Samsung NC10 / Atom N270 1.6GHz / 1GB / 160GB / 10.2" / XP / Netbook / Blue - £284.99 - @Play.com +(4% Quidco) - HotUKDeals
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Pre-order. | Due for release on 15/11/2008

Use the attached voucher guide to get a 5% off code.
Then if you also go through Quidco you will get 4% off (£12)

So you could get it fo £272.99.

Samsung NC10 / Intel Atom N270 1.6GHz / 1GB / 160GB / 10.2" / Windows XP Home / Netbook / Blue

RRP: £329.99 | You save: £45.00

Specifications

Processor: Intel Atom N270 processor 1.6GHz, 533MHz
Operating System: Genuine Microsoft Windows XP Home (SP3)
Memory: 1GB DDR2 533 MHz
LCD: 10.2" WSVGA (1024 x 600) Non-gloss SuperBright LED backlit
HDD: 160GB 5400rpm SATA
Optical Drive: None
Graphics Processor: Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 950: Wireless LAN: Atheros 802.11b.g
Bluetooth: 2.0 + Enhanced Data Rate
LAN: 10/100 Ethernet
I / O Ports: 3-in-1 Card Reader (SD, SDHC, MMC), 3 x USB 2.0, 1 x Headphone-out, 1 x Mic in, 1 x Integrated Mic, 1 x VGA Port, 1 x RJ45 (LAN)
Multimedia: 1.3 Mega Pixel Web Camera
Battery Life: 6 Cell Lithium ion - Up to 8 Hours
Keyboard: 84 Keys(Europe, Others), 17.7mm Pitch (93% size of Notebook KBD)
Speaker: 2x 1.5 watt speakers with enclosure
Dimensions(W x D x H): 261.0 mm (W) x 185.5 mm (D) x 30.3 mm (H)
Weight: 1.33 kg
Warranty: 1 Year International Collect and Return

Intel Atom processor - based on an entirely new microarchitecture, the Intel Atom processor increases energy efficiency to extend battery life, while delivering enhanced mobile performance and increased system responsiveness
Seeing is believing - the NC10's 10.2" widescreen display is optimised to deliver a seamless visual experience, so you can enjoy photo-like image quality, greater viewing angles and better text legibility, reducing eye strain and improving your experience
Genuine Microsoft Windows XP Home - designed exclusively for home computing, Windows XP Home Edition puts the exciting experiences of the digital age at your fingertips. From digital photos, music, and the net, Windows XP Home Edition brings you into the digital age with ease
Easier to communicate - incorporates a normal-size, notebook PC style keyboard, for easy typing. Its ergonomic design and optimised key spacing deliver a more pleasurable and productive experience, with faster typing and fewer errors
Smile, you are on camera - featuring an integrated 1.3 mega pixel digital motion camera, the NC10 offers a simple way to keep in touch with friends or family, using video-conferencing or live messaging
Bacteria free - by sprinkling incredibly small, nano-sized silver ion powder on the keyboard, your system will remain "bacteria free" for even longer

Manufacturer's Description

Developed with the needs of the "kinetic elite" in mind, the Samsung NC10 is expertly crafted to complement people's fast-paced and digitally interconnected lives. The result is truly ground-breaking - giving people a powerful, stylish and convenient way to share information, photos, music, personal content and stay connected to the Internet at home and on the move. And for that extra touch of style, the superb look and feel of its ultra-compact and elegant chassis is accentuated with a choice of colours and haptic styling. Even though it is one of the world's lightest netbook in its 10.2" class, weighing just 1.33kg with a powerful 6 cell battery, the NC10's innovative design is packed with the latest technology for maximum mobility and productivity. It also incorporates a range of practical features, like a normal-size, ergonomic notebook PC style keyboard, to simplify life on the move. So when you need to stay in touch, but want to make a good impression the NC10 makes complete sense.

Product Description

Shop online, surf the web and chat on IM with ease. Weighing only 2.8lbs.__ the SAMSUNG NC10 netbook gives you the freedom to do that and more wherever you are. You'll accomplish everything with 1GB of RAM and enjoy images filled with bold, vibrant colors on an LCD screen with 1034x600 resolution. The NC10 netbook is an affordable mobile solution ideal for all your online needs
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#1
http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/41SgAGSKTzL._SS400_.jpg

http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/41PM9hSKqdL._SS400_.jpg
#2
are these as good as a laptop if just used for general stuff, like searching the web n doing kids homework?
#3
Safc-Chick
are these as good as a laptop if just used for general stuff, like searching the web n doing kids homework?


More than capable, long battery life, runs XP, large 10.2" screen, 160GB Hard Drive and very portable.

