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Samsung NB30 Mini Atom Laptop

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 Specification 1 

Intel Atom N450 / 1.66 GHz Processor
60 GB Harddisk
2 GB Ram
10.1″ HD LED backlight
1024 x 600 Screen Resolution
Webcam
Upto 2 Hours Battery Backup Time

 *Rs.7000* 


 Specification 2 

Intel Atom N450 / 1.66 GHz Processor
80 GB Harddisk
2 GB Ram
10.1″ HD LED backlight
1024 x 600 Screen Resolution
Webcam
Upto 2 Hours Battery Backup Time

 *Rs.7500* 


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Samsung NB30 Mini Atom Laptop Video Review

Samsung NB30 Mini Atom Laptop Review

This 10-inch Samsung NB30 Mini Atom Laptop with integrated touchscreen display should make professional work easier: specialized use such as stock keeping or on-site data acquisition should be navigable with only a finger. We test, whether the Touch-Mini lives up to its name.

Samsung’s professional netbook comes in two variants. The NB30-Pro Palm is available from 290 Euro and brings conventional netbook technology in an optically and haptically resilient case. The sister model, the NB30-Pro Palm Touch in this test furthers all of this with a matte display and finger input. A touchscreen display has also been integrated into the design. Samsung is aiming at business users or companies here, who would be looking for a mobile and stable data platform. In contrast to professional tablets or convertibles the NB30 Touch is more convenient and requires only a little unconventional thinking from traditional notebook users. We will be taking a general look at the netbook and a focused one at the finger input.

Keyboard

Though the keyboard is not the same as that in the Samsung N220 premium consumer netbook, its quality is also first class. The keys are separate from each other though there is little distance between them. Their corners are rounded, which makes gliding quickly from key to key a breeze. The keys have a clearly defined hub, a clear pressure point and a solid action across the entire keyboard. Markings for the blind on the F and J keys are not distinct. Perfectionists will complain about the small size of the enter and directional keys. As the photos will show, our test device was outfitted with an English-language keyboard.

Touchpad

The multitouch pad by Synaptics offers the usual settings for personalization. These settings are concentrated around the reaction speeds of the mouse or individual functions. For those who don’t know where to start when it comes to Multi-Touch, the feature can be turned off completely.

The surface of the pad, sensitive to the edges, is comfortably matte. The transition to the surrounding surface is somewhat jarring, though. The touch pad has unmarked horizontal and vertical scrolling abilities (able to be deactivated). The pad keys have a sufficient hub and click with a rattling noise.

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