Samsung demos world’s first Long Term Evolution (LTE) netbook

February 17, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Samsung’s new LTE netbook which has been bolstered with the presence of its own in-house designed LTE modem chipset Kalmia has been showcased in front of the industry and enthusiasts. Dubbed the world’s first Long Term Evolution (LTE) netbook PC, the device got demonstrated at the Mobile World Congress 2010. Kalmia, which enables the development of a small form factor netbook with LTE capability, was brought to the fore by way of a live video streaming via the company’s own LTE network equipment on the Samsung netbook N150. To be made commercially available with LTE, the Samsung netbook N150 would deliver faster speed, low latency and easy connectivity to users wherever they are.

The new LTE enabled Samsung N150 would come with a 10.1-inch anti-reflective LED energy-efficient display. The interface would work in tandem with the notebook’s optimized processing performance. To add to the charm, the Samsung brand of enhanced battery life solution would also be incorporated so that uninterrupted computing goes on for up to 8.5 hours. Sounds good, indeed!

The LTE aspect would let users put to good use the integrated Easy Resolution Manager tool to alter the screen resolution whichever way they want. Other features include an integrated Digital LiveCam for video-conferencing or live messaging, an internal microphone and headphone-out connection. The features actually look good, going by the details which are not too elaborate. We guess we will wait till it gets to the retail outlets to decide on when to buy one.

(Via Gizmag)

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