Conclusion: The Samsung N120 could boast with welcome detail innovations in a few areas, but allows itself to take a grave step backwards just exactly at the most important interface to the user - the display.
Pros: Good manufacturing quality, Long battery life, Quiet, Adequate sound, Good input devices, Resistant and easy to care surface, The chic design, the long runtime and the good workmanship.
Cons: Reflective display with low contrast values and uneven illumination, Display lid has little twisting resistance, Unfavorable placement of USB and audio ports, Base's temperature development, A good display with a matt surface and better contrasts.
Excerpt: Samsung may not be as big in the computer market as they are in the television one (at least in the USA), but in the recent months they have made significant progress. One of their most successful offerings was the NC10 netbook , which immediately emerged as one of the best products available (and...
Summary: The Samsung N120 isn’t the smallest or lightest netbook on the market. And it doesn’t have the loudest speakers. But it is thin, light, and has some of the best
speakers I’ve heard on a netbook to date. And they totally justify the bezel around the 10.1 inch display.
Summary: The N120 is larger and slightly more unwieldy than the NC10, but it has a larger keyboard and better battery life. The keyboard could be improved slightly, and we're not big fans of the glossy screen, but on the whole, it's a very good machine. Just don't buy into the 'subwoofer' hype
Pros: Excellent battery life; large keyboard.
Cons: Keyboard lacks feel; no high-speed Wi-Fi or 3G; 'subwoofer' is a joke.
Excerpt: Samsung's N120 triumphed in our recent netbook labs, and it's still one of the best netbooks. It's also the only netbook we've seen with 2.1 speakers. None of the netbooks here has good enough speakers for enjoying music for hours on end, but the N120's speakers sound better than most.