Gaming laptops aren’t something that people would normally pick up like they select normal laptops. You have to keep many things in mind, such as the display size, battery backup, heat issues, price, warranty, build and lots and lots more. The reason being, gaming laptops are pricey, like real pricey. Take for example the Alienware series of gaming laptops, you can use the same money for the laptop and buy yourself an used car.
Samsung recently announced their new gaming laptop, the RF712, which is a 17-inch 3D powerhouse for high-end gaming and entertainment. The name given to this laptop sounds similar to that of a fighter jet. The best thing about this laptop is it’s 3D Display, which renders all the latest 3D movies in near perfect quality. Of course, these aren’t glasses free 3D, so you will need to use the Active glasses that Samsung provides with the laptop. You can connect up to 4 glasses via Bluetooth and watch those 3D movies along with your friends. The design is stunning too, with a metal finish for keyboard surface and a overall sturdy body the RF712 looks like it means business.
The only thing that is bad, or well heavy with this laptop is the weight and its mere size. The Samsung RF712 is not portable!!
The Samsung RF712 is crazy, heavily packed with latest Intel processor and ATI Radeon graphics, DDR3 RAM, 3D Display and much more. Below are the complete specifications for the RF712:
- A 17 inch Full HD 3D Display with 400cdm brightness
- Intel Second Generation Quad Core Processor
- 2GB of AMD HD6650M Graphics
- 750GB hard drive and an additional HDD drive for expansion up to 1.5 TB
- USB 3.0 ports, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and much more.
Watch the complete hands-on review of the Samsung RF712 after the break to understand all the features.
The Samsung RF712 has already been launched in South Korea, and will soon be available in other countries for a hefty price tag of $2,500. We will update you as soon as this Laptop is available in other countries, I bet gamers would love to own this.
What do you think of the RF712? Will it be an Alienware alternative?