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Elonex ONEt+ Notebook Bundle - White £83.94 delivered @ Bargain Crazy!
Elonex ONEt+ Notebook Bundle - White £83.94 delivered @ Bargain Crazy!

Elonex ONEt+ Notebook Bundle - White £83.94 delivered @ Bargain Crazy!

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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.

Features:
400MHz Processor
2GB Storage
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
1GB USB Wrist Vault
Earphones / Mic
Neoprene Slip Case
USB Multi-Memory Card Reader

12 Comments

Is it possible to enable Flash on this at all?

Might be tempted for my Son at this price.

Last price I saw on this was about £149.99, so at this price, it's a great deal, as long as you have realistic expectations (Some people expect too much, for so little from technology!), and understand what it is.This isn't designed to be a mini laptop, it's basically a means of sending emails, and internet browsing, facebook, displaying photo's etc, that's easy to use, and small enough to take anywhere, especially if you have one of those mobile internet USB dongles, which would be a lot more practical than using a mobile phone broswer, and all at a price and size, which is not much more than a decent 7" photo frame.OK, so it can't play flash video, so no YouTube, but if you were using a mobile internet package, would you want to waste your download limit watching videos anyway? probably not.
Obviously if want to do much else, then yes, you'd look for a netbook with a bigger screen and spec, which would obviously be more expensive, but for what you're getting for this money, I vote it HOT!

If you can't enable flash on this then it's gonna be obsolete at some point as more and more websites are using it.. even for validating registration in some cases.

We've been down this road before people... It doesn't support flash and therefore is going to be pretty useless when browsing most sites.

Plus the 400mhz processor/128mb RAM may be just too weak to promise any tangible performance...

I posted this very deal a month ago or so and got froze to death on these points alone, almost!

martinelsen;5627399

We've been down this road before people... It doesn't support flash and … We've been down this road before people... It doesn't support flash and therefore is going to be pretty useless when browsing most sites.Plus the 400mhz processor/128mb RAM may be just too weak to promise any tangible performance... I posted this very deal a month ago or so and got froze to death on these points alone, almost!



Smartphones are just as powerful.

***** spec

fmushtaq;5628945

Smartphones are just as powerful.



Smartphones aren't 83 notes, with a 7 inch screen. But I see your point. I would rather a smartphone, too.
At this price though, it's pretty good for browsing. (Or would be, if it supported flash).

I refuse to believe it can't be loaded with a small linux OS with Firefox loaded that would allow for flash to be installed? (But I stand to be corrected if someone know otherwise?)

Rainey!!

for what it does it's a OK, most people would rather fork out £65 more for an acer aspire one

each to their own though

^^ I mean aspire revo*

It's a good price... but for an awful product.

Me and a friend pre-ordered them way back when they first came out.

When I got to see his (his order was processed before mine), it was so terrible, I cancelled my order.

As EEE 701s can be found for ~£100, there are massively more powerful alternatives to this thing... as others have stated, it has about the power of a mobile phone.

I'm pretty sure said processor would struggle to run flash, e.g. a youtube video for example.

laze

I bought one of these from Netto on a recent sale they were having - I couldn't get any video content websites to work at all. Youtube, BBC I Player, none worked, so I rang Elonex and they confirmed that it does not support 'Flash' at all.

Mine is going back for a refund as that is what I wanted it for!

Do yourself a favour - don't bother!
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