Toshiba Málága NB10T Touch Notebook, 11.6" £199 @ Staples online & instore - HotUKDeals
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Processor: Intel® Pentium® N3510 2.10GHz, 2MB Cache - For efficient multitasking
Hard Drive: 500GB (SATA, 5400rpm) - A standard size storage capacity for your files and media
Memory: 4GB (DDR3, 1600MHz) - A standard memory size for good multitasking
Graphics: Intel HD Graphics Intel HD Graphics - Integrated graphics processing, providing a better visual experience
Display: 11.6" HD LED-backlit TruBrite touchscreen, 1366 x 768 - A smaller screen size, for excellent mobility
Battery Life: Up to 5 Hours - A long battery life suitable for mobile use
Weight: 1.5Kg - An extra-light PC for the ultimate mobility
Optical Drive: N/A
Bluetooth: Yes, v4.0 - Connect to other BlueTooth devices to share contacts, files, and media wirelessly
Display Type: LED-Backlit HD TruBrite Touch Display - LED-Backlit screen for more vibrant colours, brighter whites and truer blacks
WiFi: Integrated WiFi 802.11b/g/n - Connect to any source of Wireless Internet with your PC
Ports: 1 x USB 3.0, 2 x USB 2.0, 1 x HDMI, 1 x external monitor, 1 x SD card, 1 x combined microphone + headphone, 1 x RJ45 - USB 3.0 - The latest USB technology for faster connections with your keyboards, mice, smartphones, and external storage devices
Anytime USB Sleep & Charge: N/A
HDMI Port: Yes, x1 - Connect to a HD Monitor or TV to view your media on a bigger screen
Webcam: 0.9 MP Integrated Webcam with microphone - So you can take photos, and video chat with friends and family
Sound: Integrated Stereo Speakers with Dts sound - For a better listening experience
Colour: Black & Silver
Dimensions: 284 x 208.6 x 13.8-25.1mm
Operating System: Genuine Microsoft Windows 8 - Use Apps, Live Tiles and Charms to control and personalise your PC
Please note: This item is non-returnable within 30 days (unless damaged or faulty). After 30 days the customer must call the manufacturer and follow their returns policy

they also have in store, in my case Bristol at the same price

Item number is WW-424377

£18.18 TCB
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#3
Is the N3510 not a quad core. This is a great deal anyway nice find.
#4
Yep it is QC BayTrail:

http://ark.intel.com/products/76751/Intel-Pentium-Processor-N3510-2M-Cache-2_00-GHz

Much more responsive than AMD's C-series (C60, C70) some other netbooks on HUKD...
#5
This looks like a great price/machine on the face of it...anyone got one or used one?
2 Likes #6
my brother has a similar machine with this cpu and honestly it's quick. It's not an intel core version quick but certainly everything works perfectly smooth, i.e, photoshop, office, and his other programming software. Blueray version of a few movies run perfectly fine with no lag at all.

As for this toshiba i played with it in staples today but i don't need one, it is a fine little machine to be honest, it also has a maintenance cover oat the bottom so easy upgrade
#7
I did a check on the processor and have no doubt that's up to the job for average needs, was more interested in build quality, screen quality and if there are any known issues with this model. At this price it may sound like I'm being picky but I bought a pair of Asus Vivobooks not long ago which I'm extremely happy with so this has to be able to at least compete with them for me to justify buying a third 'netbook'!

Edited By: KendallC on Jun 18, 2014 14:30
#8
Take a note of the rather naughty returns policy they try to impose:
'Please note: This item is non-returnable within 30 days (unless damaged or faulty). After 30 days the customer must call the manufacturer and follow their returns policy'

Does that read no returns to Staples, faulty or not after 30 days?
#9
simont_space
Take a note of the rather naughty returns policy they try to impose:
'Please note: This item is non-returnable within 30 days (unless damaged or faulty). After 30 days the customer must call the manufacturer and follow their returns policy'

Does that read no returns to Staples, faulty or not after 30 days?

in my own experience, i have returned a tablet to the store where i bought it from and they didn't make a fuss, i said the person i bought it for didn't like it. as for the mail order than there is no issues with returns as far as i know

Edited By: nguaddar on Jun 18, 2014 14:41
#10
simont_space
Take a note of the rather naughty returns policy they try to impose:
'Please note: This item is non-returnable within 30 days (unless damaged or faulty). After 30 days the customer must call the manufacturer and follow their returns policy'

Does that read no returns to Staples, faulty or not after 30 days?

