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SAMSUNG NP-NC10 NETBOOK, BLACK, EXCELLENT CONDITION

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A great little netbook, in immaculate unmarked condition having been rarely used. The netbook has been restored to factory settings and comes complete with Samung charger and soft case.
Condition: Seller refurbished
Time left: 2h 6m
Postage: £7.50
Item location: Chippenham
MPN: NP-NC10-KA06UK
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