|Screen Size||10.1 inches|
|Screen Resolution||1024 x 600|
|Max Screen Resolution||1024 x 600 pixels|
|Processor||1.6 GHz Intel Atom N270|
|RAM||1 GB DDR2|
|Memory Speed||800 MHz|
|Hard Drive||160 GB SATA|
|Graphics Coprocessor||Intel GMA950|
|Card Description||Graphics Media Accelerator950|
|Graphics Card Ram Size||128 MB|
|Wireless Type||802.11 B/G, 802.11B|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||3|
|Average Battery Life (in hours)||7.5 hours|
Samsung N120-12GW 10.1-Inch White Netbook - 6 Cell Battery
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I was a little worried that a netbook would not be 'enough' but so far it has been outstanding!
This particular netbook is far nicer looking and seemingly more durable than ANYTHING i've seen at local stores. Although the screen is advertised as 'glossy' it is not overly so and looks nothing like the HP and Asus 'glossy' screens. The keyboard is fantastic and the built in track pad works really well. Battery life has been very good - I got close to 8 hours the first time I charged it. This netbook is comfortable to type on and has rounded edges. The speakers are decent and certainly better sounding than many other netbooks on the market.
I recently loaded Office 2007 - it runs just fine. I also UN-Loaded the pre-installed McAfee software, replaced with AVG and that was a good decision - things are much faster without McAfee. I plan to upgrade to 2 gb of RAM but right now everything runs just fine with the installed 1 gb.
Although a netbook will probably not ever replace my laptop, it is perfect for the times i want/need to have computer access for internet, email and word processing/office type work. The convenience of being able to take this very portable, lightweight machine with me is a real bonus!
Although this netbook is a bit more expensive than some others on the market, I think it's worth the extra money.
Well, it arrived yesterday (5/14/09), and after charging the battery and playing around with it for a few hours we decided to return it and buy another NC10. If I had never had an NC10 for comparison, maybe this would have been fine, but in comparing them side by side, I felt the N120 was slightly inferior.
The first thing that stood out to me (I am very picky about screens) is that the screen was not as easy to read as the matte screen of the NC10. I observed the same photos on each computer and felt the colors were not as accurate, nor as readable as the NC10's screen. It was bright enough, but the impression one would get from looking at both side by side is that the matte screen of the NC10 was overall a bit brighter and easier to view, especially off axis. When I brought the 2 netbooks outside to try them out on the back porch, it was over. The N120's glossy screen made it nearly impossible to see what was happening, as the sky and trees reflected back into the screen, while the NC10's matte screen was completely readable and usable. Also, as I continued to look at both, I kept thinking that the N120's screen was smaller somehow, so I took out a measuring tape and sure enough, the NC10's screen was 1/4" taller than the 120's, and they were both the same width.Read more ›
The rounded or beveled edge along the front of the palm rest is really comfortable and it seems there isn't really much more palm rest area than on the NC10.
I logged into Pandora and played some tunes because naturally I wanted to check out that subwoofer. hehehe. It appears to basically be a bit larger speaker on the front left side, along with the 1.5 watt speakers in the bezel around the display. The volume turn up only 25 percent was plenty loud and when you turn it up all the way it is VERY loud. That Acer by comparison is very, very weak as is the NC10. I was surprised that the subwoofer seem to give it much more depth and clarity. I am very, very pleased with the sound.Read more ›
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been years and it still works, it was windows xp, now i put linux on it and it works just as good and i upgraded the hard drive to ssd. much fasterPublished 9 months ago by ct
Comfortable an easy to carry it with me. However, I had problems with the screen, not once but twice.
Somehow it get cut off.
Years later, this little guy's never missed a beat. Used only for email and web, it's no powerhouse, but still a satisfying piece of computer hardware. A trustworthy too.Published on June 29, 2014 by Better than McCarthy
I am a firm believer in the lightest person with the fewest bags will always win the travel wars. This Netbook was perfect and even in the days of iPads and tablets, you can't... Read morePublished on May 26, 2014 by John R.
it still works after 4 years! the battery doesn't hold a charge as well but my experience is most don't.
I purchased it to carry overseas for traveling. Read more
I like this little netbook but it has its limitations. No place for a CD. Can't get auto fill. I use it only for E mail and internet. I like its size. Read morePublished on March 20, 2013 by Dave
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