Summary: The Samsung NP535U3C laptop is a beautiful and elegant, extremely thin and extremely light weight. A part of the design, Which is its strength, it is a valid model Characterized by an excellent graphic department, by an internal capacity decidedly high for its category, from connectivity to be almost complete, except for the HDMI, and a long life.
Pros: Extensive connectivity, graphics card, Capacity, Amount of RAM, HD Audio, Quick Start, Design, Memory Card Reader
Summary: Affordably good. Samsung's Series 5 13-inch laptops do not only feature frequently used Intel components, but also alternative equipment from AMD. Despite the low price, AMD's combination might even reap in a few advantages for itself. We scrutinized whether this is the case.
Pros: Quite a few interfaces, Light, portable and stylish, Very bright and matte screen, Quiet and restrained system noise, Good price/performance ratio, The bundle as a whole offers a portable subnotebook that is absolutely sufficient for many tasks. The bright, matte screen also enables comfortable outdoor use.
Cons: Casing's partly moderate stability, Cramped ports, Teetering keyboard, Comparatively weak computing power, Contrast weak and viewing angle dependent screen, Fairly high power consumption in load, The version featuring the stronger 66 Wh battery, an SSD and a high-contrast as well as viewing angle stable screen.
Summary: It's only 14.9mm inch thick, and it weighs just 1.5kg, but the 13.3-inch Samsung Series 5 NP535U3C doesn't qualify as an Ultrabook. The reason? "Ultrabook" is a trademark belonging to Intel - and the Series 5 NP535U3C doesn't use an Intel processor. Instead, it has a 2.1GHz dual-core AMD Fusion A6-4455M processor. The crucial question: Can this ultrathin, AMD-based ultraportable laptop hold its own in an Ultrabook world?
Summary: The Samsung Series 5 NP535U3C-A01UK is an AMD-powered ultraportable laptop as thin and light as an Ultrabook, but it can't match the performance of its Intel-based rivals, as our Samsung Series 5 NP535U3C review shows.
Summary: When is an Ultrabook not an Ultrabook? When it’s Samsung’s latest Series 5 NP535U3C, of course. Because although this shares the same, shape, name and materials of construction as the Series 5 Ultrabook, inside there’s an A6 processor and graphics chip made by AMD. Ultrabook, if you’re not aware, is a trademark of arch-rival Intel. So this is not an Ultrabook. The A6 is one of a series of new processors codenamed Trinity.
Pros: Looks more expensive than it is, Supermodel proportions
Summary: Samsung NP535U3C подойдет тем, кто не планирует играть на дорожном ноутбуке, но кому важны его компактность, небольшая масса и симпатичный дизайн за небольшие деньги. Однако таким пользователям придется смириться в первую очередь со слабой матрицей устройства и рядом мелких недостатков.