Samsung Laptop NC 10 Review

The New Samsung NC10 is one of the interesting choices for the Netbooks. With Samsung NC10, now you can do even more on the move. It stands in market with the few couple of plus points including a good screen, great battery life, and keys sized appropriately for human hands. This netbook can keep your health too, NC10 features silver ion powder coat in the keyboard that makes people keep it from bacteria.





Samsung NC10 Laptop is equipped with the Intel Atom N270 processor. The maximum processor speed is 1.6GHz. For giving you better performance, the unit has L2 cache memory with an installed size of 512 KB. Hard drive of this laptop has a storage capacity of 160 GB. Installed RAM size is 1 GB. RAM technology is DDR2 SDRAM with a maximum speed of 667 MHz. The card reader supported is 3 in 1 card reader and the supported flash memory cards are SD Memory Card, Multimedia Card, and SDHC.

Long lasting Battery upto 10 hrs/ SRS sound with 2.1 channel speakers/ultra portable/Easy typing – full keyboard

Also Featuring:

long battery life: 

Samsung NC10 Laptop delivers longer battery powered performance of up to 10 hours* for maximum freedom and mobility.

Ultra portability:

Samsung NC10, weighing just 1.33Kg*, makes it more lighter 25.90cm (10.2) mini notebooks as compared to other, so it can be widely used for maximum mobility on the move.

Fully featured for simple data sharing:

NC10 also features advanced connectivity tools, including a 3-in-1 memory card reader, 3 built-in USB ports, and Bluetooth 2.0+EDR* (Enhanced Data Rate).

For full feature list, you can checkout @ Samsung’s NC10 site

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Not that there’s anything wrong with that. And we like the excellent battery life, second only to Asus’ Netbooks. So, if extra-long battery life is more important to you than HP’s big keyboard (although the NC10’s keyboard isn’t bad either), Lenovo’s expansion slot, or Dell’s customization options (no SDD or Linux options here, for example), then you’ll be pleased that Samsung finally decided to sell its wares stateside.

Next to HP’s Mini 1000, the Samsung NC10 has the best Netbook keyboard we’ve seen. The slightly tapered keys (which Samsung claims are 93 percent as big as a full-size keyboard) are easy to use, and no important keys have been shuffled around to inconvenient places (although the Tab key is half-size). The touchpad, on the other hand, is hard to use. It’s long but very narrow (only a little more than 1-inch high), which makes scrolling vertically through long Web pages or documents cumbersome.

When it comes to the keyboard, the NC10 easily bests those on the MSI Wind and Eee PC 1000H. The 93 percent–full size layout is comfortable, and the raised keys provided nice tactile feedback. Unlike the Eee PC 1000H, the panel didn’t flex at all. The feel of the keys and the size of the keyboard isn’t all the NC10 has got going for it: unlike the 1000H and the Wind, the key positioning of the NC10 is near perfect. The right Shift key is full size and directly below the Enter key. When typing this review in WordPad we rarely mistyped words.

Short Summary from CNET

The good: Excellent battery life; decent, nearly full-size keyboard.

The bad: Bland design with no outstanding extras; too-small touchpad.

The bottom line: The Samsung NC10 is a completely average Netbook in every way, but we like its keyboard and love its long-running battery.


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