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Taking the Wraps Off the Samsung NC10 Subnotebook

We heard about the possibility of this product a little while ago and now everyone’s favorite Korean gadget guru has come forward to officially unveil the Samsung NC10 subnotebook PC.

Diving right into the highly competitive netbook market, the Samsung NC10 sounds like it does everything that most of its competitors can do. Powered by the now ubiquitous Intel Atom processor, the Samsung NC10 gets an LED-lit WSVGA display, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 2.0, 80-160GB hard drive, and an anti-bacterial keyboard. This last point kills germs via a small, nano-sized silver ion powder.

Pricing seems to approach the higher end of the netbook market with an estimated street price of $590. Look for it this November in Korea. NO word on an American launch.

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