Samsung NC10 -Pink netbook + Datz Music Voucher £299.99 plus 20% account credit and free delivery @ CDiscount - HotUKDeals
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Samsung NC10 -Pink netbook + Datz Music Voucher £299.99 plus 20% account credit and free delivery @ CDiscount

£299.99 @ CDiscount entertainment
Use the attached coupon code for this deal and £60 account credit 5 Free Albums download Included! Intel Atom N270 Processor, 1GB RAM, 160GB HDD, 10" Screen Size, Windows XP Home OS, Bl… Read More
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[mod] 7y, 11m agoFound 7 years, 11 months ago
Use the attached coupon code for this deal and £60 account credit

5 Free Albums download Included!
Intel Atom N270 Processor,
1GB RAM,
160GB HDD,
10" Screen Size,
Windows XP Home OS,
Bluetooth

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#1
Hot deal. Unbelievable laptop.
#2
worth mentioning the other colours without the datz voucher are still a great deal due to cashback
#3
Netbooks cannot handle more than using notepad, so stay away from netbooks and invest in a laptop or notebook.

CDDiscount also have some other very good priced portable computers.
#4
pdhroche
Netbooks cannot handle more than using notepad, so stay away from netbooks and invest in a laptop or notebook.

CDDiscount also have some other very good priced portable computers.


:roll: Please don't talk nonsense. We've managed much more resource intensive processes in the past few years on much lower specs than these.

These are more than capable of running any office applications, browsing, playing videos, playing old games.

These are not trying to be a desktop replacement.
#5
Great deal here, £248 Equivelant on the NC10 black, though I can't see much else on the site that's worth getting :(.
#6
pdhroche
Netbooks cannot handle more than using notepad, so stay away from netbooks and invest in a laptop or notebook.

CDDiscount also have some other very good priced portable computers.


What on earth are you talking about?

If you want to play PC games then a netbook is not the right choice, however if you want to do most other things, then a netbook is perfect!
I have the NC20 and its fab :)

Cheers.
1 Like #7
pdhroche
Netbooks cannot handle more than using notepad, so stay away from netbooks and invest in a laptop or notebook.

CDDiscount also have some other very good priced portable computers.


sounds like another jealous oversized laptop user to me.

have you tried one ?

I run office 2007, VMware (Virtual Machine), Photo Shop, and lots of other apps.

they maybe a little slower then a decent £500.00 laptop, but.....

they aint that much in it, the lappy battery only runs for 2.5 - 3 hours, you cannot have it on your lap without getting betty swollocks.

If you just surf, do word processing then these are ace, truly portable (not luggable) , perfectly formed and alot cheaper then most laptops.

If you need speed and performance then DON'T buy a laptop, get a desktop..... SImple as.

90-% of laptops are only good for surfing and word processing, try to encode video, play games (3d etc) and the nickname Craptop Springs to mind......

A Netbook does 90% of what a laptop does but you can use it on your lap without the heat or weight issues, the samsung lasts around 5 hours on it battery, the new asus's get around 9 hours.

I have taken mine abroad to use as a video / photo storage device as well as surfing the web, they are a great unit for traveling with, you can always remote desktop to a desktop if you need some serious power.....

I suggest you try a proper netbook before you give them a good telling off....

a top tip is to press f11 to get full screen on internet explorer this gives you alot better view of webpages and makes the netbook more of a joy to use.

They are here to stay, The market has been crying out for the stepping stone between a pda and a laptop...
#8
pdhroche
Netbooks cannot handle more than using notepad, so stay away from netbooks and invest in a laptop or notebook.

CDDiscount also have some other very good priced portable computers.


Theres is always one....
#9
pdhroche
Netbooks cannot handle more than using notepad, so stay away from netbooks and invest in a laptop or notebook.

CDDiscount also have some other very good priced portable computers.



this is a superb buy worth every penny - you seem like an absolute idiot can you back up your statement with evidence no i didn't so go back to playing on your zx spectrum
#10
itolson
.... the samsung lasts around 5 hours on it battery, the new asus's get around 9 hours....


Agree with most of what you say, however, dont forget manufacturers figures are always inflated.
So far I am getting about 3.5hrs from my 6 cell Samsung NC20 and no 'betty swallocks' :-D

Cheers
#11
pdhroche
Netbooks cannot handle more than using notepad, so stay away from netbooks and invest in a laptop or notebook.

CDDiscount also have some other very good priced portable computers.


Nonsense.

I have one of these (in blue!) and it cheerfully runs office, plays movies, music, surfs the net, downloads - in fact pretty much everything most users do.
#12
Love the NC10, couldn't live without mine...I got one from the Auditions deal a short while back for £245 and it's worth *every* penny and more. Currently dual-booting XP & Windows 7 and performance is excellent.

I would recommend you strip out a load of the cruft that comes with it (e.g. Samsung's backup manager, etc) so you don't need to needlessly partition your hard drive (as recommended on first start). All you really need (apart from Windows) is the Samsung battery & display managers to get the best out of it.

