Quote: Originally Posted by TJG
Unless the previous owner changed the factory image.
Could you explain what you mean? This is my first experience with Windows 7.
I bought the netbook from an individual who said he bought it from Costco about a year ago. He said he did not have it long before he replaced it with a laptop (because he said the netbook was too slow and it's screen was too small). Except for marks on the screen where it contacts a few keys when closed, it looks brand new.
I bought it because I looked at a couple of high-end fully ruggedized daylight enabled tablets and was. Very disapoonted that I could not see their screens in full sunlight.
The Samsung N-150 is one of the more recent netbooks that is on the Pixel Qi screen compatibility list. (You would think that if they wanted to create more demand for their screens, their compatibility list would include the most up to date hardware... Before I even think about changing the screen though,, I need to install and test a 30 day demo copy of the Industry specific software I want to use. (The minimum system requirements for the software call for a latger screen and Windows 7 home premium, so who knows...)