Toshiba NB200-11L Netbook 9.3 Hours Battery £199.97 after cashback at Laptops Direct - HotUKDeals
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Seems like a very good deal to me.

* Processor: Intel® Atom processor N270 (1.60GHz)
* RAM: 1GB DDR2 RAM (800 MHz)
* Hard Drive: 160GB
* Operating System: Windows® XP Home 32-bit Edition
* Screen: 10.1" Toshiba TruBrite® WSVGA TFT display with LED backlight
* Optical Drive: None
* Graphics: Mobile Intel® GMA 950
* Bluetooth: No
* Notebook Camera: Integrated VGA Web Camera
* Warranty: 1-year international warranty
* Run Time (Up To) 9.3 hour(s)
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#1
Good price with 6 cell battery.
#2
If it had Wireless N I would be clicking "Buy" right now...
#3
if it had a higher res display instead of 1024x600 I'd be buying one too!
#4
How does this compare to the dell outlet deal here http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/580509/dell-mini-1011-win-7-starter-32-bit

Obviously the dell is a refurb but is the 6 cell worth the extra £26?
#5
Delivery cost?

If there is one, please include it in the price...
#6
[FONT=Verdana]The cashback link on their website takes you to the following one, which states the following.

"[COLOR=Navy]All registrations must be made no later than 18th November 2009 and the closing date for claims to be received is the 9th December 2009.[/COLOR]"

Toshiba LCD TV Cashback
http://www.toshibacashback.com/LCDTV/tscs.asp

They might have put the wrong link but I don't see any other cashback deals listed on the Toshiba website.

Edit - Okay I had a dig round the Toshiba UK website and found there was a cashback deal listed but it doesn't show the specific laptop models which are applicable to the cashback; if you click on the link on that page it opens up a new page regarding cashback on TVs by the look of it.

Laptops Cash Back - Toshiba
http://uk.computers.toshiba-europe.com/innovation/generic/laptops-cashback-2009/

Cheers, Scotty Boy! :thumbsup:[/FONT]
#7
No bluetooth, poor VGA camera, Not really a good deal.
#8
I think the link should have been
[url]www.toshiba.co.uk/cashback2010[/url] which redirects to http://www.toshibacashback.com/
#9
Yeah. And if it had a 1.3 megapixel, a 280 processor I would be buying too. DOH!!!
#10
Looks the same spec as the recent dell offer but with 6 cell , more than likely the same internals , case looks exactly the same as my 2 , if so they are pretty good netbooks.
#11
This laptop is of a high build quality. It may not have the HD resolutions which new netbooks are having or 802.11n, but still it is a decent price for a decent netbook.
#12
I got the 11H version about 6 months ago and it runs very well! One nice little trick is that it can output full1080 through the VGA connector... Wouldn't recommend doing this from the battery for very long tho :thumbsup:
#13
Seems a good deal for a 6 cell netbook, hot.
#14
Toshiba come out well in surveys for reliability and backup (Which? magazine).
#18


Seems to have been deleted, any reason why?
suspended#19
because it doesn't include VAT, its way more expensive than this deal.
#20
hajj_3
because it doesn't include VAT, its way more expensive than this deal.


Thanks for that, hadn't spotted it was ex-VAT.
#21
Not as good as the carphone warehouse deal for £179.99
#22
Codify;7542890
Not as good as the carphone warehouse deal for £179.99


[FONT=Verdana]Actually the key difference between this deal and the Carphone Warehouse one is the battery (both have the same hardware architecture in place) - [COLOR=Navy]the Compaq Mini 110c has a three cell[/COLOR] whilst [COLOR=Navy]the Toshiba NB200-11L has a six cell[/COLOR]...if you were needing a netbook with a decent battery runtime (for being mobile, long haul travelling, etc) then the Toshiba would be a good deal to go for; if your just using it at home for a couple hours of battery runtime or don't have a need for excessive battery runtime (i.e. plugged in at the mains the bulk of the time) then the Compaq Mini 110c wins hands down.

Of course it's all down to one key point to consider - [COLOR=Navy]what can you realistically afford to spend?[/COLOR]

Cheers, Scotty Boy! :thumbsup:[/FONT]
#23
Surprise surprise, another company that considers the Highlands as not part of the UK mainland and won't let me order :(

John
#24
Johnmcl7;7587797
Surprise surprise, another company that considers the Highlands as not part of the UK mainland and won't let me order :(

John


[FONT=Verdana]Ah the joys min of shipping back home!!! :whistling:

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

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