Samsung leads an interesting change in the way PC laptops are being put together. We're slowly seeing a shift in a heavily Apple-inspired direction. The similarities between the X50 and a 2001 Titanium PowerBook include the milled power button, trackpad layout and -- most obviously -- the minimalist titanium-coloured chassis. Samsung have resisted the temptation to overload the X50 with legacy input and output options, but the laptop is still let down by a cluttered base, low-brightness LCD and a clumsy dummy PC Card slot Read full review
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