Samsung Series 7 Laptops - 15.0" and 15.6" Models (NP700Z4 & NP700Z5)

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  1. PeterDLai

    PeterDLai Notebook Consultant

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    stick it in my veins!!


    the 15z was such a flop without a 14" and no quad core that I have been waiting for something.
    need to buy!
     
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    revival Notebook Enthusiast

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    I wonder if you can replace the HDD. I know you cant the battery.
    I wish they put a i7 in the 14 instead of i5. But its still pretty sweet either way
     
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    INCREDIBLE. I would sell my envy 14 and get that in a heartbeat.

    Samsung basically hit every winning part. Up to quad processor, 6750m graphics, 900p matte screen (YESH), solid nice looking chassis, slim, big battery, backlit keyboard, good price range! Before, all the manufacturers would miss one part.

    and yes, they copied apple.. but who cares? You use a computer the same way
     
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    Falle4ngel Notebook Geek

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    Would seriously consider swapping to this from a SB MBP 15. I'm very happy with it but for $1000 less I can get the exact same specifications with, what seems to be, excellent build quality. I'm very glad that someone on the PC side has finally decided to take the elements of what make the MBP attractive and apply them to their own products in a hopefully successful way.

    I must however agree that some of the elements are strikingly similar to design elements found on current and previous MBPs. Thin matte-bezel screen found on the santa rosa MBP, track pad from current MBP, circular feet from current MBP, and latch design from current MBP. The overall product is not a copy of a MBP, but something I think many of us switchers have wanted; a laptop that looks and feels great.

    One concern I have is how is this actually cooled? A quad core with a high-end AMD GPU with only one fan and one small fan outlet?
     
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    V_Chip Be about it.

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    It's beautiful.
     
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    Yeah, had to edit my OP with that information since that's a huge difference from the 6750M. :(

    I guess the 15.6" model (in a 14" laptop-sized chassis) is more alluring to me then.
     
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    I think the vent is built into the hinge like the MBP's. You see that huge long hinge? I think samsung copied that too. xD
     
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