Samsung has (finally) become the first major netbook manufacturer to adopt VIA's hot, hot Nano platform, announcing today the 12", fat-batteried NC20.
Samsung's leap into the 10-inch netbook arena, represented in physical form by the glossy NC10, is receiving a "special edition" hype injection. There is some substance here, however, mostly in the area of battery life.
According to Notebook Italia, it looks like Samsung is readying the release of their own 12-inch netbook, the NC20. The Dell Inspiron Mini 12 has a challenger!
Samsung is the latest to join the UMPC/netbook party with the NC10, though it's wrapping its tiny notebook with PR spin that it's "a stylish alternative to existing products in the space." There's a 10.2-inch/1024 x 600-pixel screen, Atom processor, 8-hour battery life, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, memory card reader, and 80GB…