Reviews and Problems with Samsung Series 5 Ultra Touch
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Samsung Series 5 UltraTouch – Samsung’s everyday Ultrabook with a touch enabled screen
7 April 2013
Conclusion: The hardware used in the Series 5 UltraTouch is nothing out of the ordinary, but that’s to be expected on a mainstream machine. The display is a normal TFT LCD unit with a 1366×768 resolution – enough for everyday work and Web browsing, but if you want to do any serious editing or heavy spreadsheet work it may get cumbersome.
Samsung Series 5 UltraTouch review: a solid, if slightly overpriced, mid-range Ultrabook
16 February 2013
Summary: The Series 5 UltraTouch is a solid mid-range Windows 8 Ultrabook, with decent battery life, a responsive touchscreen and a tasteful design. If you wanted, though, you could get the same specs for less money.
Pros: Decent battery life for a touch system, Attractive design, Narrow bezels, responsive touchscreen, Comfortable keyboard
Cons: Some touchpad issues, Heavy, even for a touchscreen Ultrabook, Other laptops offer the same or better specs for less money
Summary: There is a lot to like about the Samsung Series 5 Ultra Touch. One of the things we loved was the convergence of the accurate & responsive touchscreen with the amazing keyboard. It’s good for a lot of things indeed, especially with Windows 8, but we found some things that could use improvement.