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DISGO Net Browser 3000 only £89.99 at Dixons
DISGO Net Browser 3000 only £89.99 at Dixons

DISGO Net Browser 3000 only £89.99 at Dixons

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The incredibly small, incredibly affordable Disgo Net Browser 3000 makes truly mobile web surfing a reality.

With a footprint approximately the size of an A5 sheet of paper, the Disgo Net Browser 3000 sports a 7-inch screen - plenty for comfortable web-surfing. The Disgo Net Browser 3000 will follow you around discreetly, and enable you to browse the internet wherever a wired or wireless connection is available.

This tiny web browser is also delivered with a whole bunch of useful applications that allow you to read a wide variety of file types, including PDF files, Word documents, spreadsheets, JPEG photos, MP3 music files, and even videos! And with 2GB of built-in flash memory storage - plus additional storage options of your choice via the USB 2.0 port - you'll find the Disgo Net Browser 3000 has more than enough room to keep you entertained for its full 4-hour battery life.

Discover a new world of ultra-low-cost computing with the Disgo Net Browser 3000!

General Information Processor ARM AK7802Q216 processor
- 248 MHz
Operating System Windows CE 5.0
RAM 64MB
Screen type TFT wide screen
Screen resolution 800 x 480 pixels
Screen size 7"
Hard drive 2GB flash memory
Optical disk drive No
Memory card reader SD/MMC card slot, up to 8GB
USB 1 USB 2.0 port
FireWire No
Modem/Ethernet 1 x RJ-45
Wi-Fi WiFi 802.11b/g
Bluetooth No
Video interface No
Audio interface Microphone jack, earphone jack
TV output No
Extension card slot No
Sound 2 x 0.5 watts built in speakers
Webcam No
Keyboard & Mouse QWERTY 86 keys
Battery - Lithium-ion battery
- up to 4 hours battery life
Accessories included Power adapter, documentation
Software included Word Viewer, Excel Viewer, Inbox, PowerPoint viewer, PDFviewer, Imager Viewer, Microsoft WordPad, Microsoft SpreadExcel, MSN, Internet Explorer, Windows Media Player, CorePlayer
Size 213.5 x 141.8 x 30.5 mm

12 Comments

This is the sort of thing I have been waiting for in a netbook in terms of price - will it deliver me decent surfing and kids flash games with no hassles?

Johnboy_1975;8432912

This is the sort of thing I have been waiting for in a netbook in terms … This is the sort of thing I have been waiting for in a netbook in terms of price - will it deliver me decent surfing and kids flash games with no hassles?



Seriously mate, either wait a while for prices of actual netbooks to drop or go buy a phone. This thing is useless.

Johnboy_1975;8432912

This is the sort of thing I have been waiting for in a netbook in terms … This is the sort of thing I have been waiting for in a netbook in terms of price - will it deliver me decent surfing and kids flash games with no hassles?


No.

fmushtaq;8432920

Seriously mate, either wait a while for prices of actual netbooks to drop … Seriously mate, either wait a while for prices of actual netbooks to drop or go buy a phone. This thing is useless.



Agharta;8432936

No.



Cheers - the processor and ram do seem a little on the "lite" side. What will this thing do then? And whats the point of dropping nearly a tonne on it? ("none whatsoever" would be your obvious reply - but does anyone use similar specced netbooks?

"....sports a 7-inch screen - plenty for comfortable web-surfing"

7" screens are useable enough, comfortable isn't a word I would use to describe the experience. Not a bad price though for what it is, so heat from me

Johnboy_1975;8432912

This is the sort of thing I have been waiting for in a netbook in terms … This is the sort of thing I have been waiting for in a netbook in terms of price - will it deliver me decent surfing and kids flash games with no hassles?


Doesn't have flash... So that sorts of shoots it.

I tried one of these recently - they are fine for typing up simple documents on the go, a bit of very simple image viewing & other very low tech uses.
The browser is pretty apalling though - think mid 90's Netscape Navigator Internet - it's like going back in time to the birth of the internet...

I think £89.99 is too much really for such low tech. Sainsbury's are doing these for £79.99 now & I saw something very similar at the gadget show for £60.
If they were £50 I might go for one as a bit of fun & actually might be useful writing up notes on a train etc....

Agharta;8432936

No.


+1......Mate bought one for his 10yo utter rubbish save up and spend more on a decent spec netbook or laptop because these things are seriously underpowered for even the most basic tasks.

Johnboy_1975;8433030

Cheers - the processor and ram do seem a little on the "lite" side. What … Cheers - the processor and ram do seem a little on the "lite" side. What will this thing do then? And whats the point of dropping nearly a tonne on it? ("none whatsoever" would be your obvious reply - but does anyone use similar specced netbooks?



I have no experience of using this, but have read lots of bad review. Plus my phone has better specs than this (apart from screen obviously) and no flash makes this thing pretty useless for letting kids use it for games etc. Just steer away from this and get a second hand netbook.

I laughed when I saw this!

HMV sold this before the new year - it was discontinued due to all the problems that these devices had. Both of my brothers had one, and one just stopped working one day - and the other loads of components were falling out of the power socket.

DSGi must have got these peices of crap really cheap - yet still, I'd thought they'd do their reasearch. Maplin used to sell a similar product with twice the RAM and HDD for under £70.

Have a look on eBay, where you'll find the same product (probably from china or hong kong) for £50! But, don't get one - please.

avoid like the plague i bought 1 from someone on here they are terrible very slow takes for ever for internet pages to load

i had scientific calculators more powerful than this
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