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SAMSUNG NC10 Netbook Intel Atom N270 (1.6 GHz), Windows XP Home, 1024 Mb RAM, 160 GB drive, 6 cell battery, WiFi + Bluetooth = £225.20 delivered @ Pixmania
SAMSUNG NC10 Netbook Intel Atom N270 (1.6 GHz), Windows XP Home, 1024 Mb RAM, 160 GB drive, 6 cell battery, WiFi + Bluetooth = £225.20 delivered @ Pixmania

SAMSUNG NC10 Netbook Intel Atom N270 (1.6 GHz), Windows XP Home, 1024 Mb RAM, 160 GB drive, 6 cell battery, WiFi + Bluetooth = £225.20 delivered @ Pixmania

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This is an excellent netbook (see any review) and has a 6-cell battery.

Use code PIXSALEUK1 to get £5 off price.

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The ultra-slim, ultra-lightweight and incredibly smart NC10 netbook from Samsung is a versatile computing solution that's ideal for users on the move.

You'll find an Atom N270 processor and 1024 MB of RAM to ensure all your applications run smoothly and with great stability.

The NC10 is perfect for keeping in touch when you're out and about as it's wireless-enabled (802.11b/g) and even has a built-in webcam.

Bluetooth compatibility makes for quick and easy data exchange between other Bluetooth devices, and you can even hook up several different external devices at once thanks to the NC10's three USB 2.0 ports.

The Samsung NC10 is the perfect portable PC for all your personal and professional needs!
General Information Processor Intel® Atom? Processor N270
- 1.60 GHz
- 533 MHz FSB
- 512 KB L2 cache
Operating System Genuine Windows® XP Home
RAM 1024 MB
Graphics card Intel GMA 950 integrated graphics processor with shared video memory
Screen type LCD screen
Screen resolution 1024 x 600 (WSVGA)
Screen size 10.1"
Screen features LED-backlit
Hard drive 160 GB
Optical disk drive No
Memory card reader 3-in-1 memory card reader (SD, SDHC, MMC)
USB 3 USB 2.0 ports
FireWire No
Modem/Ethernet Built-in Ethernet 10/100BT network 1 x RJ-45
Wi-Fi WiFi 802.11b/g
Bluetooth Yes
Video interface VGA output
Audio interface 1 x headphone socket
1 x microphone socket
TV output VGA output
Extension card slot No
Sound Built-in loudspeakers
Webcam Yes
Battery 6-cell lithium-ion battery
Additional features Up to 7 hours battery life
Accessories included Battery, power adaptor, user guide
Software included Samsung Magic Doctor / Samsung Update Plus / Easy Display Manger / Easy Battery Manager / Easy Network Manager / Easy Speed Up Manager / Adobe Acrobat Reader
Size 261 x 185.5 x 30.3 mm
Weight Approx. 1.33 kg

15 Comments

Used to have one, gorgeous little machine - great price and heat added

not voting hot or cold on this but is the nc10 not over the hill yet? don't get me wrong is a good little machine and i am writing this on one now but the fact you can get similar spec Compaq Mini 110c for £45 less and the new generation of netbooks coming out in the next few weeks and months i would either hold off get one of the new ones or buy the compaq and 2nd battery with the money you saved.

also i would avoid pixmania, from my experience they are terrible

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curofone;7477673

you can get similar spec Compaq Mini 110c for £45 less



True, but the NC10 is well worth the extra as backed up by almost any review you read.

Long in the tooth, and will soon be obsolete with the new range coming, but still good.

KingCampo;7477795

True, but the NC10 is well worth the extra as backed up by almost any … True, but the NC10 is well worth the extra as backed up by almost any review you read.



like i said the machine is great little machine and i have one so you will not hear me say too many bad things about it, but the compaq is just as good apart from the battery and that can be easily improved for £45, and the reason all the netbooks are approaching the £200 mark is because the next generations of machines are only a few weeks away and these will have duel core atom processors, ion graphics, windows 7, bigger hard drives, more RAM (both installed and expansion capacity) and similar battery lifes.

curofone;7477673

you can get similar spec Compaq Mini 110c for £45 less



thats £180 ish delivered - from where ?

dmm1000;7478049

thats £180 ish delivered - from where ?



hotukdeals.com/ite…e-w

Samsung NC10 apparently the worlds best selling netbook.. excellent bit of kit still standing strong and superb resale price

Oh! balls, this shows just after i bought the Dell inspiron last night.

Snap! I bought the dell last night 2! This has a 6 cell battery & Bluetooth, but on xp. The dell was on 7. Do u think u can cancel? This seems a better deal for only £14-£15 more after cashback..don't u think?

packard;7478163

Samsung NC10 apparently the worlds best selling netbook.. excellent bit … Samsung NC10 apparently the worlds best selling netbook.. excellent bit of kit still standing strong and superb resale price



True, they are selling at more than this on ebay.

Refurbished are the same price on Laptops Direct (£209 - price this comes down to after cashback - delivered!)

curofone;7477673

not voting hot or cold on this but is the nc10 not over the hill yet? … not voting hot or cold on this but is the nc10 not over the hill yet? don't get me wrong is a good little machine and i am writing this on one now but the fact you can get similar spec Compaq Mini 110c for £45 less and the new generation of netbooks coming out in the next few weeks and months i would either hold off get one of the new ones or buy the compaq and 2nd battery with the money you saved.



Just had a quick look at reviews - 7/10 for the Compaq, and 10/10 for NC10.

Its the best out there at the moment, and thats born out by the facts.

And will the new netbooks everyone is talking about be £200 ish? Doubt it.

TECHSPEC;7478736

Just had a quick look at reviews - 7/10 for the Compaq, and 10/10 for … Just had a quick look at reviews - 7/10 for the Compaq, and 10/10 for NC10.Its the best out there at the moment, and thats born out by the facts.And will the new netbooks everyone is talking about be £200 ish? Doubt it.



The samsung and the compaq are identical specs apart from the battery, the only reason why the compaq scores less is the fact that it came out a long time after the nc10 and brought nothing new to the market. Like i keep saying i have an NC10, i am writing on it now, but certainly is not the best netbook on the market anymore, yes it was a year ago but not now. This is a great deal if you want an NC10 (apart from who you have to buy it off) but i know if i was in the market for an entry level netbook today i would save myself the £45 and get the compaq or one of the million other netbooks that are identical specs, remember when the reviews for the nc10 were wrote it was the best netbook as you were pretty much limited to the choice of an NC10, AAO, asus or MSI wind and the NC10 was the best but like i said previously there are loads of machines now that have identical specs, just as good keyboards and as good build quality.

and no the next generation of netbooks will not be anywhere close £200, i was not claiming they would be i was just stating the fact that they machine are having there prices cut now because in a couple of weeks you wont be able to sell them at the £300 mark due to the new generation of machines.

the first of the new generation will probably be the asus 1201n and in comparison to today netbooks it is simply miles ahead, the american pricing for it is around $480 which works out at around £300, although chances are the launch price over here is likely to be £380 to £400 although i am sure that price will tumble in the coming months, remember the nc10 was way over £300 at launch.

Another tempting one but not quite tempting enough for me. If it was £200 or less would grab one or if it came with win7.

will this thing run win7 without a hitch?
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