DSR applies irrespective of their returns policy. You have 14 days to return the item to the seller without any reason, provided you order it online, of course.
#11
The nb10t is dual core that is stated in the title but description states a different processor a n3510 which is quad.
#12
I swear to god that it just came up at £166.66. I refreshed and back to £199
#13
DickyGB
I swear to god that it just came up at £166.66. I refreshed and back to £199
Price excluding VAT is £166.66 add the tax and it's £199.99
1 Like #14
DickyGB
I swear to god that it just came up at £166.66. I refreshed and back to £199

it's called VAT ;)
#15
DickyGB
I swear to god that it just came up at £166.66. I refreshed and back to £199


166.66 is without VAT
#16
Far better than the Acer one a few days ago. ( http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/acer-aspire-v5-ao725-320gb-2gb-laptop-149-99-argos-1930507 )

£50 more expensive yes. But it'll be WAY more usable than the Acer. Shove an SSD in it and this would be a very nice little portable ...
#17
simont_space
Take a note of the rather naughty returns policy they try to impose:
'Please note: This item is non-returnable within 30 days (unless damaged or faulty). After 30 days the customer must call the manufacturer and follow their returns policy'

Does that read no returns to Staples, faulty or not after 30 days?
Returning goods not faulty nor damaged is not required by law, it relies on the goodwill of the seller to accept no fault returns.
banned#18
Comrade
simont_space
Take a note of the rather naughty returns policy they try to impose:'Please note: This item is non-returnable within 30 days (unless damaged or faulty). After 30 days the customer must call the manufacturer and follow their returns policy'Does that read no returns to Staples, faulty or not after 30 days?
DSR applies irrespective of their returns policy. You have 14 days to return the item to the seller without any reason, provided you order it online, of course.

The period in which you can notify the seller that you wish to cancel is actually 7 working days, starting on the day after the actual day of receipt: http://www.legislation.gov.uk/uksi/2000/2334/regulation/11/made

Also worth noting that if you have unsealed any software, you lose the right to cancel. Also by law the retailer should refund you immediately you cancel, before you have returned the goods (good luck with enforcing this though!! :3).

splender
Returning goods not faulty nor damaged is not required by law, it relies on the goodwill of the seller to accept no fault returns.

Not if you buy remotely, the Distance Selling Regulations give you the right to cancel by law.


Edited By: bargainking2 on Jun 18, 2014 15:34: PFO
#19
jamesphimister50
The nb10t is dual core that is stated in the title but description states a different processor a n3510 which is quad.

it is deff a quadcore as i have seen it in the shop and checked in the system tab
#20
jamesphimister50
The nb10t is dual core that is stated in the title but description states a different processor a n3510 which is quad.

Nb10t is not a processor model number is it? Genuine question, not trying to be clever or anything. If it's simply a Toshiba model number then surely it's neither dual core or quad core...it's simply the model of the computer and if that's the case it doesn't necessarily have any connection to what CPU is installed. Either way, I soon discovered after buying an Acer quad core (AMD A6) that for every day use quad core doesn't always mean faster!
#21
would be great if the battery life was a bit better
#22
Great deal
rheumatoid
would be great if the battery life was a bit better

Seriously though, for £199, its hard to expect anything more.

Great deal, HEAT.
#23
bargainking2
The period in which you can notify the seller that you wish to cancel is actually 7 working days, starting on the day after the actual day of receipt
Not anymore :) Changed to 14 days effective for contracts concluded after 13 June.

http://www.legislation.gov.uk/uksi/2013/3134/regulation/30/made
#24
splender
simont_space
Take a note of the rather naughty returns policy they try to impose:
'Please note: This item is non-returnable within 30 days (unless damaged or faulty). After 30 days the customer must call the manufacturer and follow their returns policy'

Does that read no returns to Staples, faulty or not after 30 days?
Returning goods not faulty nor damaged is not required by law, it relies on the goodwill of the seller to accept no fault returns.

