Samsung NB30 Pro will be available in late May through Samsung resellers for an MSRP of $519. The Samsung NB30 Pro specialized netbook has been adapted from the NB30 consumer model launched earlier this year. The rugged durability of the original model has been enhanced with features designed for the business user including Windows 7 …
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Samsung Go N315 has the best combination of features and options of any of netbook available. Samsung Go N315 price for $429 from Amazon. It has a 10.1-inch (1024 x 600) matte display, powered by a 1.66GHz N450 Atom Pineview processor, 1GB RAM, 250GB HDD and Windows 7 Starter. Other features include a 1.3MP webcam, Wi-Fi (b/g/n), three USB ports and a 4-cell battery good for 4.5 hours of runtime. If you need a fast laptop just for the net, then I highly recommend the Samsung Go N315. Love it!
Samsung N220 with a 10.1-inch LCD screen with 1024 by 600 resolution. Comes with the new energy efficient Intel Atom Pine Trail CPU, 1GB RAM, a 250GB HDD and Windows 7 Starter. Of course you also get the promised 11 hours of battery life. The overall performance is very good. Price tag starting from 349-399 Euros. That means we should see this netbook hit the U.S. in the sub-$500 price range. Samsung N220 netbook temporarily surfaced on the website of a French retailer, although the listing was quickly removed.
Samsung N220 running Atom N450 processor got over 10.5 hours of battery life, it still gets in a full day of computing. I think Netbooks might find a niche in the small segment of the market that would sacrifice, power for a few more hours than ULV’s, and still want a low cost. I think $300 – $350 should be at the high end $250 – $299 mid range, and $146 – $249 lower end. Getting the price down rather than increasing features should be the emphasis.
Samsung N140 has fast speed, for gaming like World of Warcraaft, etc. And long battery life, It’s not mobile if you’re chained to power cord. Touchpad is flushed and buttons are not too sensitive, for the most part they work and I plan to get a wireless mouse anyways. Overall, great product, good quality, best bang for your buck. Similarly spec’ed notebooks at 10.1″ runs around $400, this one is a no brainer if you’re looking for a netbook. I’m fairly happy with everything else.
Samsung Go Netbook cheap $100 if they subscribe to Times Reader 2.0 for a year until March 2010. The Times reader is a very developed format and is a joy to use. For business it is a must, if you want to know what is happening to money around the world. NYT wants $179.40 for a one-year sub, more importantly, I want to read NYT.
Samsung N130 is a super netbook for $299.99. It’s a perfect fit at a perfect price. Build quality is solid as you would expect from Samsung. The N130 is solid, yet light, boasts a 90%ish sized keyboard (works great with my big fingers) and has a 5.8 hours of battery life, real world. Video is the greatest on here, YouTube is OK, video files are slightly choppy especially at full screen.
Samsung N110-12PBK is great. Good sound, Great battery life (extended battery) and the Graphics card is very good. It runs the Sims 3 perfectly, albeit at a low resolution, but with all the eye candy turned on in the game its still looks really good and runs very smoothly. I bought a bluetooth mouse for her and it connected and works will with the built in bluetooth of the laptop. The build quality is some of the best i’ve seen.
Samsung N130-13B card sound is very good, With external speakers and subwoofer sounds good. In general the laptop work without problems and wake up in only 5 seconds, in mode sleep. Great specs and performance for the price. System is very responsive and I haven’t had a hiccup yet. If you want quick word processing, email, facebook, etc… this one’s incredible. If you want office, pick up the home and student edition at the same time you buy the computer for around $79-$99.