There is no reason why it wouldn't. The device runs perfectly well with a window laptop. The software that comes with the device is for windows only. Having said that your laptop might struggle a bit (slow down while burning).
I am not familiar with your netbook but I assume it runs Windows and has a USB2 port, so it should recognise the drive because the protocols are standard. We have a Samsung laptop that the drive works with too. I have used Samsung's customer support to ask similar questions and have received reasonable answers, so why not ask them.
Being an entirely Mac user with a powerbook(which doesn't acknowledge Blue ray format)I'm the wrong person to ask but I bought this to read downloads saved to DVD to get them onto my desktop for conversion to more useable format Check with the Samsung website or customer service for minimum requirements.