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The Samsung RF710 desktop replacement laptop is a capable notebook with a strong mix of components, but ultimately it seems to underperform relative to other systems…
£1,135 inc VAT
Two graphics processors and a fast Intel CPU drive this curvy 13-incher, but is that enough to award the Samsung SF310 the checquered flag?
£750 inc VAT
The Samsung RF710 is an entertainment laptop with 17in screen and Blu-ray Disc drive, backed up with an Intel quad-core processor and two 500GB hard drives.
£1,150 inc VAT
Samsung has set its Apple photocopier to 'stun' with the Samsung 900X3A ultraportable notebook, a dark Windows tribute to the MacBook Air.
£1,324 inc VAT
In the under-£500 category, the Samsung RV511 is an Intel Core i3-powered 15in-screen laptop, packing most of the features you'd need in a budget laptop.
£480 inc VAT
The Samsung Series 5 Chromebook is a sleek laptop, but Chrome OS underwhelms. Updated, 10 June 2011
£349 inc VAT
The Samsung NS310 is a quite literally shiny example of how the netbook market has matured in three years.
£279 inc VAT
If you really don’t need to do more than send the odd email and browse the web while you’re on the move, and perhaps open an Office document from time to time, then…
£240 inc VAT
The Samsung NP-RV720 is a big, hulking brute of a laptop.
£490 inc VAT
The Samsung NP600B5B-S01UK is a solid business-focused laptop with a good turn of speed, scoring 125 in our WorldBench 6 tests.
£800 inc VAT
The Samsung Series 9 notebook was an early attempt to emulate the Apple MacBook Air, and now the Samsung Samsung NP900X3A-B01 has had a small processor boost.
£1,099 inc VAT
The Series 5 is a good (albeit thick) ultraportable laptop that performs well, has plenty of storage and an optical drive.
£749 inc VAT
The Samsung NP530U4BL is a sub-2kg laptop with 14in display and built-in optical drive.
£799 inc VAT
The Samsung Series 7 Gamer laptop manages to be powerful enough to play the latest games and affordable enough to leave money in your bank account. Read our Samsung…
£1,440 inc VAT
Samsung Series 9 review: A superb 13.3in Ivy Bridge ultrabook with excellent build quality and a stunning display.
£1,023 inc VAT
Can Google's updated Chrome OS address the flaws with the original? Is it worth paying the same amount for a Chromebook as a budget Windows laptop? We find out in our…
£380 inc VAT
Samsung's Series 9 notebook range includes the NP900X4C-A01UK, a 15in screen model now packing Intel Ivy Bridge power and familiar Air-like styling.
£1,299 inc VAT
The Samsung NP300E5A is the company's cheapest 15in laptop, yet still packs some impressive application performance thanks to a speedy Intel Core i3 processor.
£420 inc VAT
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…
£480 inc VAT
The Samsung 550P7C is a capable 17in laptop with power to spare for general computing and Windows games.
£850 inc VAT
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