Samsung N150 LTE Netbook Announced

Samsung have unveiled their Samsung N150 LTE netbook that has a 10.1 inch WSVGA screen and an Intel Atom N450 Pine Trail processor. The new netbook’s screen has a resolution of 1024 x 600 pixels and is backlit by LED. The netbook has the option of a touchscreen if desired.

RAM on the N150 netbook is set at 1GB and for storage it has a 250GB hard drive. For connectivity the netbook has Bluetooth and wireless LAN. 3G connectivity is also being made available.

Three different operating systems can be chosen from when ordering the Samsung N150 which are all Windows based. You get the choice of Windows XP Home, 7 Starter or 7 Home Basic. As well as the 250GB hard drive mentioned above, the actual netbook comes with a 160GB drive with the larger 250GB being optional.

Wireless connectivity allows it to connect to 802.11b/g and n networks. The wired Ethernet port is 10/100 compatible and Bluetooth is the 2.1+ EDR version. The N150 is an LTE netbook and features integrated 3G/4G connectivity. For graphics processing the netbook uses the Intel GMA3150 on-board chip.

On the sides of the device a 3 in 1 card reader can be found that accepts SD, SDHC and MMC memory cards. Three USB 2.0 ports are included. Headphone out and mic in connectors can be found and the device also has a built in mic. For output to an external screen a VGA port is also included.

The netbook has a 6 cell battery that provides up to 8.5 hours of usage on a single charge which of course, will change as demand on the processor will effect this.

No release dates are known just yet although we can expect to see it arriving later this year for an unknown price.

Via: Akihabara

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