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The Samsung N150 is one of a handful of mini-laptops powered by Intel Atom N450 processors that Samsung introduced last month. It’s one of the cheapest new models, with a rather ordinary looking plastic case and a battery that’s good for up to 7.5 hours (as opposed to the 11 to 12 hours of run time Samsung is promising for the NB30 and N210/N220 netbooks).

CNET has posted one of the first reviews of the Samsung N150. Overall, the reviewer finds the netbook to be a mixed bag. He finds the keyboard to be a little cramped, but he likes the touchpad which supports multitouch gestures.

The 4400mAh battery provided just over 5 hours of run time in a Battery Eater test. Since Battery Eater is designed to constantly stress the CPU, you should expect closer to 6 or 7 hours of web surfing or other light duty activities.

The Samsung N150 is available from Amazon for $349.

via Eee PC.net

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18 replies on “Samsung N150 netbook reviewed”

  1. i have this netbook the screen contrast is very low i have netbook screen contrast is up please help me

  2. my dad bought me this model in qatar..its just ok ,it runs too slow.

  3. I have this one. I bought it two weeks back,
    it running very slow, plzzzz tell me what is resion or

  4. but im not very happy with their combination of colors. nut its ok mine runs perfectly..thanks to samsung

  5. I have this one. I bought it, 344$ from saudi arabia
    it’s good right now, I like a battery life. it’s about 6 hours with surf net

  6. This netbook is amazing..im using it right now..it is fast and easy to handle because it is a light weight type. Thanks for my big sister for giving me this kind of gadget..i love her and i love SAMSUNG.

  7. tnx for d comment now i’m using n220, im glad and proud to have this..tnx guyz

  8. i have this netbook right now and it is really fast and easy to carry around. im glad i made the right choice.

  9. Fairly decent priced. Actually netbooks should not cross the $350 barrier. Otherwise, nobody will buy it. Even if people do, there won’t be volume.

    Infact, netbook buyers are aiming for $299 and below.

    So, to all those manufacturers of netbooks coming up with $500 machines, pls do some market research. People rather go for a CULV.

    Don’t be stupid and charge more/higher just because, for example, the hard disk has been upped from 160GB to 250GB.

    It makes no difference to the lay person. 160 or 250 really has no effect on the consumer.

    1. actually it do has an effect basically 160 is lower than 250 but o agree with the point that netbooks must be $300 and below since if it does go up people would rather buy notebook if their preference is disk capacity, screen size and processor speed, yet people rather choose netbooks for mobility even though it crosses its boundary.

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