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Sony Vaio P as low as £285 FREE delivery @ Cex (used but with a one year warranty) Limited.
Sony Vaio P as low as £285 FREE delivery @ Cex (used but with a one year warranty) Limited.

Sony Vaio P as low as £285 FREE delivery @ Cex (used but with a one year warranty) Limited.

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Speaks for itself really, be warned, even at that price, this laptop isnt for everyone.

P11ZG, Atom Z520 1.33ghz, 2GB, 60HD, 8", VISTA, not sure if this model comes with GPS and WWAN as standard, mine did.

Most listed as grade A, CEX got pretty anal about what grade A meant, so should be close to brand new condition.

If you count this as cold, please explain why. Thanks.

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As mentioned on the other thread, these are quite a bit smaller than other netbooks,
and have no fan so are pretty quiet too (but get hot).

(can't add heat to the deal for some reason ...)
Edited by: "mikerr" 24th Jul 2010

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Though i might aswell start a thread on it, better to spend £285 - £330 on it than £500, especially of you dont like it

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been on pockeables multiple times a day for the last 2 weeks

Wow, that is a very good deal!

Wonder if I should upgrade my VAIO W to one of these....

What is the difference between the P11ZR and P11ZQ?

mikerr

As mentioned on the other thread, these are quite a bit smaller than … As mentioned on the other thread, these are quite a bit smaller than other netbooks, and have no fan so are pretty quiet too (but get hot).



What other thread?

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The difference is the colour /R is Red, Q? not sure that colour that is supposed to stand for.

The other thread is for Vaio P at Argos for £499

What other thread?


hotukdeals.com/dea…983

Not sure of the differences between P11ZR and P11ZQ though

I think the Q referred to the black model.

Right, thanks.

After reading said other thread I'm not sure its for me, sounds like it will be very slow and cramped, which are also the main complaints I have with my W11

Note - CEX are picky about grade A when buying (to get a lower price). When it comes to selling, they couldn't care less.

R is for the red one. Q looks like black from afar but at closer inspection it was actually a dark shade of green.

About CEX grading, we bought 2 tablet notebooks at grade A (one was in pristine condition and a steal considering its being retailed at 1,200 brand new, the other A grade had a scuff on the battery bay but all the rest is okay). I think their standards for A grade on laptop is different with phones... A doesn't really mean its like new/mint but in very good condition. I'll stay away from B grade laptops as my dad got one with a hinge that was a bit loose, with markings on the notebook and a keyboard with arabic characters.
Edited by: "inweelendil" 24th Jul 2010
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