Summary: This is the first laptop that I have owned, I bought it in 2011 and am still using it today. I would highly recommend it. Even though it is three or so years old it still beats a lot of modern competition, and for 300$ WOW, I bought it for about 700$ back in 2011. 3 years old and still working great after all the hell I put it through.
Summary: I needed an additional laptop for my wife. Basic usage - internet Office and some videos. The laptop looks and feels great, the spacing between keys is optimal. I like the display, although it is a bit too big (should have taken a 13').
Summary: The best laptop I have had till today. It never broke down on me like HP, Sony, Compaq and other brands. I bought this laptop in September 2010 and I have been using this laptop for both home and work purpose. I have been running office, gis, and other modeling softwares, browsing internet and seeing movies without any over heating issues or other problems that I had with other laptops. The screen turns on immediately from sleep.
Pros: Keyboard- Good design, Touchpad- Difficut in the beginning but got used to it, Speakers - very good quality, Enough USB and HDMI ports, Sleek Design, Battery life
Cons: Inaccessible battery - but i never had to remove it, No bluetooth., Cant customize and buy at samsung store.
Summary: I purchased refurbished and could'nt be more happy, delivery the next day included. This will last me for the next 5 years; i5 and the works. There is no manual included, but once up, you can download it online. Great price and great product.
Summary: This unit is near perfection! I love the design... compact, solid build, nice keyboard and screen, great hardware for the $. Every day that I use it I love it more and more!! Others have commented on the touchy mouse pad, but all of this can be adjusted through the control panel, mouse properties, Elan Smart-pad, options tab. The mouse pad features that some find annoying do have a benefit for those that take the time to learn the functions.
Summary: I won't lie - what first drew me to this laptop was its look. It is the essence of cool - borrowing all the best parts from a host of other laptops and putting them together into the ultimate package. Ultra thin, light, and edge-to-edge glass = drool. But looks fade, right? Well, so far, the QX410's brains match its looks. This laptop is fast and powerful. I've been editing HD video on here as well as mixing multiple tracks of audio.
Summary: In order to provide an extensive review, I would have to wait some more time for such a review. However, my first impressions can (hopefully) suffice for now. I purchased this laptop from Woot! back on May 21st and eagerly awaited its arrival, which occurred on June 1st. I've had it for about a week now, have toyed with it, and so far it is wonderful. I could rave and go on about the great things about it, but I will only give a few cons for right now.
Summary: Let me start by saying there are some drawbacks to this computer: No bluetooth, no blueray, i5 and not i7, and I don't love the touchpad, but... There are some great features that I love on this laptop. The multimedia functionality is quite good. The processing speeds for multiple high-demand applications running simultaneously are good. The keyboard is very comfortable and responsive which is huge for me because I type on it a lot.