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ASUS Eee PC 1000H-WHI066X Netbook, 10", XP Home, 1GB RAM, 160GB HDD, Bluetooth, Cam, Prem. Wifi (White) New NOW REDUCED £310.00

darz1984 Avatar
7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months agoFeedback:0 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
Hi Guys,

Been using this site for a while, 1st post now! hi to you all!

Anyway, i ordered this netbook a few months back for work and finally the store got it in today, but unfortunately i have already purchased another! Thinks its quite a rare netbook, i certainly struggled to get one!! Here's the spec:

Colour
-White

Battery
-Up to 7 hours of battery life

Processor
-Intel Mobile (Atom) 1.6GHz

Memory
-1024MB

Hard Drive/Storage
-160GB HD

Software
-Operating System: Microsoft Windows XP Pre-installed

Display
-10" TFT
-1024 x 600 resolution

Audio/Video
-1.3MP Camera
-Dolby Sound Room
-Stereo Microphone

Networking
-Network adapter
-Wireless LAN Supported
-Ethernet, Fast Ethernet, Bluetooth, IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11a, IEEE 802.11g, IEEE 802.11n (draft)
EEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11a, IEEE 802.11g, IEEE 802.11n (draft)

Dimensions
-Weight 1.45kg


Input Devices
-Keyboard and Touchpad
-Power Supply


Interfaces
- 3 x Hi-Speed USB - 4 PIN USB Type A
- 1 x display / video - VGA - 15 pin HD D-Sub (HD-15)
- 1 x headphones - output - mini-phone stereo 3.5 mm
- 1 x microphone - input - mini-phone 3.5mm
- 1 x network - Ethernet 10Base-T/100Base-TX - RJ-45

Warranty
- 2 Year Manufacturer Warranty


It seems like a great little netbook and certainly has a better spec than what i purchased!
Bought for £350.00 but will sell for £330 and chuck in free P+P. Will accept most forms of payment.

You can see more information here http://www.amazon.co.uk/1000H-WHI066X-Netbook-Windows-Preloaded-160GB/dp/B001J2YYZU

If you have any questions you can contact me on 01224 641071 (my work number) or 07702 483403.
Shipping/Payment:
Shipping: Free NEXT DAY delivery
Cash
Paypal
Credit Card (i can use my works terminal as i purchased it through my work, receipt etc provided, call me at my work for more info. Details of workplace can be supplied, reputable business in Aberdeen, which can be googled, no internet scammer!)
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7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months agoFeedback:0 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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#2

Cheaper Linux model:whistling:
#3
£277.53 inc VAT and thats Linux Version!

I was almost crying there... :p
banned#4
Xp can be installed on all the models, regardless of what comes preloaded.
#5
Unfortunately i wouldn't have known how to do this so i took the easy route and bought it with windows out of the box
banned#6
No probs. But good luck on selling it! :thumbsup:
#7
thanks very much
#8
Russ66
Cheaper Linux model:whistling:


Comes in @ £306 Del'd:shock:
#9
Russ66
Comes in @ £306 Del'd:shock:


for the Linux version? It also looks different, with the speakers on the side of the monitor? Maybe just a mistake in the picture attachment
banned#10
I think its just a stock picture used. Its definitely the exact same model.
banned#11
The thing is darz, before yours was shipped by the amazon trader, the likelihood is that it was running linux too.
#12
i never got it from Amazon, just put that there for reference. Got it from a local store we use for work computers.
#13
how much is a legit copy of XP these days? Assuming the OP's comes with a CD and genuine serial number, I'd say an extra £25 over the Linux one is pretty good value.
banned#14
chrishill
how much is a legit copy of XP these days? Assuming the OP's comes with a CD and genuine serial number, I'd say an extra £25 over the Linux one is pretty good value.


Fair point, but these things don't come with an internal optical drive:?
banned#15
i think you might struggle here... I'm not sure what the 1000H fits into really... its not that small, and its not a proper laptop.

The smaller 701/901 make more sense in my opinon.

But good luck with the sale, you might be slightly expensive, but not too bad.
#16
vibeone
But good luck with the sale, you might be slightly expensive, but not too bad.


What would you say is a more reasonable price?
#17
wanny1;3784333
Fair point, but these things don't come with an internal optical drive:?


:-D 'CD' was a figure of speech, surely you get a original copy of XP in some form or other. Also if theres no optical drive I wouldn't imagine its too easy for the average punter to install XP on the Linux version.

Personally its more than I'd pay for a netbook, but I don't think its badly priced for what it is
banned#18
darz1984
What would you say is a more reasonable price?


I don't have the knowledge of the product to know the second hand value. My first thought was that maybe you are not offering enough discount off the new price, where you'd get a guarantee etc.
banned#19
chrishill
:-D 'CD' was a figure of speech, surely you get a original copy of XP in some form or other. Also if theres no optical drive I wouldn't imagine its too easy for the average punter to install XP on the Linux version.

Personally its more than I'd pay for a netbook, but I don't think its badly priced for what it is


Its all done from a flash drive I believe. You can always use an external optical drive, but thats extra expense.
#20
wanny1
Its all done from a flash drive I believe. You can always use an external optical drive, but thats extra expense.


I had to buy and external optical drive for the wife's Eee, there is no "formal" way to install xp from a flash drive. I found it was far easier to buy an optical drive and use the included restore DVD that came with the Eee. Why do they put it on DVD? surely putting it on a SD card would make more sense...

EDIT: I know there are ways to do it from a Flash drive, however I found it required copying certain files and a degree of fiddling.
banned#21
you can also plug in a xbox HDDVD drive into the early eeepc (And I assume this one too).

Bios will detect it as a standard optical drive, just set it as the boot device.
#22
vibeone
I don't have the knowledge of the product to know the second hand value. My first thought was that maybe you are not offering enough discount off the new price, where you'd get a guarantee etc.


I've reduced it to £310, and it also comes with a 2yr warranty

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