Samsung ventures into portable PC segment

Samsung ventures into portable PC segment
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First Published: Fri, Dec 19 2008. 11 12 PM IST
Updated: Fri, Dec 19 2008. 11 12 PM IST
New Delhi: Samsung India on Friday, announced its entry into the portable PC segment with its notebook PCs and also into the fast growing Netbook Segment with its N-series.
This is Samsung’s second innings in the Indian laptop market. Its last foray was shortlived as it found few takers for its high-end range of laptops back in 2004. With lessons learnt from the past, Samsung has decided this time not to put all its eggs in one basket.
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Samsung has entered the netbook market in India with the launch of its latest computing device, NC10.
Available in three different colours — white, black and metallic blue — the ultra-compact laptop weighs 1.33 kg and is said to be one of the world’s lightest 10.2 inch netbooks.
Powered by Intel Atom processor, the NC10 sports a WSVGA display and delivers a resolution of 1024 x 600 pixels and supports SuperBright Non-Gloss LED. It runs on the Microsoft Windows XP Home operating system and comes with either a 80 GB or a 160GB hard disk.
Other features of the Samsung NC10 netbook include a 6 cell lithium battery, providing upto 8 hours of use on full charge.
Along with the netbooks, Samsung also launched a comprehenesive lineup of Notebook PCs.
The notebook lineup includes the thin and light X-series, Mobile Optimum Q series and the mainstream R-series all priced in the range between Rs34,604-Rs1,15,014.
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First Published: Fri, Dec 19 2008. 11 12 PM IST
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