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Samsung N130 10.1 inch Netbook (Intel Atom N270 1.6GHz Processor, 1GB RAM, 160GB HDD, up to 6 Hour Battery Life, XP Home Trial, White)
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- Intel Atom processor - increases energy efficiency to extend battery life
- 10.1 inch XD LCD display - provides sharper, brighter images, with a proper 16:9 aspect ratio
- Class leading design - slim and elegant chassis accentuated with unique colours and tactile styling
- Ergonomic Keyboard - a normal size, notebook PC style keyboard for easy typing
- Multiple Connection options - Wired/Wireless LAN, integrated Webcam and 3 x USB
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You want a netbook that delivers all the features you need at home but that’s portable enough to take with you on-the-go ─ and at a price you can afford. No problem. The N130 sports a stylish design with crave-worthy specs such as a battery that lasts long enough for you to upload photos, surf online and chat with friends. And images rich with sharp details and bold colours make every website, game and movie look great while a host of connectivity options makes getting online fast and easy. Get going with a netbook that understands what you need at a cost you can afford.
Affordability meets state-of-the-art technology
The N130 offers all the high-end style you’re looking for, without the high price tag. Worried about reliability? Relax ─ the majority of its components are manufactured by SAMSUNG so you know you’re getting nothing but the best. And its long battery life keeps you up and running for hours on end. The N130 netbook delivers more style, makes sure you have less to carry and is completely budget-friendly.
A picture that’s close to perfection
The N130’s 16:9 aspect ratio immerses you in games and movies with an accurate representation so you don’t have those annoying black bands crowding your picture. You’ll watch movies the way they were meant to be seen. And see images that are fine-tuned with the sharpest details and boldest colours on a 10.1” LCD display. An added bonus? It uses less power, so you can be entertained longer. Get more out of your on-the-go entertainment and enjoy a bigger, better picture.
Get online almost anywhere
Getting online on-the-go has never been easier or faster. 802.11 bgn* wireless, 3G modem* and WiBRO* for high-speed access to the internet? Check. The N130 has it all — even an internal microphone and headphone-out connection so you can easily stay in touch using VoIP telephony.
Stay connected even when you’re disconnected
You don’t have to sacrifice ports to be portable. In fact the N130 is packed with three USB 2.0 ports and a 3-in-1 memory card reader for easy data sharing.
Mercury-free, ultra energy-efficient and ergonomically designed, SAMSUNG’s computers achieve TCO 3.0 certification, a distinction that rewards products for both high performance and eco-friendliness.
SAMSUNG Recovery Solution
Peace of mind is here in the form of SAMSUNG’s Recovery Solution. It automatically and regularly backs up your PC data to the hard drive. So you can quit worrying and quit manually backing up your files.
There’s never been an easier way to keep in contact with your friends and family that live far away. With the integrated webcam keep in touch by video-conferencing or live messaging. You’ll enjoy the resolution and image quality of a still camera with the high frame rates of a video camera.
Easy Resolution Manager
See the whole picture on your netbook with our Easy Resolution Manager. If your program or game supports a higher resolution you can easily upgrade to 1024 x 768 to see more details, crisper images and bolder colours.
AC adapter frequency: 50/60 Hz
AC adapter input voltage: 100 - 240 V
AC adapter power: 40 W
Audio system: HD Audio
Battery life (max): 7 h
Battery technology: Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion)
Built-in microphone: Yes
Cable lock slot: Kensington
Card reader integrated: Yes
Colour of product: White
Compatible memory cards: MMC, SD, SDHC
DC-in jack: Yes
Depth: 18.550 cm
Dimensions (WxDxH): 263.8 x 185.5 x 28.5 mm
Display diagonal: 25.654 cm (10.100")
Display resolution: 1024 x 600 pixels
Ethernet LAN: Yes
Ethernet LAN (RJ-45) ports: 1
Graphics adapter: GMA 950
Hard drive capacity: 160 GB
Hard drive interface: SATA
Hard drive speed: 5400 RPM
Headphone outputs: 1
Height: 2.850 cm
Internal memory: 1 GB
Internal memory type: DDR2-SDRAM
Memory layout (slots x size): 1 x 1 GB
Microphone in: Yes
Networking features: Fast Ethernet, WLAN
Number of battery cells: 6
Number of built-in speakers: 1
Operating system installed: Windows XP Home Edition
Pointing device: TouchPad
Processor family: Intel Atom
Processor frequency: 1.6 GHz
Processor front side bus: 533 MHz
Processor model: N270
Product type: Netbook
Speaker power: 1.5 W
USB 2.0 ports quantity: 3
VGA (D-Sub) ports quantity: 1
Weight: 1.250 kg
Width: 26.380 cm
Wireless technology: 802.11 b/g/n
Top Customer Reviews
I returned the item recorded delivery over a month ago, but have received no refund. I contacted the people responsible but still chose not to give me a refund. My money has fallen through the cracks.
