Samsung has done a good job of updating the Q30 model. The Q30 Plus brings you quite a number of pluses – I mean a number of new, advanced technologies. The battery life has become somewhat worse than with the older model, yet it still remains quite high, while the performance of the sub-notebook overall as well as of its particular subsystems has become higher still.
So the lightest version of the Sonoma platform – the 915GMS chipset – has done well today. The Samsung Q30 Plus is a highly appealing product for home and office users, especially for people how are traveling much.
I also think that hi-tech ladies are going to appreciate the new color solution of the notebook’s case.
- Portability and mobility
- Long battery life with the main and auxiliary batteries alike
- High-resolution widescreen display
- Auxiliary battery included
- Quiet operation since the case is not ventilated
- High price
- “Mirror-like” screen
- Low performance in games
- No built-in optical drive (it is arguable whether the external drive is a “low” or a “high”, though)