WINDOWS 7 ZOOSTORM 250GB 10.2IN NETBOOK/Argos Ebay/£123.98 - HotUKDeals
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The price of these have been up and down for ages, But I think this is the lowest it has been.

Refurbished
- mrtea
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#1
Great price with a 12 months warranty too. Have some heat!
#2
like the price may be worth me finally getting one for the daughter, she is constantly after my N150. Noticed that there has been a sudden big price drop today on these. Would this be down to different stocks ie new against refurb or just a price change. If the latter I'd be peeved if I was the buyer who bought 10 at 149.99
#3
I got one of these recently for a slightly higher price. I use it mainly from web browsing and I also use it for watching dvd's ( i own) which i have shunk using DVD shrink and it performs perfectly. The only issue is the battery is not a long one 2-3 hour max.
Wireless and webcam built in.
As I have a NAS drive then I can stream video & music to this around the house and even plug into my TV to watch movies / iplayer etc.

I even bought a DVB-T USB dongle (£6 ebay) and can use it as a TV.
#4
certainly the lowest ive seen it be have some heat
#5
feel sorry for those people who bought it this morning for £153 or so
#6
mumbojumbo
Why is this listed under "Ebay test auctions - do not bid"? X)


lol

Seems odd as they have been selling these for a while and changed the category 22-Sep-10 12:13:02 BST

Edited By: simplyjimbo on Oct 07, 2010 15:42: .
#7
Can you get a 6 cell battery for these?
#8
Not much more than the cost of windows 7 great price
#9
The white Samsung N130 has also come down in price today (£159.99) from the same seller. I think these have a 6-cell as standard.


Edited By: Fatal Swan on Oct 07, 2010 15:49: bad link
banned#10
ordered one thank you...
#11
One has to wonder why so many of these are available.(Argos store customer returns)
#12
Am thinking of getting one of these as a Christmas present for my son. Does anyone know if they look brand new when you receive them? Thanks.
#13
Listed in category: Bread Crumb LinkEverything Else > Test Auctions > eBay UK Tests - DO NOT BID

and i heated you aswell :D
banned#14
what is this do not bid thing they accepted my payment... whats wrong?
#15
prices change all the time with this seller,i got a Samsung R519 3 months ago for £289 a few days later it went upto £320 then £354.99!

anyway looks a good price so hot from me.
#16
none left

Edited By: simplyjimbo on Oct 07, 2010 16:13: .
#17
Ordered thank you
#18
Too late! Should not have dithered :(
banned#19
what is the actual screen size?
#20
essexrudeboy
what is the actual screen size?


10.1" 1024 x 600 TFT Screen
#21
buyitall
Too late! Should not have dithered :(


snap, I was waiting on the wife to appear to confirm whether we should buy it

Edited By: simplyjimbo on Oct 07, 2010 16:26: .
banned#22
thanks buyitall
here is nice review of the notebook looks nice and sold..

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OzaO6h73-Mw
#23
have got one,but not at this price,paid £130 for mine!
good little netbook,win 7 starter is a bit of a pain,so looking to upgrade to home premium!
get an external dvd burner and its great,(also upgraded to 2gb ram which is the max it can take)
well worth £124!
banned#24
kimbles
Not much more than the cost of windows 7 great price

this will only be W7 starter edition
#25
I thought the point of netbooks was to provide cheap and simple e-resources to the 3rd world and hardcore linux nuts.

Seems funny that we now have 'netbooks' sporting the latest Windows OS out of the box and a fixed storage capacity larger than some modern notebook machines.
1 Like #26
And from the looks of it, they have sold about 30 or more of these things in the last hour and a half.

Economic slowdown my ass.
#27
Spark
I thought the point of netbooks was to provide cheap and simple e-resources to the 3rd world and hardcore linux nuts.

Seems funny that we now have 'netbooks' sporting the latest Windows OS out of the box and a fixed storage capacity larger than some modern notebook machines.


Not funny at all, Windows 7 was released after netbooks started to hit the market and was optimised for lower powered computers such as netbooks.

I ditched Windows XP in favour of Windows 7 on my Aspire One Netbook.
#28
Ahh, I didn't know that, it makes sense that Microsoft would attempt to cash-in on a growing market though.

Personally, I don't own a netbook and I have no interest at all in owning one but we have a few floating around the office and a few of my mates have them and they all love them, barring one but she probably shouldn't have bought one in the first place.
#29
Spark
Ahh, I didn't know that, it makes sense that Microsoft would attempt to cash-in on a growing market though.

Personally, I don't own a netbook and I have no interest at all in owning one but we have a few floating around the office and a few of my mates have them and they all love them, barring one but she probably shouldn't have bought one in the first place.


Considering I build and repair PCs/Laptops...to be honest my netbook gets far more use than my desktop PC powerhorse, just for using as a generalised browser, great for lounging around with for playing DivX...great for flights or travel with a long life battery..in fact going to use it soon for a 12 hour flight with a 9 cell battery which will provide about 8 hours of batter life, and will be using it for movies, and retro games as well, just plug in a USB joypad and SNES and N64 classics will pass the time wonderfully.
#30
Bought one of these when they were £134.Loads of probs i'm afraid.I can see why they didnt go down well at Argos.Had to return it twice .dodgy keyboard first time,second time dodgy screen.third time lucky but gad to rei-nstall wifi and webcam drivers as they didnt work first time round!!.Good luck everyone.Once you've ironed all all the probs not a bad little unit
#31
I suppose I didn't look at it from that perspective, although admittedly I almost never use my laptop on a train/flight unless it's for work.

The battery life is a big seller on those things as well for most people I think since the average for a notebook these days seems to be around the 2-3 hour mark.
#32
Great little netbook but next to impossible to get a spare battery, let alone a 6 cell one.

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