Got a dabs email today and this was one of the top deals:
Processor: Intel Core Solo U1500 - 1.33GHz, 2MB L2 cache
RAM: 1024MB DDR2-533MHz
Hard Drive: 100 GB 4200rpm
Screen: 11.1" Widescreen TFT (1366x768)with X-Black Technology
Optical Drive: DVD¬ĪRW Super Multi Dual Layer
Graphics: 128MB Shared GFX
Wireless LAN: 802.11a/b/g
Bluetooth: Bluetooth Enabled
Warranty: 1 Year - Upgradeable to 3 Years! See Dabs Quicklinx: 3R4H
Operating System: Windows Vista Business Edition
Flash Memory Card Reader (SD, MS, MS-pro, MS-Duo)
Walkman Product Information
2GB Sony WALKMAN MP3 & Video compatible with large 2 inch colour LCD
2GB with capacity of upto 1300 tracks or 7 hours of videofiles
Very easy to operate with mobile phone-like interface and menu's
Lithium-ion rechargeable battery with great Stamina of 30 for music and 8 hours for video
Clear Stereo, Clear Bass & DSEE sound enhancement systems and EX-type headphones for superb sound quality
2.0 inch QVGA colour LCD with high resolution (240x320). Can be used horizontally & vertically.
Compatible with popular video formats MPEG4 & AVC baseline by simple Drag&Drop operation
JPEG viewer with slideshow mode
ATRAC , MP3 , AAC (non DRM) and WMA (non DRM) compatible
SonicStage 4.3 software for easy music management and transfers of your favourite tracks
I appreciate its lightweight etc but still, who in their right mind would buy this when you can get a better spec (but a bit heavier) for ¬£900 less?!
I regularly see this with laptops, some are so overpriced its unbelievable
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We've brought one for a member of staff who is recovering from a long illness due to its extremely small size and weight. Apart from those factors I wouldn't actively look for one.
Dammed small and light though.
I'd rather have a small Dell laptop, think it was an X300 we had before, ace little computer, even came in a little briefcase!
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