5 Recently Introduced Netbooks

Updated October 6, 2023

With the arrival of tablet PCs, netbook markets seemed to have lost importance, but this does not mean that this market is entirely going to be supped up. There is still room for this market, which many of the notebook manufacturers are going to make the best use of. Previously i wrote a review about sylvania netbook which is one of the cheapest netbook available on internet.

Related: 3 Cheapest Netbooks You Can Buy

Discussed here are some of the recently released notebooks which are expected to come a good round in the market.

Here is the list,

X370 from MSI

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Vendors computer recently released their latest ultraportable netbook MSI X370, which well known for its mobility. Some of the noteworthy features that renders them user friendly and energy efficient will include the presence of hardware components like AMD Fusion dual core power processor E350, HD 6310 graphics, ATI Radeon and 320 to 640 GB of power storage. The system comes preinstalled with Windows 7 OS. This 13.4” netbook weighing 3.1 lbs has an incredible battery life of up to 10 hours.

ASUS Eee PC 1215B Netbook


Falling in line with the Asus’s latest release is the Asus Eee 1215B netbook, which has some very good specifications for the minimum price tag of $449.99. The notebook has a powerful AMD dual-core processor E3 50 (1.6 GHz) that backs up the 12.1” LED backlit WXGA screen with 2GB RAM DDR3 memory. The computer is preloaded with Windows 7 Premium Edition on a 32-bit operating system. Other high lightable specifications will include AMD Radeon HD 6310, web camera 0.3 M Pixel, stereo speakers and Hi definition Audio CODEC. Connectivity solutions will include Bluetooth v 3.0, Wi-Fi 802.111 b/g/n, HDMI and USB ports. This netbook has a 6-cell 56 WH Li-Ion battery, with the dimensions of 11.65” × 7.9” × 0.91 to 1.46’ and weighs around 3.21 lbs.

NEC Life Touch Note – An Android Netbook


The new Life Touch Note was an idea borrowed from the own New Life Touch Android tablet. This net book commemorates with unique features of their own, which is being well backed by the Android operating system. Some of the Life Touch features will include a 7” LCD resistive netbook touchscreen display with 800 × 480 screen resolution and a full QWERTY keyboard. Hardware specifications will include a NVIDIA Tegra 250 1 GHz  dual core processor with 8 GB on internal memory and other features will include a 2 MP camera, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and 3G connectivity, GPS Feature and the Android version that is being preloaded will be Android 2.2 (FROYO). The netbook will be targeting the Japanese markets initially and is expected to come with a cost of $660.

Fujitsu Life Book AH530 HD (Indian Edition)


The netbook is known for being packed with its sleek and slim design powerful internals or hardware specifications. The Indian edition of this netbook will cost you around Rs. 61, 860. The notebook is currently being franchised by the DGS & D Rate contract, which is a central purchase organization of the Indian government. This netbook will carry a powerful and new Intel Core i7 series processor and will come with Windows 7 Professional OS. More detailed technological specifications may be entertained with their arrival into the Indian market.

Samsung RF710 Netbook


Samsung announced the arrival of Samsung RF710 netbook, which has been backbitten for being expensive. However, experts claim that the money spent is worth the specifications and the durability of the notebook. The Netbook has been integrated with Start and Samsung’s AllShare (DLNA-based) technology. This netbook is equipped with a 1.6 GHz Intel Core i7-720QM processor, a powerful graphical chord of NVIDIA GeForce GT 330M requiring 1 GB DDR3 memory and has, in addition, a memory of 6 GB of DDR3 memory. Nevertheless, they have additional storage capacity of 1 TB SATA memory and 5400 rpm HDD 500 GBx2. Some of  the other hardware specifications will include a 17.3” LED backlit HD on a LCD screen that has a resolution of 1600 × 900 pixels and a 3D sound SRS Premium Sound. Connectivity supporting solutions will include Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, webcam, Ethernet, Bluetooth 3.0 and LAN. The computer runs on a preloaded Windows 7 Home Premium Edition 64bit. The dimensions of the netbook are 41.6 × 27.6 × 3.2 ~ 3.8 cm and weighs more than 2.9 kg.

Comments are appreciated!!

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  • Johanna @ GIJoh.com

    Hi Bilal,
    From the 5 netbooks here, If I would be buying a netbook soon, I guess I’d go for the Samsung RF710 netbook since Samsung is a reputable company and they aim to satisfy customers as well as they entertain those who have issues with their electronic products. As for Asus, they are great at what they do, but their prices are more expensive than Samsung’s, so I’d go for the latter. I’m curious about its price here in the Philippines. I wonder how much is it?
    Thanks for sharing!

  • Marva J. Richardson

    Thanks for the review. I was looking for a useful but rather slim gadget for my small business. I feel that a laptop is quite big and the tablet was quite small for me. Being a non-techie, I would rather have a gadget that would serve my basic needs. Based on your comparative review, I think the ASUS Eee is the best for me.

  • Izrada web stranica

    I don’t see the need for a netbook any more. With all the tablets rolling in so fast I think that there should be more focus on them. Netbooks are the thing of past by now. At least for someone who is into new gadgets and mobility.

  • Cool Boy

    People go for brand power when choosing a netbook. Samsung and Asus will be more welcomed. Thanks for the post

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