The Well-proportioned Sturdy design; cool color palette; matte screen. The Bad Narrow touch pad with flimsy buttons; cramped keyboard; merely average battery time. The Bottom Line 's solid N150 Netbook feels very roadworthy, but other Netbooks have a longer
One of the global leading brand in consumer electronics products, Samsung has recently started selling a new 10-1-inch netbook called the Samsung N150. The new Samsung N150 netbook comes bundled with some impressive configurations with an attractive design. It’s powered by an Intel Atom N450 processor, and preloaded with Genuine Windows 7 Starter operating system. It’s also featuring a 0.3 megapixel integrated camera, 802.11 b/g/n Wireless LAN, 3-in-1 (SD, SDHC, MMC) Multi-Card Slot, three USB 2.0 ports, and more. Just have a look on the below features list to collect more information on the new Samsung N150 .
It measures only 10.4 x 0.97 ~ 1.37″ x7.4″, and weighs around 2.73 lbs. Its standard 6-Cell Lithium Ion battery is allowing an impressive battery life. The new 10.1-inch Samsung N150 netbook is packed with an one year parts and labor warranty.
I have not purchased a Netbook, yet, but I will when I find what I want. I want an ARM-based system running Linux, preferably UBUNTU, with 1G of RAM and 8G-16G of Flash storage, without a hard drive. That's plenty of RAM for UBUNTU, and enough mass storage for my primary applications and whatever temporary apps I add from UBUNTU's Synaptic system (and remove when no longer needed). I want the stripped down system to minimize cost and maximize battery life. That's my $150 Netbook.