n310-backSamsung has launched the N310 netbook in the company’s home country of Korea. The netbook was first unveiled in March, and is expected to sell for between 900,000 KRW and 1,000,000 KRW  or about $672 and $747 US.

The netbook, which features a rubberized case, a nice large keyboard, and a standard battery that’s reportedly good for up to 5 hours will likely cost less when it’s released in the US and Europe. But the western versions may not come with the same integrated wireless broadband WiBro and HSDPA features that the Korean model has.

via Portable Monkey

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3 replies on “Samsung N310 now available in Korea”

  1. After seeing the article regarding the use of the 1000HE keyboard in the 1000HA, i’m really curious if the keyboard for this N310 will work in the NC10….they look similar in geometry…though I guess it is pretty unlikely that the screw holes would be similarly placed.

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