Samsung have just released a new 2021 Chromebook model, the Chromebook 4 XE310XBA-KC1US. It is an affordable and well suited laptop for school tasks and everyday basic computing. And while the Samsung isn’t the best Chromebook out there, its price makes for an attractive option to consider as a secondary device.
The all-new Samsung Notebook 7 Force (NP760XBE-X01US) is a 15.6-inch laptop that’s in direct competition with some of the industry’s most acclaimed giants. It features an understated and minimalist design, with an almost monochrome color palette. While both looks and hardware components will definitely impress people, value for money will not. I’ll explain in detail below.
Samsung have just released a new breed of lightweight notebooks. The 7 series comes in multiple size and hardware options. This particular model I’ll be reviewing today is the 13.3 inch flagship, the Samsung Notebook 7 NP730XBE-K02US. It’s the most powerful and future-proof out of their 13-inch lineup, and I consider it to be the one to go for if you’re after a a thin, ultra portable and stylish laptop.
What I’m about to review is a laptop that’s been built and marketed as an alternative to more recognisable ultrabook names, such as the Dell XPS or the ASUS ZenBook. The Samsung Notebook 9 NP900X5N-X01US has the features and looks to seriously give the two models I’ve mentioned a run for their money. But does it have the specs, as well?
Today I’m looking at a new model from Samsung’s Notebook 9 series, the NP900X5N-L01US. Judging by the price and the offering, I think it’s safe to assume this ultrabook is at least on par with other 15″ premium lightweight devices.
The Samsung Notebook Odyssey NP800G5M-X01US is a brand new gaming laptop. Considering its price, you’d be tempted to think this is a mid-range notebook, but after a short glance over the spec sheet, we quickly notice Samsung is offering more value for money than its competitors.