WEIRD DEALS: Android 4.0 laptop for £99

A reader browsing today’s listings on deals portal Wowcher found this oddity up for sale, a 10″ Android 4.0 powered laptop that could be yours if your ignore those ALARM BELLS ringing in your head and pay £89.99 and another £10 in postage and packing.

The unbranded N10 “Netbook” is powered by a variant of the relatively capable 1.5GHz AllWinner chipset that’s usually found inside today’s unstoppable tsunami of budget Android 4.0 tablets, so it ought to work approximately as advertised.


The 10.1″ display runs at 1024×600 resolution, there’s 512MB of RAM and 4GB of onboard storage, plus three USB connectors and an SD card slot. It’s one of the more random purchases you could make today. Thanks to reader Frank for the spot. Full spec here:

N10 Project Description

CPU: BOXCHIP A10 Cortex a8
RAM:512 MB
LCD 1024×600 Resolution
Touch panel Mouse.
Hardware: WiFi 802.11 b/g
Keyboard: 82 KEY (English / Portuguese / French)
3G: Support external 3G
CAMERA: Front Cam0.3 ( 0.3-5M Optional)

Speaker: 2* 1W
AC Adaptor: 5V/2A
Battery: 2000 mAh/3.7V (2000-4500 mAh Optional)
Mic: Internal OTG Can be directly support the hard disk in high-definition movie,Digital camera, mobile phones, U disk, card reader,mutual sharing data, such as printers and support connection OTG function
Interface HDMI No
USB: USB2.0x3
Charger: DC5V DC IN
Earphone: 3.5mm earphone
Operating system: Android 4.0 system
Display:10.1inch TFT LCD
Language: Danish, Dutch, German, Greek, English, Spanish,Finnish, French, Hindi, Hebrew, Hungarian, Indonesia, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Latvian, Lithuanian, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Serbian, Slovak, Slovenian, Swedish, Tagalog,Thai, Turkish,Ukrainian, Vietnamese, Chinese
Browser: Opera,UCWeb,SkyFile,Dolphin and more
Game:support 3D game
Expansibility:Software to download for free
Google market of as many as 20000 excellent Format
AVI(H.264,DIV,DIVX, XVID), rm,rmvb, MKV (H.264, DIVX, DIVX, XVID),WMV,MOV,MP4 (.H.264, MPEG, DIVX, XVID),DAT(VCD),VOB (DVD),PMP ,MPEG,.MPG,,FLV(H.263,H.264), ASF ,TS, TP,3GP,MPGand more
Run time: 2-3 hours run time

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  1. This looks just like an Android ‘laptop’ I saw on a shopping channel the other day (yea, I know, what was I doing watching) and it was horrid! nice idea, but so unresponsive as to be almost useless. But then, for that price, hardly surprising :)

  2. I’m going to guarantee that it is a 1.1 or 1.2 GHz processor with the graphics chip clock speed added on top to get to the 1.5 GHz figure.

  3. Rik Hemsley

     /  September 25, 2012

    I wouldn’t give this to my dog. If I had a dog. And it had a use for a laptop.

  4. If you had a dog and if it had a use for a laptop I think it would, most likely, be insulted if this came anywhere near it.

    Problem with all these deals is that those who are not in the know and buy one get a terrible experience of android and it really doesn’t do the os any good at all. When have any of us ever heard of an iphone user complain about iOS?

    Both the advantage (openness) and disadvantage of an open os vs a walled garden.


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