Samsung NC10 gets some Love from LaptopMag

Joanna Stern of LaptopMag reviewed a Korean version Samsung NC10 yesterday, and she favored it over other netbooks she have put her hands on thus far. The Samsung NC10 might share same under the hood specs like 1.6-GHz Intel Atom processor, 1GB of RAM, and Windows XP plus the 10″ screen size, but the keyboard and battery life are a big factor.

According to Joanna, the battery lasts more than 7 hours, and the keyboard is spacious which is more perfect than any other netbooks around. The shift key is also evenly placed below the enter key, where everybody loves it to be.

Laptop will also be reviewing the US version, definitely, but not yet.

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Last updated: April 14, 2011 |

Andrew is a longtime fan of portable laptops. Working as a tech journalist since 2004, he's had the chance to see these become better and better and now he's the Editor-in-Chief here at The site is mainly focused on Asus netbooks, tablets and mini laptops, but you can always find more about these devices over at , where Andrew spends most of its time. More on the About page. See all posts by .

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