Samsung ATIV Book 9 Lite 13.3-inch Touchscreen Laptop – White (Quad Core 1.4GHz, 4GB RAM, 128GB SSD, LAN, WLAN, BT, Webcam, Integrated Graphics, Windows 8)

November 25, 2014 - Comment

Product Features Samsung ATIV Book 9 Lite (Touch) NP915S3G (13.3 inch) Notebook PC AMD Quad Core up to 1.4GHz Processor with 2MB L2 Cache 4GB (1600MHz) DDR3 128GB Solid State Drive You can post this "Samsung ATIV Book 9 Lite 13.3-inch Touchscreen Laptop – White (Quad Core 1.4GHz, 4GB RAM, 128GB SSD, LAN, WLAN, BT,

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Product Features

  • Samsung ATIV Book 9 Lite (Touch) NP915S3G (13.3 inch) Notebook PC
  • AMD Quad Core up to 1.4GHz Processor with 2MB L2 Cache
  • 4GB (1600MHz) DDR3
  • 128GB Solid State Drive

Comments

Marius87 says:

What you’d expect for a budget laptop Firstly this little machine is great for what it does, battery lasts about 7 hours on wifi with low screen brightness (non-touch screen version) and does most of the stuff I want and it is very light. I’d heard all the bad points before I bought this, they didn’t put me off too much, but as I see they are not listed here I will point them out.This laptop feels like an enlarged netbook, it has all the memory of a laptop (4Gb), but the processor and graphics are lacking somewhat.HD video is jittery and the screen is of a low quality, you can see the individual colored pixels from a distance away from the screen. I have a 6 year old 13.3″ work laptop which cost the same, with the same resolution, but is far better quality screen.The touchpad takes a while to get used to, it’s rather large and the fact that the base of the pad is also the mouse click means that the touchpad feels loose and flimsy at the bottom. I heard other people complain about the…

QuantumPenguin says:

Great machine for the price range I wanted something to allow me to work while traveling, so I was looking for something with ultrabook-like attributes but as I already have a very high specification PC at home I didn’t want to duplicate technology (or spend ultrabook money!). So this laptop fits the bill perfectly; it’s pretty light, very thin, good build quality and just generally does the job.It’s had some negative reviews elsewhere due to the “white label” processor but these reviews do not make much sense as one is presumably buying this machine for budget and high-portability reasons. One thing I would recommend is to get rid of Windows 8, aside from Windows 8 being awful; Windows 7 runs much better, quicker and smoother. I’ve also dual booted Windows 7 with a linux distribution which works extremely well.The machine boots very quickly, is very quiet, has a decent battery life (about 6-8 hours depending on what you are doing) has a good quality screen.If you are after…

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