranty work? after purchasing the item I wasn't even sent an acknowledgment email, nor did I even receive an receipt with the netbook. Do they even know I've bought this netbook - or even care! oO
#37
I got the Currys one the other day for £119.99 delivered to what seems to be the same/similar spec. I still think this is a reasonable deal but the 3 month warranty is a bit of a downer. The one I got had been re-configured on refurbishment, assumed by their mastercare department, and it had literally nothing installed on it except windows. Finally I linked it to Samsung site with Ethernet cable and got wireless and graphics drivers and now I'm off. Well happy and the "refurb" bit is not a major issue as it came pristine and with plastic films etc. I'm a windows 7 person and it seems fine for speed but will probably upgrade to 2GB of RAM eventually.

Best deal today I think, the link to the other one on this thread is XP which is not a plus to me but may be to others.
#38
bought one for sons birthday, arrived no wifi working , used samsung support now windows not working at all, no time to get refund and re-buy a decent bargain, a load of *********** , beware !

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