Samsung N210 - Intel Atom

  • Samsung N210 - Intel Atom
80
Based on 28 scores, 40 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    7
  • Good:
    13
  • Average:
    6
  • Bad:
    2

Pros:

  • Snappy to use Great feature set for a netbook Long 10hr battery life (in use)
  • Great design; bright screen; good touch pad.
  • Well built, Beautiful screen, Incredible battery life

Cons:

  • Keyboard slightly cramped in places
  • Bloated Win7 Starter install; no Bluetooth; middling battery life.

Expert reviews and ratings

By Evergeek on 80

Most netbooks sold today offer similar features, run on identical Atom powered processors and offer the same lightweight mobile computing options at very similar prices. A bit newer to the game, Samsung is looking to nudge its way into a market...

By InfoWorld on 60

The Samsung N210 is one of the sleeker netbooks we've seen--the all-white design is professional-looking and attractive--and the keyboard is almost as good as a regular-size keyboard. Though this machine falls short in video...

By Best4Reviews on 83

Samsung's N210 is an excellent netbook and sits right up there with the best of them. With a great feature set, excellent battery life and just good all round, well thought out design this is the netbook for anybody that needs one, the only things I...

By Maximum PC on 70

It's OK to judge this book by its cover By now, if you’re buying a netbook, you know what you’re getting: All the models of a given generation are the same on the inside. So with the internals out of the decision tree, how do you choose...

By CCE Reviews on

It’s interesting to see how devices which such identical hardware specifications can differ so much. Of course, the same could be said about almost any modern Atom based netbook out there too. What it comes down to is the actual execution and...

By Dev Hardware on

Today we'll take a look at two netbooks, the Asus Eee PC 1005PEB and the Samsung NP-N210-JA02US. If you think all netbooks are alike, you may be pleasantly surprised.The Asus Eee PC 1005PEB is a 10.1-inch netbook that can be found in a retail...

By DreamWare Computers on

After my wonderful experience with the Samsung N210, HyperSpace linux included, I can honestly say that I would not hesitate to spend a little extra on this netbook. Although like most netbooks it is fairly cookie-cutter, some of the more premium...

By AnandTech on

While Samsung has been a strong retail presence in the states for time immemorial, it may be surprising to note that they only made their push into retail computing within the last year or so. Samsung computers were big in the rest of the world...

By CNET UK on 85

The N210 doesn't do an awful lot different to its rivals, but that doesn't stop it being a solid all-round netbook. Its well-laid out keyboard, excellent screen and strong battery life make it an ideal travel companion....

By Expert Reviews on 80

It looks stunning, has great battery life and a very comfortable keyboard, but the screen let it down slightly and there are better netbooks for the same price....

By Pocket-lint on 70

Unexceptional fare from Samsung is lifted a tad higher thanks to battery and Instant-on start-up Key specs3.5mm jack, Bluetooth, Ethernet, MemoryStick, SD, SDHC, USB, VGA, Wi-Fi, Windows...

By TechCentral on

Overall, my experience with the Samsung N210 has been nothing short of fun, cool and easy. Most importantly, I value the stability of the machine and the fact that it does not lag. It beats my sluggish and slow AIO PC by miles. The Samsung N210 is...

By PC Authority on 83

With the N210, Samsung takes its excellent netbook range, and improves the looks and usability...

By Pureoverclock on

Aesthetically speaking, the Samsung N210 is not unlike most netbooks on the market, though it does have a bit of nice accents with the carbon-fiber styled finish and silver trim. The white or black version would look handsome in just about any...

By CNET Australia on 91

It looks like a netbook. It performs like a netbook. But the exceptional battery life makes Samsung's latest netbook really stand...

By CNET Asia on 75

Though it has some useful software tools, there's nothing special about the Samsung N210's components or performance. At S$849, it's much more expensive than comparable Netbooks....

By PC Advisor on 70

We found it difficult to get excited by a netbook that barely matches earlier models in performance and feels cheaper in overall build quality to boot. It looks more plasticky than a Samsung NC10 or N110, has discernibly no more performance than them...

By PC Mag on 80

Nothing in particular makes the Samsung N210 stand out in a netbook line-up, but it's a fundamentally sound netbook at a low...

By PCWorld on 60

The Samsung N210's matte screen is easy to see in various lighting conditions, but the colors are a little washed out....

By liliputing.com on

The Samsung N210 features an attractive design, a decent touchpad and good, but not great battery life. While I’m not a huge fan of the keyboard, I did find the laptop to be about as snappy and responsive as any Intel Atom N450 Pine Trail-based...