"When it comes to extras, you'll find the DVD rewriter supports LightScribe technology, so you can burn your own disc labels at the press of a button. Then there is the use of 802.11n Wi-Fi and even Gigabit Ethernet for the fastest possible connections to networks. Other ports are kept to a minimum but there are three USB ports scattered around the casing, as well as a webcam positioned above the screen.
Samsung isn't known for its bundled software but you'll find Microsoft Works is bundled. There are also a number of proprietary utilities that help you manage battery life as well as your networking options.
The Samsung Q310 offers everything we found likeable in the Q210 but the slightly larger screen means it's just that bit more practical. Considering you get all this power and portability for less than £700, it's no surprise this is quickly becoming one of our favourite notebooks."