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Compaq Mini 702EA netbook £160.00 instore @ Morrisons
Compaq Mini 702EA netbook £160.00 instore @ Morrisons

Compaq Mini 702EA netbook £160.00 instore @ Morrisons

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Processor: Intel Atom N270 1.60 GHz
Memory: 1GB
HD Capacity: 60GB
Display: 10.2"
Graphics Card: Intel GMA950
Optical Drive: None
Operating System: Windows XP Home Edition SP3
Main Specification:
Processor: Intel Atom processor N270 1.60 GHz, Level 2 cache 512 KB
Display 10.2" 1024 x 600 WXGA High Definition HP BrightView Widescreen display
Memory: 1024 MB (1 x 1024 MB). Supports up to 1 GB DDR2 memory
Hard Drive: 60 GB SATA 5400 rpm
Card Reader: 2-in-1 card reader for SD/MMC support
Ethernet 10/100BT integrated network interface
802.11b/g WLAN
Bluetooth 2.0 wireless networking
Webcam with integrated microphone
Video: Intel GMA950
Sound: 3D Sound Blaster Pro compatible sound 16 bit integrated
Ports: 2 USB 2.0, 1 eSata connector, 1 RJ45 ethernet connector, 2 headphones-out + mic-in combo jack, expansion port
Operating system: Windows XP Home Service Pack 3 (32-bit)
Weight: 1.02 kg
Dimensions: 16.67 cm (L) x 26.17 cm (W) x 2.52 cm (H)
Warranty: 1 year

24 Comments

worth purchasing additional memory for this laptop. Good find if this is nationwide.

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I bought one of these last year good laptop although the HDD died a week before the year phewwww just in warranty

Saw this yesterday in the Stirling branch.

Nice laptop, but not a brilliant price for the spec (small HDD), plus it's Windows XP

dilse

Nice laptop, but not a brilliant price for the spec (small HDD), plus … Nice laptop, but not a brilliant price for the spec (small HDD), plus it's Windows XP


Most would much rather have XP than Windows 7 as it runs better and faster

Also doesn't have a VGA connector (if that's something you might want).
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davilown

Most would much rather have XP than Windows 7 as it runs better and faster



Not so sure about that, I have both...its a tough call.

Saw this in Morrisons, Pinchbeck yesterday in the display cabinet. Definitely £160.

I had this, it runs Windows 7 very well. Infact I'd say its better running Win 7 than the ageing XP.

It does have a DVI/D-SUB out port but you need an adapter cable that costs about £15-20.

The keyboard is excellent but the trackpad like all other netbooks is awful (the reason why I got rid of mine and got an iPad).

xp for ease of use and simple to setup, win7 for security and stability.

DannyOff

Not so sure about that, I have both...its a tough call.



True, XP is faster, but older, i'd rather go with the flow, and think Windows 7 Starter is perfect for a Netbook, with at least 1GB RAM... Am using it on a Dell Mini 10, and its brilliant. btw I picked up up the Mini for £165 inc delivery, with a 160GB drive

DannyOff

Not so sure about that, I have both...its a tough call.



True, XP is faster, but older, i'd rather go with the flow, and think Windows 7 Starter is perfect for a Netbook, with at least 1GB RAM... Am using it on a Dell Mini 10, and its brilliant. btw I picked up up the Mini for £165 inc delivery, with a 160GB drive
weiran

I had this, it runs Windows 7 very well. Infact I'd say its better … I had this, it runs Windows 7 very well. Infact I'd say its better running Win 7 than the ageing XP. It does have a DVI/D-SUB out port but you need an adapter cable that costs about £15-20.The keyboard is excellent but the trackpad like all other netbooks is awful (the reason why I got rid of mine and got an iPad).



7 and xp prob runs about same i reckon...have an xp based dell mini but used a win7 starter version and runs about same speed....but both are much better than Vista...even though ill bet 7 uses alot of code from vista

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Good price but the Acer on ebay is a better price @ £180

sold by ebuyer

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be quick as it seems to be popular...hmmm are ebuyer staff buying them!!!

260 sold in 4 hours!

wewontgetfooleda

xp for ease of use and simple to setup, win7 for security and stability.



Can you explain how Windows 7 is harder to setup and harder to use than XP? For example XP installation requires 'F6' floppy for sata/raid drivers, or slipstreamed drivers, Windows 7 doesn't and also allows driver installation from CD in the setup. The XP installation doesn't ask for user input (serial, region etc) until well in to the install. Windows 7 asks close to the start of the install. Document organisation is much better on Windows 7. Windows 7 built in search is better than XP. Better fault resolution and fixes via the action center in Windows 7. Media center is integrated. Backup center is better in Windows 7. Libraries are a better way of managing files in Windows 7. Windows 7 recovery disk / setup disk is able to access system restore and has other utilities for recovering your system. There is a built in memory diagnostic. All in all Windows 7 has more technologies and design to make things easier than XP.

Forget XP or Windows 7.

Choose Ubuntu Netbook remix. Ideal for this type of product.

I'm considering ditching Windows 7 on my main PC too.

weiran

I had this, it runs Windows 7 very well. Infact I'd say its better … I had this, it runs Windows 7 very well. Infact I'd say its better running Win 7 than the ageing XP.



Stick a fast (at least Class 4) SD memory card and you have something quite usable with ReadyBoost.

fair dues, but in all honesty, Mac OS X is better than all ;0)

Some in Peterborough yesterday

z909

Forget XP or Windows 7.Choose Ubuntu Netbook remix. Ideal for this type … Forget XP or Windows 7.Choose Ubuntu Netbook remix. Ideal for this type of product.I'm considering ditching Windows 7 on my main PC too.



will run alot quicker but prob no good for those who are not technical...limited support, not particulary intuitive OS either

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Is this still on?!

mb1

Stick a fast (at least Class 4) SD memory card and you have something … Stick a fast (at least Class 4) SD memory card and you have something quite usable with ReadyBoost.



Great suggestion, might give that a go on my Dell..

For memory configurations 1GB or higher, ReadyBoost does not improve system performance, at least not enough for you to notice it.
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