Samsung NC10 Netbook (Intel Atom N270 1.6GHz Processor, 1 GB RAM, 160 GB HDD, 10.1 inch TFT Display, LAN, WLAN, BT, XP Home, Black) WAS £329.00 NOW £268.79 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Product Features

* Intel Atom processor - based on an entirely new microarchitecture, it increases energy efficiency to extend battery life
* Seeing is believing - the NC10s 10.1 inch widescreen display is optimised to deliver a seamless visual experience
* Ergonomic Keyboard - incorporating a normal size, notebook PC style keyboard for easy typing
* Light yet powerful - only 1.3Kg with a 6 cell battery
* Multiple connectivity - webcam, wired/wireless networking and Bluetooth

Technical Details

Range: N Series
Model Name: NC10
Part Number: NP-NC10-KB02UK (Black)
EAN Barcode: 8808993536788
Operating System: Genuine Windows XP Home (SP3)
Processor: Intel Atom Processor N270 (1.6GHz), 533 MHz FSB with 512KB Cache
Main Chipset: Intel 945GSE + ICH7M
System Memory: 1GB (1 x 1GB) DDR2 800 MHz
Memory Slot: 1 x Slot SODIMM
Display: 10.1 inch WSVGA (1024 x 600) SuperBright Non-Gloss LED Display
Graphics: Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 950
Graphics Memory: 128MB Integrated Graphics
Sound: HD (High Definition) Audio
Multimedia Player: Mic Noise Suppression, EDS (Enhanced Digital Sound) Effect
Speakers: 2 Watts Stereo Speakers (1 W x 2)
Integrated Camera: 1.3 Mega Pixel Digital Motion Camera
Hard Drive: 160GB SATA
Optical: ---
Modem (RJ11): ---
Wired Ethernet LAN (RJ45): 10/100
Wireless LAN: Atheros Wifi 802.11b.g
WWAN: ---
Bluetooth: Bluetooth 2.1
I/O Port: VGA, Headphone-out, Mic-in, Internal Mic, 3 x USB 2.0, 3 in 1 Card Reader (SD, SDHC, MMC), DC-in
Keyboard: 84 Key with Silver Nano technology (Anti-Bacterial Keyboard)
Touch Pad/Touch Screen: Touch Pad (Scroll Scope, Flat Type)
TPM: ---
IAMT: ---
Fingerprint Reader: ---
Recovery: Samsung Recovery Solution III
Virus: McAfee Virus Scan (trial version)
Security: BIOS Boot Up Password, HDD Password
Lock: Kensington Lock Port
Power: AC Adapter 40 Watt
Battery: 6 Cell Lithium ion (5200 mAh)
Dimensions (WxDxH): 261 x 185.5 x 30.3 mm
Weight: 1.3 Kg
Warranty: 1 Year Collect and Return
Software (Installed): Samsung Magic Doctor, Samsung Update Plus, Easy Display Manager, Easy Battery Manager, Easy Network Manager, Easy Speed Up Manager, Adobe Acrobat Reader
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#1
Great price.

Exactly same price as eBuyer

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/168414
#2
Is the only difference between this and the one at Staples over the weekend at £229 the 6-cell battery? Seems like it.
#3
Nice price heated
#4
Got the 3 cell one last week for £199 (Staples). Think there'll be a lot of deals around on these now, and don't think £268 is a particularly hot price. Cold. Sorry.
#5
qyestionmark
Got the 3 cell one last week for £199 (Staples). Think there'll be a lot of deals around on these now, and don't think £268 is a particularly hot price. Cold. Sorry.


If you can find the 6-cell battery version cheaper right now please post the link :whistling:
#6
I posted this on below thread last night

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/481882/samsung-nc10-6-cell-version-268-79-/

Wasn't sure if it was worthy of a new thread, should have took the plunge lol
#7
I would rather buy from Amazon than Ebuyer. Ebuyer are *******s, lol.
#8
Go the one from Staples last week, but might take it back and go for this one with the 6 cell battery. It is a portable Netbook afterall. your missing out on the portable potential if it is stuck to the mains all the time.
Good deal.
#9
defsteve
If you can find the 6-cell battery version cheaper right now please post the link :whistling:


Why would I buy a 6 cell NC10 when I can buy a 3 cell NC10 for £70 less and buy a new 6 (or even a 9 cell) battery pack for £30-£40? That way I can have two battery packs and still save £30 or more?

Don't get me wrong, I do understand why people think this is a good price, but when there's a much cheaper way to get to the same or better end point then it's not hot. Sorry.

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