Looks can be very deceiving.
Packaging herself with a lovely face and oh-so-sexy body, Chun-Li is a kick-ass lady. She can do things you cannot imagine. She plays sweet music and can also make you suffer—badly. She has a sharp memory, and she can entertain you anytime. She will help you get through the toughest times and will keep you awake all night long. Chun-Li is everything that a techie would hope for.
Yes, Chun-Li is my four-day old Samsung N150 Plus Netbook. She got that name because she is pink and she is an Asian product. 😛 And even though we have been together for less than a week, I treat her as my best friend.
With other Chun-Lis coming in different colors, you know Samsung’s target market on this one: they could be a college student’s first laptop, or a fresh graduate’s first wages. They target the young people, the fashionistas, and students who want to get through their undergraduate thesis with a cutesy companion (ehem). Chun-Li’s very easy to carry as compared to Bear (my trusty old Powerbook G4 that weighs more than 2 kilos).
I can’t talk more about Chun-Li’s tech specs (you can google it though), but here’s what I can tell you: Chun-Li is made to adapt to the ever so changing needs of this generation. Basically, everything in Chun-Li is faster and better than Bear (R.I.P.). A built-in web camera and microphone helps a lot in online conferences too.
So far, Chun-Li helped me connect with my friends via Facebook and Yahoo! Messenger even when I am away at home. I won’t rant anymore about how bad of an idea it is to do an assignment in an internet café. She WILL help me finish my undergraduate thesis (I know she will. If not, she would have not fulfilled her purpose). And I know Chun-Li and I, we’ll be kicking more academic a**es as the school year goes. 😉