Samsung's Series 9 Ultrabook laptop uses ‘SuperBright’ technology which makes its screen 50 percent brighter than all the other laptop screens.
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.