Samsung 10.1" Netbook featuring Intel Atom Processor N450P - Pearl White

I've been wanting a Notebook for university for a long time now, and I finally found the one with the help of my boyfriend:

The Samsung N150P is sleek, compact and designed to keep you in touch with your digital world. It features a 10.1" display, 160GB hard drive, Wireless N, and plenty of inputs so you can stay connected to your peripheral devices. And with an Intel Atom processor and 1GB system memory, you'll have the power to work for up to 8 hours on a single charge.

Product Features

The Intel Atom processor and 1GB system memory offer the ideal power for this mini companion. This dynamic duo helps you work with basic applications and surf the Web while the system runs fast, smooth, and for as long as 8 hours on a single charge (dependant on usage).

  • The 10.1" Led-backlit display is ultra-vibrant so everything you see is crisp and clear, while keeping the N150 compact enough to toss in your bag
  • Store your most important files on the 160GB hard drive
  • Wireless N lets you explore your online world at any wireless hotspot
  • 3 USB ports let you connect with compatible devices to work or play
  • Quickly transfer content with the 3-in-1 media card reader
  • Pre-installed Windows 7 Starter Edition

Picture and description from Best

It's not the most beautiful - I would have like it in black, but the only color available was this ugly pearly white -  and it's absolutely not the one I would have chosen if it wasn't for the battery life (it lasts up to 8 hours). I got it on sale at Best Buy for $319.99 instead of $349.99, which is a pretty good deal for a 6 cells. In fact, the main deciding factor for me was the battery life because I need it to be able to last through a day at uni.

 I don't like the red stripes either -_-

See how small it is? And it only weights 1.24 kg!

Of course, it requires some practice to get used to the tiny keyboard (it's a 83 keys). I'm typing so fast that I always make mistakes as I often press two keys at once.

And besides that... it has a hard drive capacity of 160 GB, so of course I won't be using it to store pictures.

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