Samsung N130 Netbook Laptop, Atom N270 1.6GHz, 1GB RAM, 160GB HDD, 10.2" Screen, 6 Cell Battery, Webcam, XP Home - £211.85 DELIVERED + FURTHER 4% from TopCashBack!! HURRY! @ DIXONS - HotUKDeals
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Samsung N130 Netbook Laptop, Atom N270 1.6GHz, 1GB RAM, 160GB HDD, 10.2" Screen, 6 Cell Battery, Webcam, XP Home - £211.85 DELIVERED + FURTHER 4% from TopCashBack!! HURRY! @ DIXONS

£211.85 @ Dixons
* Processor - Intel Atom N270 1.6 GHz for portability * Operating System - Genuine Windows XP Home * Memory & storage - 1GB & 160GB hard drive * Screen and weight - 10.2" display & 1.25…
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* Processor - Intel Atom N270 1.6 GHz for portability
* Operating System - Genuine Windows XP Home
* Memory & storage - 1GB & 160GB hard drive
* Screen and weight - 10.2" display & 1.25kg
* Features - Wireless, Webcam, 5hrs 6 cell battery

Note: The £10 glitch does not work anymore at Dixons to make the deal down to £201.85. But it can still be used at PC World. The direct link doesn't take you there in this page for some reason so I have posted it on another deal that can be found here:
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/526443/samsung-n130-netbook-laptop-atom-n2

Without the £10 voucher glitch, here is how you get the this netbook for £211.85:

Dixons is now selling the Samsung N130 for £231.85
- £20 Cashback directly from Samsung (http://www.samsung.com/uk/n130cashback/)
= £211.85

You can get at least 4% cashback from Topcashback as well
= £203.38

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#1
[SIZE="4"]Further Information that I have researched that could be useful for you:


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Here is a video review of the N130 netbook.


The 1gb ram is sufficient but If you wish you upgrade it to 2gb, its very simple to do unlike some of the netbooks out there where you need to dismantle the casing.

If you are buying a netbook sleeve, always check the dimensions since all the netbooks and sleeves are made different so its better to check. I will be receiving the netbook and sleeve today by courier so just ask if you would like to know how mine fits.

Pretty much the only little thing this netbook doesn't have is bluetooth but the majority of the people don't have a need for this including me. But even so, I just bought super mini bluetooth USB from dealextreme for like £1.5. It so small it doesn't bulge out at all so barely noticeable.
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http://www.dixons.co.uk/product/500/MAN2/538745.jpg
#2
Is this better than the N310?
#3
why are so many people into netbooks now days?

i dont see the problem with 15" laptops.......they aint that bigger but are far better.
#4
N130 Specification

* Operation System Genuine Windows XP Home
* Processor Intel® ATOM™ Processor N270 (1.60GHz, 533MHz, 512KB)
* Main Chipset Intel 945GSE + ICH7M
* System Memory 1GB (DDR2 / 1GB x 1)
* Memory Slot 1 x SODIMM
* Display LCD 10.1" WSVGA (1024 x 600), Non-Gloss, LED Back Light
* Graphic Processor Intel GMA 950 (Int. Graphic)
* Speaker 1.5W Mono Speaker (1.5W x 1)
* HDD 160GB (5400 rpm S-ATA)
* Wired Ethernet LAN 10/100 LAN
* Wireless LAN 802.11bg/n Compliant
* Bluetooth No
* USB 3 x USB 2.0
* Multi Card Slot 3-in-1 (SD, SDHC, MMC)
* Standard Battery 6 Cell
* Physical Dimension (W x D x H mm) 263.8 x 185.5 x 28.5 (TBD)
* Weight (kg) 1.25 (TBD)

