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Want a cheap netbook? Buy refurbished.

If you don’t know what refurbished means read the post called What are refurbished gadgets.

Refurbished netbooks are a great way to save money because they offer the same quality as a new one but at a lower price.

I have made a top with 3 cheap refurbished netbooks:

#1. Grade A1 – ASUS Eee Pc 701 4GB Netbook

ASUS Eee PC 701

This is the cheapest I’ve found. It costs only £119.97.

Grade A1 – ASUS Eee Pc 701 4GB Netbook features and specs:

  • Processor: Intel Celeron Mobile ULV 353 900MHz
  • RAM: 512MB DDR2
  • Hard Drive: 4GB SSD
  • Screen: 7.0″ (800 x 480)
  • Graphics: Integrated
  • Wireless LAN: 802.11b/g
  • Battery Life (Depending on Use): 3.5 Hours
  • Dimensions: 22.5 x 16.4 x 2.15~3.5 cm
  • Weight: 0.92kg
  • Warranty: 3 Months
  • Operating System: Customized Xandros Linux

#2. Grade A2- Acer One A110L netbook in Blue

Acer One A110L Netbook in Blue Grade A2

It costs only £119.97 also.

Grade A2- Acer One A110L netbook in Blue features and specs:

  • Processor – Intel Atom N270 1.6 GHz
  • RAM – 512 MB (installed) 1.5 GB (max) – DDR2 SDRAM
  • Hard Drive – 8 GB
  • Operating System – Linux Linpus Lite
  • Screen – 8.9 in TFT active matrix 1024 x 600 18-bit colour
  • Optical Drive – None
  • Graphics – Intel GMA 950
  • Bluetooth – No
  • Notebook Camera – Integrated – 0.3 Megapixel
  • Warranty – 3 Months warranty

#3. Datawind Ubi-Surfer Netbook – DW-SB01

Datawind Ubi-Surfer Netbook - DW-SB01

This netbook cost more: £138.97.

Datawind Ubi-Surfer Netbook – DW-SB01 features and specs:

  • Screen – 7” TFT – Wide screen Display (800 x 480 pixels)
  • Memory – 128MB Ram; 1GB Flash
  • Connectivity – GPRS 900 Mhz, 1800 Mhz with Embedded SIM,Wireless LAN WiFi IEEE 802.11 b/g, Ethernet Port 10MB
  • Sound – Built-in microphone, Stereo Sound Earphone Jack and dual speaker system
  • Inputs – Full QWERTY Keyboard, Touchpad Mouse Pointer, Push-Push SD card socket, 3x USB Ports
  • Dimensions – 700 g / 222 x 165 x 29.5 mm
  • Applications – DataWind Web Browser, Calendar, Media Player, XIP Office (Word processor, Spreadsheet, Presentation) PDF Viewer, Email, Paint, Games

PS I have found a top of cheap netbooks sorted by the best selling items. These are new.

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Comments

  1. I think that buying refurbished gadgets is a good suggestion. In some way, it’s practicality. Knowing that technology evolves, buying a very expensive gadget that will be outdated soon is so impractical.

  2. Anne @ b6s.net says:

    Couldn’t agree more. When we visited the States we bought two refurbished cell phones. So cheap and just as good as new.

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