Samsung N110 Netbook (Windows 7) (RRP of £499.97 but normal price £349.97) with FREE Garmin 265W Sat Nav (normal price £159.97) only £279.97 (for both) delivered @ Laptops Direct
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Samsung N110 Netbook (Windows 7) (RRP of £499.97 but normal price £349.97) with FREE Garmin 265W Sat Nav (normal price £159.97) only £279.97 (for both) delivered @ Laptops Direct

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Found 24th Jun 2010Made hot 25th Jun 2010
The Samsung N110 gives you the power to accomplish more wherever you are. The 6-cell lithium battery lasts for up to 9.5 hours so if you forget your charge then so what?! Youll have more time to shop online, surf the web and chat with friends. Plus, a larger touchpad makes it so easy to use. The design is also sleeker, curvier and comes with a glossy screen.

The Garmin Nuvi 265W is packed with essential features a wide 4.3" touchscreen, featuring a touch based full "QWERTY" keyboard, with anti glare and white backlight, ensuring that you will always be able to easily see information on the Nuvi 265w from any angle, day or night. The Bluetooth connectivity and built in speaker and microphone on the Garmin Nuvi 265W allow for simple, safe and legal phone conversation whilst on the move. As with the other Garmin Nuvi 2x5 series sat navs the 265W is a slim and sleek device, which despite its wide screen display only weighs 172 grams makes it very easy to carry around when not in the car and can be stored unnoticed in a pocket, purse or bag. With a 4 hour continuous battery life after one charge the Nuvi 265W is ideal for navigating around the city or country side. Pre-loaded with maps of Europe the Garmin Nuvi 265W is the perfect travelling companion at home and abroad. With connection to Google Panoramio it even replaces tour guides, simply select an image from the device and the Garmin 265W will work out the direction and turn by turn route from your current location to your sightseeing destination.

Samsung N110

Processor: Intel Atom (N270) 1.66GHz Processor
RAM: 1024MB (1 x 1GB ) DDR2 800Mhz Memory
Hard Disk: 250Gb Sata 5200RPM
Operating System: Genuine Microsoft Windows 7 Starter
Display: 10.1 inch Gloss LED WSVGA
Graphics Card: Intel 950 -128Mb
Resolution: 1024 x 600
Sound: 2 x 1.5W speakers, Integrated Microphone
Keyboard: 84 Key with Silver Nano technology (Anti-Bacterial Keyboard)
USB Ports: 3
Card Reader: 3 in 1
Bluetooth: Yes 2.0+EDR
Camera: Integrated 1.3 Mpx
Networking: 10/100 Ethernet 802.11 b/g WIFI
Battery: 6 Cell Lithium-Ion 520mAh
Dimensions: 27.2cm (W) x 18.85cm (D) x 29.8cm (H) - Weight 1.26kg
Warranty:1 Year Collect and Return Warranty

Garmin Nuvi 265W Key Features

Photo Navigation: Yes
Bluetooth Calling: Yes
3D Map View: Yes
Voice Prompts: Yes
Memory: Internal and Micro SD Slot
Maps:BaseMap, Preloaded & Updateable
Display: 4.3 WQVGA colour antiglare TFT backlight, 480 x 272 pixel
Display Size (WxHxD): 9.7 x 5.7 x 10.9 cm
Dimensions (WxHxD): 12.2 x 7.4 x 2.0 cm
Battery: Rechargeable lithium-ion with up to 4 hours
Anti Theft: Garmin Lock
Operating system compatibility: Windows, Mac
Full City Nav for Europe, Mountings, Cables, USB Cables

*The Sat Nav is selling for £105 at Play and up to £179.99 at MotorWorld
**The Laptop alone is selling for £352.49 at Handtec

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Original Poster mod

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You sure? A Netbook for £500.... Good deal with the SatNav but RRP s are bull

I wouldn't pay £280 for them, others may, that's just me. As stated the rrp is bull. Very poor ., has the opposite effect the what is .

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eiamhere69;8909460

I wouldn't pay £280 for them, others may, that's just me. As stated the … I wouldn't pay £280 for them, others may, that's just me. As stated the rrp is bull. Very poor ., has the opposite effect the what is .



