naoto fukasawa: N310 mini laptop for samsung
naoto fukasawa: N310 mini laptop for samsung naoto fukasawa: N310 mini laptop for samsung
aug 19, 2009

naoto fukasawa: N310 mini laptop for samsung

N310 mini laptop by naoto fukasawa



naoto fukasawa has designed N310 netbook for samsung measuring 10.1 inches wide and weighing just 1.23 kg. the N310 has a minimalistic look with a rubberised feel at the back of the display. it has a framless screen and pebble design keyboard that is 93% the size of a desktop keyboard. its durable casing also provides maximum strength and reliability. despite its small size, the N310’s battery can last up to 5 hours, independent of any power supply. other features include a 1.3 megapixel webcam, microphone, 3 in 1 card reader, three usb ports and a bluetooth option. it is available in four different colors.



naoto fukasawa: N310 mini laptop for samsung light weight, soft grip and long-lasting battery life



naoto fukasawa: N310 mini laptop for samsung

naoto fukasawa: N310 mini laptop for samsung

naoto fukasawa: N310 mini laptop for samsung

  • cool machine, logo too small

    bear says:
  • Why is so similar to apple?

    Nowski says:
  • Re: Bear, logo too small – hahahahaha!

    MWW says:
  • @Nowski: you are similar to Apple!

    Hank says:
  • what a crude idea!

    jc says:
  • I am sorry, it is not similar to Apple. Its identical to Apple.

    Nowski says:
  • Yeah, identical down to the brushed aluminum finish, and the huge logo. Also, the bright color options are identical to apple’s wide range of grays.

    In all seriousness the only thing that’s similar is the overall shape- and when was the last time you saw a non-rectangular laptop?

    hober says:
  • If you look at the details as well. Switch off button, display, touchpad, the hole where you place the finger to open the computer, keyboard,… you cant say it does not look Apple-like.

    Nowski says:
  • Holy crud you’re right, I never realized Apple invented power buttons or black display frames…or holes. But now that I think about it, yeah, you’re right.

    And the keyboard has a QWERTY layout too! How Apple is that? Let me tell you – A LOT.

    gsass says:
  • It does not look Apple-like. There, I said it

    Anyone familiar with Naoto will say it looks very Naoto

    Will Mac says:
  • @Will Mac

    I said to myself: it’s very Naoto

    Barton Smith / TOL says:
  • Fortunately, Naoto loves Apple.

    Carlos says:

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