The Samsung Series 7


With 2011 almost ending making map for 2012, one wonders what unusual technology awaits us. Nevertheless, 2011 has seen some serious technology improvements and breakthroughs and one of those was the introduction of the Samsung Series 7 laptop. The Series 7 comes with a heavenly, thin conceal and visually intriguing chassis. It also has extra processing power as well as features. In addition, it has a relatively longer battery life with a nicely done backlit keyboard. Finally, the Samsung Series 7 comes with a dedicated AMD graphics, a large addition, rightall see samsung series 7 reviews here

The Samsung Series 7 is shipped in with a quad-core Intel Core i7 processor, a vast multitouch click pad, a 1 GB AMD Radeon graphics card, a slot load DVD drive, a sleek aluminium make, a backlit keyboard which all closely follow the fifteen-inch MacBook Pro. Battery life on the Series 7 can last you more than six hours, impressive when comparing to other laptops out there. Maintaining with most mid size laptops the features and ports on the Series 7 are what I would have expected (HDMI, USB 3.0, Bluetooth) . Located on the left side is the Ethernet port normally compressed, however, a slight "pull down" tab opens the port. In addition, a mini video port connecting to an included dongle now replaces the usual standard VGA port.

You will collect that there are a few lookalike versions of the Series 7 with some having only 6GB of RAM, while others in retail configurations appear to grasp Bluetooth plus the extra VGA dongle. For instance when comparing it with the Dell XPS and Vaio SE 15z configurations, this Series 7 will give you similar status of specs.

Performance wise the Series 7 managed to outperform other brands like the Toshiba Satellite while slightly uninteresting compared to the Vaio. Many hardcore computer users would be glowing with a dual-core Core i5 processor without losing considerable speed; however, the excess power here comes in handy for gaming.

AMD Radeon 6750M graphics will provide suited levels of gaming power. Reducing the graphics settings alternatively gaming at 1,366×768 pixels will likely improve any game issues like lagging. The Series 7 is okay to play fair about any game on it however, I would not recommend it as a gamers' laptop.

Other released Samsung Series did manage to live up to their product description but the Series 7 I personally feel it will trace for a long time to arrive.