The Samsung N120 netbook mixes things up a little by featuring a full size 12.1-inch keyboard, along with a 10.1-inch LED backlit LCD panel. So if your major complaint about netbooks is their smaller keyboards, the N120 could be ideal for you.
The larger keyboard will make typing easier, faster and more accurate, while the larger touchpad will make operating even easier. Samsung want us to see the N120 as the premium version of the N110, as it additionally features a 1.3 megapixel webcam, 3x USB 2.0, a 3-in-1 card reader and optional internal Bluetooth 2.0 + EDR.
Another great feature of the Samsung N120 is it’s large capacity battery, which can last up to 10.5 hours of runtime. The audio on the N120 is a big more beefy than most netbooks, with two 1.5 watt speakers next to the display, and even a subwoofer.
The Samsung N120 makes use of the Intel Atom CPU, along with their own chipset, but they don’t mention the exact Atom model. With a slim line, and light weight design, the 1.28 kg N120 netbook looks great.
Judging from the photos, we assume the Samsung N120 will be available in white, and black color options. The N120 should also be fairly tough, as Samsung states that it goes though 54 grueling quality assurance tests.
Expect to see the Samsung N120 early April in Europe, and world wide shortly after.
Update: The Samsung N120 Review has now been added to the site, where it receives great reviews.