Samsung Announces New Mini Notebooks

April 29, 2009
N110 notebook

Samsung Electronics today announced the N110 and N120 as the newest additions to their mini notebook lineup. The N110 and N120 are both currently available through Samsung.com and online retailers with an MSRP of $469 and $459, respectively.

The N110 mini notebook's compact design, 10.27'' (W) x 1.19'' (H) x 7.3'' (D), is lightweight, only 2.78 lbs, and capable of being stowed in a briefcase or travel bag. Despite its size, the N110’s keyboard has an ergonomic-friendly 93% full-size keyboard and a 10” LED SuperBright Glossy Backlit Display, along with a 6-cell (5900mAh) lithium battery providing battery life up to 9 hours of continuous use. With a 1.6GHz processor, 1GB of RAM and 160GB hard drive, this mini notebook is functional for browsing the internet and software applications.

N120 Mini Notebook

The N120 mini caters to those looking for a richer multimedia experience. While also compact, 10.71'' (W) x 1.71"' (H) x 7.4"' (D), and weighing only 2.8 lbs, the N120 features the convenience of a 97% full-size keyboard with trackpad, along with a 6-cell (5200mAh) lithium battery providing battery life up to 6 hours of continuous use. Its SRS 2.1 channel system, featuring two 1.5 watt stereo speakers and a dedicated subwoofer offers a high quality sound and integrated 1.3 megapixel digital motion camera provides video-conferencing capabilities.

N110 Notebook

• Dimensions: 10.27'' (W) x 1.19'' (H) x 7.3'' (D)
• Intel Atom Processor N270 (1.60GHz, 533MHz, 512KB)
• Genuine Windows XP Home (SP3) operating system
• 1GB (DDR2 / 1GB x 1) of memory
• 10.1" WSVGA (1024 x 600) SuperBright© Glossy Backlit Display
• 160GB (5400 rpm SATA) HDD
• 802.11b/g, Bluetooth 2.0 + Enhanced Data Rate
• 10/100 RJ45 Ethernet
• 3-in-1 Card Reader (SD, SDHC, MMC),
• Three USB 2.0 ports
• Headphone-out,/Mic in; Integrated Mic
• VGA Out (15-pin, D-sub)
• 1.3 Megapixel Web Camera
• Six-cell (5900mAh) Lithium ion battery for up to 9 hours of use
• 3 W Stereo Speaker (1.5 Watt x 2 )
• One-Year International Collect and Return Warranty

N120 Notebook

Includes almost all features of the N110 except for the following:
• Dimensions: 10.71'' (W) x 1.71'' (H) x 7.4'' (D),
• 3 W Stereo Speaker (1.5 Watt x 2 ) with Subwoofer
• Six-cell (5200mAh) Lithium ion battery for up to 6 hours of use
• 97% Full-size keyboard

Source: Samsung

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