Samsung intros N350 netbook with 3G and 4G connectivity

By on September 3, 2010, 5:45 PM
Among the dozens of notebooks being shown at IFA this year is one unusual specimen that features built-in support for both 3G and 4G networks. Samsung's N350 netbook sports a "dual mode" chipset that lets the machine toggle between HSPA+ and LTE, so users remain connected when stepping outside of 4G coverage zones.

Apart from that, the N350 is relatively "average," packing a 10.1-inch matte display with a resolution of 1024x600, a single-core Intel Atom N455 processor, 1GB of RAM, and a 250GB hard drive preloaded with Windows 7 Starter. You'll also find the typical 1.3-megapixel webcam, a multi-card reader, three USB ports, Wi-Fi and Ethernet.


The machine is expected to ship sometime in the relatively near future, but we haven't seen a concrete date, price, or carrier details for that matter.




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fwilliams said:

Why did they load it with brain dead Windows 7

Omnislip said:

Because Windows 7 is the best netbook OS by far. 4G seems a bit OTT to me - in the UK 3G speeds are roughly 2.5 Meg almost everywhere, so 7 meg is only useful for downloading massive files, which your provider wont be too happy about.

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