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Samsung NC10 Netbook Review



Joanna Stern at Laptop Mag got her hands on the Samsung NC10 Netbook and has given it a once over. Although I’m not really in the market for a Netbook, the Samsung NC10 is one that I’ve been keeping watch over, and from what I am reading so are a number of other folks. I think that is because of the more spacious keyboard. Note that the review unit that Joanna evaluated was a Korean Import with a Korean keyboard. Check out the review here.

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  1. Vyk

    10/29/2008 at 11:08 pm

    For anyone who cares:

    From the review link:
    “Our review unit’s Korean keyboard was lacking a backslash/pipe key; in its place was a Korean character”

    That key isn’t missing, the one that is there is exactly the same key as the one on an English keyboard. In Korean Windows (or if you add and set your keyboard to Korean) instead of the backslash, you get that symbol (W with a horizontal slash). Don’t ask me why, I don’t know XD.

    The review didn’t mention them but the extra keys to the right of the space bar (1 and 3 keys over) are for switching between Korean/English and for typing Chinese characters. I don’t think they’ll do anything in a purely English or “Foreign” OS.

    Basically, the Korean keyboard shouldn’t be a problem for anyone who doesn’t mind Korean characters on the keys.

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