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ADVENT 4211-C REFURBISHED INTEL ATOM NETBOOK - 179.99 delivered DIXONS
ADVENT 4211-C REFURBISHED INTEL ATOM NETBOOK  - 179.99 delivered DIXONS

ADVENT 4211-C REFURBISHED INTEL ATOM NETBOOK - 179.99 delivered DIXONS

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The Advent 4211 Netbook is the perfect companion for people on the move. It allows you to stay online, browse files and stay in touch with family and friends.

This light weight netbook houses the easy to use Genuine Windows XP Home, which will allow you to access a wide range of applications, services and hardware in a familiar and easy way. It also comes with Intels newest and smallest ever processor, the Intel Atom. The Advent 4211 Windows XP Intel Atom Netbook delivers the performance you need to surf the net. On top of this, you have a built in webcam with microphone for face to face chatting with family and work colleagues. Bluetooth connectivity offers an easy way to share music, images and information with other bluetooth users.

* Intel Atom N270Processor - Energy efficient
* (1.6GHz, 533 MHz, 512k Cache)
* Genuine Windows(R) XP Home
* Memory & storage - 1GB Memory & 120GB HDD
* Portable - 10.2"Widescreen Display & 1.12KG

* Extras - Bluetooth connectivity & webcam
* Wireless Enabled
* Built in speakers
* (1.6GHz, 533MHz FSB, 512MB cache)
* 3 No of USB connections

18 Comments

Good deal paid £189 4 weeks ago cool netbook.

have some heat getting chilly dunno y its a good deal

got this from currys a couple o months ago for £140(ex-demo)
good little netbook with decent spec for the nipper

Can these be bought cheaper with Ubuntu instead of XP anywhere please?

I dunno how hot it is as a refurb.

the 12 month warranty is the saving grace for the refurb

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Can these be bought cheaper with Ubuntu instead of XP anywhere please?



Short answer, no. Advent only sells these with XP. They are rebadged MSI Wind U100 netbooks, which come in both Windows and Ubuntu flavours, but not at this price. The Linux versions also lack bluetooth for some reason.

The Windows licence is hard coded into the Advent's bios, so that if you use any OEM XP disk, it will install without asking for a key.

These come with a recovery partition and no installation disk. although there is a facility to create an installation usb pen drive. Good luck with trying to return the XP "disk" after refusing the licence without also being required to return the netbook for a full refund.

Very good netbooks - using one now - bought for 270 a year ago - have everything you need, webcam, bluetooth, memory card slot, built in. You can double the memory for about a tenner

the same in currys, if you got £10 gift voucher from currys, so 10 pounds off will be nice.
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Great little netbook.

I bought a refurb from PC World at the begining of the year and it was in tip top condition.

I've got one, bought it a year ago and very pleased. I think it looks a little fisher-price in its design compared to other netbooks but I've used it every day and it's been on several overseas trips with me as a portable media player. There's a thriving support forum at forums.msiwind.net and stuff like upgrading the hard disc, memory and putting OSX, Linux or any other OS on it is childsplay because so many people have this model and experiment feverishly with it!

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the same in currys, if you got £10 gift voucher from currys, so 10 pounds … the same in currys, if you got £10 gift voucher from currys, so 10 pounds off will be nice.http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/475054/brand-new-xbox-360-60gb-wireless-co



But the vouchers are instore only from what ive read? this is online only...
there doesn't seem to be any way to knock down the price.. no quidco or vouchers and it seems you cant even buy unwanted gift cards on ebay..
may have to pay full whack :shock:

Does anyone know any benefits of buying it from currys or dixons?? no differences in returns policy or anything?

OK 3% cashback on cashbackkings, persuaded me, ordered. thanks op

Received this today. Been sent the 4211 B with only an 80gb hard drive, also has a bit more wear than I was hoping for, rubbed off markings and a large scratch on the lid. I am not happy.
Anyone else ordered this? Should I try my luck with a replacement or just get a refund?

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Received this today. Been sent the 4211 B with only an 80gb hard drive, … Received this today. Been sent the 4211 B with only an 80gb hard drive, also has a bit more wear than I was hoping for, rubbed off markings and a large scratch on the lid. I am not happy. Anyone else ordered this? Should I try my luck with a replacement or just get a refund?



got one from pc world,(same deal), i got a 4211-b aswell but it has a 120gb H/D.
no damage to case, just the sticker on the front left (below the keypad) had the corner peeled but apart from that im well pleased with it.:thumbsup:

Hi, I just got back from ASDA Walmart in Manchester and there was an orange mobile broadband stand with 2 netbooks and a laptop on display. They had an EEE PC (not enitrely sure of spec but it was the 8gb SSD one) for just £4.89 a month. For that you only get 500mb limit but for browsing on the train like I would use it for it aint to bad is it? And for proper browsing/downloading I could use my home wifi and college etc.

And I think its an 18 month contract, =£88.02. That seems far to good to be true, what is the catch. I googled and you do have to be an existing orange customer, but simply slapping in a free orange sim card in your mobile as proof should be enough proof right?

Is this a good deal? Or is there some massive catch like if you go over the 500mb limit they fine you a load of money. Or do they take the WIFI capability out of the netbook so you cant use WIFI and are forced to use the dongle?

Anyway guys just though Id let you know, im gonna post this post on several netbook topics just to spread the word and open debate on whether its any good and should i do it.

EDIT:Actually I think it was probably just the dongle that was free, not sure though as they did write "FREE" on the paper card that list the features of the Eee PC underneath. Anyone clarify this?

Seems to be out of stock everywhere (PC World, Currys & Dixons) does anybody know if the stock is replenished on a regular basis or has this deal just expired?

I'm specifically after the 4211-c.

Thanks, Rik

ps. I know some of the sites say 'in stock', but they won't let you add to basket.

This is back in stock at Currys. Just got myself one. Was going to wait til Jan sales to get a netbook but found this deal too tempting lol.

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save3 code still working (2/10) for 3% off

By my calculations this brings the total price down to £167.61.
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