The Samsung NC10 netbook has been one of the most popular netbooks to-date, both in terms of great reviews, and also pure sales. Since this success, Samsung have released the NC10 SE (special edition) which among others, features an improved touch pad and battery life, and the NC20, which features a larger 12-inch display.
Now, with the new Samsung N110, they have released a true successor to the NC10, bringing the N110 to the top of the netbooks ranks.
The new Samsung N110 features the improved touchpad found on the NC10 SE edition, along with an improved larger keyboard which is 93 percent full-sized, and improved battery which lasts 8 full hours under normal usage. Most of the internal specifications in the N110 are the sames as on the NC10, with the 1.6GHz Intel Atom N270 CPU, 1GB DDR2 RAM (expandable 2GB), 10.2 inch 1024 x 600 LCD, and a 160GB HDD.
The external design has had a major re-design with the Samsung N110 now boasting a thinner base, black gloss finish on the lid, rounded edges on the palm rest, and a red stylish trim for a professional look. Other features include 802.11b/g WiFi, 3x USB 2.0 ports, 3-1 multi-card reader, audio input and output, Ethernet and VGA output.
The Samsung N110 weighs just 2.8 pounds (with battery), and measures 10.3 x 7.3 x 1.2 inches. Laptopmag reviewed the N110, giving it four out of five, and said, Samsung has created a near-perfect netbook with the N110. Thanks to the improved ergonomics of the touchpad, and north of 8 hours of battery life, it improves on an already stellar system and continues to beat out the competition.