It seems Samsung is really having fun developing Ultrabook laptops and evolving them over the period of time. The company has come up with a new Ultrabook in the Samsung Series 9 which showcases a full HD display with a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels.
Samsung has been successful with the Samsung Series 9 Ultrabook laptops which started out many months in the past. Previously the company has come up with Ultrabooks that had a display resolution of 1600 x 900 pixels and now it is time to go HD!
1080p display, lacks touch
[three_fourth_last]Samsung’s latest version of Series 9 Ultrabook laptop has a 13.3-inch LED display with a screen resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels. This new laptop has a ‘SuperBright’ technology which according to Samsung makes its latest laptop screen 50 percent brighter than all the other laptop screens.[/three_fourth_last]
This new Series 9 Ultrabook laptop from Samsung does not have the touchscreen display but is still able to hold as one of the best Ultrabooks in the market. It runs on Windows 8 operating system and is powered by the Intel Core i7 processor, 4GB of RAM, and a 256GB SSD (Solid State Drive).
The laptop is said to give a battery backup of up to 8 hours. And with a weight of 2.56 pounds, this laptop is one of the lighter Ultrabooks available in the market. The pricing will start from $1,899.99 and we hope that this Ultrabook will be a tough competitor in the market.
It was a surprise to see that this new laptop does not have a touchscreen. The laptop does show off some really cool specs and features but we feel that ‘touchscreen’ should have been a part of it. The company already has a lot of competition in the Ultrabooks segments with rivals like Asus and HP coming up with masterpieces of their own.