If I was going up to £300 would consider the Eee 1000HA though (not the 1000H) too, it gives 9 hrs batter life from stock...don't know how much more it would cost though, so probably not with the extra.

A lot of people quote 7/8 hrs batter from the NC10. You *can* get that, although you'd have to be running virtually nothing, reality for active browsing with some apps and drivers running in the background is approx 5hrs 30mins...maybe 6...which is still fantastic!
#13
pdhroche;5306977
Netbooks cannot handle more than using notepad, so stay away from netbooks and invest in a laptop or notebook.

CDDiscount also have some other very good priced portable computers.


If that is the case how come I'm running Office 2007 on my NC10 and NC20?
#14
Saw this a few days ago but decided not to post it as I thought it was common knowledge ...... Shows how wrong I was.

Seriously been considering getting the black one but the account credit sounds a bit dodgy to me.
#15
thekudos;5308635
Saw this a few days ago but decided not to post it as I thought it was common knowledge ...... Shows how wrong I was.

Seriously been considering getting the black one but the account credit sounds a bit dodgy to me.


It's worth it with Quidco on top too.

All depends on how wisely you spend the £60 credit and if there is something else that you buy with the credit.
#16
IWannaBeAdored
It's worth it with Quidco on top too.

All depends on how wisely you spend the £60 credit and if there is something else that you buy with the credit.


Account Credit works fine, it shows on your account after a few days, it only lasts a month though.

it can work out well if you need something else...
#17
I have seen two items priced at £60:

Nike Men's running trainers

External 640GB HDD

Most of the other £60 items on the site I checked their REAL value and the BT handsets priced at £60 for instance were only selling for £20-30 on fleabay.
#18
thekudos
I have seen two items priced at £60:

Nike Men's running trainers

External 640GB HDD

Most of the other £60 items on the site I checked their REAL value and the BT handsets priced at £60 for instance were only selling for £20-30 on fleabay.


Its still better then paying full price...

£240.00 for a NC10 is a great deal....
#19
Not sure about the colour but this is the best of the current crop of notebooks:

Great battery life - up to 8 hours, but you'll probably get six at typical screen brightness with WiFi on.
Great keyboard, pretty much as good as a regular laptop
Great screen - 10.1" and very bright and clear, even at lower backlight levels
Extremely well constructed, the quality is evident in the day to day feel
Bluetooth built in
Easy to expand memory (I'm looking at you Aspire One)
#20
Ordered a couple of days ago - Quidco tracked at £13.50, and didn't notice the free album downloads until this thread. The account credit makes this a great deal.
#21
Thanks MIkeT - I've been looking to get a Samsung NC-10 for a while now - some fantastic reviews of it right around the web and everyone who has a NC10 seems to think it's great.

So when I stumpled upon this deal I decided to take the plunge and I ordered one this morning

I went for the more manly Blue colour - 10 pounds dearer and no CD voucher - but still good deal using the 20% account credit, quidco and free delivery plus the option of the 3 #100 pound repayments.

Just one question though, can you only use the account credit to purchase one item? or can you purchase a number of items and get the discount off your basket? I was thinking of getting an external DVD drive and carry case with the voucher.

Thanks Again - BTW Great website - 1st time user and 1st time post :)
1 Like #22
Ricco_M
Thanks MIkeT - I've been looking to get a Samsung NC-10 for a while now - some fantastic reviews of it right around the web and everyone who has a NC10 seems to think it's great.

So when I stumpled upon this deal I decided to take the plunge and I ordered one this morning

I went for the more manly Blue colour - 10 pounds dearer and no CD voucher - but still good deal using the 20% account credit, quidco and free delivery plus the option of the 3 #100 pound repayments.

Just one question though, can you only use the account credit to purchase one item? or can you purchase a number of items and get the discount off your basket? I was thinking of getting an external DVD drive and carry case with the voucher.

Thanks Again - BTW Great website - 1st time user and 1st time post :)


No, it looks like you can use the voucher against a one time order - this means you could have a basketful of items and use the voucher to pay for them. You can only use the voucher in one transaction - if you spend £20 for instance you will lose the rest of the value of the voucher....if you spend £80, you pay the difference. That is how I understood it to work.
1 Like #23
Ricco_M
Thanks MIkeT - I've been looking to get a Samsung NC-10 for a while now - some fantastic reviews of it right around the web and everyone who has a NC10 seems to think it's great.

So when I stumpled upon this deal I decided to take the plunge and I ordered one this morning

I went for the more manly Blue colour - 10 pounds dearer and no CD voucher - but still good deal using the 20% account credit, quidco and free delivery plus the option of the 3 #100 pound repayments.

Just one question though, can you only use the account credit to purchase one item? or can you purchase a number of items and get the discount off your basket? I was thinking of getting an external DVD drive and carry case with the voucher.

Thanks Again - BTW Great website - 1st time user and 1st time post :)


Account credit vouchers will adjust the price of your entire basket.

cdiscount.co.uk
#24
Good stuff - Thats great to know

Thanks

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