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Samsung NP-R538-DA01IN




Processor Samsung NP-R538-DA01IN

Processor:
Intel Core i3-350M

Hard Drive Samsung NP-R538-DA01IN

Hard Drive Size:
250
Hard Drive RPM:?Revolutions per Minute
5400
Optical Drive:
DVD Writer

Display Samsung NP-R538-DA01IN

Screen Size:
15.6 inches
Screen Resolution   (dpi)
1366 x 768

Chipset Samsung NP-R538-DA01IN

GPU Model:
Intel GMA HD
HDMI Port:
yes

Audio Samsung NP-R538-DA01IN

Audio Solution:
High Definition Audio
Channels:
---

Connectivity Samsung NP-R538-DA01IN

eSATA Port:
no
Fire Wire Port:
no
Bluetooth:?Bluetooth is used to exchange data between nearby mobile devices.
yes
Built-in Camera:
yes
Microphone:
yes
Fingerprint Reader:
no
Digital Media Reader:
3

Battery Samsung NP-R538-DA01IN

Battery Chemistry:
Li-Ion
Battery Life:
---

Software Samsung NP-R538-DA01IN

Operating System:
DOS

Dimensions Samsung NP-R538-DA01IN

Dimensions (W x D x H):
379.6 x 255.5 x 38.3 mm
Weight:
2.4





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