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£199 Packard Bell Dot S/P-015 10.1 inch Netbook normally £249 @ Amazon
£199 Packard Bell Dot S/P-015 10.1 inch Netbook normally £249 @ Amazon

£199 Packard Bell Dot S/P-015 10.1 inch Netbook normally £249 @ Amazon

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Saw this and looked a good offer. Bought this for my wife at £239 and wish I had waited.

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thanks for posting

Original Poster

No problem.

Nice find.
The emachines looks value but doesnt have windows7
amazon.co.uk/eMa…s_1

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Product Features and Technical Details
Product Features
Slim and compact Netbook with 360 degree patterned design
10.1 inch screen with built in webcam
Full version Adobe Photoshop Elements Software
Winows 7 starter edition
Technical Details

Screen Size : 10.1"
Screen Resolution : 1024x600
Colour : Black with 360 degree pattern
Screen Type : LED WXGA
Processor Brand : Intel®
Processor Model : Atom N450
Hard Disc Drive : 160 GB
Memory : 1024MB
Operating System : Windows® 7 Starter
Audio Connectivity : Headphone Out, Microphone In
Wireless Lan : Type b/g/n
LAN : 10/100 Fast Ethernet
Video Out : VGA D-SUB
USB ports : 3 USB 2.0
Card Reader : 3 in 1 (SD/MMC/MS/MS-Pro/xD)
Webcam : VGA Webcam
Battery : 3 cells 2200 mAh
Touchpad : Multi Gesture
Dimensions : 258mm x 184mm x 24mm
Weight : 1.25 Kg
Extras : Social networking software and protection pouch

anybody know what is the battery life? ?Its only 3 cell.

Original Poster

About three to four hours

Id be suprised if you get 3 to 4 hours. I get about 2 Max on my 3Cell MSI. Dont think there is much difference under the hood between my MSI and these if anything.

Original Poster

I'm just going by my wifes one. Seems to last an evening

Nice one, one on order for me.

Thanks for the hint, I have just ordered one!

Netbooks generally don't deserve a big up. And £150 should be your top price - unless its ION or has real additional features. Netbooks have changed very little in the past 3 years, with only very moderate changes. The real changes are if you bump to an ION model, but the rest generally are very little change over 3 years (barring chanrging you a wedge for a bigger battery/longer life)

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Netbooks generally don't deserve a big up. And £150 should be your top … Netbooks generally don't deserve a big up. And £150 should be your top price - unless its ION or has real additional features. Netbooks have changed very little in the past 3 years, with only very moderate changes. The real changes are if you bump to an ION model, but the rest generally are very little change over 3 years (barring chanrging you a wedge for a bigger battery/longer life)



Your point is...

I will share what I did; It was between this offer and the 250GB/7.5hour battery red/black version on dixons.co.uk for me.


That version is £239 so I went with this one, then after they took too long I reconsidered and it turns out dixons take off around £11 pounds at the checkout

so for an extra £28 I got an extra 100gigs memory, doubled the battery life and got a nicer colour which I think is very good value
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