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Fri Dec 31, 2010 | 3:22P| PermaLink
“The Samsung RF510-S01 15-inch notebook is an impressive computer with an Intel Core i5 CPU, 4GB of RAM and a discrete Nvidia graphics system. It is quite bulky and heavy, which restricts its portability dramatically, but a few other shortcomings, like battery life, may also deter some buyers.”

Fanless Notebook Cooler Review  - Fanless Notebook Cooler Review
Thu Feb 11, 2010 | 2:43P| PermaLink
“Before I attempted to install the sticky rubbery tape thingy, I mean the "heat absorbing material", I thought there really wasn't anything to this product. It was basically an aluminum slab with some plastic ends. However introduce the sticky pad thingy and we've got a whole new animal. The sticky pad was easy to apply to the unit, however then you need to peel off the top adhesive protector. That's where the problem starts. There was no way to remove it without messing it up. It just wanted to peel off the main unit. This is by far the worst product add-on that I have had the displeasure of working with. I honestly can't believe VIZO would attempt to pass this headache onto the customer. It shows their failure to design and engineer some grippy material into the unit itself. I tried to use the EZ-Surf without the sticky pad and it honestly shot right out from underneath my laptop letting it crash to the table. It's that slick (plastic and aluminum) without it. The angled and smooth edges don't help, they only hurt that problem.”

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