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Samsung N110 - 10.2in Netbook
Samsung N110 - 10.2in Netbook

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  • Samsung N110 - 10.2in Netbook
  • Samsung N110 - 10.2in Netbook
  • Samsung N110 - 10.2in Netbook
  • Samsung N110 - 10.2in Netbook
  • Samsung N110 - 10.2in Netbook
  • Samsung N110 - 10.2in Netbook
  • Samsung N110 - 10.2in Netbook
  • N110-KA01 10.1" Netbook - Atom N270 1.60 GHz (1024 x 600 WSVGA Display - 1 GB RAM - 160 GB HDD - Intel 945GSE - Bluetooth - Webcam - Windows XP Home - 9.50 Hour Battery)


May 8, 2009, 5:34 am

Its always nice to see a product get updated but does this really add anything to the NC10?

The red stripe instead of the "chrome" is pretty but thats about it!

Is the touchpad button still a rocker style like the NC10? That is the only downside to the original! My NC10 gets more use than my desktop machine or my xps1730 - well when I can pry it from my good ladies hands!


May 8, 2009, 7:38 am

Somehow it looks more 'handsome' than NC10 at first glance :-)

Kinda sad that it's rare to find Samsung netbooks in Malaysia though..


May 8, 2009, 2:47 pm

I'm the only one who prefers the chrome, then?


May 8, 2009, 3:12 pm

When oh when will you be reviewing the NC20??? This was the form factor that for me would be ideal, and I've been waiting with anticipation to see your opinion!

Or has that boat sailed?


May 8, 2009, 7:29 pm

I hope to see a TR review of the Dell Mini 10 sometime soon, but it can't be easy with the constant roll-out of tempting upgrades that Dell keep on unveiling. It looks like an exciting system for sure.


May 8, 2009, 9:33 pm

Apart from an opportunity to increase prices, what is the point of this new machine? And what is the point of reviewing it? I bought a couple of NC10's for my kids, and they are great. If I bought one now, it would be the NC20 - a 12" screen is better than 10" and the trackpad is also bigger. Processing power, memory and Win-XP are perfectly adequate, while battery power and portability are everything on both.

The N120 (not N110) is at at £359, almost as much as the NC20 at £374, while the original NC10 is only £302. The choice is still between the NC10 and the NC20, and the N110 (N120?) is irrelevant despite the red trim :-)

Oh, and I am an Australian too; "up-weight" isn't Australian and "run rate" is simply a cricketing term, perhaps less familiar in England :-)


May 8, 2009, 10:03 pm

Hmm. Apparently the N120 is the same 10" screen model but in a bigger NC20 chassis to accommodate a slightly bigger keyboard. But why not pay an extra £15 for the NC20 and get the bigger screen as well? Samsung marketing are crazy, even if the basic product is good.

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