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Samsung RF710 laptop review

Gadget Watch: "Functional but not particularly distinctive"
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Written by Luke Westaway on

Gadget Watch: "Functional but not particularly distinctive"

Considering hitting the shops? Looking for inspiration? Check out the latest in our series of gadget mini-reviews, courtesy of silicon.com's sister site CNET UK, the home of technology reviews. For the full review and details, click on the link below.

The Samsung RF710 laptop is a good all-rounder, but other laptops perform better for less money
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What is it: A laptop aimed at power users

Price: About £1,100

Good:

  • Sturdy build quality
  • Decent performance
  • Good keyboard and trackpad

Bad:

  • Display isn't the brightest we've seen
  • Very big and heavy
  • Unimpressive battery life

The judgement: The 17.3-inch Samsung RF710-S03UK looks okay and offers decent performance for your cash. But, while it's a good all-rounder, we've seen other laptops perform better for less money.

Reviewed by: CNET.co.uk's Luke Westaway.

Read the full Samsung RF710 review here.

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