Summary: This unit was great after we opened it up,and plugged the wireless card back in(it came unplugged to the previous owner, lousy set up holding it in electrical glue gum! We installed windows7 and 2G's in it and it's been super!
Excerpt: As a self-confessed gadget lover I did get a little bit excited when I started seeing loads of these dinky little laptops about the place. I think that the concept is excellent and really suits people whose main concern is surfing the net and sending emails.
Excerpt: I decided on a netbook as the best solution to my travel problem: a multifunction laptop storage tool and a capable, lightweight eReader compromise. I have a 17″ laptop workstation replacement that I do battle with in transport - bulky, heavy, power hungry.
Excerpt: I’ve owned the samsung NC10 for 5 months. It is very pretty, 160gb hdd, I upgraded to 2gb ram(comes with 1gb but cheap to upgrade to 2), atom n270 1.6ghz processor, 6-cell battery, wifi, bluetooth, wired lan, and a 10.2 inch screen.
Excerpt: It has been over 3 months since I have owned my Samsung NC10 and must say that, I really have no complaints. It is a beautiful and cute machine. Mine is the black version with faux chrome trimmings. It looks very stylish.
Excerpt: I travel a lot and usually I have to carry my laptop with me, so I have been looking for a light laptop for a while. I have a laptop, but it is very inconvenient for carrying around on account of its weight.
Summary: I've had the Nc10 for about 3 weeks now and so far its working excellently. The computer runs just as fast as any normal full size laptop would, provided you don't bog it down with too many windows open at once (multitasking isn't exactly a strength of the Intel atom processor). Despite that, I've found the computer capable of running more complex programs than I would have thought a netbook capable of, such as Photoshop.