'No returns faulty or not after 30 days'. They will not accept any returns, full stop. They cannot offload responsibility for faulty goods to the manufacturer unless you go there first.
#25
whats the build quality like?
#26
zlain
whats the build quality like?

The one i played with in the shop was good enough to be honest, i mean it is plastic but sturdy and when you use the touch sreen it's just so slightly wobbly but i think i was a little rough in purpose

There is a review of the celeron version but it's exactly the same http://www.notebookcheck.net/Review-Toshiba-Satellite-NB10t-A-101-Netbook.108374.0.html

Edited By: nguaddar on Jun 18, 2014 16:13
#27
sold out!
#28
If anyone wants one i reckon they still have some in stores, i just rang my local one in Bristol and he said they have some. Maight be worth checking local stores
#29
Sold out dammit
#30
Comrade

DSR applies irrespective of their returns policy. You have 14 days to return the item to the seller without any reason, provided you order it online, of course.
That is true, but do you really want to deal with a retailer who is already screwing you before the sale?

And Toshiba support is an absolute disaster. It used to be OK, but no longer.
#31
How does this compare to the lenovo s210 which was posted the other day?

http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/1094060.htm
#32
ministrymason
How does this compare to the lenovo s210 which was posted the other day?

http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/1094060.htm

Much better on the face of it. Spec is better and the Lenovo didn't feel that great build wise when I tried it.
#33
simont_space
splender
simont_space
Take a note of the rather naughty returns policy they try to impose:
'Please note: This item is non-returnable within 30 days (unless damaged or faulty). After 30 days the customer must call the manufacturer and follow their returns policy'

Does that read no returns to Staples, faulty or not after 30 days?
Returning goods not faulty nor damaged is not required by law, it relies on the goodwill of the seller to accept no fault returns.

'No returns faulty or not after 30 days'. They will not accept any returns, full stop. They cannot offload responsibility for faulty goods to the manufacturer unless you go there first.
That's likely to breach the Sales of Goods Act and Unfair Contract Terms Act , report them to a local Trading Standards if I were you. However what you typed now is in contradiction of what you alleged in your earlier post.

Edited By: splender on Jun 18, 2014 20:20
#34
Just picked this up in store.. Can this be unexpired please? Also, the lady said (as does the receipt) that the computer can be returned within 14 days even if it has been opened for a full refund.

Edited By: TheGimp on Jun 18, 2014 20:25
#35
TheGimp
Just picked this up in store.. Can this be unexpired please? Also, the lady said (as does the receipt) that the computer can be returned within 14 days even if it has been opened for a full refund.

I went to buy this in store and it scanned at £269. They wouldn't reduce the price. I think you must have been lucky to get it at this price.
#36
splender
simont_space
splender
simont_space
Take a note of the rather naughty returns policy they try to impose:
'Please note: This item is non-returnable within 30 days (unless damaged or faulty). After 30 days the customer must call the manufacturer and follow their returns policy'

Does that read no returns to Staples, faulty or not after 30 days?
Returning goods not faulty nor damaged is not required by law, it relies on the goodwill of the seller to accept no fault returns.

'No returns faulty or not after 30 days'. They will not accept any returns, full stop. They cannot offload responsibility for faulty goods to the manufacturer unless you go there first.
That's likely to breach the Sales of Goods Act and Unfair Contract Terms Act , report them to a local Trading Standards if I were you. However what you typed now is in contradiction of what you alleged in your earlier post.

'Alleged'? How? 'Does that read no returns to Staples, faulty or not after 30 days?', 'No returns faulty or not after 30 days'.

One was a question, the second was my answering it how I perceived it. Please point out the contradiction, because I can't see it.

I pointed it out because folk could have problems if the product develops a fault after 30 days.
#37
BM12
TheGimp
Just picked this up in store.. Can this be unexpired please? Also, the lady said (as does the receipt) that the computer can be returned within 14 days even if it has been opened for a full refund.

