Samsung N230

The Samsung N230 netbook page. This page contains an overview of this ultra portable computer, along with hints, tips and articles from our community.

The N230 has two great things going for it:

  • It looks cool. I think this looks like one of the smartest netbooks to date, and not just from Samsung.
  • A 66Wh battery that can last almost 14hrs. Samsung once again push back the boundries and deliver a netbook that will last all day. And the nect day!

The N230 will be available with different configurations, including a lighter version with a smaller capacity battery (7hrs). So check the specifications carefully before purchase.

The N230 is still a great netbook but you will want to be looking at newer models if you are looking for the current "top" model.

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For an overview of all the current models, check out our netbook buyers guide. For more information on the Samsung N230, check out the articles below.

Opening up the Samsung N230

September 19, 2010

A forum member opens up his N230 and wonders if we can get a 2nd PCI-E slot in there.

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Samsung N230 vs N210

August 24, 2010

So what’s the difference between the N210 and the N230 netbooks? We take a look!

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Samsung N230 Review

August 8, 2010

NotebookCheck have put up a detailed Samsung N230 Review, here we examine what they thought on this netbook.

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Samsung N230 Hands On Review

July 19, 2010

Want to see some moving pictures of the N230, this YouTube video might be what you need!

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Samsung N230 Available for pre-order in UK

July 17, 2010

Looking to buy an N230 in the UK? You can now get one from

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Samsung N230 Storm

July 16, 2010

The Samsung N230 Storm is an ultra thin ultra light netbook with 7hrs of battery life. Find out more here.

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Samsung N230 Comes to America

July 15, 2010

The Samsung N230 is available to buy in the USA

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