Reviews and Problems with Samsung Chromebook Series 5 / XE550C22
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Review Samsung 550C22-H01US Chromebook
7 July 2012
Conclusion: As stated in the introduction, the Google Chromebooks target a very specific audience . The office worker that already uses Google services almost exclusively and is constantly working while traveling will find a lot to like about this new second generation model. The notebook does almost everything it is intended to do extremely well, including the simple-but-speedy UI, high screen brightness, glare-free display, great security and reliability, extremely long battery...
Pros: Bright matte display, Large touchpad, Long battery life, Secure and reliable, Almost instantaneous performance, Easy to use and learn, Strong wireless capabilities, Almost noiseless, DisplayPort and USIM options, The Chromebook has a narrow and limited focus, but everything feels instantaneous and effortless. Without any of the bloatware or distractions, heavy notetaking and moderate office work are ideal tasks for the Chromebook. The matte display, long battery life,...
Cons: Limited in flexibility and scope, Essentially useless without an available Internet connection, Not easily end-user upgradeable, no USB 3.0/HDMI/eSATA/sleep-and-charge, Fragile AC connector
Conclusion: What the Chromebook does, it does well. It’s not an exaggeration to say that this is the best Web browsing experience that you’ll find on a laptop. It’s quick, smooth, easy to navigate via multi-touch scrolling and supported by a brilliant matte display. As a portable web browser, the Samsung Series 5 is perfect.
Pros: Great user interface, Bright, pleasing matte display, Excellent performance (for the price), Long battery life
Cons: Chrome OS still lacks functionality, Poor connectivity