Summary: I bought this item because my son needed urgently a netbook to operate a large program CD. The netbook I bought boasted both WIN7 and WIN8 systems and though the HDD was only 100Gb, I reckoned that it would suit my son's needs. However, running two operating systems did not go down well with the pc, as it tended to freeze. The small screen was hopelessly small for a large viewing program. The 1Gb ram was too slow for such a large program.
Excerpt: Before I bought my laptop I had this little piece of equipment for awhile as I needed something to use when away from the desk. The look of the Samsung N150 Plus is lovely, I have absolutely no complaints about that. It's sleek and stylish, feels good and is light to carry around. The screen isn't very big for for general word processing jobs it has good quality. However my big problem with this netbook is the processing quality. It can be extremely slow.
Excerpt: This netbook was bought primarily for my mum to store her music and to use for some light internet browsing. Initially it performed well, but the problems started with greater use. The small size and portability meant that the whole family started using it around the house and as such the hard drive was nearing 75% capacity. At this point, turning it on alone takes upwards of 5 minutes, then opening a browser takes another 5.
Excerpt: For a relatively cheap, small netbook the Samsung N150 Plus far did not much surpass my expectations. It is quite sleek and not too heavy and so is ideal for taking on the train or other transport for work. The keys aren't too small either and the screen is a sufficient size for everything except spreadsheets which can be a little bit of a pain.
A good netbook, well suited to people just wanting to browse the internet and few other tasks.
16 October 2011
Excerpt: My mum wanted a small, portable laptop for browsing the internet, a small amount of word processing and updating her iPod Shuffle through iTunes. I found her this Netbook, which was an attractive proposition due to its price, and the fact it is a Samsung. For what she uses it for, it performs admirably. Google Chrome opens without too much delay, and standard webpages (Facebook, Gmail) load quickly and without incident.
Nice machine, Shame about Windows 7 performance, Switch to XP Pro or consider something more powerfu
29 June 2011
Excerpt: Being a gadget lover I thought it would be handy to get something small that I could take anywhere and use on long public transport / plane journeys without doing any research on netbooks I bought one of these last christmas off the shelf from a Currys Superstore, The Specs for such a small netbook are quite impressive even if they are standard now days, For the £250 I paid this is what I got Atom N450 / 1.66 GHz - RAM 2GB - HDD 250 GB - Builtin Webcam + Microphone -...
Excerpt: I recently got the Samsung N150P in pink/white as an early birthday present and I am SO happy with it - I don't know how I ever managed without it! I had been after a netbook for ages, as I am always browsing the web and the laptop I was using was so big and heavy. Plus my husband and I were always bickering over it, so a little netbook for myself seemed like the perfect answer.
Excerpt: I have owned my Samsung N150 Plus for several months now and have to say that I have been very impressed thus far. It has good speed for both offline and online applications, considering that it is a netbook, and is one of the best on the market. At just over 10 inches it is a very small computer, and perfect for carrying into work or lectures. I am a student and currently own a Dell XPS 420 desktop.
Excerpt: At first I was a little skeptical about the use of a Netbook but after having the Samsung N150P for just a little over 3 weeks I can say im very impressed. It took a while for the system to load in for the first time but once your in the system works well. Yes it isnt quite as fast as a laptop but if you wanted laptop speeds etc you should buy a laptop.