Samsung has added a new version of the Samsung N150 netbook to its web site. Like all of the company’s other N150 netbooks, this model has a 10.1 inch, 1024 x 600 pixel display, 1.66GHz Intel Atom N450 processor, 6 cell battery, and Windows 7 Starter Edition. What’s new is that this model will also come with a 3G modem for use with Verizon’s wireless broadband network.

The laptop weighs 2.7 pounds and Samsung says it should get about 7 hours of battery life.

I don’t see any information about pricing yet, but the Samsung N150 joins the HP Mini 311, HP Mini 110, and Gateway LT mini-notebooks in Verizon’s lineup.

Update: It looks like this model has come and gone. As of mid-2011, Verizon offers an HP Mini 110, HP Mini 311, and HP Pavilion DM1 notebook, but no Samsung models.

via Netbooked

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4 replies on “Verizon to offer 3G-enabled Samsung N150 netbook”

  1. My question would be where is teyh 3G card going? Did they remove the PCIe modem or wi-fi card, or is this model coming with an added PCIe mini slot….OR do all N150s come with an open PCIe mini slot?

    Very important questions! 😉

    1. No idea. On similar models they replace the WiFi card with a 3G and WiFi card. Not sure about this particular model.

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