That's right. With that price.
Might as well pay the jobs tax (but I won't now on principle).
Back to the drawing board, lads. Seriously now, what you want to do, Samsung, is design something that's reasonably cheap, tough and reliable, with good ergonomics, and good endurance. And if this is possible at all, relatively easy end user expandable at least as far as the ram and HD are concerned. Grunt, tbh, these days is probably, overrated.
Suggestion, 10-13 inch size form factor... MATTE screen, something approximating the size of a macbook air, but with more battery life.
Does not have to be a core thingo processor unless you guys are absolutely sure it gives the best endurance. Doesn't even have to be intel. An Atom will suffice for me, to be honest, I would prefer an arm for the novelty if anything else, but marketing wise I can see the argument of staying x86 so that there is a choice available to the end user whether to run windows or not. My preference for a light 'netbook' is endurance not grunt, and something that's ergonomic and does not burn your bollox off.
Of course, out of the box, the machine should be easily linuxable without any device driver hell. If possible it should come without a windows tax and ideally should run some reasonably not too alien, open debian derivative (Don't want to see anything like that xandross Eee linux ever again but even so, that's not the end of the world).
If you make it right, I would pay anything from 50% to 75% the price of a similarly configured macbook air. If you make it *really* sweet I might possibly even pay the equivalent of a macbook air.
But more than a macbook air? You gotta be dreaming.