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PostSubject: Samsung N150 Netbook - An evalutaion.   Wed Oct 12, 2011 2:03 pm

Asus may have kick-started the netbook revolution featuring a Eee PC, but Samsung has emerged among the dominant players in the market thanks to a broad range of devices that deliver style, comfort and superb construction. The N150 netbook, consequently, has a lot to surpass.

The keyboard marks a departure within the usual Samsung offering - rather then shiny, flat keys, the N150抯 buttons have rounded edges in addition to a matte finish - even so the quality is still huge. The keys feel responsive and welcoming and, regardless that there抯 not quite that much travel as we抎 such as, we抎 be comfortable utilizing the N150 for long keying sessions.



We were able to get up to speed quickly, too, in part with the sensible layout: the double-height returning key and normal-sized breathing space bar, shift and control buttons can be in their usual sites, and the standard keys will be of a good sizing. Our only qualm stands out as the delete key, which might be smaller than we抎 similar to.

Not much, really. Any N150's innards are significant and original, but it is chassis isn't particularly ground-breaking. The glossy black lid as well as its off-centre Samsung logo really are pleasant enough -- provided you won't mind having to cleanse fingerprint smudges off regularly -- and therefore the anodised red stripe throughout the sides adds charm.

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Additionally, the pre-installed software can delay the system抯 performance, that can become frustrating. As it only incorporates a 1. 66GHz Intel Atom N450 COMPUTER and 1GB of DDR2 SDRAM, multitasking isn抰 among the many netbook抯 strong points; it performs at the country's best when performing one simple task. In our performance tests, the N150抯 effects were solid.

The N150 is usually exclusive to PC Entire world. It's well priced, but as compared with earlier Samsung netbooks and additionally our current Best Decide to buy, the Toshiba NB305, any battery life is awful. The screen is equally disappointing, and despite the best keyboard, the touchpad is usually too small. The Toshiba NB305 seems to have over 10 hours' battery life in addition to a much clearer screen, making it feel like a better buy.

Connections include three well-spaced USB sockets (one over the left, two on the right), Ethernet, VGA socket for use by using a bigger monitor, and earphones and mic jacks. May 3-in-1 memory card site reader.

The graphics performance within the N150 is dependant on the integrated graphics controller from the Intel Atom N450 CENTRAL PROCESSING UNIT and it抯 not easily. You won抰 be in the position to play anything but most effective of games on the actual Samsung N150 (games which usually don抰 use complex ?mages for example), and even Flash-based game may run sluggishly on there.

Either way, the 1024x600 resolution within the screen isn抰 high enough to produce most games anyway. There is a Samsung electricity called Easy Resolution to use to bump up all the resolution to 1024x768 (you can do the same principal from the Intel Display Driver properties), but it again makes the screen start looking squished. Standard definition Xvid-encoded clips will play smoothly, but anything on top of standard definition will put an excessive amount stress on the product.

Below that is a fairly large (considering the length of the netbook) trackpad which has a button bar directly following it. The trackpad itself is convenient, sensitive enough to allow fluid motion along the screen and even multi-touch assist for scrolling, zooming and rotating your drive through commands.

While the performance on the Samsung N150 is typical on a netbook, its design aspires in the form of little more than run-of-the-mill. Mostly, the design is certainly executed, but it still looks a bit tacky in places. Acquire, the screen could look better. It has a fabulous matte finish, which we love simply because it means lights won抰 end up reflected off it, but all at once there is a sleek strip that frames any screen and becomes distracting when light reflects off the software. Another quibble relates towards unnecessary label that scans 慏igital Livecam? next towards webcam.

Get past the advantages and drawbacks of the design, which happens to be fairly typical, and you will get to start using the computer for what it was intended.
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