This Pine Trail Atom N450-based netbook from Fujitsu was first announced at The International CES ( or Consumer Electronics Show) 2010. CES is the largest consumer technology tradeshow in the world. This MH380 netbook weighs about 3 kilograms and has a thickness of 1.9 inches, thereby making it one of the heaviest and chunkiest of netbooks but is still attractive mainly due to its ruby red deck and lid.
In addition to its charm, the edges are modernly rounded and the inner hinge is classy chrome finished. Based on reports, this heavy chunk of a netbook may have a doubtful durability as the hinge creaks along with the bezel when raising or lowering the display.
However, the keyboard of the MH380 is regarded as the best since all of its keys (which are solid and springy)are situated where they are preferred by the typist. Another stand-out in this MH380 is its scroll wheel that accounts for ease in browsing through the web pages. It has a 1366 x 768-pixel LED display that makes for a bright and excellent viewing. The front twin speakers provide a loud and clear audio experience.
The ports integrated in MH380 are Kensington lock slot, USB 2.0 ports. A VGA port, Ethernet jack, headphone and microphone jacks, and the SD Card slot. It also has Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n and Bluetooth 2.1 support. The Operating System is MS Windows 7 Starter Edition. The 1.3 megapixel camera, however makes a dappled effect when used for Skype video calls, in addition to its being slow to start.
The central processing unit is powered by 1.6-GHz Intel Atom N450, graphics card is that of a Intel GMA 3150. Internal Storage is 1 GB but is upgradable up to 2 GB. The 250 GB hard disk drive runs on a speed of 5, 400 rpm. Reviewers regard this Samsung MH380 as an expensive netbook at $449.
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