Samsung N110 Unveiled and Reviewed, the Newest Netbook to Beat

n110_fl45leadSamsung struck a serious cord with its NC10 netbook, and is now revealing its second 10-inch netbook. The N110 improves on a few of the pain points of the NC10 including its cramped touchpad. As you can read in our full review of the N110, Samsung has expanded the touchpad and couples the system with a higher capacity six-cell 5900 mAH battery that gets over 7 hours of battery life. Beyond those changes the N110 gets a slightly more professional looking chassis with a black glossy lid and red border. Other than that the specs remain the same as the NC10 including a 1.6GHz Intel Atom processor, 1GB of RAM, 160GB 5,400 rpm hard drive, and Windows XP Home Service Pack 3. It also sports 802.11b/g wireless, and Bluetooth 2.0. When and where can I get the Samsung N110, you ask? The N110 will be available the first week of April through Amazon.com and other etailers for $469.99.  Check out our exclusive full review of the Editor’s Choice netbook.

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  1. Jez - Samsung netbook Community Says:

    N110? What’s the difference between this and the N310 announced on the Samsung Korean site? Seems same spec and photo?

  2. Jez - Samsung Community Says:

    Ah, never mind, I see the differences now. Looks like this is an updated NC10!

  3. stradivariuus Says:

    Samsung upgrades? Can´t play videos 1080p, same chip, no wi-fi/n. More battery like 7 hours okay, trackpad/touchpad seems a little bit larger…

    Let´s face it the price would be perfect if it had those 3 things + hdmi….

    I still prefer Asus Eee PC 1000HE.

    I´m going to wait for the release of the Asus 1008HA 12” That´s the one I want. Nice baby there….

  4. Alex Says:

    Hey guys,
    just recognized that samsung.com says that the maximum memory for the N110 is 1GB is this true?? would be a reason for me to purchase the NC10 special edition instead of the new model, because the only difference is the design (which I prefer on the N110) and the possibility to upgrade to 2GB Ram (which i of course prefere on the NC 10 Special Edition)

    can anybody tell if its just a mistake of samsung??
    HELP :)

  5. Compguy Says:

    To Alex:

    No, the max is 2 GB.

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