Quick dial for optimised performance
A simple Mode Dial lets you switch quickly between 4 different modes for optimum performance. Gaming mode make playing easier, while Balanced mode is ideal for general use. In Library mode fan noise is reduced and any unnecessary lighting or sound is switched off. And in Green mode you can save power eg. during long downloads.
Optimised Gaming mode
Give yourself an advantage by switching to Gaming mode. It turbo cools the CPU to keep it working at full speed for non-stop gaming action. The Windows key and touch pad can also be disabled using the Gaming mode settings to avoid accidental interruptions, and the main gaming keys are highlighted in red, so you play faster with fewer errors. Plus it activates special wall paper and theme controls.
- Genuine Windows® 7 Home Premium (64-bit)
- 17.3" SuperBright 400nit FHD 3D LED Display (1920 x 1080)
- AMD Radeon™ HD6970M
- 2GB DDR5
- 1.5TB S-ATAII Hard Drive (7200RPM, 750GB x 2)
- BluRay Drive
- HD Audio
- Mic Noise Suppression
Dolby Home Theatre®
- 4W Stereo Speaker (2W x 2)
- 2 megapixel Webcam
- Intel® Core™ i7 Processor 2670QM (2.2GHz, 6MB L3 Cache)
- 409 x 284.8 x 32.99 ~ 52.6mm
- 8GB DDR3 System Memory at 1333MHz (4GB x 2)
- 4 DIMM Slots
- Intel HM65
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Apriori on 2012-02-03
Most laptops can be upgrade via a simple hatch, as this doesn't involve opening the main laptop structure you should be ...
Nickt on 2012-03-04
where are the two memory modules already installed
swiftylee1972 on 2012-03-24
The original memory modules are installed within the main workings of the computer, situated underneath the keyboard and...
Samsung Service on 2012-03-26