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ADVENT Roma 1001 Refurbished Laptop @ Currys £189.99
ADVENT Roma 1001 Refurbished Laptop @ Currys £189.99

ADVENT Roma 1001 Refurbished Laptop @ Currys £189.99

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Basic laptop from currys clearance,possible quidco 3%

there's also a code for 5% off refurb laptops but unsure if this can be used with this offer

Pre-installed with Microsoft's Genuine Windows® 7 Home Premium operating system and driven by the Intel® Celeron® Processor 900, the Advent Roma 1001 Refurbished Laptop emanates premium computing. Clad with a sizeable 320GB Hard Drive and 2GB of Memory, this laptop won't disappoint.

This refurbished laptop has been professionally checked, tested and repackaged. It comes with a reassuring 12-month warranty and offers fantastic savings over its pristine equivalent.

Utilising the Advent Roma 1001 Refurbished Laptop's integrated DVD Rewriter, your movies will burn with realism on its High Definition 15.6" LCD screen with a widescreen aspect ratio. What's more, you can use the DVD rewriter to burn your own discs and back up data.

You have a myriad of connectivity options, allowing you to rig up a range of peripherals and devices. Choose from its 5-in-1 media card reader, three USB 2.0 ports, HDMI and VGA ports for connecting to monitors and HDTVs, and an RJ-45 Ethernet port.

You've got ultra portable internet and networking at a click of a thumb because this laptop incorporates built-in Wireless-G WiFi technology, and using its webcam, you'll spend endless hours gabbling away to your family and friends across the globe.

The chic Advent Roma 1001 Refurbished Laptop is built to meet your everyday computing tasks with seamless prestige.

Processor Intel® Celeron® Processor 900
- 2.2 GHz
- 800 MHz FSB
- 1MB L2 Cache
Operating System Genuine Windows® 7 Home Premium
RAM 2GB
Graphics card Integrated
Screen type Widescreen LCD
Screen resolution 1366 x 768 pixels
Screen size 15.6"
Hard drive 320GB SATA
Optical disk drive DVD Rewriter
Memory card reader 5-in-1 card reader
USB 3 x USB 2.0 ports
FireWire No
Modem/Ethernet RJ-45 Ethernet port
WiFi 802.11 b/g WLAN
Bluetooth No
Video interface HDMI, VGA
TV output HDMI, VGA
Webcam Yes
Battery Lithium-ion battery
Accessories included Power cable, AC adapter, battery, documentation
Size 369 x 260 x 35.61-43.27 mm (W x D x H)
Weight 2.9 Kg

12 Comments

2.9kg

2900grams

way too heavy!

A CELERY and not even dual core.

Better than cheap netbook performance for cheap netbook money.

Original Poster

Not sure what you could expect for this price,it's a good basic laptop.does it matter that much the weight of it?

steveex

Better than cheap netbook performance for cheap netbook money.



Spot on, people are concentrating too much on the spec and not enough on the price. For the money here, that's a very good unit. And you say it's too heavy, how many people do you know actually use a laptop on their lap.

steveex

Better than cheap netbook performance for cheap netbook money.


People don't buy netbooks for their performance, they buy them for their portability...

Anyway, buying a new Advent is bad enough, buying a refurb doesn't bear thinking about.

Original Poster

jukkie

People don't buy netbooks for their performance, they buy them for their … People don't buy netbooks for their performance, they buy them for their portability...Anyway, buying a new Advent is bad enough, buying a refurb doesn't bear thinking about.


Have you ever bought a refurb?

grabbit

Have you ever bought a refurb?


Actually, yes.

What I wouldn't buy is an already poor quality product that has a large amount of refurb units available (like this deal), it's a sign of underlying problems.

And I was obviously referring to buying a refurb'ed Advent, not buying refurbs in general. Anyone with a little common sense would have realised that.


Edited by: "jukkie" 9th Jun 2011

Original Poster

Actually, yes.

What I wouldn't buy is an already poor quality product that has a large amount of refurb units available (like this deal), it's a sign of underlying problems.

And I was obviously referring to buying a refurb'ed Advent, not buying refurbs in general. Anyone with a little common sense would have realised that.




Ouch

How many units do they have available?
Edited by: "grabbit" 9th Jun 2011

I had one of these once, but took it straight back as the keys missed out characters when typing. No doubt that was sold on as a refurb. Poor quality and low spec. Spend a few quid more and get a better one I say.

What do you people want? Yes sure, we all would like a MacBook Air for 25p......... But get real.

Is a 15.6" screen, full working version of W7, DVD rewrites, HDMI, full sized keyboard worth £190? Of course it is dummy's!
There can only be one reason you would buy a netbook over this and that would be size/battery life.
I personally would always choose function over form.
See how much performance £190 buys you in netbook land?

I don't see the point in discussing an item that isn't even in stock.
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