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Samsung N510

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Overall 8
Performance 6
Battery performance 9
Display 7
Weight 9
Noise 9
Gaming performance 5
Connectivity 7
Keyboard 9
Temperature 9

Review Samsung N510 Ion Netbook

21 February 2010
  • Conclusion: The Samsung N510 is a netbook which distinguishes itself from the mass already due to its good basic characteristics . The good workmanship's and case quality, the low emissions, the relatively low weight, the anti-reflective display and the good battery life count to that. Above that, the Samsung N510 has configuration details that aren't in any way a matter of course and therefore offer a plus on value .
  • Pros: Robust case, Very good workmanship, Low emissions, Bright, non-glare display with WXGA resolution, Fairly fast graphic, HDMI, Good keyboard, Good mobility, Smooth FullHD rendering possible (dependent on format, software and files), Good converting performance with use of the CUDA engine, Limited gaming capability, The extended utilization range, due to Nvidia's ION and the form factor, without restricting the mobility. Samsung has also maintained the high-quality stan...
  • Cons: Port distribution, Contrast poor display with pallid colors, Only 1 RAM slot, Poor VGA quality, A contrast-strong and more viewing angle independent display, a second RAM slot... and maybe a second processor core?!
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Overall 7

Samsung N510 Review

LAPTOP Magazine
22 December 2009
  • Summary: Even though it's taken its sweet time coming to market, we like the Samsung N510. This 11.6-inch netbook combines souped up graphics with very good audio quality. Some may prefer the Ion-powered HP Mini 311 ($583 when similarly configured), which offers comparable battery life to the N510 but a slicker design. The $499 ASUS Eee PC 1201N , which features a fast dual-core Atom processor, is also a compelling value--if you're willing to live with less than 4 hours of juice.
  • Pros: Surprisingly good audio, Excellent HD video experience, Comfortable keyboard and touchpad, Best battery life among Windows 7 Ion netbooks, Very good speakers
  • Cons: A bit pricey, Long boot time, Outperformed by other Ion netbooks
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Samsung N510 review

24 November 2009
  • Summary: At the heart of practically every netbook beats a slow but steady Intel Atom, chosen for its worthy low power requirements. Now Samsung has, with nVidia’s help, opened up the multimedia possibilities in the Samsung N510, making the first Ion netbook. An inbetweener, yes, but one with graphics credibility. The presence of a larger, high resolution and matt finish LCD display further ticks boxes on the checklist for assembling a truly serviceable compact laptop.
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Overall 8

Samsung N510 - 11.6in nVidia ION Netbook

Trusted Reviews
26 May 2011
  • Summary: We've seen the power of nVidia's Ion in a nettop, now Samsung brings it to a netbook as well.
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Overall 9

Samsung N510 review

PC Advisor
23 February 2010
  • Summary: The Samsung N510 is the first netbook to use the nVidia Ion graphics chipset - in other words, the first netbook that can really do video.
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Overall 6

Samsung N510 review

16 December 2009
  • Summary: A decent netbook, but the price is too much for what you're getting
  • Pros: Pics look great thanks to Nvidia graphics
  • Cons: Graphics eat into battery life, pricey
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Overall 8

Samsung N510 review

30 October 2009
  • Summary: This isn’t the first netbook we've seen that’s supercharged its graphics performance by pairing an NVIDIA graphics processor with an Intel Atom CPU . That particular accolade goes to the Asus N10J , an otherwise ordinary netbook dressed up in a businessman’s clothing. The Samsung N510 is, however, the first one to use the official NVIDIA ION chipset . Judging by the spec sheet, there shouldn’t be any difference between this and the performance of the N10J.
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Overall 8

Samsung N510 notebook review

Pocket Lint
5 October 2009
  • Pros: Sharp, matt screen ideal for outdoor use, good 3D performance, excellent keyboard and design
  • Cons: Bland, colours lack vibrancy
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Samsung N510-anyNet

27 September 2012
  • Conclusion: Das Samsung N510-anyNet ist ein ganz ordentliches Netbook, das die meisten Ansprüche befriedigen sollte. Lediglich die Möglichkeit moderne Spiele zu spielen fehlt gänzlich aufgrund der schwachen Rechenleistung.
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Overall 8

Samsung N510: 11,6 Zoll Netbook im Test

30 December 2010
  • Summary: Die ersten Netbooks waren klein, sehr günstig und sehr rechenschwach. Trotzdem konnten sich viele Anwender für die Mini- Notebooks begeistern. Aber ganz oben auf der Wunschliste für aktuelle Netbooks stehen ein größeres Display, mehr Rechenkraft und aktuellere Schnittstellen. Diese Wünsche kann das Samsung N510 erfüllen: Das Netbook besitzt ein 11,6 Zoll großes Display, das 1366 x 768 Bildpunkte zeigt.
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