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This version of the A7D, one of the standout products at the 2015 International CES, costs less and runs for much longer on a single battery charge when compared which the premium configuration we originally tested. That makes it sound like a clear-cut winner, but there are a few important caveats.
While the outer surface is matte aluminum, the inside is basic black, with a subtle dark pattern over the wrist rest and black keys set into a black keyboard tray. The keys are backlit, which is a welcome bonus in a system this thin and small. While on the shallow side, the island-style keys are responsive and well-spaced for touch typing. Media functions on the F-key row are reversed, which means you can adjust the volume and screen brightness without having to hold down the Fn key.
The large clickpad-style touchpad is similar to what we've seen on recent high-end Dell systems. It works fine for basic navigating and tapping or clicking, but I also find the all-important two-finger scroll to be not as smooth as I'd like (or as smooth as one would expect from a MacBook). It felt notably smoother using Microsoft's IE11 Web browser than in Google's Chrome. Navigating up and down long Web pages often sent me to the touchscreen on the first, higher-end XPS 13 we reviewed, but in this less expensive, non-touch configuration, you're out of luck.
The 13.3-inch display has a nearly borderless edge-to-edge design, available in two versions, a 3,200x1,800-pixel touch panel and a 1,920x1,080-pixel non-touch version. We've now had a chance to test and use both versions, and which one you choose makes a fairly significant difference to the overall experience.
The higher-resolution screen has a glossy glass overlay that provides touch control and also serves to create a single-layer smooth surface over the entire top panel of the laptop. The 1080p version has a matte finish and lacks that glass overlay. That means the bezel is slightly raised above the screen itself, and you don't have a single, level surface, but instead a screen that is slightly inset. Build quality and engineering, plus amazing battery life, for a great price.
I have bought this PC for specially this amazing features:
Screen Size 27 inches
Touch screen HD display with Superior picture clarity from any angle within 178 degrees without any colour distortion 14 watt speakers with Tweeter and Dolby sound bring you rich,realistic sound that’s perfect for home entertainment
WQHD resolution display provides a much clearer viewing experience and also fits more information on the screen
Powerful AMD Radeon HD 7850M graphics deliver smooth video playback,so you can play even the most demanding games without any delay
Graphics RAM Type DDR3 SDRAM
Graphics Card Ram Size 1024 MB
RAM Size 6 GB
Computer Memory Type DDR3 SDRAM
Hard Drive Size 1 TB
Processor Intel Core i5
Processor Speed 2.9GHz
Operating System Windows 8
1 x Wireless mouse;1 x Wireless Keyboard
My opinion after usingit is as follow:
Good all in one for gamers the next model up is more suited to games tho.Runs Far cry 3 on high to very high settings and battlefield 3 high to very high setting without any noticible slowdown.It is an overall decent PC with an amazing Samsung LED screen but it has no capacity for customization on a more advanced level:Max Ram 8GB(of which 4GB are embedded),graphics drivers are only available through Samsung's SW Update,windows are OEM thus a clean installation is out of the question and last but not least partitioning through Samsung's recovery tool allows a maximum of 2 partitions.Stylish,sleek and displays really in depth images.Would have liked usb ports to be on side of monitor as it is difficult to plug in devices at the back.
Samsung possesses one of the better design aesthetics in the industry, and it shows in the design of the 23.6-inch display model of the Series 7 All-in-One. This $1000 PC will draw many an admiring look, and its Core i5 CPU helps it deliver smooth everyday performance and wonderful movie viewing. But gameplay is strictly low-res, and as with most all-in-ones, you're paying a lot for the form factor.
One of the first things you'll notice about the Series 7 is that the power button is on the front. Most all-in-ones force you to hunt for it. Fortunately, the LED that back-lights the button is relatively low-key and shouldn't bug you when you're watching a movie or listening to music.
The bezel surrounding the display and most of the PC is black, while the attractively styled base and edge trim are silver. Unlike some all-in-ones we've seen recently, the base/stand doesn't block access to the surface it sits on. You can fit stuff underneath, including the keyboard, when you're not using it, and you can easily reach the desk or table area behind it.
The keyboard and mouse that Samsung ships with the Series 7 are wireless and are styled to match the all-in-one. The short-throw keyboard has a decent feel, but bangers might not like its relatively weak tactile feedback. The heft of the mouse is slightly above average, primarily because of the battery inside. To most users it will feel solid but not heavy.
The Series 7 comes with plenty of ports. On the left, hidden behind a flip-open panel are an SD-Multi slot, two USB 3.0 ports, and headset and microphone jacks. On the back are a Kensington lock port, a power jack, ethernet, three USB 2.0 ports (one of which is occupied by the keyboard/mouse wireless dongle), an HDMI input and output, and a DisplayPort jack. The right side houses a DVD-RAM burner.
Samsung Series 7 700A7D is a nice pc desktop there are some things that i like on this big beast specially Compact and powerful, LED HD display steals the show, Gorgeous color and sharpness, Decent of USB 3.0 ports, Ample port options in general, High end gaming titles run great at low720pish 1tb of storage on SATA is a great launch point also there are some things that i dont like on this pc desctop and here is That HDD is noticeably sluggish, The gesture functionality falls flat, It's uninituative and in accurate, A larger screen would be nice, But the price point is already pretty high
also Samsung has captured our attention, and our Editors' Choice Award, in its U.S. desktop debut, and we expect the Series 7 all-in-one PC will attract many mainstream customers with its appealing looks and accessible touch...