Samsung has designed the most commonly used features to be fast and simple to use. Switch networks in a heartbeat. Customize your sound and vision in a flash. Adjust power settings for longer battery life. Samsung gives you easy and complete control over it all.
Thin profile, clean lines and an elegant aesthetic make the Series 7 beautiful to behold. It instantly improves the look of any home or office.
The brilliant LED-backlit screens boast 1920 x 1080 Full HD resolution, for stunning images you’ll want to reach out and touch. And since they also offers simple touch screen interaction, you can. The touch screens give you a simple interface with both your professional and personal lives, and for even greater style and tablet-style functionality, the screen folds completely flat.
Full flat design on the Samsung AIO allows you to lay the PC all the way down, making it a full horizontal touch interface. Make the screen bend to your needs, not the other way around.
With Samsungs innovative Touch Launcher, you can keep all of your most important applications a mere touch away. Designed to easily bring common application to a touch friendly environment, this software allows for a familiar touch based access to be layered onto your desktop. Use your touchscreen the way that it was meant to be used.
The Easy Migration utility makes it simple to transfer all your favorite files from your old PC to your new Samsung, in just a few easy steps. It’s moving made easy.
In keeping with the Series 7 all in one’s simple and elegant design, the included keyboard and mouse are wireless.
Color of the casing that the laptop comes in.
The diagonal measurement of a laptop screen, from corner to corner.
Technology that enables users to interact with a phone by touching images, words, or icons on the display.
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.
Specialized CPU - in cell phones, computers, game consoles - that offloads graphics from a processor.
Storage that retrieves and modifies data in blocks, rather than individually, for optimal graphic performance.
Internal drive that uses laser light to read and write media on CDs, DVDs, and other disc formats.
Additional speakers that supplement or enhance the sound generated from a netbook's internal speaker.
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.
Width, height and depth of the laptop, as measured in inches (in.).
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