Minimalist Style For New Samsung Notebooks

Samsung have gone for cutting edge design with its new range of mini notebooks

Samsung’s latest offering in the notebook space has been designed Naoto Fukasawa, one of Japan’s foremost award winning international industrial designer.

Fukasawa lends his distinctive minimalist style to the new Samsung N310, with a sleek frameless screen, pebble design keyboard and a light weight form that ensures users are portable and standing out from the crowd at the same time, claims Samsung.

“The introduction of the Samsung N310 takes the mini notebooks to a whole new dimension. As well as incorporating the very latest technology within a lightweight, but robust casing, Naoto Fukasawa has created a mini notebook that provides a minimalist design edge. The Samsung N310 is a very welcome addition to our notebook range in Australia and a unique looking product we think consumers will love,” said Emmanuele Silanesu, National Product & Marketing Manager – IT, Samsung Australia.

Its keyboard is 93 percent of that of a full desktop, while it has an LED display and optimised processing performance coupled with the manufacturer’s engineering provide excellent battery performance, according to Samsung.

Able to remain powered up for five hours, or 11 hours with an optional extended six cell battery, the Samsung N310 can be taken wherever you go, whether you’re travelling long haul or simply taking your desk outdoors.

It can be carried in a handbag or backpack and rugged enough to withstand everyday bumps and knocks in the inevitable hardships of life on the move, either in the city or further afield.

It includes an internal microphone, headphone-out connection and an integrated 1.3 megapixel digital motion camera, making it easy to stay in touch with friends and family. The Samsung N310 also makes sharing your data easy thanks to its 3-in-1 memory card reader, three built-in USB ports and optional Bluetooth 2.0+EDR (Enhanced Data Rate), which can be used to quickly transfer pictures, movies and data to and from virtually any digital camera, camcorder or MP3 device.