Excerpt: Neatly styled netbook. Its performance is very good. Intel on board graphics does video with no bother. Really can't fault it. Battery life amazing - I charged it up when I got it and didn't need to charge it again for a fortnight. Does 7 hours constant use which makes it a great tool....
Summary: I just got this netbook after doing much research on them and am very pleased with my purchase. Nice, solid netbook with all the goodies I need. Perfect for traveling, especially flying, which is why I bought it. Easy setup, love that XP was on it versus Vista.
Pros: Adequate Storage, Compact, Fits in my handbag, Good Battery Life, Lightweight
Summary: I picked this netbook up for school and my research paid off. This may be one of the priceier ones but its worth it! Runs quick and the battery lasts me through a full day of classes (7-8 hrs) and I simply plug it in at night like a cell phone. Never thought that was possible! Real nice product.
Summary: Can't rave enough about this little guy. The battery just keeps going and going, and the 6-cell is well incorporated into a nice body design. Nice functionality, display and keyboard. I use it to work off Citrix-based apps from work and home as I travel, without a hitch. Easy to hide when traveling. The best bang for your buck for lightweight portability, preferred to other brands.
Samsung N110 KA04: Samsung makes another great product
2 July 2010
Summary: In my opinion, netbooks are really only useful for basic word processing or other desktop publishing software whilst on the move, however you wouldn't expect the punch this little computer packs, rivalling even a decent laptop! It can run a surprising amount of applications concurrently, even with just 1GB of RAM. Too boot, the computer is relatively fast.
Pros: Stylish, cheap, value for money, all-rounder. Lag-free.
Summary: I have owned a number of laptops over the years and also have a desktop, but after seeing a friends netbook i decided to get myself one. After extensive research i settled on the N110 and can say i am not disappointed. This netbook has effectively replaced my desktop and older laptop for all but the most processor intensive tasks. Here's a quick run of some of the plus points and down sides (although most have good work arounds) + It is light and really portable.
Pros: Small, light, and can do all but the most processor intensive tasks
Cons: A few minor niggles but you can find easy workarounds
The crowded netbook market gets a new leader in the Samsung N110
28 June 2009
Excerpt: "...the production line, the new Samsung N110 netbook is the replacement for the brilliant and very successful NC10 model. It is evolutionary rather than revolutionary in terms of specification, but as the NC10 was widely regarded as being one of the best netbooks, this is no real criticism. For the uninitiated, a netbook is a mini-notebook computer, usually with a less powerful processor, designed for very mobile users or those that need to perform ...
Pros: Well designed keyboard, fantastic screen and long battery life .
Cons: Price creeping up, No N wireless, glossy lid picks up finger marks easily .