Samsung Series 7 Chronos 780Z5E




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By PC Advisor on 80

There's nothing very fancy about this updated version of Samsung's Series 7 Chronos. It doesn't have a Haswell processor, and it's way too heavy to call itself an Ultrabook, but if you're looking for a smart, powerful desktop replacement machine for use...

By PC Pro on 83

Great performance, build quality and excellent battery life make Samsung's Series 7 Chronos a laptop to be reckoned with, but it's not quite the match of the Retina MacBook...

By Expert Reviews on 100

Powerful hardware, massive battery life and a good graphics processor make this the Ultimate laptop...

By TechRadar AU on 80

You might also like... Windows 8 review While the Samsung Series 7 Chronos is a beautiful laptop, the PC is dying. Unless you're regularly pushing your device to its limits, most users will be happy with the performance offered by Microsoft Surface Pro...

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The Samsung Series 7 Chronos isn't the kind of notebook we normally spend time with at ZDNet. It runs Windows 7 Home Premium (64-bit), and we normally require our Windows notebooks to run Windows 7 Professional or Ultimate.But if you can get over the...

International Review By on 80

The Samsung Series 7 Chronos is a bit expensive, but is totally worth every cent. Buymeter: 4 Tech Specs: Screen: 15-inch HD LED, 300 nits of brightness, 1600 x 900 resolutionMemory: 6GB of RAMCPU: Intel Core i5-2430M (2.4GHz)Physical Dimensions: 363 x...

International Review By on

Cũng giống như mẫu Series 7 Ultra được giới thiệu tại CES 2013, Series 7 Chronos chưa được hãng Samsung công bố giá bán. Trang công nghệ Cnet dự đoán giá bán của sản phẩm này sẽ tương đương thế hệ trước, vào khoảng 1200 USD (xấp xỉ 25 triệu đồng) hoặc...

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While the Series 7 is a great Ultrabook, and one of the best we've seen, its hardware is flagging in comparison to Apple's latest MacBook. The screen, though, is magnificent, and deserves the sort of round-the-block queues usually reserved for...