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Samsung Notebook 5 and 3 will do the job. And that's about it

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Dale Davies |
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Computers   Both Notebooks feature a zero-screw finish

Samsung Notebook 5 and Notebook 3 feature a seamless design with the latest hardware. Well, more or less so.

Samsung notebookBoth Notebooks feature a slim, sleek, zero-screw contemporary finish. The Samsung Notebook 5 and Notebook 3 measure just 19.6mm and 19.9mm wide respectively, making them easy to use, carry, and transport and that will any worker on the road happy. Designed to blend into any environment, the Samsung Notebook 3 is available in 15 inches and 14 inches, as well as, four unique colors – Misty Gray, Night Charcoal, Deep Peach, and Pure White.

Samsung notebookThe Samsung Notebook 5 is available in 15 inches and comes in a timeless and sophisticated Light Titan color, wrapped in a stylish metal body. The Samsung Notebook 5 and Samsung Notebook 3 are powered to perform; with an Intel Core i7 (Quad Core) Processor, a dual storage system and NVIDIA GeForce graphics cards, equipped with cutting edge hardware, delivering the very best experience for the casual gamer or general user.

Samsung notebookIntended to fit the everyday computing needs of consumers – the Notebooks have a wide precision touchpad, full-sized keyboards with number pads, and ergonomically crafted keycaps for comfortable typing. With an anti-glare panel, and colors tuned by Samsung Color Engine for stunningly vibrant images and videos, both devices are built with precision in mind. Well, you may like the design or not but it is a decent one.

Samsung notebookThe Samsung Notebook 3 and Notebook 5 might not turn heads in terms of hardware or special features, but that’s intentional. Samsung is positioning these two laptops for “everyday computing”, for those who need a serviceable mobile computer from a popular brand but without the bells and whistles. The only downside we see is the “zero-screw” finis which make those devices harder to repair or upgrade.


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