A slightly tweaked version of yesterday’s N110, the Samsung N120 keeps the same 10.1″ display but gets a full-sized 12.1″ keyboard and an increased battery life of 10.5 hours.
Samsung’s 10.1″ N310 notebook is an oddball; its curvy design and colors make it look like a toy, but the LED display, 3G module and 93% chiclet keyboard are crave-worthy features.
A modest update over Samsung’s NC10, the N110 mini notebook keeps its 1.6GHz Atom CPU and 1GB RAM, but gets a battery boost to 7 hours, a longer touchpad and a glossy lid.
Samsung one-ups its SSD Awesomeness viral video with Extreme Sheep LED Art; yes, it truly is insane as it sounds, as they do everything from play pong to paint the Mona Lisa.
Italian for sleek, Samsung’s Lucido candy bar phone lives up to its name; it features a brushed metal case with crimson trim, HSDPA, a 2.2 AMOLED display and 5MP camera.
It’s not the most groundbreaking PMP, but Samsung’s YP-Q2 gives a good 50 hours of playback in a slick case; a 2.4″ screen, mic, up to 16GB of storage, and FM radio round it out.
No word on when they’ll be coming stateside, but Samsung’s S5600 and S5230 are decent looking touchphones with 3MP cameras and “gesture lock” — think speed dial for touchscreens.
An update to Samsung’s Q1 Ultra, the Q1EX UMPC drops the keyboard entirely for a 7″ LCD touchscreen; it’ll run XP with a 1.2GHz VIA Nano CPU, 2GB RAM and a 60GB HDD.
Purists may fret, but Samsung’s NX Hybrid replaces a DSLR’s mirror box with an EVF (electronic viewfinder) which reduces bulk and allows for live viewing; it’ll be available 2H 2009.
As if the giant 3″ OLED screen wasn’t enough, Samsung’s 12MP TL320 packs a pair of analog gauges for battery and storage capacity; it also features a wide-angle lens with 5x zoom.
With a giant 3.7″ touchscreen, 8MP camera that does 720p, HD video out, and 16GB storage in a 12.7mm thick body, the OmniaHD is calling to us (by video, since it does that, too).
For DJs who want to scratch on the go, Samsung’s BEAT DJ and BEAT Disc both feature Bang & Olefson amps; the DJ gets a 2.8″ AMOLED screen while the Disc gets a slide-out keypad.
Samsung’s Blue Earth is green all the way: it’s a solar-powered full touchscreen phone with a case made out of recycled water bottles, and includes an energy efficient charger.
Though it doesn’t run Android or Symbian, Samsung’s UltraTouch S8300 sliderphone is turning heads with a 2.8″ anti-scratch AMOLED touchscreen, 8 MP camera and 0.5″ thickness.
Samsung’s Memoir is now official, courtesy of T-Mobile; rumored to be available this month, it features a full touch screen with TouchWiz UI, 8 MP camera with Xenon flash and 3G speeds.
Part media player, part projector, Samsung’s Pico weighs only 5.6 oz and projects up to a 50″ image at 480×320; it also includes a 2.2″ QVGA LCD screen, headphone jack and speaker.
Ideal for all sorts of YouTube tomfoolery, Samsung’s SMX-F34 camcorder includes a Web & Mobile mode that records at 640×480; it features a 680K pixel sensor and 34x optical zoom.
While it may not zoom as much as Olympus’ SP-590UZ, the Samsung HZ10W sets the high watermark for affordable point and shoots with a 24mm Schneider lens and 10x optical zoom.
Samsung has unleashed an onslaught of new Blu-ray gadgets decked out in cardinal, including the sexy slim BD-P4600 player, the BD8200 soundbar and the BD7200 2.1 home theater.
The NC20 is Samsung’s followup to its NC10 netbook, with a larger 12.1″ display, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, 1GB RAM and 160GB HDD; instead of an Atom CPU, it uses a VIA Nano U225.
Nano, eat your heart out: Samsung’s Korea-only Yepp P3 sports a 3.0″ haptic touchscreen with 4, 8 and 16GB flavors; it also includes Bluetooth, an FM tuner and a built-in speaker.
Not to be outdone by Vertu’s ultra-lux phones, Samsung throws their hat into the ring with the Ego; this baby is mostly about the looks, with a Caltech developed “liquidmetal” case.
Samsung’s Omnia is now available for order online through Verizon; it features a 3.2″ TFT/haptic display, Windows Mobile 6.1, Wi-Fi, GPS, 5MP camera, Bluetooth and 3G speeds.
Samsung’s 256GB SSD is finally going into mass production; with capacities that rival laptop HDDs and blazing fast 200-220MB/s read/write speeds, we can’t wait to get our hands on one.
AT&T/Samsung’s Eternity is the latest iPhone competitor and nearly matches it toe for toe, with a 3.2″ touchscreen, GPS and 3G data; however, it is a full $50 cheaper with a contract.
Samsung’s Behold is coming to T-Mobile Nov. 10th, and we’re genuinely intrigued: it’ll have a 3″ touchscreen with haptic feedback, 3G, Wi-Fi, 3.5mm jack and 5 MP camera.
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