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Inspiron Mini 9 Atom N270 (1.6GHz,533MHz,512KB) Genuine Windows® XP Home (Refurbished) £154.22 @ Dell
Inspiron Mini 9 Atom N270 (1.6GHz,533MHz,512KB) Genuine Windows® XP Home (Refurbished) £154.22 @ Dell

Inspiron Mini 9 Atom N270 (1.6GHz,533MHz,512KB) Genuine Windows® XP Home (Refurbished) £154.22 @ Dell

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A generally well reviewed Netbook - this is I believe one of the returns from Vodafone, hence it has included 3G
Know they have been on the forum before, but have been watching for a while and haven't seen one on the Dell website for a couple of weeks (They tend to go fast!) - price includes vat - delivery is free at the moment

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link?

Unfortunatley this is only the 8gb SSD version, but its still a good price saying that they are charging an extra £60 + Vat for the 16gb SSD version...

TheCaptain;5897889

Unfortunatley this is only the 8gb SSD version, but its still a good … Unfortunatley this is only the 8gb SSD version, but its still a good price saying that they are charging an extra £60 + Vat for the 16gb SSD version...



I dont know if this link will work, worth a go...

outlet.euro.dell.com/top…dfb

Nope does not work, you will have to go to Dell Outlet, www1.euro.dell.com/con…bsd then go into the system and use the drop down boxs to select inspiron notebooks, then use the screen size box to filter for 8.9" screens...

and if you are lucky like me they'll arrive with smashed LCD screens and be offered 2 new Mini10 with 3G and TV Tuner in exchange worth £553 each

only 6 at this price so be quick

majhaar;5897942

and if you are lucky like me they'll arrive with smashed LCD screens and … and if you are lucky like me they'll arrive with smashed LCD screens and be offered 2 new Mini10 with 3G and TV Tuner in exchange worth £553 eachonly 6 at this price so be quick



I can sort the screen being smashed on arrival no probs :roll:

You work for city link ?

DAMNOME;5898520

I can sort the screen being smashed on arrival no probs :roll:



i think it was a combination of the fact that i bulk buy quite a few of outlet laptops and have never had any problems and that they'd run out of Mini9s . I wouldnt recommend breaking one on purpose incase they just refund you.

got mine (bluetooth, 1Gb, 8GB SSD, Linux but not 3G) for £141 delivered in May so a good price & heat but would serioulsy recommend larger SSD as 8 is too small for Win7 or OSX without a lot of hassle

I bought one and it had a fault in the power system. It wouldn't charge its battery and then crashed during the reboot from XP setup causing disk errors. It then would boot - crash - boot in an endless cycle.

The rather obvious power fault and the fact that it still had the Vodafone sim suggests to me that Dell's "refurbishment" of the machine wasn't particularly thorough. The returns cutomer service was faultless though.

VDisillusioned;5899387

I bought one and it had a fault in the power system. It wouldn't charge … I bought one and it had a fault in the power system. It wouldn't charge its battery and then crashed during the reboot from XP setup causing disk errors. It then would boot - crash - boot in an endless cycle. The rather obvious power fault and the fact that it still had the Vodafone sim suggests to me that Dell's "refurbishment" of the machine wasn't particularly thorough. The returns customer service was faultless though.



I had 2 that wouldn't charge, I just updated the bios to a05 (the latest) very easyily done via usb stick and left them plugged into the mains for 12 hours and it then they charged fine.
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