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Samsung NPQX411

alaTest has collected and analyzed 25 reviews of Samsung NPQX411. The average rating for this product is 4.3/5, compared to an average rating of 4.1/5 for other Laptops for all reviews. People really like the portability and battery. The design and price also get good comments. Views are divided on the software. The energy efficiency and reliability get less positive views.

performance, price, design, battery, portability

reliability, energy

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Laptops the Samsung NPQX411 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 83/100 = Very good quality.

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Expert review by: Scott Stein (

Samsung QX411-W01UB review: Samsung QX411-W01UB


Roughly a year ago, I reviewed the Samsung QX410-J01 , a new and exciting laptop by a relative outsider. This laptop wowed me with a bevy of cutting-edge features and a stellar design, matched with an aggressive price in the $800 range.

The Samsung QX411-W01UB is extremely affordable while still offering a complete set of connection features, including WiMax and USB 3.0, plus a very sturdy design and long battery life.

This laptop has a finicky clickpad and a heavy, rather wide build.

For a full set of features in a Core i5 laptop in the $600 range, it's extremely hard to beat the Samsung QX411-W01UB, which stands out for its great keyboard and impressive extras.

Nov, 2011

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Samsung QX411-W01


A clicking touchpad works beautifully on the Apple 13-inch (Thunderbolt), but has backfired on every other laptop thus far. The good news is that some of them are getting better, starting with the Samsung QX411-W01. It swapped the Elan-branded clickpad...

Trendy, rugged aluminum design. Powerful Core i5 processor. Switchable graphics with a midrange Nvidia chip. Wireless Display 2.0 and WiMAX. Excellent battery life

Pricier than its peers. Buggy clickpad. Non-removable battery

The premium you pay for the Samsung QX411-W01 mainstream laptop includes top-notch battery life, sturdiest design, and solid gaming performance.

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Samsung QX411-W01UB


With the Samsung QX411-W01UB ($699.99 list at Best Buy) Samsung shows off the third generation of its QX series, which features one of the prettiest and sturdiest aluminum designs in the mainstream laptop category. The last two versions had Nvidia...

Trendy, rugged aluminum design. Core i5 processor receives a boost. More inexpensive than the previous version. Equipped with Intel's Wireless Display 2 and WiMax. Excellent battery life

Clickpad is not perfect yet. Non-removable battery. No longer a dual-graphics laptop

The Samsung QX411-W01UB mainstream laptop is cheaper than its predecessorby $200 and cranks out great battery life, but it loses the nVidia graphics subsystem and extra storage space.


Consumer review by: never74 (

"Excellent Laptop for the Price"


More than satisfied with this laptop. Replaced my Sony Vaio that fried in a power surge (moral: always use a surge protector, and unplug your laptop when out of the house). I'm pleasantly surprised at the excellent performance and design of a laptop I...

Great performance and features, beautiful design, great keyboard, fast processor and sufficient memory, wonderful battery life.

Slow hard drive (upgrade to solid state drive and 7 Ultimate), blueish screen (too bright), modest speakers, USB cover is annoying.

Jul, 2012

Consumer review by: pbianchi (

"Great machine, except for the battery"


Sleek design, fast start up, nice keyboard and screen

Battery can't hold a charge after only 6 months

Feb, 2012

Consumer review by: J (

Great Laptop!!!!!


Great laptop

Fast Core I5 for the price. The 6GB Memory is awesome, I use it for Dj-ing and have yet to see it lag. Customer Support is awesome

The touchpad is too sensitive, in the middle of typing the cursor will change the location somewhere else so you have to pay attention ; I just disabled the touchpad and it fixed the issue

Sep, 2012

Consumer review by: wood (

Do not buy


Can be fast as lightning ; Aesthetically very pleasing ; Super fast Boot ; Great Keyboard ; Decent Screen

The machine can run very smooth at times. At other times google chrome will completely lock up for no apparent reason ; Fast and easy to multitask when it wants to ; HARDWARE FAILED AT THE 35 DAY MARK- ALMOST LOST EVERYTHING ; The problems with many...

Jun, 2012

Consumer review by: N/A (

Just great


Everything is great. The only flaw is that keyboard does not light up at night. I also dont understand the hyper about touchpad. It works great and reminds me macbook touchpad, no problems with it at all. I did enable two fingers tap as right click and...

Keyboard does not light up in dark

Jun, 2012

Consumer review by: jaynvius (

Awesome Notebook


I bought this notebook for heavy computing and DJ-ing, and after over 3 months of using it for school and for DJ-ing at numerous events, I am happy with it. My next plasn are upgrading to a series 7 or 9 within a year.

This light weight, highly sturdy notebook impressed me. I was choosing between this and the Acer I7, and after reading all the bad reveiws on that Acer, I decided on this one. I am glad I did

You have to be careful typing because the keys tend to skip to where the cursor is ; you have to contact samsung so they can send you a boot disc because it doesn't come with one. But its a refurb, so go figure

May, 2012

Consumer review by: N/A (

Good laptop


Def worth the price. I use it for programming...what more do you need?

Pretty good lap top. Cant really beat it for price vs. power for a work laptop

newegg says base price is 999.99....thats hugely exaggerated. New theyre 650ish

Feb, 2012