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Pictures of Samsung's Netbook Emerge

Discussion in 'News' started by btarunr, Sep 12, 2008.

  1. btarunr

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    It looks like Samsung has finally decided to take the dip into the ULPC market with the announcement of a netbook slated for October. Pictures of this unnamed netbook have emerged that shows a milky-white, slightly Apple-ish chassis with a 10.2" screen. Only the most essential keys make it to the keyboard, omitting special multimedia keys.

    This netbook is said to ship with the Windows XP operating system, it is driven by a Intel Atom N270 processor with 1 GB of memory. Storage configurations could have 80 or 120 GB HDD as standard. It comes with a 6-cell battery for a rated operation time of roughly 5 hours.

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    that made me laugh.
     
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    That mad me? That mad, Me laugh? That mad me laugh?

    You mean that made me laugh?
     
    jbunch07 says thanks.
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    mmm, i wish that comes in black (no glossy black, just black matte)
     
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    Grammar Nazi much? As long as you get the gist of what he meant to say I don't think nit-picking is a nice thing to do.


    Back on topic, I'd love to see how this stacks up against ASUS's offerings...
     
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    I think "Grammar Nazi's" are OK, if they are genuinely pointing out an error where someone is getting something persistently wrong. So long as it's done briefly and diplomatically.

    But "Typo Nazi's"? :shadedshu
     

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