Mumbai: Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd on Friday introduced the second generation of Samsung Notebook Series 9 in the Indian market. The notebook is priced at Rs 1, 02,990.
The new Series 9 boasts the world’s thinnest and most compact notebook chassis. Super-slim components had to be tailor-designed and engineered to fit into the PCs innovative single shell body.
“The new Samsung Notebook Series 9 represents the ultimate in Samsung craftsmanship towards precision engineering and premium design,” said Ranjit Yadav, Country Head, Samsung Mobile and IT.
The Samsung Series 9 features Samsung’s MaxScreen technology, which minimizes the bezel size while maximizing the screen size by an extra inch. The 13” Series 9 measures only 12.9mm (0.5”) and weighs just 1.16kg (2.5 lbs) — 28 percent smaller than its predecessor, and truly revolutionary for its category.
With Samsung’s SuperBright screens, with 400nit brightness, users can enjoy HD movies, games and other favorite media even when viewing in direct sunlight with no annoying reflections.
With the new state-of-the-art Intel Core i7 Processor, users can get optimized power management while playing the latest 3D games, editing and compressing large-size photos or HD video, or multi-tasking.
It has Turbo Boost Technology which accelerates the PC’s performance by intuitively allocating CPU processing power when you need it the most. A 256GB solid state drive (SSD) provides plenty of storage, lower power consumption and improved performance with less noise and heat output.
The chance of losing data is also decreased due to the SDD having no moving parts. And it boots up 60% faster than a hard disk drive (HDD). Thereby ensuring less power usage, faster data access and higher reliability.
The Series 9 delivers mobility and freedom with its power efficient performance and extensive battery life of up to 9 hours. Its advanced Lithium-Polymer battery and Samsung’s innovation PowerPlus charging technology make the battery lifespan last up to three times longer than the typical notebook battery so you can keep going, without worrying how much battery life is left.
First Published: Friday, August 31, 2012, 13:50