n310 nc10

While the Samsung N310 (or Samsung Go, as the company calls it in the US), features the usual netbook specs including an Atom CPU, Windows XP, and a 160GB hard drive, the netbook has a visual quality that sets it apart from the crowd. It comes in a handful of bright colors, and has a rubberized case with the Samsung logo emblazoned across the top.

If you want to know just how different this netbook looks from a more traditional mini-laptop, check out vijaycmistry’s Flickr photoset of his new Samsung N310 hanging out with a Samsung NC10 netbook. Both machines are about the same size, but the N310 has rounded edges and a much brighter, more colorful look.

via SammyNetbook and the SammyNetbook Forum

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2 replies on “Samsung N310 unboxed, compared to NC10”

  1. IMO; it looks nicer than the average netbook computer. I think this is a plus. If one is to be noticed, one should stand out from the ordinary. Perhaps this will become a trend? netbooks not looking geeky but fashionable?

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