Not long ago, Samsung launched the N100 netbook, which runs the MeeGo operating system. However, the electronic giants find it difficult to have its new netbook reach the stores for one reason or another.
Now, it seems that the Korean company has thought over about his and launched the new N102. With a 10.1 inch display with anti-glare coating, 1024 x 600 of pixel resolution and a 1.3 mega pixel web camera built into the frame, the new mobel is almost identical in every way to the N100.
But it will be running Microsoft Windows 7 Starter Edition operating system instead.
The new model of tablet will have a 1 GB of DDR3 RAM. And the customers may have a choice of either the 250 GB or 320 GB hard disk drive. Other features of the laptop include a useful four in one SD & MMC card reader, 10/100 LAN, 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 3.0.
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