Elonex ONEt Notebook Bundle - Black £89.99 @ Bargain Crazy
Elonex ONEt Notebook Bundle - Black £89.99 @ Bargain Crazy

Elonex ONEt Notebook Bundle - Black £89.99 @ Bargain Crazy

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Elonex ONEt Notebook Bundle - Black
Ultra compact and weighs just 650g! It's an excellent travel companion, the ideal first PC and also great for carrying around the house.

The keyboard is tactile, the mouse features a retractable wire and the 7" screen provides a perfectly clear image. Able to connect to the internet wirelessly.

400MHz Processor
1GB Internal Storage plus a 4GB SD card supplied
128MB Ram
Full QWERTY keyboard, mousepad and mouse
7" Widescreen LCD Display
3x USB 2.0 Ports
1x SD Card Slot
1x RJ45 Network Port
Software: The ONEt has a whole software suite preinstalled including, Linux, a word processor, spreadsheet software, internet browser. This enables you to surf the web wirelessly, check emails, play mp3's and more. (Please Note that the ONEt does not support flash. Flash is used to stream animation and some video's on websites. This will result in certain websites that use flash not displaying correctly e.g YouTube.)

In the box you'll find:
Elonex ONEt
User Manual
Retractable USB Mouse
4GB SD Card
1GB USB Wrist Vault
Earphones / Mic
Neoprene Slip Case
USB Multi-Memory Card Reader


£84.94 Delivered using the code WTENW4

Whilst I agree it's a good price if you want one, I'm just left wondering why you'd ever want one. With cheap netbooks (from only £150 upwards) packing way more power, battery life, storage etc.. and with this unit having less power/storage than many mobile phones I just don't see the market. I had a sub book with a similar sort of spec years ago and found it painful to use the internet with and lets be honest that is about the only thing people will buy it for.

So HOT if you want it, but COLD as a product.

I bought a Dell Mini 9 for £85 the other day from Dell Outlet. That's pretty slow, so this one must be really painful.

I got one of these at the last posting. Utterly dreadful. Won't remember which WLAN to connect to by default; reading emails is a pain as the touchpad is so insensitive (and Elonex say there are no upgrades for it). Very slow booting considering it's loading from flash memory.

The mouse is nice though, with its purple'y colours...
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