Sorry, but I really don't understand what you mean by "has the opposite effect the what is ." but I'm guessing you are moaning about the RRP, which I agree is high, hence why I also added "but normal price £349.97" and gave an example of it at this price in the OP. But, like I say, not all together sure what you are trying to say sorry.

Just did ebay search for "Garmin 265W Sat Nav" and 2 new ones sold yesterday for £98.99 and £133.95 - so if you could get £100 for the sat nav it makes the laptop a fantastic deal.

It's a pretty keen price for both together as that netbook was selling at that price on it's own a few months ago. I suspect they are both making way for newer models as the N110 came out a year or more back.

Shame these 10in netbooks don't have a higher res screen. It's my only issue with my NC10 and I think only the Sony does a hugher res in that size. 1280x would be perfect.

The netbook has the spec of something worth £180-200 and the sat nav costs around £100 as it is. So £280 seems about the right price for these two :whistling: Certainly not a deal in my opinion.

eiamhere69;8909460

I wouldn't pay £280 for them, others may, that's just me. As stated the … I wouldn't pay £280 for them, others may, that's just me. As stated the rrp is bull. Very poor ., has the opposite effect the what is .



I think he's meaning, it is a good deal but retailers who increase the RRP to create a WOW factor in sale is slightly off putting.

I think we paid £259 for this Sammy a few months ago - it's a great little netbook.

Just a few thoughts - it only comes with Win 7 starter so you're stuck in a bit of a half way house - performance is good though without having outdated software. Also this will definitely accept 2 gigs of ram if you want to upgrade so gives you a little bit of headroom if you want to use this as your main computer. Would thoroughly reccomend.

Voted hot.

From what I understand, the N110 is an upgrade of the n10, which got brilliant reviews. As this doesn't have much advantage over a N10 (according to reghardware.com/200…10/ ), it would probably work out best to buy a N10 for better value.

Think you will find it was the NC10 which i have and thoroughly recommend. It was well built with good keyboard, 1.3mp webam etc. The N110 is meant to have better ergonomics with the touchpad etc. marginal screen upgrade but the spec of 10in netbooks are all within a whisker of each other on performance so it comes down to battery life and hard drive size unless you maybe went for a Sony with high rs screen.

IMHO it's not a bad price for the two devices but then i'd prefer a TomTom over a Garmin anyway.

BlackCloud;8912156

Think you will find it was the NC10 which i have and thoroughly … Think you will find it was the NC10 which i have and thoroughly recommend. It was well built with good keyboard, 1.3mp webam etc. The N110 is meant to have better ergonomics with the touchpad etc. marginal screen upgrade but the spec of 10in netbooks are all within a whisker of each other on performance so it comes down to battery life and hard drive size unless you maybe went for a Sony with high rs screen. IMHO it's not a bad price for the two devices but then i'd prefer a TomTom over a Garmin anyway.



you're right, I meant NC10. Just forgot about the C!

I have the n110, which is a fantastic little notebook. i got mine free with a phone contract (should that be "free"?)

the battery life is amazing, in fact on a recent trip to new york I stared watching a film on it.. followed by series 1 and 2 of the inbetweeners... followed by a foo fighters live mp4... the battery lasted for the whole flight, birmingham to newark. was really impressed

You should be able to sell the Satnav as mentioned for around £100, so a good quality Samsung netbook for under £200 (after selling satnav) is a good deal to me.

The prices on Fleabay are similar to the total price here, so in money terms, not so much of a bargain (cetianly not hot), but of course you are buying from a business so you get the knowledge that your warranty is better protected.

2% Quidco/Topcashback = £6 off the price

thelatics;8912377

The prices on Fleabay are similar to the total price here, so in money … The prices on Fleabay are similar to the total price here, so in money terms, not so much of a bargain (cetianly not hot), but of course you are buying from a business so you get the knowledge that your warranty is better protected.2% Quidco/Topcashback = £6 off the price



But isn't that the same with most of the bargains found on here?!

