Samsung produce 65% of the components required to build its laptops and also supply major global laptop vendors. Therefore the electronics company creates products and services that are not only of the highest quality, but also offer the best possible value for money.

Although Samsung no longer sell laptops in Europe (as announced in 2014), there are still many of their laptops available, including from outside of Europe.

Samsung Series 9 NP900X3B Review

If you’re after an ultraportable laptop then this should surely be on your shortlist. However, whether or not it wins...

Samsung Series 9 900X3A Review

The second generation of Series 9 is a beautiful machine, with a good amount of power, but a few little...

Samsung Series 7 Gamer Review

The Samsung Series 7 Gamer is a true contended to the gaming laptop crown. It’s good looking, if a little...
Samsung Chronos Laptop

Samsung Series 7 Chronos Review

The Samsung Series 7 Chronos is a laptop that transcends business and play and comes with plenty of power in...

Samsung RV720 Review

The RV720 is the big brother to the RV520, though with a larger screen and less RAM and slightly less...

Samsung NS310 Review

The NS310 would have been a great netbook 5 years ago, unfortunately, it’s not 2007 and it’s not a great...

Samsung NC110 Review

The Samsung NC110 is a lovely looking netbook, that’s the perfect spiritual successor to the original portable computers. It’s cheap,...

Samsung Series 5 Chromebook

Ask any great inventor and they’ll tell you the best concepts don’t always work out in practice. The Google Chromebook...