With a gracefully curved exterior and highlighted with chrome accents, the SF510 breaks the mold of conventional styling. Its exterior is colored soft ivory with a dramatic chocolate brown interior. Stand out with the SF510 laptop.
Thanks to the 1-gigabit LAN and integrated WiMax technology, connecting to the Internet is simple wherever you go. Sharing is easy too with a 4-in-1 media reader. Enjoy wireless transfer of media such as your favorite videos, music and photos between your digital devices quickly.
Get mobility and the freedom, without worrying about battery life. The advanced Lithium Polymer battery and Samsung’s charging technology keep this battery going for up to 7 hours.* This battery life has up to 1,000 charges-a 100% improvement over Li-Ion batteries.
*Battery life will vary depending on the product model, configuration, power management settings, applications used, and wireless settings. The maximum capacity of the battery will decrease with time and use. Test results based on independent third party testing.
You no longer have to shut down your Samsung computer, just close its lid and it goes into a special powerless sleep mode. When you open the lid your computer comes back to life in 3 seconds and you are exactly at the same place as when you shut the lid. Fast Start saves your data and system configurations to your hard drive and PC memory. So, when you power it back on it is just like you left it.
Samsung’s edge-to-edge LED-backlit HD displays deliver rich detail and vibrant colors. The 16:9 aspect ratio displays widescreen DVD movies at the correct ratio, filling the entire screen with the movie you’re viewing.
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.
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.
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.
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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