I went to buy this in store and it scanned at £269. They wouldn't reduce the price. I think you must have been lucky to get it at this price.

Shame, it was actually the girl that said she would just match their online price despite it being out of stock online.
#38
simont_space
splender
simont_space
splender
simont_space
Take a note of the rather naughty returns policy they try to impose:
'Please note: This item is non-returnable within 30 days (unless damaged or faulty). After 30 days the customer must call the manufacturer and follow their returns policy'

Does that read no returns to Staples, faulty or not after 30 days?
Returning goods not faulty nor damaged is not required by law, it relies on the goodwill of the seller to accept no fault returns.

'No returns faulty or not after 30 days'. They will not accept any returns, full stop. They cannot offload responsibility for faulty goods to the manufacturer unless you go there first.
That's likely to breach the Sales of Goods Act and Unfair Contract Terms Act , report them to a local Trading Standards if I were you. However what you typed now is in contradiction of what you alleged in your earlier post.

'Alleged'? How? 'Does that read no returns to Staples, faulty or not after 30 days?', 'No returns faulty or not after 30 days'.

One was a question, the second was my answering it how I perceived it. Please point out the contradiction, because I can't see it.

I pointed it out because folk could have problems if the product develops a fault after 30 days.
You had typed:"This item is non-returnable within 30 days (unless damaged or faulty)."
#39
splender
simont_space
splender
simont_space
splender
simont_space
Take a note of the rather naughty returns policy they try to impose:
'Please note: This item is non-returnable within 30 days (unless damaged or faulty). After 30 days the customer must call the manufacturer and follow their returns policy'

Does that read no returns to Staples, faulty or not after 30 days?
Returning goods not faulty nor damaged is not required by law, it relies on the goodwill of the seller to accept no fault returns.

'No returns faulty or not after 30 days'. They will not accept any returns, full stop. They cannot offload responsibility for faulty goods to the manufacturer unless you go there first.
That's likely to breach the Sales of Goods Act and Unfair Contract Terms Act , report them to a local Trading Standards if I were you. However what you typed now is in contradiction of what you alleged in your earlier post.

'Alleged'? How? 'Does that read no returns to Staples, faulty or not after 30 days?', 'No returns faulty or not after 30 days'.

One was a question, the second was my answering it how I perceived it. Please point out the contradiction, because I can't see it.

I pointed it out because folk could have problems if the product develops a fault after 30 days.
You had typed:"This item is non-returnable within 30 days (unless damaged or faulty)."

Quoting what the OP had copied from the Staples website, look in the description above.
#40
simont_space
splender
simont_space
splender
simont_space
splender
simont_space
Take a note of the rather naughty returns policy they try to impose:
'Please note: This item is non-returnable within 30 days (unless damaged or faulty). After 30 days the customer must call the manufacturer and follow their returns policy'

Does that read no returns to Staples, faulty or not after 30 days?
Returning goods not faulty nor damaged is not required by law, it relies on the goodwill of the seller to accept no fault returns.

'No returns faulty or not after 30 days'. They will not accept any returns, full stop. They cannot offload responsibility for faulty goods to the manufacturer unless you go there first.
That's likely to breach the Sales of Goods Act and Unfair Contract Terms Act , report them to a local Trading Standards if I were you. However what you typed now is in contradiction of what you alleged in your earlier post.

'Alleged'? How? 'Does that read no returns to Staples, faulty or not after 30 days?', 'No returns faulty or not after 30 days'.

One was a question, the second was my answering it how I perceived it. Please point out the contradiction, because I can't see it.

I pointed it out because folk could have problems if the product develops a fault after 30 days.
You had typed:"This item is non-returnable within 30 days (unless damaged or faulty)."

Quoting what the OP had copied from the Staples website, look in the description above.
That OP quote implies normal return within the law for faulty items. So is perfectly OK and is within law. Anyway, if I were to buy from Staples I would have to read the Staples terms myself rather than to rely on someone else's precis.

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