'poor multi-touch sensitivity'
'the touch-typing marks on the F and J keys are very difficult to make out.'
'The Samsung N220 features an unusual glossy sea green colour lid; we think it achieves a nice balance between work and play. '
'The screen is bright and colourful, though it's not exactly in a class of its own.'
'Unfortunately so are the low contrast ratios; we measured 251:1, along with an average overall brightness of 226.6 cd/m². '
'It weighs just short of 3 pounds and is small enough to fit into a small bag for easy carrying during a long work/school day.'
'The price-to-performance ratio is good, and anyone looking for a good netbook deal will feel comfortable with this one.'
'outstanding ear-soothing sound'
'the touchpad buttons are narrow in use and SD cards stick out from the slot.'
'An outline of silver is present throughout the edges of the keyboard.'
'astounding battery life'
'the power consumption is very low.'
'poor touchpad buttons'
'the NB30 remains surprisingly solid.'
'no shiny Super-TFT screen coating'
'The N150's innards are interesting and original, but its chassis isn't particularly ground-breaking.'
'The trackpad itself is easy to use, sensitive enough to allow fluid motion across the screen and even multi-touch support for scrolling, zooming and rotating your way through commands.'
'energy efficient LED display'
'Samsung N150 highly responsive and reliable'
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