Jan 20 2010

Clear Offers Samsung NC10 Netbook For $199 With WiMAX Plan

Clear is offering a deal you certainly don’t see every day: an older netbook with a hefty subsidy and WiMAX access for connectivity. If you get WiMAX in your area, this should be a tantalizing deal, considering the fact that WiMAX is cheaper than 3G. Clear will give you its netbook with a two year netbook deal at $45/month with the first 6 months subsidized to $30 apiece.

The machine itself is a Samsung NC10 running a 1.6 GHz Intel Atom N270, priced at $199. Other features are more or less standard issue, if your standard is netbooks from a year ago: 1 GB of RAM, a 160 GB HDD and 6 hours of battery life.

Via jkOnTheRun, image via Clear.

2 Comments on this post


  1. The Laptop You Can See Through | NetbookBoards.com wrote:

    […] do I bring this up? Samsung created a laptop that uses a clear active matrix OLED screen (AMOLED). In layman’s terms, […]

    February 8th, 2010 at 11:54 pm
  2. Samsung Confirms Chrome OS Netbook | NetbookBoards.com wrote:

    […] Samsung’s Phil Newton has confirmed the company is currently developing a netbook  that will run on Google’s Chrome OS. The netbook will be similar to the N210 netbook, and will be released as soon as later this year, or early in 2011. Specifications for the new device are largely unknown, but so far we know that the netbook will have a 12 hour battery life, 3G and wireless connectivity, a 10.1″ screen with LED backlighting, 2 GB RAM, and at least 64 GB of storage.  It is likely that the device will run a 1.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor. […]

    February 14th, 2010 at 1:08 am


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