Samsung updates netbooks; N210, N220, N150 and NB30 models have all that you look for

January 4, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran


The Samsung netbook range has been updated with the company adding new models of the likes of N210, N220, N150 and NB30 to its line. Powered by Intel’s latest Atom N450 processor, the new netbooks bring to the user a top of the line Internet experience.

The new range has been built to feature an exemplary choice of designs and succeeds in bringing in aspects of ultra mobile computing to higher levels. Added to these is the astoundingly longer battery life each model boasts of. While the N210 and N220 has the capability to run unhindered up to 12 hours, the N150 and NB30 have battery life of up to 8.5 hours and 11 hours respectively. Really impressive is this feature and is made possible owing to the fact that power consumption is snipped by their energy efficient LED display. Samsung’s own Enhanced Battery Life solution plus the optimized processing performance add to the life.

The new Samsung range, comprising the N210, N220, N150 and NB30, also boasts of adding new levels to the visual experience. Samsung has incorporated 10.1″ LED anti-reflective display that helps in making movies and images sharper than ever before. Further, if you are the user, you can add more charm yourself by brining in to play the integrated Easy Resolution Manager tool. With the help of the tool, you will be able to alter the screen resolution as you want it to be. The models also come with integrated digital livecam. To be available this month in most of the EMEA, the Americas and Asian countries, the new Samsung netbook range comes as slim beauties and incorporates the Korean major’s new crystal pattern design, except for the N150. The N150, in turn, comes with an integrated hinge with smooth movement and high quality connection.

All said, the new range seems to bring in a total enhancement in computing technology. We are just waiting for the day to be announced and of course to try and get more details on the pricing.

(Via Engadget)

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