Samsung unveils enhanced Series 7 Chronos ultrabooks

Samsung logoSamsung added the enhanced Series 7 Chronos and the Series 7 Ultra ultrabooks to its Series 7 PC lineup. The company will be also releasing the Smart TV SDK 4.0 and an updated Evolution Kit at CES 2013.

The new Series 7 Chronos provides enhanced processing power for professional users and a new software solution RAM accelerator that boosts the browsing and application speeds by taking advantage of the existing memory.

Ten-finger multi-touch capabilities enhance the overall experience, allowing the user to interact directly with the screen, as well as the touchpad and keyboard. With a full aluminum body, the new Series 7 Chronos is packing an Intel quad-core processor with up to 16GB of memory, up to 1TB of storage and dedicated 2GB external graphics into a slim chassis that measures just 20.9mm (0.82 inches).

The new Series 7 Chronos also features a high resolution, Full HD display (1920x1080), with 300nit brightness, as well as rich sound with JBL optimized speakers, and an extended battery life of 11.5 hours. The laptop wakes up in as little as two seconds and boots in under twelve seconds.

Samsung выпустит на CES ультратонкие ноутбуки Series 7

As the first Ultra in the Series 7 family, the Series 7 Ultra embodies mobility and performance in an ultra-slim and light, full aluminum body. It has a Full HD display (1920x1080) featuring 350nit brightness, JBL optimized speakers and AMD graphics. The laptop?s display also features a 178-degree viewing angle.

Up to eight hours of battery life keeps users connected all day, while the latest Intel Core i5 or i7 processors and up to 256GB SSD of storage provide the computing power required by demanding users. The laptop's ten-finger touch capabilities and six second boot-up time maximize on-the-go productivity. The device will also be available with 4G LTE connectivity, three USB 3.0 ports, as well as a LAN port and a slim security slot to help ensure the device is securely tethered when necessary.

Source: CDRinfo

Tags: CES, notebooks, Samsung, ultrabooks

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