Thanks for continuing to harp about glossy plastics and displays (and giving positive feedback to models that offer matte), but I think few will agree that "[1024 x 600 pixels] is good for a display this size".
@dupaman: I agree!
I was very pleased with my Asus EeePC 1000H, but constantly ran into pop-ups and apps that simply don't fit (even default Windows pop-ups), so i very quickly got rid of it again.
The display resolution of netbooks needs to be at least 1280x800 before i even begin to think about buying myself another one.
Or the Sony VAIO TT needs to drop seriously in price. It's a little bigger (13") but has everything i expect from every subnote/netbook manufacturer these days. (and why isn't Bluetooth a default on ALL net/notebooks nowadays..)
Specs for Samsung n140 claim it has the 280, not the 270 processor.
Colors: Amazon.com carries only burgundy and blue lid colors for the n140, yet this review claims the machine is available in black and white. Some reviews out there [the Samsung Forum for the N140, U.S. model] claim the U.S. 140 does NOT have blue tooth.
processor speed- which is it?
colors available- what are they?
blue tooth- yes or no?
Thanks to anyone who can clear this up.
I have this net book and believe it is excellent you neglected to comment that it also comes with easy access bluetooth a 5in 1 card reader which is as far as im aware unusual and many other features to allow connectivity personally I think this is a very good travel work station it encompasses everything you need for transfer of data and is small enough and light enough for train use etc I have found this netbook to be the most enjoyable i have used althought i would agree on the sound quality i thin it has been designed very well with the battery acting as an upstand allowing better cooling and a much improved typing position.