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Elonex Websurfer in White LNX/NB/ONETPLUS/N5008/WHT

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The Websurfer Netbook is an ideal introduction in to the world of computing whether its for a child or first time internet users. The easy to use interface has been designed especially for this purpose so you can navigate around the laptop to find files or open programmes. Youll will also find all the standard software you would expect to see on a full sized laptop.
Weighing only 650g and with wireless capabilities you can connect to the internet at super-fast broadband speeds when your on the move. Designed for ultra usability along with portability the Websurfer also incorporates a full QWERTY keyboard, touchpad and a 7" widescreen which gives you a bright crisp viewing to enjoy videos and picture on.

  • Processor: 400MHz Linux Optimised Code8
  • RAM: 128Mb
  • Hard Drive: 1Gb / 2Gb Flash SSD
  • Operating System: Linux Preinstalled software suite
  • Screen: 7” Widescreen 800 x 480 LCD
  • Optical Drive: No
  • Bluetooth: No
  • Notebook Camera: No
  • Warranty: 1 Year Warranty

Questions & Answers

15/11/2010 Wil McK: tried to watch youtube but cant. conflicting info. some say you can, some say you cant. what flash requirements are needed?

simon: YouTube doesn't use flash to function it uses another plug-in that's usally installed automatically with the browser. It should just work or it would prompt you to install the plug in to get it working. You are emailing sales can't assist you any futher.

18/09/2010 trudyD: can you use skype with this notebook?

simon: Yes but not all syyke will work with the Linux operating system. You will not have this problem with XP.

13/09/2010 twihard: Does it have like a windows media player and can u upload pictures to facebook and use msn on this

simon: You don't get any Microsoft software with Linux such as windows media player. It will have a equvilent application though.

29/09/2009 Adam Bould: Hi, does this notebook come with a word processing package? Can you please explain the difference between this one and the one in the package deal with the pre-inspection? Can flashplayer be run on this notebook for game on facebook etc? is this notbook compatible with Dongle internet? Thanks

SteveF: Yes, it comes with open office, linux version of office. The one in the package deal has a pre delivery inspection included. Yes and yes to the other two questions.

29/09/2009 jess: hi,is it compatible with mobile broadband dongles? and Adobe Flash?

SteveF: Yes and yes.

04/09/2009 Julie: Can you conect a USB memory stick and a printer to the Netbook?

SteveF: Yes you can.

03/09/2009 Stephen: Hi is this good enough for word processing and spreadsheets etc.. or it really only good for internet browsing. Would a more expensive model be quicker on intrenet or it that dependent on broadband speeds

SteveF: This would be fine for office tasks and internet browsing, which netbooks are really built for. The speed of the internet is largely depend on the broadband speed.

07/08/2009 dana: can u please tell me what no optical drive means and does it have windows

SteveF: An optical drive is a dvd/cd drive and this netbook comes with Linux.

01/07/2009 Sean: can you watch videos on youtube and stuff on this

David J: Yes, this will be ok for watching videos on youtube and general internet browsing