Samsung NC10 Netbook (UK, 1.6GHz, 1GB, 160GB, 10.2", XP Home, Black) - £149.74 @ Expansys
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Samsung NC10 Netbook (UK, 1.6GHz, 1GB, 160GB, 10.2", XP Home, Black) - £149.74 @ Expansys

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Found 13th Aug 2010
For comparison of how good this price is, it is currently £299 on Amazon UK. So it's 50% off its RRP!

Link - expansys.com/d.a…994

Note: This item is B stock from Expansys. However, it is fully working and comes with a warranty. Excellent price for this spec of netbook. Has either just had the box opened, been ex-display or returned by a customer but is 100% working.

Specs:

• Operating System : Genuine Windows® XP Home (SP3)
• Processor : Intel® Atom™ Processor N270 (1.6GHz) 533MHz FSB with 512KB Cache
• Main Chipset: Intel 945GSE + ICH7M
• System Memory: 1GB (1 x 1GB) DDR2 667MHz
• Memory Slot : 1 x Slot SODIMM
• Display :
LCD
10.2” WSVGA (1024 x 600) SuperBright© Gloss LED Display
• Graphics Processor: Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator 950
• Graphics Memory: 128MB Integrated Graphics
• Multimedia
# Sound: HD (High Definition) Audio
# Multimedia Player: EDS (Enhanced Digital Sound) Effect
# Speakers: 2 Watts Stereo Speakers (1W x 2)
# Integrated Camera: 1.3 Mega Pixel Digital Motion Camera
• Hard Drive : 160GB SATA
• Communication:
# Modem (RJ11) : No
# Wired Ethernet LAN (RJ45) : 10/100
# Wireless LAN : Atheros® Wifi 802.11b.g
# WWAN: No
# Bluetooth : Bluetooth 2.0+EDR
• I/O Port:
# VGA : Yes
# HDMI: No
# Headphone Out: Yes
# Mic In: Yes
# Internal Mic: Yes
# PC Card Bus Slot: No
# USB: 3 x USB 2.0
# Multi Card Slot: 3 in 1 Card Reader (SD, SDHC, MMC)
# Dock Port: No
# SIO: No
# DC-in (Power Port) : Yes
• Keyboard Type : 84 Key with Silver Nano technology (Anti-Bacterial Keyboard)
• Touch Pad, Touch Screen : Touch Pad (Scroll Scope, Flat Type)
• AC Adapter: 60 Watt
• Battery : 6 Cell Lithium ion
• Slip Case for Mini-laptop Included
• Dimension (W x D x H mm) : 261 x 185.5 x 30.3 mm
Weight, include standard battery (kg): 1.33kg

15 Comments

Original Poster

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/1/11/Samsung_NC10.jpg

http://www.phil.im/wp-content/uploads/2009/08/samsung-nc10.jpg

Edited by: "williamj1" 13th Aug 2010

B- Stock whatever that is

ok it's second hand! good deal though
Edited by: "kurv" 13th Aug 2010

Love their statement "Normal distance selling regulations do not apply to second hand products such as this". Talking out of their ****

Original Poster

kurv why would should it be expired cause its B stock? It states it in the description.

Original Poster

mrtea

Dependant on the condition, but if you get one that simply has just had … Dependant on the condition, but if you get one that simply has just had the box opened, could be a cracking deal.

Yeh, but even so, it comes with a warranty so...

voted hot, seems like a great deal to me, if I didnt already have a netbook I'd be very tempted.

Bought a couple of B-stock items from Expansys and never had a problem. The PDA I bougt came in a plain brown box but had all the authentic documents with it and same with Blackberry. Both were in excellent condition. Hot deal from me.

I'm after a notebook but the trouble is it's to replace my samsung lap top which has been rubbish the battery went on it after 3 months not covered hy warranty and it was a new laptop, memorys rubbish,mouse pad rubbish, speakers rubbish, so don't think I'll bother

Original Poster

Jason_Mraz

Bought a couple of B-stock items from Expansys and never had a problem. … Bought a couple of B-stock items from Expansys and never had a problem. The PDA I bougt came in a plain brown box but had all the authentic documents with it and same with Blackberry. Both were in excellent condtion. Hot deal from me.



Same, bought a nokia mobile once from them which was B stock and all that had happened was the box had been opened, Phone was still in a sealed packed and so on...

Also, they have good customer service - so you could always try ringing them and asking them to try and find you an unused one ie, opened box etc. Might be worth a shot.

Conveniently not stated what the warranty is. Could be as little as 30 days (Distant Selling Act does not apply to second hand goods, BTW).

Sold now anyway.
Edited by: "pet2000" 13th Aug 2010

I think this might be out of stock now - can't find it on the site unless I'm beiong really dense!

Original Poster

I put a direct link, and ive spent the last 10 minutes trying to fix it. It was working, now its not... thats why I put it in the description so don't say it like that. :@ But the link for the product as with the images were all still live and working, but hukd isn't showing them properly.
Edited by: "williamj1" 13th Aug 2010

The N130 (newer version) and NC10 are both basically the same machines. The NC10 looks sexier and more expensive in comparison. It has a steel bezel surround, and a funky blue light power on button (instead of the flimsy slider that switches on the N130, I'd think that would be prone to break), it does Bluetooth, N130 doesn't. And it's so easy to type on!

Think the NC10 has a better webcam too?

I agree that the sound isn't too great but if you update the Realtek sound drivers (deleted EDS sound) and put on the graphic equaliser it's acceptable. I bought Creative i-trigue 250 speakers (AC powered though, and the plug's quite heavy) which beef it up considerably. Sometimes they're on Play for a piddling £7!
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I also put an extra gig of RAM in my NC10, which is incredibly easy, unscrew a slot underneath, done within 30 seconds.
Edited by: "louiselouise" 13th Aug 2010

mosserbett

I'm after a notebook but the trouble is it's to replace my Samsung laptop … I'm after a notebook but the trouble is it's to replace my Samsung laptop which has been rubbish the battery went on it after 3 months not covered by warranty and it was a new laptop, memorys rubbish,mouse pad rubbish, speakers rubbish, so don't think I'll bother



Mosserbett - Out of interest, why was your battery not covered under warranty? What did Samsung actually say?
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