I learned two things today. First, the Samsung NC10 netbook was recently featured on the QVC  shopping channel in the UK. And second, there’s a version of QVC in the UK. The network is based in suburban Philadelphia not too far from where I sit writing this blog post, but I had no idea how far its reach was.

As expected the hosts talk about the Samsung NC10 as if it were the greatest thing since sliced bread. But I have to say, they do seem to get most of the elements right. The NC10 is one of the most highly rated netbooks due to its excellent build quality, screen, and battery life.

You can check out the video after the break.

via Eee PC News

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4 replies on “Samsung NC10 hits QVC channel”

  1. The Acer Aspire One w/ 120 GB HD and 3 cell battery was on QVC here in the states earlier this week. They wanted $598 before rebate for it! $498 after rebate.

    That’s a hefty premium to pay for ordering off the TV. If only there were some way to order things using a screen and a credit card that cost less…

  2. We have QVC in Germany for a decade now… and believe me, they sell a lot (used to work in their call center for 2 days as a student before i couldn’t stand it anymore :p)…

    Yeah, these guys are all over the globe

  3. 298.00 United Kingdom Pounds = 447.398 United States Dollars
    Not a bad price at all

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