Samsung NB30 & N150 Pine Trail Netbooks Spotted

Posted: Dec 23 2009, 11:43am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 6:27pm CDT, in News | Notebooks and PCs

 
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Two Samsung netbooks with Pine Trail processors have been spotted at the FCC. Wireless Goodness (via Netbooked) came across the filings for these beauties. First off, the N150 is set to have a 10.1" display, N450 processor, 160 GB HDD, 1 GB of RAM, GMA 3150 graphics, b/g/n WiFi, 10/100 LAN, a 6 cell 7 hour battery, .3 MP webcam, Win 7 starter, and a total weight of 2.73 lbs. It will have 3x USB ports, VGA, LAN, and audio jacks, plus a 3-in-1 card reader.The NB30 will be the same, but its HDD will have a free fall sensor and a battery that only lasts 6.5 hours. Blogee.net states that it will have a touch screen, though there will be no way to convert this netbook to tablet form. Price and availability information aren't out yet, but Netbooked managed to find some shop listings for the NB150 that claim it will sell for $374.

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