Samsung Unveils Range of Series 7 Notebooks
Samsung has announced a new Series 7 laptops that will be added in its portfolio, making the brand much more demanding. The company has already teased Samsung Series 7 Chronos notebook and now it has gone further to announce a range of notebooks under the same brand including Series 7 Chronos.
The manufacturer has unveiled the Series 7 Ultra and refreshes its new Series 7 Chronos with a slimmer design to make it more appealing for the audiences. The Series 7 Chronos is powered by an Intel Core i7 CPU, the new AMD Radeon HD 8870 GPU, 1TB HD drive, 2GB memory, and up to 16GB RAM. With 15.6 inches of display, Samsung smartly welcomes its new device with 1080p screen resolution that is in trend. Apart from this, the device features an optional 10-point multi-touch display and as the company claims, it gives continuous battery backup of up to 11 hours in one charge. This means it’s a beast.
Other than this, Samsung has also launched Series 7 Ultra that sports a 13.3 inches of 1080p device with an optional touch screen. This device boasts Intel Core i5 and i7 processors, 16GB RAM, 1GB memory, AMD graphics, 256 GB SSD, and battery up to 8 hours on single charge which is an interesting part.
Both are high performance laptops which Samsung has bagged in its portfolio for this year. As usual now it seems that Samsung will keep maintaining its level in the global market. As it is already one of the leading manufacturers in cellphone market, seems that it will also lead in the laptop sector. Variants with different processors are made available by the manufacturer with different storage capacities, making customers choose between the devices. Even after choosing a type of configuration, owners still get 1080p display, up to 16GB RAM, JBL speakers, backlit keyboard, 1GB AMD HD8570M GPU, USB ports, HDMI, memory card reader, mini VGA, Ethernet, and good battery.
For all these high class features, Samsung is gonna charge some good amount of money. So make sure that you have enough to withdraw from your bank. As of now, wait until we provide you will full details which are expected to be soon released in public.