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Grade A1 - Asus EEEPC 904HD Black Netbook £124.97 delivered @ Laptops Direct
Grade A1 - Asus EEEPC 904HD Black Netbook £124.97 delivered @ Laptops Direct

Grade A1 - Asus EEEPC 904HD Black Netbook £124.97 delivered @ Laptops Direct

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Looking for a bargain that you wont find anywhere else? Then one of our refurbished laptops could be perfect for you. We grade all our refurbished machines to make sure theyre of the highest quality and so you know what youre getting.

This ones been graded A1, which means its just the same as a new laptop, but you get to save some cash!

These days its not a luxury to have internet access on the move, its a necessity, and with the EEE PC 904HD that necessity comes at an unbeatable price. Now you can surf the net, talk to friends and stay productive wherever your digital life takes you.

Like any computer built for life on the road, the 904HD is both light and compact; it weighs in at just 1.1kg, and with its bright 8.9 screen offers the ideal compromise between usability and size.

The Asus EEE PC 904HD was purpose built for perfect mobile use, and at this price you wont find better netbook value.

* Processor - Intel Celeron M 353 630 MHz
* RAM - 1 GB (installed) 2 GB (max) - DDR2 SDRAM
- Need more memory in this laptop? Call 0871 984 4413 to get an upgrade
* Hard Drive - 80 GB
* Operating System - Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition
* Screen - 8.9 in TFT active matrix 1024 x 600
* Optical Drive - None
* Bluetooth - No
* Warranty - 3 Months

8 Comments

Is this any good ?

clarence47a;8918545

Is this any good ?


no, stay away from this, that cpu is terrible! you may think becuase its a celeron its energy efficient, but you would be wrong, its alot slower than atom cpus and uses way more power.

and.... i am almost 100% certain that is not the picture of it, because the screen is 8.9" but it has the shell of the 10" model so the 8.9" screen looks stupidly small, i shud know i had one!

its just a really weird netbook!

edit: just went on notebookcheck.net and this is one of the worst cpu's money can buy! so this may be a collectors piece in the future!

Screen is much too small. Get at least a 10" screen and Atom N270 for not much more (from Argos outlet).

ive used laptops direct before, but this isnt good, my phone is quicker than this

The Asus EEE PC 904HD was purpose built for perfect mobile use


love that! this couldn't be anymore non purpose built! they took the body of the 10" model and stuck a 9" screen in it!

MIDURIX;8918717

no, stay away from this, that cpu is terrible! you may think becuase its … no, stay away from this, that cpu is terrible! you may think becuase its a celeron its energy efficient, but you would be wrong, its alot slower than atom cpus and uses way more power.



That celeron chip is just a bit faster than the Atom 1.6 in most tasks and lags only a little in the rest. That is what the benchmarks say. Overall, you are not going to notice a difference in real life usage. While the Atom is more frugal on the battery, the onboard chipset it was sold with guzzled power like there was no tomorrow. Overall, it proved to be much of a muchness in terms of battery life. I got 3-3.5 hours out of the first eeePC on the celeron; my first Atom netbook gave me 2.5hrs, which, allowing for the bigger screen, was about the same.

pet2000

Screen is much too small. Get at least a 10" screen and Atom N270 for not … Screen is much too small. Get at least a 10" screen and Atom N270 for not much more (from Argos outlet).



i have slightly older eee901 8.9" and reckon they look fine resolution was

ie 1024x600 on 10" look slightly blurry compared to same rez on 8.9" screen
only slightly though

People, I will give you an honest review of my experience. I bought a refurbished Asus 1000he netbook for a good discounted price from laptopsdirect.com on thursday and it arrived promptly on friday morning. However, the laptop did not work. So I had to ring Asus manufacturers myself even though I paid extra for a further years warranty. It is not a free phone number either. Asus seemed surprised because they instantly realized the hard drive was dead. So I had to get a reference number and fill out a form on the laptopsdirect.com website for a promised 24 hour return authorisation. Suffice to say it is now sunday and I still have not heard anything from latopsdirect.com and I have a shiny new Asus netbook in my house that is only good as a door stop. My initial impression is that you should avoid this company at all costs. I have now read reviews on the internet and regret buying from them. Please take time out to look into some of the other reviews as per the links below:
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ciao.co.uk/www…166
trustpilot.co.uk/rev….uk
unbeatable.co.uk/ret…516
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