Back In Stock!! Zoostorm Freedom Netbook 160GB XP Home - £124 @ Argos Clearance (ebay outlet) (refurb)
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Back In Stock!! Zoostorm Freedom Netbook 160GB XP Home - £124 @ Argos Clearance (ebay outlet) (refurb)

£123.98
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Found 4th May 2010
I missed out on one of these when it was posted a couple of weeks back, but there's more stock in - only about 15 though so be quick if you want one!

Comes with 12 month guarantee

Specs:
Intel Atom N270 processor.
1.6GHz processor speed.
512MB cache.
1GB DDR2 RAM.

160GB hard drive.

8.9in widescreen size.
Resolution 1024 x 600 pixels.

1 Ethernet port.
Wireless/Wi-Fi enabled - n.

2 USB ports.
Media card reader.

Integrated 0.3MP webcam.

Windows XP Home operating system installed.
3.5 hours battery life.

Size (H)3.0, (W)22.7, (D)17.1cm.
Weight 0.9kg.

9 Comments

Original Poster

Thanks to mikerr for finding it first time around.

Here's a link to the previous thread
hotukdeals.com/ite…p-h

screen's just a wee bit too little IMO...

Thanks OP - H&R given. Just bought one for the outlaws to chat to my GF via webcam whilst on travels - I reckon screen will be ok for that. This deal hit 475* last time round.
The above price includes delivery and don't forget quidco.

Subtotal: £119.99
Postage & packaging: £3.99
Total: £123.98

Excellent! Just ordered one.

Only 5 left now.....

Excellent - just ordered one each for the kids - only one left now.

redcup;8522580

Excellent - just ordered one each for the kids - only one left now.



All gone :-(

I wonder how a netbook like this would handle Visual Studio and Eclipse. Would very much like a super portable work station.

Don't particularly want to go up to a full laptop, even if it would deliver a better fps in the apps.

Valad;8523344

I wonder how a netbook like this would handle Visual Studio and Eclipse. … I wonder how a netbook like this would handle Visual Studio and Eclipse. Would very much like a super portable work station.Don't particularly want to go up to a full laptop, even if it would deliver a better fps in the apps.



It depends on what you mean by a full laptop, have you looked at the ASUS with the CULV processor from CPW for £350? I think that strikes a better balance as a sub-laptop machine as it's still light with very good batterylife but its processor has much better performance than the Atom processors in netbooks.

John

Johnmcl7;8528225

It depends on what you mean by a full laptop, have you looked at the ASUS … It depends on what you mean by a full laptop, have you looked at the ASUS with the CULV processor from CPW for £350? I think that strikes a better balance as a sub-laptop machine as it's still light with very good batterylife but its processor has much better performance than the Atom processors in netbooks.John



Thanks for that! Was a really good tip.
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