Three of the latest and greatest Samsung laptops
Industry stalwart and tech giant Samsung produces a great deal of products and devices. From smartphones and tablets to televisions and cameras, prospective buyers really are spoilt for choice.
Even though the company has been around for decades, in recent years Samsung has received a lot of praise from both critics and consumers for several technological advancements and pioneering device features.
But for those interested in personal computing on the move, Samsung laptops boast commendable performance specifications and lots of additional benefits. Let’s have a look at three of the best offerings in portable computers from Samsung…
Samsung Series 7 Chronos
With more and more consumers concerned with how their devices look, Samsung has clearly paid close attention to the Series 7 Chronos’ aesthetics. On the 15.6-inch edition, a super slim body is made possible by the absence of an optical drive, which is not really necessary these days.
Performance wise, this particular laptop has quad-core Ivy Bridge CPUs, 8800M graphics and SSD storage for a quick start-up time. There is also a wealth of connectivity options, with two USB 3.0 ports, two regular USB ports, a full-size HDMI video output, VGA output, SD card reader and a Gigabit Ethernet port.
Samsung Chromebook Series 3
Samsung’s latest take on Google’s Chromebook laptop design is the perfect option for those wanting an affordable, highly portable laptop that still delivers great performance and plenty of substance.
Once again, style has been a major consideration. The uncomplicated design and matt metallic-silver finish looks superb. The sleek and tapered lines make the Series 3 appear incredibly slim too, with connection ports cleverly positioned to the laptop’s rear.
There is no need to be worried about performance either, as the Series 3 boasts a dual-core ARM 1.7GHz processor, 2GB of RAM and more than seven hours battery life.
Samsung Series 9
It’s fair to say that Samsung has pulled out the stops for this notebook. The ultra-slim, sandblasted metal unibody chassis has a remarkable look and feel about it. Furthermore, it’s light and incredibly sturdy.
When it comes to hardware, the Series 9 has an Ivy Bridge 1.7GHz CPU, 8GB of RAM and a 128GB SSD. There’s also a choice of 13-inch or 15-inch matt-finish screen, and with a 1,600 x 900 resolution, it’s virtually flawless from every angle. The backlit keyboard is another helpful addition, while the in-built speakers deliver impeccable sound.