Samsung Second Generation Series 9 Laptop Unveiled - CES 2012

Samsung unveiled the second generation of the Samsung Notebook Series 9 at the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.The new Series 9 boasts the world's thinnest and most compact chassis with 2nd generation Intel Core i5 processor within the 13″ and 15″ sector. The company on stage demonstarted a new 15″ model, which […]

Samsung unveiled the second generation of the Samsung Notebook Series 9 at the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.

The new Series 9 boasts the world's thinnest and most compact chassis with 2nd generation Intel Core i5 processor within the 13″ and 15″ sector.

Samsung Series 9 laptop

The company on stage demonstarted a new 15″ model, which sports a couple of USB 3.0 ports and a DB15 VGA port on the left side. Samsung says the 15-inch model is just over 3 pounds and it's packing a 1600x900 screen in a 14-inch chassis with their MaxScreen thin bezel design.

The Samsung Series 9 features the worl's thinnest and most compact 15″ premium notebook for the first time, featuring a vivid 15″ display fitted into a stylish 14″ chassis. The truly flat 14.9mm (0.58 inch) thin design weighing just 1.49kg (3.3 lbs) makes the Series 9 ultra-portable; while power and performance are assured with a 2nd generation Intel® Core i5 processor, up to 8GB memory and 128GB SSD. The 13″ model measures only 12.9mm (0.5 inch) and weighs just 1.19kg (2.5 lbs).

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The 180% brighter HD+ SuperBright Plus screen with anti-reflective display ensures clear vision even outdoors. In addition, the MaxScreen (+1 inch) and wide 160º viewing angle ensures a comfortable viewing experience.

The auto-sensing screen and backlit keyboard adjusts itself to match the surrounding lighting conditions, providing optimum brightness for maximum ease of use, even in particularly dark or bright environments.

samsung series 9 notebook pc

samsung series 9 laptops

Here is the official photo gallery of Series 9:


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Watch the following press conference video: