UK news site What Laptop has posted the first official images of the upcoming Samsung netbook.

As I’ve previously reported, the Samsung netbook is due out in October and will have a 1.6GHz Intel Atom CPU, 10 inch, 1024 x 600 pixel display, and a 6 cell battery. It will cost aorund $550.

There’s not really much more to say about the pictures. There’s two of them, and if you visit What Laptop you can see a nice shot of the keyboard which, if you ask me, looks like one of the bestnetbook keyboards I’ve seen so far. It’s got a nice larger shift key on the right, under which the arrow keys are positioned.

via Engadget

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8 replies on “Samsung releases official netbook images”

  1. I may hope that the 6 cells will be launched at around 350/400 euros (550/600 dollar).
    I really want to buy this one in the Netherlands.

  2. I also thought that this netbook has the things I am looking for;
    6 cell battery, nice looks, good keyboard with a normal right shift and good quality of keyboard and touchpad (still have to see tests next months). Also it has winxp, 10inch and 3 usb ports.

  3. > a 6 cell battery. It will cost aorund $550

    Based on past performance in the netbook market, maybe we should read this as “around $600 with a 3 cell battery (6 cell models shipping several months later due to a global shortage)”.

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