From connectivity to stunning screen quality even down to an integrated Optical Disk Drive Samsung offers a full feature 0.69” thin Notebook that truly sacrifices nothing.
The Samsung Series 5 535 Notebook is amazingly portable and perfectly designed for a mobile life. Because it's remarkably thin and light it's easy to take it with you anytime and anywhere.
With the Samusung Series 5 535 Notebook, you have all the connectivity and ports that you need to get things done. From blazing fast USB, to a full size memory card reader, you have all the ports that you need. Don’t let your laptop limit your creativity, let your laptop unleash it.
Do everything more efficiently with the blazingly fast performance of the Samsung Series 5 535 Notebook. With Fast Boot the computer boots-up in just 20 seconds while Fast Start wakes from sleep in 2 seconds. Plus Fast Browsing makes frequently viewed web pages run 2x faster.
Samsung excels at picture quality. The razor-sharp high-definition LCD screen features SuperBright™ technology, for a brilliant 300-nit screen (up to 40% brighter than many traditional PCs) and stunning range of color (up to 16 million colors). You can multi-task and get things done with ease and enjoy every little detail of your favorite pictures and films.
Color of the casing that the laptop comes in.
The diagonal measurement of a laptop screen, from corner to corner.
Total amount of available memory may be less based on system configurations graphics support, and other factors.
Accessible capacity varies; MB = 1 million bytes, GB = 1 billion bytes, TB = 1 trillion bytes. Please note that a portion of the hard drive is reserved for system recovery, operating system and preloaded content software.
Storage that retrieves and modifies data in blocks, rather than individually, for optimal graphic performance.
Built-in, high-res camera above screen that enables user to video chat, conference, and upload clips.
Technology that links a computer to Local Area Networks (LAN) without wires, often for internet access.
High-Definition Multimedia Interface. Industry standard for transmitting HD video between components.
Universal Serial Bus. Interface standard for connecting peripherals to a computer. USB 2.0 is high-speed.
Terminal that is used to connect a computer to Local Area Networks (LAN) via an ethernet cable.
Surface on keyboard (and monitor) that translates position of fingers to a relative position on screen.
Anti-theft system in which a key or combination lock and cable apparatus can attach to the computer.
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