The keyboard is of the classic design, without any reduced-size keys:
The separate block of navigational keys is a clever solution, I think.
But the block of the cursor-controlling keys is implemented inconveniently:
The developers must have decided to combine just everything in there, and even put a second Fn key and a Context Menu key nearby.
The touchpad matches the overall “rounded” design of the computer:
It is rather small, but works well. The LED indicators of the notebook’s status are all gathered a little above the keyboard in a single group:
The only really stylish design element is the Power button:
The Samsung P28’s is not the best LCD screen possible. Yes, its brightness adjustment range is wide and it does display the entire range of colors from the darkest to the lightest, but the rest of its characteristics are far below the norm – response time, color reproduction, viewing angles, backlight uniformity. This screen may suffice for an office computer that is not meant for work with images, but there are notebooks with much better LCD matrixes in this review that cost about the same money as the P28.