Samsung RF711 Notebook
Mobile computing is no longer the exception; it is the norm. It used to be that people had a desktop system as their primary computer, and perhaps a notebook for travel, or business, or away at college if there was some spare cash. That’s no longer the case, as notebooks are the de facto standard for these users; it is commonplace to see notebooks in classrooms on campus, in airports, in a hotel lobby.
The market for mobile computers, and specifically notebooks, is not only large but also very competitive. A handful of companies tend to dominate the marketplace, and it isn’t easy to survive if you’re newer to that market. Frankly, it would take an industry heavyweight to make a splash. And that’s exactly what we’ve been seeing from Samsung. A computing and technological titan, Samsung is no stranger to the mobile phone market or TV and home electronics, but is fairly new to the notebook market.
Samsung is looking to make a splash in the mobile multimedia department with their latest notebook, the RF711. Packing a 2nd Gen Sandy Bridge Intel Core i7 processor, discrete Nvidia graphics card, and some minimalist styling, the RF711 looks to be a smart all-around multimedia system with a respectable price tag.
Let’s have a closer look at the Samsung RF711 and see how it fares.
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