Summary: We’re fans of the budget-priced Samsung N130’s ergonomics. However, when compared to the N140, which is only $50 more, it comes in behind in overall performance and—more importantly—battery life. If your budget is flexible, the N140 is definitely the better choice. If $349 is your sweet spot, however, you can also pick up a Toshiba mini NB205 running Windows XP, which has comparable benchmark scores and hours more battery life, for around the same price.
Pros: Matte screen, Excellent keyboard and touchpad, Bundled with several useful apps and utilities, , p p
Cons: Disappointing battery life, Weaker sound quality than N140, SD Cards stick out when inserted, Underside gets uncomfortably hot,