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Friday, 12 September 2008 17:41

Samsung's netbook finally pictured

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Looks Apple-esque in white

The first pictures of Samsung's rumored netbook have finally appeared showing that this isn't yet another piece of vaporware. Our colleagues from Whatlaptop have managed to score first pictures of this little thing that looks a bit Apple-esque, at least in this white color.

As rumored before, this is a 10.2-inch model and it is going to be available in three different colors, white, black and blue. The keyboard should be very spacious as Samsung decided to ditch the extra media keys and to push the power button to the side of the netbook. As for the connectors, these are the same as on any other netbook out there. The right side will feature the VGA, audio, USB port, and on the other side Ethernet, power and two more USB ports.

The specifications are still a well kept secret, but you can expect it to go with Intel's N270 Atom, 1024MB of memory, Windows XP and probably a standard hard drive, 80 or 160GB. The battery is a 6-cell unit and Samsung claims over five hours of battery life. The price should be in the similar league with other netbooks.

Here are the pictures, and you can read more here.

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