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Samsung N210 10.1-inch Netbook (Intel Atom N450 1.66 GHz Processor, 1 GB RAM, 250 GB HDD, 6 Cell Battery, up to 11.2 Hours, Webcam, Windows 7 Starter, Black)
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- Intel Atom processor - increases energy efficiency to extend battery life, whilst delivering enhanced mobile performance
- Longer lasting battery life - the N210 delivers over 11 hours of power to keep you going all day long
- Designed for you - an ultra-stylish, premium design lets you express your personality and enjoy a fashionable lifestyle
- Get started in seconds - the N210's innovative HyperSpace 'Instant On' capability allows you to turn on your netbook and immediately go online and check email without waiting for Windows to boot
- Windows 7 - the next generation of operating system
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This item Samsung N210 10.1-inch Netbook (Intel Atom N450 1.66 GHz Processor, 1 GB RAM, 250 GB HDD, 6 Cell Battery, up to 11.2 Hours, Webcam, Windows 7 Starter, Black)
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|Connectivity Technology||Bluetooth||VGA; HDMI||USB, micro HDMI||WiFi Data Exchange||Bluetooth; Wi-Fi; USB; HDMI||Bluetooth|
|Processor (CPU) Model||Atom||Unknown||Atom||Atom||Atom 230||Celeron N2840|
|Processor (CPU) Manufacturer||Intel||Intel||Intel||Intel||Intel||Intel|
|Processor (CPU) Speed||1.66 GHz||1.92 GHz||1,440 MHz||1.33 GHz||1.8 GHz||2.16 GHz|
|Display Size||10.1 inches||10.6 inches||29.4 cm||11.6 inches||11.6 inches||11.6 inches|
|Hard disk Description||HDD||ssd||eMMC||emmc||—||emmc|
|Hard Disk Size||250 GB||64 GB||32 GB||32 GB||32 GB||16 GB|
|Item Weight||1.2 kg||—||0.98 kg||1 kg||0.91 kg||1.1 kg|
|Operating System||Windows 7 Starter||Windows 10||Windows 10||Windows 10 Home||Windows||Chrome OS|
|Processor Description||—||—||—||Intel Atom Z3735F||—||Intel Celeron N2840|
|System RAM Type||—||DDR3 SDRAM||DDR3 SDRAM||DDR3 SDRAM||DDR3 SDRAM||DDR DRAM|
Designed to let you express yourself even when you're not logged on, the N210's ultra-stylish, fashion-forward looks accentuate your on-the-go lifestyle. Not only is it available in both black and white, it boasts a multi-layered effect on its cover. The N210's unique, sophisticated crystal finish and refined, distinctive pattern enhances its uncommonly cool appearance. Designed so you stand out. Even when you're sitting down. Because a life on the go can often trip you up, the SAMSUNG N210 was crafted to n
Sometimes you just want things to work. The Samsung N210 with extended battery life delivers up to 11 hours of power for secure connected mobility all day long. This exceptional performance is guaranteed by the energy efficient LED display, optimised processing performance and Samsung’s class-leading engineering so with the Samsung N210 you’re always ready to go anywhere and do anything.
The N210 is finished with an ultra-stylish, premium design which lets you express your personality and enjoy a fashionable lifestyle with a distinctive colour, ergonomic design and highest built quality. To reducethe risk of scratches, the robust, scratch-resistant Samsung durable casing is designed to prevent finger marks and is more than capable of withstanding the everyday bumps and knocks of a mobile lifestyle.
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The N210 is larger, but still very portable and acceptably light. General build quality seems good. Its appearance and finish is very smart, although my preference would not have been for the shiny lid. The 10 inch screen itself however has a matt finish which is infinitely better than the fashionable glossy screens, which have problems with reflections. The screen resolution of 1024 x 600 is still smaller than I would like, but is as good as you will currently get in 10 inches without spending hundreds more, and works much better for web pages than 800 pixel wide screens, perhaps because 1024 pixels is a common design size for the web. The keyboard and touchpad are excellent; the small right shift key is the only misfeature. The wired and wireless connectivity is comprehensive, barring a 3G modem, which is still a surprising rarity in netbooks. Battery life in my hands seems not too far from the manufacturer's claims: I would say a touch over 10 hours of light use.
