Question about Samsung N310-13GO Netbook
Your netbook does not have the typical left/right click mouse button. It has instead a rocker-bar style mouse button. It requires you to rock the button to the right to initiate the right click. The pad also features multi-touch functionality, which means you can do things like bring your thumb and forefinger together or move them apart to change the size of photos or swivel your fingers to rotate an image, just like you might on a touch screen phone.
Posted on Dec 10, 2009
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