Just google Samsung NC10 and see all the positive comments it seems to be getting.
#4
I really want one of these!

But still tempted to hold off for one with built in HSDPA 3G. And is it right a Dual Core Atom chip is on the way?
#5
Batman2
More than capable, long battery life, runs XP, large 10.2" screen, 160GB Hard Drive and very portable.

Just google Samsung NC10 and see all the positive comments it seems to be getting.


thanks, I had looked at the acer aspire one but this is much better :thumbsup:
#6
aerotec;3416262
And is it right a Dual Core Atom chip is on the way?

Yes - but it uses too much power for netbooks. It'll go in the small home PCs that are coming out

The NC 10 has a sim & a PCI\slot so it's a bit more mobile than others

Pity there isn't an SSD option especially as Samsung make SSDs. Can't see the point of such a large drive in a small computer
#7
Looks like the cats out of the bag :roll: Oh well hope they honour mine.
#8
Also available in White or Black.

http://images.play.com/banners/NC10.jpg
#9
zermattbusby
Looks like the cats out of the bag :roll: Oh well hope they honour mine.


Really...? It says on Quidco that computers and electronics are only 0.5%, but hey i'm not complaining.
#10
Bear in mind that John Lewis will probably offer an extra 1 year of guarantee as standard, making it two years - but their price will be 299. I called them yesterday and they told me stock is due in this week.
#12
£12 was tracked by quidco. It is 4% but not 0.5%.

I pre-ordered it a few days before.
#13
great laptop, brilliant price
#14
matureking
£12 was tracked by quidco. It is 4% but not 0.5%.

I pre-ordered it a few days before.


Cheers for that confirmation, will update accordingly. :thumbsup:
[Travel Expert]#15
Hi

I don't want to hijack this thread, and forgive me for asking silly questions but I need a laptop that is cheap (was looking sub £250-£200 mark so this is a little more expensive). It may be easier to say what I need it for:

Basic word/processing letter writing (need to connect to my Epson printer)
Wi-fi Internet
Watching the Hollyoaks catch up online :oops:
Dowloading the occasional tune
Emailing/Surfing
Playing CD's DVD's - only when I'm stuck in a hotel on training with nothing to do (not often)

Please help me, I'm completely baffled and no idea what is suitable. Do the netbooks(?) come with CD drives??? I can't beleive I'm asking this, it souds silly!!!!

Thank you
#16
rachelandgromit: any netbook with a hard drive will suffice if you rip your DVDs and CDs on your main computer and copy them across (netbooks don't have optical drives in general, but you can copy the files using SD card, USB card).
#17
rachelandgromit
Hi

I don't want to hijack this thread, and forgive me for asking silly questions but I need a laptop that is cheap (was looking sub £250-£200 mark so this is a little more expensive). It may be easier to say what I need it for:

Basic word/processing letter writing (need to connect to my Epson printer)
Wi-fi Internet
Watching the Hollyoaks catch up online :oops:
Dowloading the occasional tune
Emailing/Surfing
Playing CD's DVD's - only when I'm stuck in a hotel on training with nothing to do (not often)

Please help me, I'm completely baffled and no idea what is suitable. Do the netbooks(?) come with CD drives??? I can't beleive I'm asking this, it souds silly!!!!

Thank you


This can do everything you want, but like most netbooks it has no CD / DVD drive.
[Travel Expert]#18
:? But this is going to be my only computer, I won't have a main one!

I am moving out of my parents so I am looking for something that will just suit my light use now my uni course is done.
[Travel Expert]#19
Aw, no cd/dvd drive then on netbooks! Right, so I need to look at laptops then! Right, any good deals on laptops sub £200!!!!!
#20
rachelandgromit
:? But this is going to be my only computer, I won't have a main one!

I am moving out of my parents so I am looking for something that will just suit my light use now my uni course is done.


You can always buy an external DVD writer.

E.g., for £33: http://www.ebuyer.com/product/128345 (I haven't checked for a best deal)
#21
rachelandgromit
Aw, no cd/dvd drive then on netbooks! Right, so I need to look at laptops then! Right, any good deals on laptops sub £200!!!!!


If you're not going to want to use your CD/DVD drive all the time then you could always buy an external drive which connects by USB2 and use it when at home and still have the netbook on the move. However if you need the drive always with you then you will need a full laptop.
#22
rachelandgromit
Aw, no cd/dvd drive then on netbooks! Right, so I need to look at laptops then! Right, any good deals on laptops sub £200!!!!!



i don't know of any good deals for laptops but for your needs i would def say stick with a laptop rather than a notebook/netbook.
#23
you could add an external dvd drive, will cost around £35 to £50.
Play.com have a LG slim drive I'm thinking about buying to go with the NC10, its £60, so a bit more but it is also a lightscribe drive as well.
If thats too much money, how about a HP from SVP. £36 + p&p
The advantage of this is that you can rip a dvd or audio to the hard drive, then you can leave the drive at home, saving of weight when out & about.
I want to buy the blue NC10, but am holding off ordering till i can see the white, blue & black side by side in a shop.