This is definitely Hot!

hot if you actually need both :thumbsup:

Seriously windows 7? must be incredibly slow

With sat nav coming to smart phones Garmins and the like are all coming down in price, they will probably be defunct in a few years. Good deal if you need both.

rajupateluk;8912994

Seriously windows 7? must be incredibly slow



It's Windows 7 starter and it's pretty quick. You cant change the desktop pic by default but there are work arounds. I used the following method and there is software for the more faint hearted that will do the same job...

1. Click start and type regedit in the search box or run
2. Go to “HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\Desktop\” folder and click on it
3. On the right hand side you will find a bunch of entries. Find the key named “Wallpaper” and double click on it and put the path of the picture you want as your new wallpaper (example path is “C:\Users\Big Dan\Pictures\new wallpaper.jpg”)
4. Right-click on the “Desktop” folder in left pane click Permissions.
5. Click “Advanced”
6. Go to “Owner” tab, highlight your name in the box that says ‘Change owner to’ ( There are only two choices the other is Administrator )… once your user name is highlighted click “OK”
7. Click on “Advanced” again
8. Uncheck the button that reads “Include inheritable permissions from the object’s parent”… click “Remove” when prompted
9. Click “Add”
10. Type “Everyone” and click “OK”
11. Check Allow “Read Control” and click “OK”
12. Click “OK” again
13. Highlight “Everyone” and check to Allow “Read” and click “OK”
14. Restart Computer

I run win 7 pro on my NC10 (with 2GB ram) and it woks fine for all day to day stuff.

Wish you could just return the crappy Win7 and get a rebate for it, irritates me paying for software that I'm never going to use, but otherwise it's a hot deal! THanks OP

andywedge;8911230

Sorry, but I really don't understand what you mean by "has the opposite … Sorry, but I really don't understand what you mean by "has the opposite effect the what is ." but I'm guessing you are moaning about the RRP, which I agree is high, hence why I also added "but normal price £349.97" and gave an example of it at this price in the OP. But, like I say, not all together sure what you are trying to say sorry.



Sorry posted last night before logging off, obviously didn't check after editing / deleting part of my post.

ryan7;8911844

I think he's meaning, it is a good deal but retailers who increase the … I think he's meaning, it is a good deal but retailers who increase the RRP to create a WOW factor in sale is slightly off putting.



That's what I meant. I'll have someone proof read my future posts. This type of marketing has the opposite effect (with me personally) to that intended.

this one is £299 with multitouch screen (not touchpad but screen)
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just bought this, BHS and Debenhams electricals both have this for the same price inc sat nav. Bought this from Debenhams as Laptops Direct have bad reviews?
Seems like a good laptop all reviews seem good. Will let you know when it comes on Monday :).

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desi112;8918190

just bought this, BHS and Debenhams electricals both have this for the … just bought this, BHS and Debenhams electricals both have this for the same price inc sat nav. Bought this from Debenhams as Laptops Direct have bad reviews?Seems like a good laptop all reviews seem good. Will let you know when it comes on Monday :).HEAT AND REP ADDED



Good spot..

Thanks mate,l bought from BHS with quidco, 3 day free delivery too!

adigraham;8940579

Thanks mate,l bought from BHS with quidco, 3 day free delivery too!


Can you post a direct link?

robot1000;8940595

Can you post a direct link?



Quidco first mate and you earn £4.85

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Bought this a couple of weeks back when Mrs F said she wanted a new netbook after she'd come through the door earlier that day complaining that she'd just got lost on the way to meeting her friend. 2 birds, 1 stone and all that. Great Deal.

Netbook not the fastest thing in the world when comparing to a normal laptop but does the job of internet browsing, e-mails and running MS Word and Excel perfectly. And to think people pay £500 for the pathetic I-pad dross when you can buy something like this which is loads more user friendly and practical for this price. 3 USB ports, a SD card reader and a keyboard too!!! Now that's something you don't see with an I-dog

Free Garmin aside, this isn't a great netbook for the price.

tommyboy21

Free Garmin aside, this isn't a great netbook for the price.


but free garmin not aside (the deal in question)
its pretty good
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