Samsung N150P Red 10.1" Netbook Refurb £110 @ Ebay/Currys-PCWorld
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Samsung N150P Red 10.1" Netbook Refurb £110 @ Ebay/Currys-PCWorld

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Found 17th Jun 2011
A few more now in stock.

This Item is missing its original Packaging.

The Samsung N150 Plus netbook offers all the high-end style you're looking for, but without the high-end price tag. And you don't have to worry about reliability

There's no compromise on performance either. You can get going fast using a fast start, while a 10.1" LED anti-reflective screen lets you enjoy the sharpest details and boldest colors even in direct sunlight

Specifications

This Item is missing its original Packaging.
Screen Size: 10.1 inches
Processor Speed: 1.6 GHz
RAM Size: 1 GB
Hard Drive Size: 160 GB
Operating System: Windows XP Home
Weight: 1.2 kg
Height: 29.8 mm
Width: 272 mm
Depth: 188.5 mm
Actual formatted capacity is less and may vary depending on preloaded materials and operating enviroment.

Condition Details

Item Condition: Seller Refurbished
Box is damaged or missing

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32 Comments

Shame they aren't available direct from PCW/Currys rather than Ebay outlet as they give 12mth warranty.

Is it actually windows xp? I ask because the picture shows windows 7
Edited by: "stfagos" 17th Jun 2011

Original Poster

Uridium

Shame they aren't available direct from PCW/Currys rather than Ebay … Shame they aren't available direct from PCW/Currys rather than Ebay outlet as they give 12mth warranty.



They are available from their outlet stores (I visited the One in Chester Yesterday) but are £129.99 in store and you do get a 12 month warranty in store

Edited by: "theboss" 17th Jun 2011

The N450 is 1.66GHz.

Dunno how old these are...

Given a 160Gb hdd I'd guess it's this:

Samsung.com

SpecsOperating System Genuine Windows® 7 StarterMemory 1GB (DDR2 / … SpecsOperating System Genuine Windows® 7 StarterMemory 1GB (DDR2 / 1GB x 1) System memory 1 x Slot SODIMM Memory slotMultimedia HD (High Definition) audio SRS 3D sound effect with mic. noise supression 3W stereo speaker (1.5W x 2) Web CameraI/O Port VGA (Video Graphics Connector) port Headphone-out port available Mic-in port available Internal mic. port available 3 x USB 2.0 (Chargable USB included) 4-in-1 (SD, SDHC, SDXC, MMC) RJ45 (LAN) port available DC-in port availablePower 40 Watt adaptor 6 Cell BatteryProcessor Intel® ATOM™ Processor N450 (1.66GHz, 667MHz, 512KB)Display 10.1" WSVGA (1024 x 600), Non - Gloss LED, Back LightStorage 160GB (5400rpm S-ATA) hard driveInput 83 Key Keyboard 84 Key Keyboard Touch Pad (Scroll Scope, Flat Type)Physical Dimension: 264 (W) x 188.0 (D) x 25.3 - 34.7 (H) mm Weight: 1.24kg (2.73lbs)Main Chipset Intel NM10Graphic Intel GMA3150 (Int. Graphic) Shared Memory (Int. Grahpic)Communication 10 / 100 Wired Ethernet LAN attached 802.11 b/g/n Wireless LAN attached Bluetooth 3.0 High SpeedSecurity Norton Internet Security 2010 (60days trial) BIOS Boot Up / HDD Password Security function Kensington Lock port Samsung Recovery SolutionSoftware Easy Resolution Manager Samsung Update Plus Easy Display Manager Easy Battery Manager Easy Network Manager Easy SpeedUp Manager Adobe Reader Easy File Share Samsung Support Center Easy Content Share

All gone

got one. head added. Thanks

Thanks for posting OP

these things are just toys really - fine for slowly browsing the web and nothing else, cheap but they dont do much, i think too many people buying these thinking they are proper laptops...........

chunkybob

these things are just toys really - fine for slowly browsing the web and … these things are just toys really - fine for slowly browsing the web and nothing else, cheap but they dont do much, i think too many people buying these thinking they are proper laptops...........



Don't be silly. If people expect too much from them and are disappointed, that's unfortunate, but to dismiss them as toys is borderline idiotic. Running Windows 7 on them with only a gig RAM is a big problem these have 'out of the box' though.

These serve a very useful purpose as small, light, cheap portable computers with exceptional battery life. How is that not useful, even given their limitations?

Edited by: "PurplePerson" 17th Jun 2011

chunkybob

these things are just toys really - fine for slowly browsing the web and … these things are just toys really - fine for slowly browsing the web and nothing else, cheap but they dont do much, i think too many people buying these thinking they are proper laptops...........



