|Screen Size||10.1 inches|
|Screen Resolution||1024 x 600 pixels|
|Max Screen Resolution||1024 x 600 pixels|
|Processor||1.6 GHz Atom N270|
|RAM||1 GB DDR2-SDRAM|
|Memory Speed||533 MHz|
|Hard Drive||160 GB|
|Card Description||2048 x 1536 - 85Hz|
|Graphics Card Ram Size||128 MB|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||3|
|Average Battery Life (in hours)||9.5 hours|
Samsung N110-12PBK 10.1-Inch Black Netbook - 6 Cell Battery (9.5 Hours)
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Top Customer Reviews
So far it has met all my needs and expectations for such a small computer. I have seen a lot of people give bad reviews to netbooks based on their lack of an optical drive, small keyboards/track pads, or their poor performance with 3D gaming. To these people I say - do some research and know what you are buying before you purchase it. It's a netbook people, not a 15" laptop that has been magically shrunk to fit in a 10" casing. Like all things in life, some things had to be sacrificed in order to achieve such a small computer. Processing power and track pad/keyboard size had to be decreased to fit everything into such a small package and get extended battery run times.
Before purchasing the N110 I had about a weeks experience with the Samsung NC10 Special Edition. I returned it to Amazon.com due to some squeaks and creaks coming from the casing on the left hand side. I know that some netbooks have flimsy construction and that this can be attributed to their low costs, but from the reviews I have read on the Samsungs, this should not be the case. Since the build quality's reputation on the Samsung is impeccable, I determined that I must have a defective unit and sent it back to Amazon. Amazon.com took it back with no questions asked for a full refund. Thanks Amazon!!Read more ›
Significant expert information resources I relied on: laptop magazine, cnet, Samsung, Dell, Hp, Asus. And of course, user reviews.
Hands on pre-purchase decision: With this model, I had none prior to purchase through Amazon. I checked out various competitor models at a couple of Big Box stores, but wasn't sold on any of them, even though the prices were lower. As with a couple of other unrelated purchases, the reviews for them seemed to match what I saw, so I assumed that the reviews for this unit that I hadn't seen must be reasonably accurate, and even more so for the performance test results.
So what have I found out since ordering and using the N110: The short answer is laptop magazine's glowing review and resulting Editor Choice designation is right on.
My own impressions in no particular order:
Internet access: outstanding through a wireless connection or with an ethernet connection.
Screen viewing: Outdoors - it is difficult to read the screen due to the screen's reflections. Indoors - rich and vibrant colors.
Screen images: No problems whatsoever when watching video content from sites such as youtube, mlb, abc. Text based sites such as NyTimes, Washington Post - crisp and legible.
Touch pad: Now past the learning curve, I like it. I am quite familiar with two button pads, and I like the rocker style.
Keyboard: Bigger is better. But you knew that already.Read more ›
The only things I would point out is that the red strip is not as visable as it is in the pictures. It is closer to black than shown here. Also, if you look closely at the cover, it also has a very faint red sparkle. My wife doesn't see it, but I swear it is there. That is how faint it is.
Also, there is no multitouch feature on the trackpad for two finger scrolling. Not a big deal. The only complaint I have is that thte Samsung logo under the screen was put on a little crooked. The keyboard was my biggest concern. I have big hands (I can palm a basketball) and it has worked flawlessly for me. I would highly recommend this netbook!
1. Nice bright display
2. Excellent battery life
3. Good keyboard size
4. Painless, high quality wireless connectivity
5. Three USB ports (at least one on each side)
6. Video output port for using 2nd monitor when it matters
7. Good audio & camera system for Skype, for example
1. Display always dims shortly after starting, so brightness needs to be manually restored (that's easy)
2. Often gets stuck on wake-up from sleep. So we now use hibernate when going into standby, that doesn't have a problem -- wakes up cleanly.
3. Touchpad scrollbar feature somewhat unreliable
I compared it to several other models and preferred its look and feel. The Samsung gives the impression of being a quality build.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I did quite a bit of research before deciding on this Samsung Netbook. A big selling point for me was the claim of long battery life and it has completely lived up to the promise. Read morePublished on December 1, 2012 by Jim
Absolutely wonderful! I don't know what I would do without it. I have large Sony Laptop for company work and hardly use it anymore. Read morePublished on December 5, 2010 by Trouble shooter
I love my little Samsung, but I had to send it back to repair the internet adapter in the first month (could not connect to internet). Now a year later I have the same problem. Read morePublished on November 21, 2010 by R. Tilton
We've had our Samsung N110 for over six months and have had ZERO issues with it. We primarily use it for web surfing, the occasional spread sheet and for iTunes. Read morePublished on October 21, 2010 by N. Jean
I was just looking for this kind of product, cheap, a lot of disk space and very portable, this fit my needsPublished on October 5, 2010 by J. A. Mezquita
I have 2 monitors for my desktop and both are Samsung for a reason. Samsung is my favorite electronics company by far. Read more
paid < $350 from b&h.
pros: xp home (not win7 starter), small, light (compared to regular laptops, even 12"), decent screen, keys (not keyboard) feel nice and... Read more
The GOOD: inexpensive, very portable, free cloth protective 'slip cover' case, large bright screen with good resolution, useful keyboard, great connectivity, surprising speed, (3)X... Read morePublished on March 7, 2010 by Gary S. Broom
I received this netbook as a gift last Christmas. I was a little skeptical about netbooks (I was really looking for an iTouch), but my wife did all the correct research and made a... Read morePublished on February 28, 2010 by R. Merriman