Samsung is efficient at displays, efficient at hardware, efficient at storage. Why hasn’t Samsung designed a gaming laptop then? Among an ocean of Samsung Chromebooks and Laptops, Mitul Lad is now directing his team in a different direction. Gaming.
Entitled the Escape, the conceptual laptop series is really a modest entry into a previously saturated category. Inspired through the dragonfly as well as all the sports angular elements and accents you will see these features embedded into this device. You can see it in the speaker right over the keyboard, the cross on the bottom. It looks almost like the Razer Laptop. Samsung’s purchase of Harman Kardon would most likely contribute to experience here too. Especially because the audio company makes some outstanding motorists for laptops through the years for Toshiba, and for Dell under their JBL brand.
By having an aesthetic that is not overtly gamer-ant, the Escape seems like an excellent laptop. You can sue it for work or play. Having a screen which should unquestionably be the greatest in the category, audio which should absolutely shine, along with a nice backlit keyboard that’s just ideal for gaming, the Escape is really a laptop that Samsung should start seriously thinking about taking cues from!