EDIT
Sorry, two others posted the same thing about using an external drive while I was writing this out
#24
I think this is the one i'm going to go for?

H&R added

cheers mate
#25
Wish laptop makers would hurry up and release more 1280*768 models. There's plenty space for that in a 10" chassis, and it makes a big difference to surfing compared to 1024*600.
#26
pjk
Bear in mind that John Lewis will probably offer an extra 1 year of guarantee as standard, making it two years - but their price will be 299. I called them yesterday and they told me stock is due in this week.


are you sure that john lewis will be selling this??? i can not see any reference to this on their website:santa:
#27
How will you be able to add other programs such as Sage without a cd rom drive? Can anyone enlighten pls???
#28
darn it, my order just went through so it's too late to apply this the voucher! oh well, at least I'll be getting it on time as it is showing out of stock now.
#29
KELLYlpool
How will you be able to add other programs such as Sage without a cd rom drive? Can anyone enlighten pls???


Use an external DVD drive attached to a USB port
#30
Thank you for that Stephen
#31
alanrowell
Yes - but it uses too much power for netbooks. It'll go in the small home PCs that are coming out


Not really the TDP of the Diamondville N270 atom (this one) is 2.5W where the TDP of the Dual-Core Atom 330 is 4W. Not hugely power hungry.

I personally have settled for the Advent 4211 which has been converted the a perfect MacBook Mini. That should get me by until Dual Core atoms are found in Netbooks.
#32
Nice, if my acer one packs in I shall get one of these.

Heated +++
#33
monZAA
Not really the TDP of the Diamondville N270 atom (this one) is 2.5W where the TDP of the Dual-Core Atom 330 is 4W. Not hugely power hungry.

I personally have settled for the Advent 4211 which has been converted the a perfect MacBook Mini. That should get me by until Dual Core atoms are found in Netbooks.


It actually draws 8W AFAIK...
Earliest I would imagine is Q2 2009 release.

I personally don't see the need for dual cores in these netbooks, for what you would normally use it as such as browsing the net and word processing they are all single thread programs.
#34
moneysaver05
are you sure that john lewis will be selling this??? i can not see any reference to this on their website:santa:


As sure as I can be. I saw it on their terminal in Wycombe when I asked about it a few weeks ago. I phoned up a couple of days ago and they told me they had stock due in this week.

They won't show it on their website until they have stock in their warehouse - they won't even take pre-orders in store. I'm happy to wait - even though it's not as cheap as Play, the extra year of guarantee is worth it to me.
#35
pjk
... They won't show it on their website until they have stock in their warehouse ... .


What JL have in-store and what JL have on their web site are two completely different things!

I too think the extra years warranty is worth paying £299 for.

This Play.com offer is riddled with unknowns - dodgy RAC voucher and Quidco cashback - to get both you'll have to be extremely lucky tomorrow!
#36
I am moving house soon and was going to get a new Desktop but this seems really good for the price and i love Samsung products. I was wondering how long it would last as i would use it ALOT (Would the battery wear out quickly and the fans etc?)
#37
grumpyone
What JL have in-store and what JL have on their web site are two completely different things!


Yes, I should have mentioned that I spoke to somebody at JL online too and they were my source for saying that it wouldn't appear online until they had stock. Since they sell other Samsung laptops online I think it's likely they their customer service rep was correct as the NC10, because of the amazing battery life, is likely to be a big seller. We'll see.

FWIW I think that any JL store will accept a phone order for this kind of thing and send it free of charge - don't quote me though...
#38
cold im afraid. the spec is really REALLY basic and will soon begin to struggle to run modern software especially with the Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 950. The only thing you are getting for £300 is the size+weight. Good for some people but not everyone
#39
1.33 kg is biggish for a netbook!

Is the Acer 701 the smallest weight?

What is the smallest with XP?

Voted hot:thumbsup:
#40
scottp7
cold im afraid. the spec is really REALLY basic and will soon begin to struggle to run modern software especially with the Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 950. The only thing you are getting for £300 is the size+weight. Good for some people but not everyone


I think you are missing the point, you buy this FOR the size and weight. It's a netbook not a laptop, it's not supposed to be used for running CPU hungry programs, its for surfing the web, the odd document and some music and video, it's not like this thing is ever not going to be capable of doing those thing! Oh and it's definitely not cold this is £15 cheaper than anywhere else and that's before quidco.

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