Samsung's notebooks are coming to America and our friends at Laptop Mag have already got their hands on a review unit of the Samsung NC10, the company's netbook. Yes, netbooks are launching on a near-daily basis, but Joanna Stern has seen her fair share of netbooks and has a lot of great things to say about the Samsung NC10.
Samsung's announced it will enter the U.S. notebook market with a full line of notebooks including a lightweight netbook, a 16-inch entertainment notebook and just about every size in between the two. Until now, Samsung's sold notebooks overseas, but only sold the Q1 UMPC stateside.
Samsung's showcasing its fuel cell power supply at its Korean headquarters. The company expects this system to keep its notebooks running for up to a month at a time. Samsung's previously stated it would ship a fuel cell system for notebooks by the end of 2007.
Walt Mossberg says Samsung's second generation of ultramobile PCs are a great improvement over last year's models, but not ready for mainstream consumption. He recommends the Samsung Q1 Ultra as an option for those who don't want to lug around even the smallest laptops.