Samsung N210

alaTest hat 514 Testberichte und Kundenbewertungen für Samsung N210 zusammengefasst und analysiert. Im Durchschnitt wurde das Produkt mit 4.1/5 bewertet, verglichen mit einer durchschnittlichen Bewertung von 4.0/5 für andere Produkte. Die Portabilität und die Batterie wird von den Testern positiv bewertet, die Bedienbarkeit wird ebenfalls positiv bewertet.

Leistung, Bedienbarkeit, Batterie, Portabilität, Design

Im Durchschnitt haben Anwender dieses Produkt mit 82/100 und Experten mit 78/100 bewertet.

Alle Samsung Laptops / Notebooks ansehen


(Basierend auf 514 Bewertungen)



190 Bewertung(en)

Testberichte Meinungen


Unten ist eine Liste der Bewertungen für diesen oder ähnliche Produkten. Wenn Sie glauben, dass diese Gruppierung falsch ist klicken Sie bitte hier, um das zu melden.
Lesen Sie mehr auf unserer FAQ-Seite.
Zeige 1 - 10 von 190 Testberichte anzeigen: aus Schweiz | in anderen Sprachen

Expertenbewertung von : Trusted Reviews (

Samsung N210 - 10.1in Netbook


Samsung has given its netbook range a Pine Trail refresh, starting with the N210.

Attractive and practical design, Wide and generous viewing angles, Super battery life

Front of machine feels sharp, Instant-on OS is memory-heavy, Lacks richness and contrast

Mai 2011

Expertenbewertung von : Daniel S. Evans (

Samsung N210


The Samsung N210 nails down all the netbook basics, for one low price.

Clean design. Good keyboard. Soft mouse buttons. Aggressively priced. 250GB hard drive. Easily accessible memory slots.

Bigger battery would be nice.

More netbook reviews: • Asus Transformer Book T100TA (64GB)• Lenovo ThinkPad X130e• HP Pavilion dm1-3010nr (Verizon)• Sony VAIO VPC-YB35KX• Acer Aspire One AO722-0828• more

Mär 2010

Expertenbewertung von : Sarah Jacobsson (

Samsung N210


The Samsung N210, a Best Buy exclusive, is one of the better-looking netbooks we've seen, with a shiny white top, sleek chrome accents, and a comfortable keyboard. Though it isn't great at playing video, it does have fairly decent speakers. It also...

Nicely spaced keys are easy to type on ; Matte screen is easy to see in any light

Standard-definition video stuttered occasionally ; Colors are a little washed out

The Samsung N210's matte screen is easy to see in various lighting conditions, but the colors are a little washed out.

Mär 2010

Expertenbewertung von : David Phelan (

Samsung N210 notebook


Last year Samsung released some cool-looking coloured netbooks which stood out in the crowd. For its latest model, the Korean manufacturer has gone for a more demure look with its gloss-black N210. It looks ordinary enough and has largely average...

Great battery life and cool quick-start connected boot-up option

Dull looks and average keyboard

It looks ordinary enough and has largely average performance, though the extra battery life is welcome and the alternative Linux boot-up is fun. It may be that the battery life on its own will be enough to recommend it to you - just don't expect it to...

Apr 2010

Expertenbewertung von : Tech Staff (

Samsung N210 review


Samsung adds another netbook to its portfolio with an updated Atom CPU

Fantastic battery life ; Dual-boot configuration ; Choice of colours ; Slim, resilient chassis ; Isolated-style keyboard ; Matt TFT panel

Punctuation keys frustratingly small ; Limited power - only basic multi-tasking available

This netbook fulfils the expectations of what a second generation netbook should do, including an impressive user interface and a comfortably usable screen, though at the same time as with all netbooks it is limited in power.

Mär 2010

Expertenbewertung von : Review Crew (

Samsung NP-N210-JA02US Laptop Review


Samsung is not the first name that comes to mind, at least in the U.S., when we think of laptops or Netbooks, but the company has long had a sizable ...

Nov 2010

Expertenbewertung von : Nathan Edwards (

Samsung N210 Review


By now, if you're buying a netbook, you know what you're getting: All the models of a given generation are the same on the inside. So with the internals out of the decision tree, how do you choose which of dozens of near-identical netbooks is worthy of...

Great design; bright screen; good touch pad

Bloated Win7 Starter install; no Bluetooth; middling battery life

We expect any Maximum PC reader to be able to strip out the bloatware and nagware that comes with a new PC (and may we suggest PC Decrapifier to help with that?). But we don’t appreciate Samsung’s cluttering up the OS install. On the one hand, the...

Jun 2010

Expertenbewertung von (

Samsung N210 review


We've been big fans of Samsung's previous netbooks, so couldn't wait to see its new model, the N210. Things certainly get off to a good start. From the outside, it's an attractive-looking laptop and we like the white case. It feels tough, too, and...

It looks stunning, has great battery life and a very comfortable keyboard, but the screen let it down slightly and there are better netbooks for the same price.

Apr 2010

Expertenbewertung von : Alex Kidman (

Samsung N210


It looks like a netbook. It performs like a netbook. But the exceptional battery life makes Samsung's latest netbook really stand out.

Superb battery life ; Good keyboard

Ordinary performance scores

Nobody buys a netbook for raw computing power, or at least, nobody should. They're pint sized computers built for portability and affordability. At AU$599, the N210 slots nicely into the standard pricing bracket for netbooks, so it's well covered...

Apr 2010

Expertenbewertung von : Andrew Harrison (

Samsung N210 review


The Samsung N210 is from Samsung's freshest netbook lineup, but offers little new over its similar 10in-screen brethren such as the Samsung NC10, N110 and N140 models - except a new version of the Intel Atom and a new integrated graphics processor.

We found it difficult to get excited by a netbook that barely matches earlier models in performance and feels cheaper in overall build quality to boot. It looks more plasticky than a Samsung NC10 or N110, has discernibly no more performance than them...

Mär 2010