Samsung N310 Specification

* 1.6 GHz Intel Atom Processor
* 1GB DD2R RAM
* 160GB Hard Drive
* Windows XP Home
* Up to 9 Hours of Battery Life (6 Cell 8850mAh)
* 10.1" wide LED-backlit LCD display
* Hardware Platform: PC
* Processor: 1.6 GHz Intel Celeron
* Number of Processors: 1
* RAM: 1000 MB
* RAM Type: SODIMM
* Hard Drive Size: 160 GB
* Type: Serial ATA
* Size (LWH): 1.1 inches, 10.3 inches, 7.3 inches
* Weight: 2.7 pounds
#5
fps_d0minat0r;6726512
why are so many people into netbooks now days?

i dont see the problem with 15" laptops.......they aint that bigger but are far better.


I wondered that too.... until I set one up for a friend. :-(

Feeble things, unless you NEED ultra portability, then the 15" wins everytime (or what about the 12 & 13" units?)
#6
IWannaBeAdored
Is this better than the N310?


It depends on the N310 specifications that you are looking at
#7
"After Glitch?"

Is there any other way with a DSG company? :-(
banned#8
dsg allegedly suck!!
#9
nihcaj
I wondered that too.... until I set one up for a friend. :-(

Feeble things, unless you NEED ultra portability, then the 15" wins everytime (or what about the 12 & 13" units?)


Yes your both obviously right, and manufacturers and consumers have got it all wrong lets put all 9- 12 inch netbooks in a big furnice and make them 15"

my N510 is far from feeble!

:whistling:
#10
fps_d0minat0r
why are so many people into netbooks now days?

i dont see the problem with 15" laptops.......they aint that bigger but are far better.


Take myself for instance...I already own a 15" laptop and find it too heavy and big to carry around when all I do on it is use Microsoft Office and Internet. And hence why I'm getting this 10" netbook. I have checked it out in store and its nice and portable. It has a matte screen too so I wouldn't have to worry about the annoying glares on the screen.
#11
Slash;6726651
Take myself for instance...I already own a 15" laptop and find it too heavy and big to carry around when all I do on it is use Microsoft Office and Internet. And hence why I'm getting this 10" netbook. I have checked it out in store and its nice and portable. It has a matte screen too so I wouldn't have to worry about the annoying glares on the screen.


Prepare to be disappointed by performance then - my old 1.5Ghz laptop out performs it in every way! :-(
#12
fps_d0minat0r
why are so many people into netbooks now days?

i dont see the problem with 15" laptops.......they aint that bigger but are far better.


show us the link for new 15" laptops from £99 - £201.85
not everybody needs to surf the net with dual core and+ 4GB RAM, I'm sure the are plenty of people still using old desktops with the same power as todays Netbook.
#13
stiffnuts;6726637
Yes your both obviously right, and manufacturers and consumers have got it all wrong lets put all 9- 12 inch netbooks in a big furnice and make them 15"

my N510 is far from feeble!

:whistling:


No, the manufacturers are dead right, they aren't kidding anyone - they are selling Netbooks!
It is owners who are treating them as full laptops. I can only assume they have never used a reasonably up to the minute machine at all :-(
#14
nihcaj
Prepare to be disappointed by performance then - my old 1.5Ghz laptop out performs it in every way! :-(


why do you need performance in every way for net surfing?
#15
Gold Feet;6726733
show us the link for new 15" laptops from £99 - £201.85
not everybody needs to surf the net with dual core and+ 4GB RAM, I'm sure the are plenty of people still using old desktops with the same power as todays Netbook.


Fine for surfing the Net, not fine for more intensive use :-(
#16
Gold Feet;6726754
why do you need performance in every way for net surfing?


[FONT=Verdana]Agree - a netbook is more than sufficient to get the job done for internet browsing, playing music & movie media files, email and working on documents. If the screen is to small for some of the work your doing then you just connect it up to a larger screen via the VGA port it comes with.

