Reviews and Problems with Samsung NP700G7-series Games 17.3"
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Samsung Series 7 Gamer review: a big, beefy and shiny laptop ready for the latest titles
8 March 2014
Excerpt: With its blue backlit keyboard and i7 processor, Samsung’s Series 7 Gamer laptop is a big shiny box of power. At 17 inches and 9 pounds, it’s more of a semi-portable desktop replacement than a truly portable laptop.
Conclusion: We’re able to appreciate the laptop’s incredible hardware in spite of its design shortcomings. This isn’t just a gaming machine; it’s also a portable workstation, a multi-media powerhouse, and a capable desktop replacement. The Samsung Series 7 Gamer is the only computer you’d ever need.
Pros: Pleasing keyboard and touchpad, The best laptop display we’ve ever tested, Quick, well-rounded performance, Affordable (for a gaming laptop)
Cons: Gaudy exterior, Average build quality, Subpar connectivity, Poor battery life
Conclusion: The fun of the mode dial's sound and light show may wear off after the first few times you use it, but the Samsung Series 7 Gamer still gives you a powerful 17.3-inch gaming laptop for under $2,000.
Pros: Solid performance, Reasonably priced, Plenty of ports, Backlit keyboard
Cons: Reflective screen, Mode dial mostly a gimmick, Bulky, A little bloatware
Summary: Noble gamer. Samsung introduces the Samsung Series 7 700G7C, a high-performance gaming notebook that seeks to extend the premium Series 7 family. Featuring an Intel Core i7 quad-core processor, the Nvidia GeForce GTX 675M, 16 GB RAM, a Blu-Ray drive, and illuminated elements, the elegant piano black...
Excerpt: Samsung’s Series 7 lineup is targeted at folks who want a little more oomph in their laptops, offering larger screens, gaming-ready GPUs, and potent processors. It’s time to meet the family’s portly fun-loving uncle, the Series 7 Gamer.
Summary: With record-breaking speed, a superb display and excellent keyboard, the Samsung Series 7 Gamer is one of the best gaming laptops to hit our labs. Games ran smoothly even at their highest settings and videos and Web pages looked spectacular on the full HD display.
Samsung Series 7 Gamer – the Alienware competitor gets updated specs and is coming to the US
31 January 2012
Excerpt: Samsung has been quite active at CES 2012, announcing a wide range of products, including several new laptop series and a lot of upgrades to existing models. One of the most interesting offers was the Samsung Series 7 Gamer – as the name suggests, these laptops are meant for gaming and going by the...
Summary: Attack on the gaming elite. Alienware and Asus have to watch out: Samsung presents a serious opponent for the gaming leaders, M17x and G74SX, called 700G7A. In addition to high-end components (Radeon HD 6970M) and good equipment (Blu-Ray drive), the 17 inch laptop has an illuminated keyboard.
Pros: High-end screen, Illuminated keyboard, Good input devices, Good equipment, Two big HDDs, Blu-Ray drive, Recovery DVD, Great performance, Samsung has opted for an extremely fast high-end GPU with the Radeon HD 6970M.
Cons: Temperatures during load, Sensitive lid, Scanty battery life, High weight, A matt case lid and a better battery life.
Conclusion: There's no doubt that the Samsung Series 7 Gamer is a specialist machine -- too heavy for standard use and a bugger to carry around, it's a power-hungry beast with a pushy processor and a standout screen that's built for gamers who like to play hard, fast and long.
Pros: Great screen, lots of ports, powerful processor and graphics