Summary: THis is a netbook is no different to any other netbook out there: Intel Atom, 1GB Ram, no graphics etc. But at over £300 when I bought it (and returned it for a cheaper model) it is a rip off. The keyboard looks like an apple style keyboard but is incredibly cheap feelings, the casing is quite cheap but not terrible, the computer is slow as it's been given Windows 7 to handle and not XP like it should have, and as it's a netbook most features of the OS are stripped out.
Excerpt: I got this netbook for christmas in the Mint blue colour. It really is a great, lightweight netbook that is really easy to use. My netbook was upgraded to Windows 7 but Im sure the standard XP was fine. Keyboard is easy to use and a great design. You dont have tiny keys to type on its quite like a normal laptop. Screen is also great and just like a sheet of glass. Only negative about this netbook is the battery life. It isnt great and I get maybe 2 hours out of it.
Summary: I received this netbook as a Christmas present. I was absolutely thrilled with it in almost every way but one. It comes with XP and not Windows 7. For the most part this probably wont make much a difference to many people. But as a slightly techie/geeky person I was really looking forward to getting a machine with Windows 7 on it and seeing how it would do. I would recommend this for anyone wanting a small, lightweight, portable computer.
Summary: Very stylish and well designed netbook!! Everything is beautiful on it!! I just love the peble design! Sometimes it's a bit laggy running windows 7 starter but in general it runs anything smoothly. Value for money!
Summary: This product is all about the portabillity. Its neat compact and stylish. Make sure you get one with a 6 cell battery. They are doing a new one now with windows 7 basic, which if you like the idea could be the one for you, the ones with XP have the older operating system, with less cracks to smooth out however, and the functionality of a full operating system not a cut down one. Upgrade to 2gb of ram if you buy this.
Summary: This really is a great little netbook. It's robust, stylish, small but not too fiddly to use. I had no problems adding software, which doesn't seemed to have slowed it down, the battery life is incredible and the screen quality is wonderfully clear. I'm really pleased I bought this product. It was also recommended as the best laptop for commuters in this months (Oct 09) Focus magazine.
Summary: The good things first. Fantastic battery life; neat, compact design; good screen; sensible-size keyboard that doesn't require fingers like matchsticks; terrific back-up system; excellent 160GB harddrive. Bad things. Crappy sound quality; desperately slow; niggling faults. This is a very good notebook to buy as a highly portable backup to your 'main' computer. But it simply doesn't have enough speed to be your one and only computer.
Summary: I bought the samsung n310 a month ago and I'm very happy with it. It is light, well design and comfortable. The keybord is excelent (93% size) and the pebble style is really useful, but the main feature is the led display. Really bright with good definition. The only thing to complain about is the trackpad button.
Summary: Hey guys! I bought the N310 as I thought A) it looked pretty snazzy and compact and B) it served all my basic PC needs. It succeeds in both these respects. Firstly it is very good looking and is not easily marked or scratched as i feared it might. I also feared that the massive self-promoting 'SAMSUNG' they imprinted on the lid would be garish but it's very subtle and decent. The keyboard is great, not a great deal (8% apparently!