The product was returned and the seller knows that fine.
Firstly, don't be dubious of the battery life- having a 6 hour claim is a big one, but I've had 7 hours out of this on a good day on a single charge- this was when using Office, browsing the internet and using MSN Messenger... the best way to get more life out of it is to simply reduce the screen's brightness- you should never need it about 80% as is, but at around 60% I've noticed it gives you about another 90 minutes of battery life!
The netbook itself is lovely and lightweight, and it fits in anything that an A4 notebook will fit in (in my case a handbag). The power cable also has a compact, lighter block on it, again reducing the weight.
The keyboard IS almost normal keyboard size, and I only found it took a little getting used to. It's nice and responsive, feels very robust, and is even apparently antimicrobial! All I would say is the page up key is too close to the up and shift keys- quite easy to press accidentally.
I've never pushed the performance of the processor- I never bought this to be my everyday computer, so haven't tried any games to test out the CPU or graphics, but I'm more than happy to say that it runs fine with several MSN Messenger conversations on the go, more than half a dozen Firefox tabs, Excel and Word all going simultaneously. Nice, fast startup, too!Read more ›
Just one thing detracts from the all-round delight, the N130 was billed as battery time up to 6 hours. I know it has a smaller battery capacity than the NC10 etc. but I have been surprised to only obtain 3 hours. I have looked after the battery, fully charging it when new etc. but even on the economy settings and with the display brightness turned down I can only get around three hours use before having to recharge.
First off, the design is fantastic. Very clean, the battery is not too chunky, it is really light and i love the smoothness and the finish of the case.
I was a little worried as i'd heard about extensive set-up times but it is not signifcantly longer than the setup of any other laptop or desktop running windows. Obviously you have to register windows, and connect to the wireless and download virus updates but i had that all done within the hour (i wasn't sitting there watching it which probably made it go a little faster), although if i had it would have installed faster as on my return every ten minutes i found it waiting for some kind of input. However, to set everything up including norton antivurs (and uninstall McAfee) i did have to restart the PC three times before using it.
The only difference i'd say is that it asks you to set up a partition 'for restoration purposes' which takes 10 minutes.
Wireless works fine, easy and quick to setup, and i found it easy to download norton from the website (i didn't purchase an external cd/dvd drive), and it updated within 10 minutes.
I don't find myself missing any features i.e. bluetooth, and the single speakers are fine for watching things like youtube. I don't know why anyone would need portable speakers as if you are travelling you'd use headphones anyway so don't let this put you off. Free windows office is a bonus although i am still working out how to put in the key to buy a full license of Home and Student (i purchased this for another pc a couple of months ago).Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Excellent, well made and reliable.
Would highly recommend. 10/10
Good value for money, Looks great too...
I find this piece of kit indispensible to me. It gives me that freedom to roam around the house working whereever I wish without lumping a great big laptop about. Read morePublished on 22 July 2010 by Mr. R. T. GILES
A great little netbook for the price. I take a lot of photos when I go abroad for holidays and I need a laptop to download them. Read morePublished on 27 Feb. 2010 by Bridge
small light and quite fast. I use it for skype and mail mainly; If you work harder on laptop I would recommend a step up one with more power and longer battery life; ( the six... Read morePublished on 19 Jan. 2010 by Sergio Arellano
Excellent Quality and good value for money As Always Samsung give you what you buy plus a little bit more. Well worth having Hence I bought 8Published on 11 Jan. 2010 by Mr. S. Bryan
Well designed, does what it says on the tin. My only negative comment is the 10 inch screen which can be too small if your eye sight is not good. Read morePublished on 4 Jan. 2010 by Jay
I needed a good netbook for uni as I could'nt handle carrying a big laptop with me. This samsung one is great and perfect for my needs. Read morePublished on 4 Jan. 2010 by Ms. Z. B. Khan
A fantastic little computer would recommend it to anyone, very versatile and easy to use, good battery lifePublished on 31 Dec. 2009 by Ms. Pamela Leneghan
This was to be a Christmas present for my wife as we are always fighting over the laptop at home. Also wanted to have a portable computer for travel; thus the inbuilt camera was... Read morePublished on 29 Dec. 2009 by Philip Hooper