Reviews and Problems with Samsung ATIV Book 6 / NP670Z5E / NP680Z5E
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Good laptop but has touchpad and wifi issues.
Max Nishimura "mxnishi", Amazon
24 November 2014
Summary: Bought this as a replacement for a Sony Vaio that I've been using for about 3 years. I did my research, and I wanted a laptop that had a quad core i7 processor, a 1080p screen, a dedicated graphics card, had no cd drive, and looked stylish. This laptop fit that bill.
Summary: I have owned this since January of 2014. I will say, in the current state, the laptop is screaming but that took upgrades. The HD it comes with is very slow, that was recently upgraded to a Samsung SSD. The Intel Wi-Fi card that it comes would not consistently connect to our home network.
Summary: Being as I started from an older Dell, 32bit XP OS desktop, my ATIV much better. It did die once - I couldn't reboot. I just waited until the fan stopped, and let it chill-out a bite. I do shutdown now whenever the PC is not in use. I did install 8.1, and that was painless.
Summary: I am fairly tech savvy and i fall in the group of bigger is better. i was contiplateing between this laptop and an ultrabook. I didn't buy it for its size or the size of the hard drive (but it is nice). i picked this one because of the keyboard and its number pad and i am glad i did.
Summary: Flawless shipping, flawless set-up...far too much Samsung bloatware. Am using a SSD on my desktop, and found this painfully slow. Considered opening and changing out the 5400 RPM drive, but decided to opt for a laptop with a built in SSD. For this reason only, returned the laptop.