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Samsung N510 unboxed; Ion performance tested against NC10

Samsung N510 unboxed; Ion performance tested against NC10

Samsung may be delaying their N510 Ion-based netbook in the US, but someone in Germany obviously didn't get the same memo.  NetbookNews has not only unboxed the 11.6-inch notebook but thrown up some comparison shots between it and the smaller Samsung NC10.  There's also some demo footage showing HD video performance of both systems side-by-side, in case you're really wondering what difference the GeForce GPU makes.

Demo video after the cut

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Samsung delay N510 Ion netbook until Windows 7 too

Samsung delay N510 Ion netbook until Windows 7 too

Hot on the heels of word that Lenovo's IdeaPad S12 NVIDIA Ion netbook will be delayed until the launch of Windows 7 in late October, comes the news from Samsung that they're planning the same tactics for their own Ion ultraportable, the N510.  The 11.6-inch notebook - which last we heard was set to arrive in the US come September - pairs Intel's 1.6GHz Atom N270 processor with 1GB of RAM and the GeForce 9400M GPU.

Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 tablet tipped for MWC 2013

Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 tablet tipped for MWC 2013

In less than a month we'll be seeing a brand new collection of devices prepared for the masses at Mobile World Congress 2013, and today's tip suggests that a Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 (8-inch tablet) will be amongst them. With two sizes of Samsung Galaxy Note out on the market besides the first 10.1-inch tablet Note, it's not too much of a stretch to think Samsung wouldn't also bring on an 8-inch version of this S-Pen-toting lineup. This machine has today been connected to previous leaks of device codename GT-N5100, spoken about in the past as a 7 or 7.7-inch beast that's never seen the light of day.

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Samsung ND10 OS-free netbook is crying out for Android

Samsung ND10 OS-free netbook is crying out for Android

Looking to save a little money on your next netbook, but still want a brand-name machine?  Not especially enamored with Windows XP, and prefer to use Linux or something else?  Then Samsung may have the answer, in the shape of the ND10.  Ostensibly identical to the well-thought-of Samsung NC10, the ND10 was recently spotted in China offering the same 10.2-inch, Intel Atom N270 hardware but with no OS and  $50 discount.

Intel punish Samsung & Lenovo with pricey Atom over screen transgressions?

Intel punish Samsung & Lenovo with pricey Atom over screen transgressions?

Intel have reportedly punished Samsung and Lenovo by canceling their preferential Atom chip pricing, after the two companies broke Intel's netbook restrictions.  According to industry sources, Samsung are planning an Atom N-series netbook which uses NVIDIA's Ion graphics chipset and an 11.6-inch display - likely the Samsung N510 -  for release later in this month; that goes against Intel's limits on screen size, which the company (along with Microsoft) limit to 10.2-inches or below.

Flash 10.1 unveiled: smartphone betas coming, HD GPU acceleration added

Flash 10.1 unveiled: smartphone betas coming, HD GPU acceleration added

Adobe have upgraded their Flash offensive, with the news this week that the next version - Flash 10.1 - will run across not only desktop but mobile and smartphone platforms.  Taking advantage of the Open Screen Project (OSP), the new version will arrive as a Windows Mobile and webOS beta before the year is out, while early in 2010 we'll get Android and Symbian versions.  Finally, while there's no release date for 10.1 yet given, RIM have signed up to the OSP meaning BlackBerry devices will also get Flash support.

After the cut, GPU acceleration for Flash 10.1

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SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: October 31, 2012

SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: October 31, 2012

Welcome to the special Halloween edition of the Evening Wrap-Up! The Halloween edition is pretty much the same as regular Wrap-Ups, the only difference is that I'm dressed as Ginger Spice as I type this. Let's spice up our lives with a recap, shall we? Microsoft is being sued over its Windows 8 live tiles, and Apple has removed delivery dates from iPad Mini LTE pre-orders, leading some to suspect that the company has been forced to delay them. T-Mobile and AT&T have opened up their networks in areas hit hard by Hurricane Sandy, letting customers of both carriers use either network - a respectable move by the two carriers in this time of need.

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