The new Atom N450 CPU used here does not have the speed of a Core i7 or some such heavy duty processor, but the power usage is less than previous Atom generations (and much less than an i7), and its capabilities are more than good enough for the vast majority of everyday tasks like web browsing or word processing. You would not choose to perform heavy CPU tasks like video editing or cutting-edge games on an Atom-based computer.
The provided Windows 7 Starter Edition is just about adequate, but in view of the designed limitations, I reluctantly followed Microsoft's plan: an upgrade to Home Premium. I was also able to run a Linux live DVD (Knoppix) although the Linux wireless drivers for this machine are still maturing at the time of writing.
As for most new PCs today, various pieces of trial software are installed. I simply removed the software, not a difficult task. The annoyance disappears quickly.
Overall I remain very pleased with this smart netbook, with its good screen and keyboard, and excellent battery life. Highly recommended.
- To use while my proper laptop was being repaired.
- As a second laptop so that I can keep on playing when my wife needs to access the net to do some research
- To bring with us and stay in contact with our family when we travel abroad.
I chose the N210 after reading many articles and reviews about Netbook. The Samsung was not always on top but it was always with the top bunch. From what I saw, most of the netbook out there are pretty similar, but the deciding factors were:
- The great reviews of the keyboard which I thing is very important on such a small scale
- The bluetooth, very useful to sync and upload photo from mobile
- The look (always important when a women is involved in the decisions making
Being my first netbook, I can't really help and tell you this one is better or worse than an other, but here are my impressions:
The installation of windows 7 was smooth and relatively fast, Samsung add it's own little programs, which are quite good, but also add some trial which can be annoying. The HyperSpace instant-on OS (similar appearance as smartphone) is a bit limited in customisation, but I'm sure it could be useful in long haul flight as it's supposed to extend the battery life.
The battery started with an impressive 10hrs on windows 7 (in theory 11h30 if using the hyperspace instant OS), now after a month of daily use, I get around 6hrs on a full charge. This might sound disappointing compare to the first charge, but this is still quite decent.
The Keyboard is great, it was my first preoccupation, but it's almost as easy to use as the one of my 17" dell M90. My only critic would be that I find it a bit cramped on the right side from the @ to directional arrows. But overall quite easy to get use to.
The mousepad is not bad but I find it to close the left/right mouse button which are too close to the edge of the netbook. They did what they could with the space they have, I don't think other netbook are any better.
Starting is fast and general processing speed is decent. I chose to get rid of internet explorer which is quite bulky, and install Google Chrome instead. Normal browsing is only slightly slower than on my dell M90, the difference come when you start multiple tab browsing it then get quite slow some time as slow as on my old pentium 4.
The integrated webcam gives a clear picture, but you have to close all other application if you want a decent frame rate while video chating (again I think most netbook are the same)
The sound is ok quality but a bit low to my taste at highest volume.
Connecting to my network printer and other computer was straight forward (thank you windows 7)
When browsing you start asking yourself the question, did I make the right choice. As, although the screen quality is very good, it's still a 10", and when browsing you have to do a lot of scrolling. Actually reading in general can be a pain, even when using office or pdf.
Overall, I think the N210 is a great netbook and if you are sure it's a netbook you want, I'd definitely recommend it. My only advice would be to you make sure a netbook is what you need. It's certainly great for travelling, if you need the extra battery life or as a spare, if you don't intend to use it very often. But if you want something to work on during your 2 hours train journey, I would personally get a proper laptop at least 13.3" as in the long run, all the scrolling can become pretty annoying.
Excellent so far. Connected wi-fi at home with no trouble, I like the Homegroup feature in W7 that allows me to look at folders in my PC. Have used on train to London and back, with the battery lasting all day - did about 5 hours work and the only problem I had was that the train bounced around too much to do fiddly Excel formulae.. Runs Office 2007 perfectly, great for access to the net. Have today loaded all my music on to it and the only negative is that the speakers sound a bit tinny, which didn't really surpise me. Found the web-cam, but haven't used it to contact anyone yet.
Can't fault it, would recommend it to anyone.
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