Archive for the ‘Series 7 (Series 7 CHRONOS)’ Category
Yesterday, Samsung announced the release of its Series 7 CHRONOS notebook for the South Korean market.
The Series 7 CHRONOS is a high-performance notebook, which was unveiled at IFA, Berlin (in September, 2011). The machine comes in two variants – with a Max Screen minimizing bezel width 15.6-inch display (700Z5A) and with a 14-inch (700Z4A) LCD, both Super-Bright (300nit) anti-refelective HD+ displays with resolution 1600 x 900.
Samsung Series 7 Slate PC and Samsung Series 7 CHRONOS notebook – official videos.
About a month ago, SamsungFrance uploaded two official videos which deserve more attention, due to their different and creative approach.
Samsung’s latest Windows 7 based devices – the Series 7 Slate PC 700T1A (above) and Samsung’s Series 7 CHRONOS 700Z5A notebook (below).
Samsung announced the release of its SERIES 7 CHRONOS notebook in some major countries.
“…we’re pleased to inform that the SERIES 7 CHRONOS 15.6″ will be released in Canada from the end of November.”
“The SERIES 7 CHRONOS will be released in Italy middle of November.”
“We’re pleased to inform that the SERIES 7 CHRONOS Maxscreen 14″ (body 13″) will be released in the USA early December. Enjoy it!
Samsung’s 15-inch Series 7 Chronos notebook coming in October – 3 official videos.
Samsung’s new Series 7 Chronos notebook isn’t an Ultrabook, but still features spectacular specs – a smaller bezel that allows a 15-inch screen to be embedded in what was formerly a 14-inch chassis. Running Windows 7 Home Premium/ Windows 7 Professional, it’ll start up in about 19 seconds and also provides an 8GB flash memory boost right from the motherboard — along with an 8-cell battery that can go for 9 hours. Read the rest of this entry »
Today, Samsung Electronics America announced its new Series 7 notebook in the US.
The Series 7 notebook has a sleek brushed-aluminum body (under one-inch thick), smooth lines and a stunningly thin bezel screen, the Series 7 embodies premium design, making it the ideal computer.
By lessening the bezel and increasing the screen, the Samsung Series 7 laptop is highly portable without sacrificing screen size. With Samsung’s latest Max Screen technology, the Series 7 enables users to experience up to an extra inch of viewing without sacrificing mobility or portability. The 14-inch display is being contained within the form factor traditionally associated with a 13-inch model.