The Samsung N150 was one of four new netbooks announced by Samsung for 2010 at this years CES.
When the N150 was announced in the press release alongside the other three netbooks, more attention went on the N210 and N220 with their 12 hour battery life, and the “ultra-durable” Samsung NB30. But the Samsung N150 looks like it deserves it’s fair share of the attention.
While the N150 claims a shorter 8 hour battery life (6-cell 4400mAh battery), it has a very nice design which has a “mark and scratch resistant case”, no more finger prints! It also uses the latest Intel N450 1.6GHz processor, and 1GB of RAM.
Sascha from NetbookNews.Com have given the Samsung N150 a hands on at CES and seems very impressed with what he sees. He calls it his favorite netbook from Samsung’s portfolio, and likes the design and feel of the netbook, along with it’s anti-reflective display.
It is also very slim at just over an inch thick (1.05-inches), and weights 1.24kg.
Update: The Samsung N150 is now available for $349!
Update 2: View the Samsung N150 review!