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Dell INSPIRON Mini 12 notebook. 1.6Ghz Z530, 1gig, 80GB, Bluetooth, Wifi, 3cell, XP Home. £349 delivered
Dell INSPIRON Mini 12 notebook. 1.6Ghz Z530, 1gig, 80GB, Bluetooth, Wifi, 3cell, XP Home. £349 delivered

Dell INSPIRON Mini 12 notebook. 1.6Ghz Z530, 1gig, 80GB, Bluetooth, Wifi, 3cell, XP Home. £349 delivered

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INSPIRON Mini 12 (N03M1202)

Intel ® Atom(TM) Processor Z530 (1.60GHz, 533MHz, 512K cache)
Genuine Windows® XP Home Edition - English
1024MB 533MHz Dual Channel DDR2 SDRAM
80GB (4.200rpm) IDE Hard Drive
Integrated Intel® Graphic Media Accelerator 500
Norton Internet Security 2009 30 Day Trial Version
UK/Ireland 30W AC Adapter
Microsoft® Works 9.0 / English - (Does not include Microsoft® Word)
Inspiron 1210 Diagnostics and Drivers (WXP Home)
Dell Wireless Bluetooth Card
3-cell Lithium-Ion Battery (24 WHr)
Dell 802.11b/g Wireless LAN Mini-Card
12.1" WXGA Truelife Display
1Yr Limited Warranty - Collect & Return

6 Comments

nice but its limited to max 1Gb ram as its soldered to the system board
would be ok for light users who want a bigger netbook screen

The 80Gb IDE interface notebook drive makes for some limited HDD upgrade choices.

Cuddy;4681178

The 80Gb IDE interface notebook drive makes for some limited HDD upgrade … The 80Gb IDE interface notebook drive makes for some limited HDD upgrade choices.



would this not be ok???
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deepmenace;4681871

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That would be ok. I guess I should have been a bit clearer when I mentioned "limited HDD upgrade choices". What I meant to say is that notebook IDE drives have not increased in capacity much anymore, just like desktop IDE drives. SATA notebook drives have just reached 500Gb whereas the IDE one you linked to is probably the largest one available.

Then there is the cost issue. £50 easily gets you a 320Gb SATA notebook drive whereas it will only get you half the capacity if you needed it in IDE (at least going with EBuyer prices ebuyer.com/sea…=19 )

deepmenace;4681871

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No.

The Mini 12 takes a 1.8" drive and there isn't enough room for a 2.5". This info is very well hidden in the docs!

£349 is still too much considering the NC20 and other smaller/bigger models for similar money or less. It does look nice though.

Kuma;4684374

The Mini 12 takes a 1.8" drive and there isn't enough room for a 2.5". … The Mini 12 takes a 1.8" drive and there isn't enough room for a 2.5". This info is very well hidden in the docs!



Holy cow, that just makes the HDD upgrade even more expensive then, on £/gigabyte ratio :w00t:
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