Cheers, Scotty Boy! :thumbsup:[/FONT]
#17
voucher has gone already, when you enter the code it says it is not applicable to the product
#18
nihcaj;6726767
Fine for surfing the Net, not fine for more intensive use :-(


[FONT=Verdana]Define intensive use, as what you view maybe seen differently by others.

Edit - I know several clients that have they're users using netbooks out in the field, i.e. Sales Support, IT, Oil & Gas, etc, etc.

Cheers, Scotty Boy! :thumbsup:[/FONT]
#19
waby1234;6726791
voucher has gone already, when you enter the code it says it is not applicable to the product


[FONT=Verdana]I just tried it and it accepted the discount code - I typed it in rather than pasting it in directly.

Cheers, Scotty Boy! :thumbsup:[/FONT]
#20
Gold Feet;6726754
why do you need performance in every way for net surfing?


I don't.
Fortunately I didn't buy one, I very nearly did though - but after handling one all week, it is hopeless other than for using as a web browser, not what people are wanting them for, and not for what people on threads all over the site are saying they are using them for!

Grindingly slow :-(
#21
after such unbelievable bad customer service from Dixons online I will never use them ever again.
#22
VOUCHER STILL WORKS. Just be careful when copy and pasting the code, it leaves a space in the end so its better just to type it out.
#23
Scotty Boy;6726785
[FONT=Verdana]Agree - a netbook is more than sufficient to get the job done for internet browsing, playing music & movie media files, email and working on documents. If the screen is to small for some of the work your doing then you just connect it up to a larger screen via the VGA port it comes with.

Cheers, Scotty Boy! :thumbsup:[/FONT]


I just put glasses on instead.

Media files?
The Dell one I have been using this week has an HDMI port... but it wont play HD video smoothly in XP OR W7! Bit like a racing seat belt on a park bench :-(
#24
Alternative:

Very/Additions Direct:

£259 starting price
XX922: 15% off code takes it down to £220.15
Quidco takes it down to £204.84 (8% on pre-VAT price)
£20 cashback takes it down to £184.84
Add £3.95 delivey takes it to £188.79
XX666: BNPL Code means you don't need to pay for it until September 2010
#25
nihcaj;6726866
I just put glasses on instead.

Media files?
The Dell one I have been using this week has an HDMI port... but it wont play HD video smoothly in XP OR W7! Bit like a racing seat belt on a park bench :-(


[FONT=Verdana]Going off topic here, as this is a deal thread, but which Dell Netbook model did you get and I assume you've checked out the guides for it over at the MyDellMini User Community & Forum?

Cheers, Scotty Boy! :thumbsup:[/FONT]
#26
withabix;6726940
Alternative:

Very/Additions Direct:

£259 starting price
15% off code takes it down to £220.15
Quidco takes it down to £204.84
£20 cashback takes it down to £184.84
Add £3.95 delivey takes it to £188.79
XX666 Code means you don't need to pay for it until September 2010


[FONT=Verdana]Is the 15% off discount code valid for new or existing registered Additions Direct customers?

Cheers, Scotty Boy! :thumbsup:[/FONT]
1 Like #27
withabix
Alternative:

Very/Additions Direct:

£259 starting price
XX922: 15% off code takes it down to £220.15
Quidco takes it down to £204.84 (8% on pre-VAT price)
£20 cashback takes it down to £184.84
Add £3.95 delivey takes it to £188.79
XX666: BNPL Code means you don't need to pay for it until September 2010


too many codes. they will chase you up 2 months down the line like how littlewoods done it.
#28
Scotty Boy;6726943
[FONT=Verdana]Going off topic here, as this is a deal thread, but which Dell Netbook model did you get and I assume you've checked out the guides for it over at the MyDellMini User Community & Forum?

Cheers, Scotty Boy! :thumbsup:[/FONT]


Thanks, but I have spent all the time on it I am going to, it has served a very useful exercise though, as I had been hankering for one myself for a while!
#29
ALICOM007
too many codes. they will chase you up 2 months down the line like how littlewoods done it.