Disagree...due to the ION chipset they are more powerful than people give them credit for. Mine happily runs XBMC outputting HD movies streamed from my NAS. ION chipset allows Video processing in media apps and flash to be offloaded to the GPU instead of the Weedy Atom CPU having to struggle to process it. The GPU may not be the most powerful but it's enough to decode a 1080p MKV

Win7 runs well on them as does Office 2007 even with the standard 1gb Ram surprisingly. As for 'Slow' web browsing my N150 browses just as fast using chrome as any other PC in my house.

My one single criticism of the N150 is that the buttons on the mouse touchpad are a little too slim meaning that often instead of clicking i find myself moving the cursor as my finger brushes the touchpad. minor gripe really though.

Mine sits in standby for weeks on end sometimes and the battery seems to last weeks without a sniff of mains.

btw...I picked mine up as an open box return direct from Currys for £117 with 12mths warranty inc win7 so although this is a good price they have been cheaper.



Edited by: "Uridium" 17th Jun 2011

Bought one soley to run charting software on a boat perfect long battery life cheap and small

heat added perfect for my daughters xmas present

Original Poster

Red Version Re-listed

Clicky

Ive asked Admin to Un-Expire this with the new link
Edited by: "theboss" 17th Jun 2011

Old, well past their sell by dates, not good examples of the 10 inchers, and Windows XP
Save your money.

Ordered one of these the other day, I'm not sure how people can **** off a £110 laptop/netbook?Pipe down.

Seems to have a massive battery life, shame I can't justify another pc...

W7 version here for £1.15 more

Looks like a decent deal to me too. Heat added

PhilK

Old, well past their sell by dates, not good examples of the 10 inchers, … Old, well past their sell by dates, not good examples of the 10 inchers, and Windows XPSave your money.


and buy what for £110?? I see people criticizing but no other links being put up for cheap portable solutions....most laptops are used for browsing and surfing anyway!
So come on I would like links with alternatives for this price!

Gone

I bought a black one for £110 from Currys/PCWorld Ebay outlet the other day too.

It arrived today and i'm very happy with it

I recently bought an Acer One, and although mnie has the N550 (dual core) processor, and I have a Class 10 SD card permamently inserted to use readyboost, I've been really surprised how good the performance of it is. I maintly use mine for visual studio 2010 express (free download here) which is a pretty demanding app and it copes well.

Why is the processor not listed? Is it an Atom?

Atom N450

Uridium

Disagree...due to the ION chipset they are more powerful than people give … Disagree...due to the ION chipset they are more powerful than people give them credit for. Mine happily runs XBMC outputting HD movies streamed from my NAS. ION chipset allows Video processing in media apps and flash to be offloaded to the GPU instead of the Weedy Atom CPU having to struggle to process it. The GPU may not be the most powerful but it's enough to decode a 1080p MKVWin7 runs well on them as does Office 2007 even with the standard 1gb Ram surprisingly. As for 'Slow' web browsing my N150 browses just as fast using chrome as any other PC in my house. My one single criticism of the N150 is that the buttons on the mouse touchpad are a little too slim meaning that often instead of clicking i find myself moving the cursor as my finger brushes the touchpad. minor gripe really though.Mine sits in standby for weeks on end sometimes and the battery seems to last weeks without a sniff of mains.btw...I picked mine up as an open box return direct from Currys for £117 with 12mths warranty inc win7 so although this is a good price they have been cheaper.



The Samsung N150 doesn't have an ION graphics its an Intel GMA3150

chalk

The Samsung N150 doesn't have an ION graphics its an Intel GMA3150



your quite right i stand corrected..was thinking of my Revo...even more amazing then that it handles XBMC so well..!!!

yes those Revo and the emachines look good.

I do agree BTW that netbooks are often better than given credit for
Edited by: "chalk" 17th Jun 2011

chalk

yes those Revo and the emachines look good.I do agree BTW that netbooks … yes those Revo and the emachines look good.I do agree BTW that netbooks are often better than given credit for



Revo's are v.v. good. Mine sits mounted on the back of my Plasma running XBMC. Best media player I've found...

Mine got delivered and I was surprised to see it has a 250gb hard drive not the 160gb as listed. Unless that was the reason for the refurb, i.e. bad hdd that got replaced. I am more inclined to think the returns were due to a missing driver for the wireless card. I've had 2 of these and both had the problem after standard set up. You can get the driver from the Samsung site but I guess if you are not that techy you may just send it back (this version uses Broadcom drivers).

We have one paid £126.99 from there a few months ago, great bit of kit for the money.

Just got mine and its windows 7 starter and 250 gbhd
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