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Samsung hasn’t really introduced the N140 netbook in the US yet, and it’s not clear if the latest model will even be available in the states. But the company has been giving the N140 a little publicity push overseas.

French site Blogeee dug up a promotional video designed to indicate that the laptop has an all-day battery, while German site Netbook News.de found a whole slew of images of the laptop in colors including black, white, brown, and purple.

The mini-laptop features an Intel Atom processor, 10 inch. 1024 x 600 pixel display, and 1GB of RAM. It weighs measures about 1.2 inches thick with a 6 cell battery and weighs about 2.8 pounds.

You can check out the video after the break, or hit up Netbook News.de for more images.

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5 replies on “Samsung N140 netbook gets official(er) – photos and videos”

  1. I’m confused by all these model numbers. The N110 neatly got rid of the NC10’s tacky chrome strip (which was really a nice retro touch 🙂 and the Go cleaned up the edge area around the ports and added the nice rubbery finish.

    I suppose the N113 with its mono audio and (sometimes) 3 cell battery is a step-up for promotional purposes to the N114 or maybe an econo model for people who truly don’t want/need (or can’t afford the few extra bucks for) the 6 cell N114.

    I wonder if they have they stopped making the NC10 and the N110.

    1. I think that photo is to show that at 2.8 lb you can take it along even if you’re traveling so light that you can’t take a comb 😉

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