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Samsung Go netbook lands at AT&T [U]

updated 10:30 pm EST, Sun November 15, 2009

Samsung Go AT&T's next 3G portable

(Updated with pricing) AT&T added to its netbook range with its first Samsung model. The Go is a rebadge of the NC310 that comes with 3G for the carrier's network as well as Windows 7 Starter Edition in place of Windows XP. Samsung promises about four hours of battery life using the stock battery pack.

As with the original version, the Go uses a 1.6GHz Atom, 1GB of RAM and a 160GB hard drive and brings both Bluetooth and Wi-Fi for its shorter-range wireless. AT&T ships the Go on November 22nd for $200 when attached to either the $35 or $60 two-year data contracts, which give 200MB and 5GB of transfers per month each.



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