Samsung N140
Samsung N140

Samsung isn’t just rolling out brand new netbooks at CES. The company has also given some of its existing products a modest update by replacing Windows XP with Windows 7 Starter Edition. The new version of the Samsung N130 is called the N135, and the only real change is that it now runs Windows 7. It still has the same Intel Atom N270 CPU, 1GB of RAM, and 160GB hard drive as the earlier version.

The Samsung N140 doesn’t even get a name change. But it is now available with Windows 7 Starter Edition.

I got a chance to check out both models on the show floor at CES recently. You can find more pictures after the break.

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5 replies on “Samsung N135 and N140 receive the Windows 7 treatment”

  1. Ugh, Bezel treatment as well. Why not up the screen size a touch more? Less ugly…

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