Hmms. Samsung laptops are new to Singapore but they're very established in other parts of the world like Europe, China, Thailand, Korea etc.
The pricing (imho) is not as competitive as brands such as acer/fujitsu etc, but tt's because samsung builds most of the components by itself, so there's better product/parts integration. You're paying for the confidence and peace of mind that your notebook won't die on you. The casing and stuff is made by Samsung (Mag-alloy, ~1mm)
There's an ultraportable model (Q30/Q30+) which weighs 1.1kg and it's red and veh chio. Price is about $1000 less than if you buy it from outside. I want one of those too *drool* cos it's light enough for me to bring to school and I can upload my pix to it on the go. It has a batt life of up to 7 hrs too =)
For those who want more powerful models there's the X20 series which has hardcore performance and a 15inch LCD. Pricing is down from list price too.
For those who want a wide-screen and native movie-playing capability there's the R50, which allows u to play movies on its 15.4inch widescreen without booting into windows. You save power and time =) and there's a batt life of up to 4.5 hrs!
Okie. Say enough liao :bsmilie:
Come down and BUYBUYBUY! esp you drudkh ^^
Wahhh evil! :cry: No lah, that one's the most expensive notebook around. The reason for the high price is because Samsung crammed high-performance, a very very bright and vibrant LCD and hardcore battery life into a ultra-portable package. There are other models of laptops around. Not as light as the Q30 series, but much less expensive.
Come down tmrw la, i'll bring you thru our range of models.