Great little netbook, perfect for the everyday computer user.
19 July 2013
Excerpt: I bought the Samsung NC10 Plus nearly two years ago, originally for college as it is smaller in size (10.1 inch) to my normal laptop, and claimed to have a long battery life (13 and a half hours), thus I wouldn't need to take my charger into college with me and search out empty plug sockets.
Excerpt: Small and mighty When my old dinosaur of a desk top computer finally gave up the ghost I was secretly pleased as it meant that I could treat myself to a nice new shiny laptop. Having a browse round the shops nothing really caught my eye and they all looked a bit intimidating to be honest. Computers have never really been my thing and all I really use them for is the internet, facebook, photos and music so I wasn't sure that I really needed 4gb RAM and a 360GB Hard drive.
A fantastic little computer for those who need to use one outside the home on a daily basis.
13 March 2012
Excerpt: Aesthetic: I've had my netbook for several years now and it really has been one of the best items I've ever bought. In my work I travel a lot and wanted something more compact than a laptop so I didn't have to carry a big laptop bag or backpack when I was out and about. Not only does mine completely fit the bill,also as it is white it is more stylish and sleeker than many others I have seen on the market.
Summary: I have had this laptop for about 9 months now. I love its battery life (14 hours on a long distance flight was conservative), and the laptop has also the functions that I need (writing emails, web surfing, word processing). It is well made and easy to use. What is not to like!
Was a good choice when it came out, but many better options now exist
24 December 2011
Excerpt: Most netbooks (at the time this was released), had basically the same specs, 1024x600 resolution, 10.something inch screen, Intel Atom 1.6GHz processor, 1GB RAM, small hard drive, wireless network capability, and a reasonable battery. The NC-10 seems to take all these specs as building blocks, rather than rules. The processor and memory may be standard, but most other things are improved.