Those two codes CAN be used together.

It's for existing customers.

I've used just about every good discount code going over the years and have NEVER had one reversed or re-charged.

Codes are validated when you use them on your order now anyway.
#30
hot deal
#31
£20 Cashback directly from Samsung (Just enter the details online)??
what is this? can Sme1 explain please, how to get this £20 cash back???

many thanks in advance:thumbsup:
#32
Apart from being a little cheaper are there any other advantages of this over the NC10? Or much different at all apart from having a lower battery life? tx
#33
flp14344
£20 Cashback directly from Samsung (Just enter the details online)??
what is this? can Sme1 explain please, how to get this £20 cash back???

many thanks in advance:thumbsup:



Here you go:

http://www.samsung.com/uk/n130cashback/
#34
flp14344;6727153
£20 Cashback directly from Samsung (Just enter the details online)??
what is this? can Sme1 explain please, how to get this £20 cash back???

many thanks in advance:thumbsup:


[FONT=Verdana]I'll hunt out the link but basically you'll be provided with a cheque of £20.00p from Samsung but you need to provide an electronic copy of the receipt (if you do it online) or you can also post it off as well from what I can remember.

Edit - Slash beat me to it when I was replying! lol

Cheers, Scotty Boy! :thumbsup:[/FONT]
#35
Scotty Boy
[FONT=Verdana]...you need to provide an electronic copy of the receipt (if you do it online) or you can also post it off as well from what I can remember.

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To add more detail to this, Dixons will send you the receipt by email and you just upload that on the website I linked. And yes, you can also post or fax but doing online is by far the simplest since they already send you an electronic receipt so all you do it upload it on the Samsung cashback site.
#36
Ok, bit of advice needed.

My mum is looking for a lappy. She doesnt use it for much other than surfing the net, watching videos. Portablility is not a huge factor.

Would i be better with this or say the cheap acer celeron lappy posted on here.
#37
henkeharkins82
Ok, bit of advice needed.

My mum is looking for a lappy. She doesnt use it for much other than surfing the net, watching videos. Portablility is not a huge factor.

Would i be better with this or say the cheap acer celeron lappy posted on here.


If by watching videos you mean DVDs as well, then no, netbooks don't have DVD-drives!
#38
quentinquist;6727445
If by watching videos you mean DVDs as well, then no, netbooks don't have DVD-drives!

[FONT=Verdana]
Slightly harsh answer there (from the tone) but yes unfortunately netbooks don't come equipped with an internal DVD drive - you can buy an external USB DVD drive to connect to it though if you wanted but that would drive up the cost.

The Acer Celeron Laptop you've mentioned would probably be a more cost effective solution for you, especially if the DVD drive was a key requirement for you (this is all dependent upon the budget that you have).

Cheers, Scotty Boy! :thumbsup:[/FONT]
#39
henkeharkins82
Ok, bit of advice needed.

My mum is looking for a lappy. She doesnt use it for much other than surfing the net, watching videos. Portablility is not a huge factor.

Would i be better with this or say the cheap acer celeron lappy posted on here.


Netbook are more of a complement to an actual laptop.

Any Celeron that is currently on the market will run circles round an atom in terms of performance, as portability is not priority you should get a cheap "real" laptop. :thumbsup:
#40
nihcaj
I just put glasses on instead.

Media files?
The Dell one I have been using this week has an HDMI port... but it wont play HD video smoothly in XP OR W7! Bit like a racing seat belt on a park bench :-(


I dont know if your on a wind up but my N510 plays 1080 via hdmi and on screen flawlessly with MPC home cinema and codec.

Your other comments are a bit ill founded. If your going on performance alone then of course there will always be better graphic cards motherboards laptops desktops etc. I dont actually get your point. If people are get neetbooks as replacements for laptops expecting them to out peform then this is not going to happen (and I dont think people think that).

Please tell me your point!!!

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