I managed to acquire one of these laptops at a price of six hundred and seventy-eight dollars, (it was on sale) and at that price I was incredibly impressed by this machine's performance. A thousand dollars wasn't in my budget, and if that's what this one was going for, then I wouldn't have bought it. Still, the performance offered is nevertheless more than adequate for a mainstream gamer like myself.
...stopped reading there. 15.6" should have full HD. It's no wonder PC sales are down with stuff like this. Make 1080p the standard of choice on a 15.6" display and the whole market looks more appetizing. It is 2012 and I expect high-definition, low-power draw, USB 3.0, nice keyboard and a pleasant battery life. No one wants a laptop that has this kind of DPI, especially these days where "retina" labelling is coming of age. SSD's should really become more standard though I can see why they aren't.
For $1000 I could have all the features I've mentioned plus much better graphics. Big name companies like Samsung, Apple, don't care about prices, but they should be caring about specs. Samsung, at least in this case, definitely isn't.
Multimedia. The manufacturer Samsung has lately been particularly associated with the Galaxy S smartphones series. However, Samsung is not an unknown manufacturer in the notebook field and, with the Samsung Series 5 550P5C-T02, sends a representative of the multimedia category into the race.