Summary: The N220 is a brilliant little netbook that just needs a tiny bit more in the screen, memory and networking department. With the combination of the excellent speakers, keyboard and connectivity though, we think this will appeal to a great many people indeed.
Pros: Subwoofer makes an actual difference to sound quality, Quad-band WWAN should connect to any Australian network, Three USB ports, Excellent keyboard, Two-year international warranty
Cons: Only 1GB RAM, 1024x600 screen, Low-level networking still a netbook staple
Summary: There are hordes of new netbooks that make use of Intel's latest revision to its Atom processor. Acer's Aspire 532, Toshiba's Mini NB305 and Sony's Vaio M are all built around the revolutionary design that reduces power consumption and increases graphics performance in one go. As good as they are, though, none of them can do smooth 1080p video out of the box. None of them except the Samsung N220, that is.
Summary: Samsung stattet das Netbook N220 mit den Komponenten aus Intels neuer Netbook-Plattform Pine Trail aus. Im Mini-Notebook sitzen der Prozessor Atom N450 (Taktrate: 1,66 GHz) und der Chipsatz NM10. Als Betriebssystem kommt Windows 7 Starter zum Einsatz.