Zenodroid, 03 Apr 2018Still Samsung, dude. You do know that they make more than phones, tablets and computers. Right... moreOf course I did not know. It's not like they don't do a lot of PC stuff like RAM and NAND either, or that they unveiled last week a line of PCs and I definitely did not comment on that.
And just reinstall Windows using the Media Creation Tool if you really believe that. Like a ''Signature Edition'' laptop from the MS Store.
The specifications are decent, almost the same as other budget gaming laptops at this performance range, but what the hell is that design? For real, they have really good sales revenue, even if they are using premium parts for that, the design is a little uninspiring in my own opinion. The bezels of the laptop are the thickest I have ever seen on a 15.6". I know these are different divisions of the company, but couldn't they inspire design from their SAMSUNG smartphone division?
Zenodroid, 03 Apr 2018A gaming computer with very delayed updates and full of bloatware. I'm almost going to say I'l... moreEither you're trolling here or being extremely idiotic, like Samsung control when Windows updates are pushed out, the only thing that I might agree and I can't even prove if this is going to be true is that it might have some useless apps, just like Acer, and numerous other manufacturers do.
bakayaro, 03 Apr 2018The design is so 2000It looks great like a classic old laptop..
ProJames, 03 Apr 2018Updates comes from MS, Intel and NVIDIA... Not everything is Android dude.Still Samsung, dude. You do know that they make more than phones, tablets and computers. Right? Or I guess you don't know that.
Fulljack, 03 Apr 2018no, I mean put the numpad on the side of keyboard and touchpad beneath it. no need to ditch th... moreOh yeah
But this isn't the first time a thin gamer laptop put the touchpad on the side and the keyboard closer to the bottom. I'm pretty sure it's to make room the the actual components and the cooling solution, closer to the screen.
Because with a 6 core CPU and a dedicated GPU in a body that appear to be pretty slim, it will need all the space it can get to not overheat and throttle like it's in hell.
Anonymous, 03 Apr 2018Having an integrated touchpad (or pointing device such as a trackpoint) is a way to make sure ... moreno, I mean put the numpad on the side of keyboard and touchpad beneath it. no need to ditch the numpad that way, especially since numpad are useful for power user/gamer
54 Whr battery lasts for a 5 hour when browsing the web on a much lower power CPU. This CPU + GPU make the battery life non existant. Max-p might be more efficient, if not, then it last even shorter.
Fulljack, 03 Apr 2018would be nice if they opt for numpad on the right of keyboard instead of touchpadHaving an integrated touchpad (or pointing device such as a trackpoint) is a way to make sure that you can operate the machine in any circumpstance, even in BIOS/EFI, where your USB mouse might not be recognized.
Tho i think a numpad would make more sense for a gaming laptop
Aw. No numpad. Battery will not last an hour on gaming. And nice to see a hexacore gaming laptop.
A gaming computer with very delayed updates and full of bloatware. I'm almost going to say I'll rather go for acer or hp, but I'm sure it's the same trash.