Toshiba NB200 11L - PLL25E-00500GEN - Cosmic Black Netbook, £187.35 after cashback @ IT247 - HotUKDeals
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* Award Winning NB200 Netbook by Editors Choice and recommended 4 Star Expert Rating by PC Advisor
* £50 CASH BACK during Feb on this Netbook.
* Near Full Size Keyboard makes the NB200 easy to use and ideal for home, in the office or in education.
* 26.9cm (10.1") TruBrite widescreen display with richer colours for better viewing , clearer images and sharper text.
* Super long battery life of upto 9 hours with the 6 cell battery.
* Hard Drive Protection which reduces the risk of damage and data loss.
* Lightweight with a starting weight of only 1.33kg the NB200 can be taken anywhere.
* Integrated 1.3MP webcam so you can experience web conferencing and other multi-media content with no additional hardware
* 1 Year Warranty for extra peace of mind.
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#1
Got a refurbished one for £121 and i love it.:thumbsup:
#2
TECHSPEC;7820707
Got a refurbished one for £121 and i love it.:thumbsup:

Where from?
#3
BlackCloud
Where from?


Big Offers - they have sold out now.

It was better than i thought, as it actually came reboxed etc by Toshiba, and it was like setting up a new one.

Their cheapest refurbed NB200's are now £199 - so this is hot, although Pixmania keep doing the Samsung NC10 on offer. When they do it works out £209 with Quidco.

Not sure there is much between them though, although most people don't like Pixmania.
#4
Thanks.
#5
BlackCloud
Thanks.


No probs.

To be honest, if i'd had to pay full price, i would probably have gone for one with Windows 7 starter on. They are starting to come through at reasonable prices now.

This seemed a good deal:-
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/600795/samsung-n140-netbook-black-229-free
#6
toshiba is very bad at giving the cashback, it cost more in phone bills to get the cash back and they always seem to loose the paperwork!
#7
Agree with the point about cashback from Toshiba - I never got mine.

Sony aren't great either, but once I proved they had my claim, they finally coughed up 2 months later..
#8
agree I had to chase and chase for my cashback, it took 3 months!

but they did accidentally send me two cashbacks by accident

winner :)
banned#9
The race to the bottom. Netbooks are terrible.
#10
This looks pretty sweet!
Apparently its hackintoshable? http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=190020

Super long battery life of upto 9 hours
:o
#11
Hi All,

I am the Category Manager for IT247 and I have a direct relationship with Toshiba. Should you have any problems in claiming your £50 Cash Back on this netbook then please feel free to contact me directly and I'll ensure that this is paid back to you from Toshiba. Thanks for your interest in the Toshiba NB200.
#12
highjuice
The race to the bottom. Netbooks are terrible.


why's that then\? I have a samsung n130 and it's as good as any laptop i've ever had, had to uprade the ram to 2gb but it's running windows 7 ultimate and it's ace.
#13
Would you say it's worth getting this and fighting for the 50 quid or should I just grab one off ebay?

Are there any other netbooks for sub-200 that I should look into. I'd only use it for word processing, internet and a bit of music.
#14
From what i can tell, it has better battery and is thinner than a mini 10V.

Is there anything else ive missed?
#15
highjuice
The race to the bottom. Netbooks are terrible.

Depends what you want to do with them. For what they're designed to do (email, netsurfing, etc while travelling) the good ones are great. Better than lugging a full laptop around.

It's for these reasons that I think the newer 11"+ ones have lost the plot. 10" is about the right balance between usability and portability.

If the extra battery life is not critical the £179 Compaq deal at CPW is unbeatable - very good machine too.
#16
i kan play crysis on dis yes?
#17
Daniel Tranter
Hi All,

I am the Category Manager for IT247 and I have a direct relationship with Toshiba. Should you have any problems in claiming your £50 Cash Back on this netbook then please feel free to contact me directly and I'll ensure that this is paid back to you from Toshiba. Thanks for your interest in the Toshiba NB200.


can you provide contact details then so hukd members can take you up on your offer ,thanks
#18
Daniel Tranter
Hi All,

I am the Category Manager for IT247 and I have a direct relationship with Toshiba. Should you have any problems in claiming your £50 Cash Back on this netbook then please feel free to contact me directly and I'll ensure that this is paid back to you from Toshiba. Thanks for your interest in the Toshiba NB200.


