Tag: samsung

  • Samsung Introduces CLP-775nd Color Laser

    Samsung introduced a new addition to their single function color laser lineup, the CLP-775nd, offering faster print speeds, a new 600 MHz dual core processor and a larger standard memory capacity. The CLP-775nd will be replacing the CLP-770nd, a single function printer that received high praise from us during our review last year. Like the […]

  • Samsung Chromebook: What Users Like and What They Dont

    Farpoint Groupgave Samsung’s new Series 3 Chromebookto a diverse group of five people to see how real users respond to what some view as a revolution in the making. Are average PC users happy with what the ChromeBook has to offer? First, a personal bias: I’m a huge believer in Web/cloud computing, and I think […]

  • Samsung Galaxy S IV Review: The International Version

    Compared to Galaxy S III, which sold over 50 million units, the new Samsung Galaxy S IV has advanced absolutely every detail when it comes to the hardware and software. With a full HD, 5-inch Super AMOLED screen, a 13-megapixel rear-facing camera, either an eight-core  or a quad-core processor, 2 GB of RAM, a bigger battery, and […]

  • Samsung Galaxy S8 Review

    Smartphone manufacturers have been facing a rather difficult problem over the last few years; consumers want bigger screens, but they don’t want bigger phones. The Samsung Galaxy S8 is the most eloquent solution we’ve seen to that problem. The Samsung Galaxy S8 is basically all screen with its eye-catching infinity edge design. Despite its large […]

  • Samsung Galaxy S7 edge Review: Near Perfect

    The Samsung Galaxy edge smartphonesare unquestionably the most attractive on the market. The sloped display edges literally turn heads, and Android icons almost appear to float on the AMOLED screen. The Samsung Galaxy S7 edge is a stunning smartphone. The problem is that the edges have limited utility. Sure, Samsung offers Edge panels, Edge feeds, […]