Samsung N120 vs Asus 1005HA vs TOSHIBA NB200 vs Lenovo S10-2

ash

Well-known Member
Lenovo is the cheapest, and most of them have same battery life.
All of them N280 1.6 and 1GB RAM.

Lenovo 1.6 £250, 1.66 £263
Samsung N120 £329
Toshiba £329
Asus £297

What to get? Mmm.. Toshiba looks the best. But Samsung might have better reliability? Lenovo is cheapest... And Asus looks ugly imo, but they were the first to make netbooks "big"...
:confused:
 

NewBeetle

Distinguished Member
Lenovo is the cheapest, and most of them have same battery life.
All of them N280 1.6 and 1GB RAM.

Lenovo 1.6 £250, 1.66 £263
Samsung N120 £329
Toshiba £329
Asus £297

What to get? Mmm.. Toshiba looks the best. But Samsung might have better reliability? Lenovo is cheapest... And Asus looks ugly imo, but they were the first to make netbooks "big"...
:confused:

Nothing to choose between em really. I would go for the Asus, then the Lenovo. I don't trust samsung on build quality, find a lot of their stuff to be lacking, though the N120 is as good as its competitors by most accounts.
 

runam0k

Well-known Member
Wait till after Oct 22. Win 7 will bring with it a bunch of beefier netbooks/mini-notebooks. There may be a premium to pay initially, but competition will bring the prices down.

I don't know, I'm just reluctant to snag anything Atom at the moment. There has to be something better on the horizon.

HP's ION netbook is getting good reviews (same old Atom though).
 

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