IF this is the case Daniel Tranter why don't you discount it DIRECTLY for us @ HUKD immediately to £187.35 and claim £50 back yourselves via trade routes. It would clearly save us trying to claim (or unsuccesfully) from Toshiba :?, and creating bad feelings towards this matter :thinking:

[COLOR="Red"]I have reported your post and asked admin to clarify your post / position as you could be anyone commenting on here[/COLOR]:)

Your assistance / comment is awaited :thumbsup:

spec is:
• Atom N270 / 1.66 GHz Processor
• 1GB RAM and 160GB Hard Drive
• Weighs just 1.3 kg
• Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition
• 10.1" TFT TruBrite LED-backlit widescreen
Integrated Webcam
#19
Can anyone advise me on which of these would be a better version.

This one or

this

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/588297/medion-akoya-e1311-netbook-11-6-scr

Thanks
#20
danandrews80;7824414
Can anyone advise me on which of these would be a better version.

This one or

this

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/588297/medion-akoya-e1311-netbook-11-6-scr

Thanks


[FONT=Verdana]I suppose it all depends upon what you need i.e. long running battery runtime, larger screen, etc, etc.

In addition to that what can you realistically afford to spend.

Cheers, Scotty Boy! :thumbsup:[/FONT]
#21
big-boy
IF this is the case Daniel Tranter why don't you discount it DIRECTLY for us @ HUKD immediately to £187.35 and claim £50 back yourselves via trade routes.


I'm not sticking up for Daniel, but I think it it is unlikely they could do this as to stop trade sellers from making an extra fortune off of the manufacturer they limit it to consumer claims so that you can get one or 2 and at the same time stop a reseller from buying 100 or more and then inflating the price after the deal etc... Same with most cashback deals, otherwise they wouldent exist.
#22
i'm thinking of going travelling later this year and am looking for a netbook to take with me for downloading pics keeping me entertained on journeys etc, this looks perfect?!?
#23
Scotty Boy
[FONT=Verdana]I suppose it all depends upon what you need i.e. long running battery runtime, larger screen, etc, etc.

In addition to that what can you realistically afford to spend.

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


i often run s couple of programs at a time, what would you recomend, this, the medion, or the msi.

I like the idea of a slighlty larger screen, but read the review that said the screen is hard to see.

Would really appreciate any advice
1 Like #24
danandrews80;7824912
i often run s couple of programs at a time, what would you recomend, this, the medion, or the msi.

I like the idea of a slighlty larger screen, but read the review that said the screen is hard to see.

Would really appreciate any advice

[FONT=Verdana]
Assuming the couple of programs would be an Internet Browser, Instant Messaging Manager, Office Software then either would be sufficient for your needs - the key one would be whether your running any more powerful demanding software at all and/or whether that software has a screen size requirement on it to allow it to run.

[/FONT][FONT=Verdana][COLOR=Navy]Medion Akoya E1311[/COLOR][/FONT][FONT=Verdana] - Larger Screen, More Powerful CPU, More Powerful Graphics Card, Larger Keyboard - Battery Rutime is less due to the combination of the CPU but also the Graphics Card; in addition to that Medion is not that well known in terms of a support infrastructure but they are generally alright in the UK (I own a Medion Akoya E1210 and it's still running fine for me).

[/FONT][FONT=Verdana][COLOR=Navy]Toshiba NB200-11L[/COLOR][/FONT][FONT=Verdana] - Smaller Size (easier to carry around on the go), Smaller Screen (reduces the total screen size when compared against the E1311), Standard Intel Atom N270 CPU (less powerful than then E1311 but standard as most current netbooks out there), More Battery Runtime due to the lesser power requirements & it's apparently a larger model (listed as running for nine hours plus on the Toshiba website but most likely less than that); larger company more well known but mixed response when it comes to customer support.

You might want to pop over to the Medion Akoya E1311 deal thread and ask questions to members who have already purchased one - myself I don't have one yet as I'm literally skint just now :oops: but even then I wouldn't be using that much away from the mains power and also it would only be used at client sites.

