Just when we thought that we couldn't bring you any more notebook news, after the Acer Aspire and Toshiba Satellite Pro news earlier today, Samsung goes and launches three notebooks for its Q range - the Q330, Q430 and the Q530.
With the specs being consistent across the range - 1366 x 768 HD displays, Intel Core i3-350M 2.26Ghz processors, up to 4GB of RAM and up to 500GB hard drives - you may be wondering what the differences are. Well, we'll tell you...
The first difference is the screen size. The Q330 is 13.3 inches, the Q430 is 14 inches and the Q530 is 15.6 inches. You can see the difference in size in the pictures, courtesy of Engadget, that show the Q530 and the Q330 side by side.
The next difference is the GPU. Intel GMA HD in the Q330, Nvidia GF 310M gDDR3 512MB in the Q430 and Nvidia GT 330M gDDR3 1GB in the Q530. Basically, you're going to have to decide how important gaming or HD video is to you if you're thinking of getting one of these notebooks.
This range does look fairly decent, we'll just have to wait to see if Samsung prices them fairly in a couple of months time - they're out in July.
UPDATE: Samsung have told us that the Q range will start at £599. We've added some more photos too.