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06.09.2010 05:37 Age: 4 yrs
Category: new notebook models
By: Pallab Jyotee Hazarika

IFA 2010: IFA witnessed the launch of Samsung N350 with hybrid 3G and 4G

With 3G and 4G on N350 and newer configuration, Samsung should be optimistic about the release


IFA is well known for hosting world largest consumer electronic fair and it is definitely the best moment for Samsung to launch the N350 netbook with built-in 3G and 4G on the same system. The N350 has HSPA+ modem and LTE for 3G and 4G respectively and with the additional hybrid links, the connection speed goes up to 100Mbps on a good connection, but you will get 21Mbps of speed on 3G which is still better.

Now hybrid connections apart, the design that they unveiled at the fair was worth to look. It was considered as one of the best designs by Samsung with chiclet keyboard and a well crafted barrel hinge. The N350 also got some latest under the hood components: 1.66GHz Atom N455 with 1GB of DDR3 memory and a hard drive of 250GB. Furthermore, 1.3 megapixel camera for mobile video chat and Wi-Fi are among the features.

But Samsung didn’t say what everyone was expecting - the availability of N350 on the worldwide market. But considering the 4G integration on the system, it will be released in and around when the access to 4G is done globally. Verizon said that their LTE network will be available at the end of 2010 and AT&T and T-Mobile are expected in 2011.


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