Cheers, Scotty Boy! :thumbsup:[/FONT]
#25
me, I bought the medion - why? cos I want to stream 720p movies via HDMI at home as well as having a lightweight netbook with a good few hours (3+ in this case) battery life...
#26
big-boy
IF this is the case Daniel Tranter why don't you discount it DIRECTLY for us @ HUKD immediately to £187.35 and claim £50 back yourselves via trade routes. It would clearly save us trying to claim (or unsuccesfully) from Toshiba, and creating bad feelings towards this matter :thinking:

[COLOR="Red"]I have reported your post and asked admin to clarify your post / position as you could be anyone commenting on here[/COLOR]:)

Your assistance / comment is awaited :thumbsup:

spec is:
• Atom N270 / 1.66 GHz Processor
• 1GB RAM and 160GB Hard Drive
• Weighs just 1.3 kg
• Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition
• 10.1" TFT TruBrite LED-backlit widescreen
Integrated Webcam



[COLOR="Red"][SIZE="6"]HELLO MODS !!! [/SIZE][/COLOR] can we have clarity / approval from a MOD about the post by [COLOR="red"]Daniel Tranter[/COLOR] . Is it to much to ask ??? :whistling:

I may claim to work for them too : [email protected]@IT247.com - http://www.it247.com/App_Themes/IT247/images/logo.png see easy -http://www.it247.com/product/1/TOSSUE51/PLL25E-00500GEN-Toshiba-NB200-11L-Cosmic-Black-Atom-N270-1-6-GHz-10-1-TFT.html?mc=HUK-P-Deal-NB200&IT247Tracked=true&eng=hotukdeals&campaign=hotukdeals&channeltype=Deal-
#27
this seems quite good,has anyone ordered?
how do u claim cashback
#28
striker33
i kan play crysis on dis yes?

Yes but it's likely to be so quick you may not be able to spot it on the screen!
#29
anyone can you answer my question on how to claim cashback
#30
do you have to register the product online and can you get extra warranty? rep added mumbo
#31
has anyone bought from this company before? cant find many reviews
#32
ive heard of them seem legit.has anyone ordered
#33
risheet;7827593
has anyone bought from this company before? cant find many reviews


roadie;7827611
ive heard of them seem legit.has anyone ordered


[FONT=Verdana]I've not personally dealt with them but several previous deal threads have been listed for them on HUKD.

Cheers, Scotty Boy! :thumbsup:[/FONT]
#34
what do u think of this netbook scotty boy?
1 Like #35
roadie;7827731
what do u think of this netbook scotty boy?


[FONT=Verdana]Mmm...to be honest it's pretty much the same hardware architecture in place within this netbook and the bulk of the existing Intel Atom N270/280 based netbooks out there to be honest.

What makes it attractive is the following points but you do have to bear in mind that (1) it comes with Windows XP Home Edition, which is marked as a end-of-life cycle OS (saying that though it's less restrictive than Windows 7 Starter Edition) and (2) the fact that the hard disk size is pretty much entry level (memory is set as 1GB due to the licensing model with Microsoft/Intel).

(1) [COLOR=Navy]Cashback[/COLOR] - If the money comes through you would be getting quite a deal in my book but as has been highlighted on this deal thread and others you really need to chase up Toshiba to ensure the money comes through.
(2) [COLOR=Navy]Battery[/COLOR] - It's a six cell battery (5800 mAh, according to IT247's spec page) so you should get a decent enough runtime off of the battery to keep you going as long as you take care of the power saving configuration i.e. turning down screen brightness, etc.

Other than that it's pretty much the same netbook solution out there...:)...it still comes down to what the individual needs but also whether there budget can realistically afford, especially if there is a significant delay in getting the cashback through from Toshiba.

Cheers, Scotty Boy! :thumbsup:[/FONT]
#36
rep added,personally i like the samsung n220 but thats around 320.this seems good if you get the cashback i think
#37
does anyone know if you can extend warranty on this|?i think il ring em tomorrow
#38
risheet
has anyone bought from this company before? cant find many reviews


I would never buy from this comany again. Bought a compaq from them few weeks ago. It never worked and I had murder getting it taken back. Thye were then out of stock and the only offer made was a refund..............this after weeks of messing. I'm still waiting for the money to go back in the bank. They are useless...........................don't risk your money!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
#39
cRuNcHiE
This looks pretty sweet!
Apparently its hackintoshable? http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=190020

Super long battery life of upto 9 hours
:o


No webcam, no Wifi, no sound. No point?
#40
it has a webcam,wireless internet and a sound card

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