Archive for the ‘Series 9’ Category
Samsung launched its Series 9 Limited Edition notebooks just in time for Christmas and the New Year, in South Korea.
Today, Samsung announced the launch of its Series 9 Limited Edition notebooks for the South Korean market.
Samsung Series 9 Limited Edition duralumin notebook is offered in Moonlight Blue and Luxury Rose Gold, and its chassis has a pattern of 188 crystals on its display lid. It has an elegant and stylish ultra-slim design with an aerodynamic shape and is aimed specifically at female consumers. The Series 9 is the thinnest and lightest notebook in its class, compared to 13.3-inch notebooks with Second Generation Intel Core i5 processor.
Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 and Series 9 notebook received 2011 Tech Innovator Awards – Winners in the Editor’s Choice and Portables Categories, respectively (by UBM Channel’s CRN magazine).
CRN’s 9th annual Tech Innovator listing celebrates vendors that have introduced new products or solutions to drive advances in technology.
Yesterday, Samsung announced that its Galaxy Tab 10.1 received this year’s Editor’s Choice Award – as a brilliantly engineered tablet that is accessible to developers, solution providers and customers. The Samsung Series 9 notebook won in the Portables category and was recognized as a top-of-the line, ultra-lightweight and ultra-powerful computer with a sleek design.
The Samsung Series 9 notebook line comes with a simple and intuitive design.
Today, Samsung published a post about some of Samsung’s designers, to share, what are the main goals when designing devices for a company like that. One of those designers is Mr. Byungyong Song, Head Designer, Product Design Group or the mastermind behind the design concept of the Samsung Series 9 notebook line.
Samsung’s Series 9 Limited Edition notebooks are offered in Moonlight Blue and Luxury Rose Gold. Samsung Series 9 Limited Edition notebook (aimed specifically at female consumers) is the thinnest and lightest notebook in its class (compared to 13.3-inch notebooks with Second Gen Intel Core i5 processor). The Series 9 has an aerodynamic shape and an elegant and stylish ultra-slim design.
The notebook (originally in black) was unveiled at the 2011 Consumer Electronics show in Las Vegas and later this year won the 2011 Australian international Design Award (announced on August 17th, 2011).
The Ultrabook devices will shock the tablet PC market.
The recently introduced Ultrabooks from Asus, Acer, Lenovo, Samsung and Toshiba (which will be launch in the near future), will soon impact the tablet PC market.
The tablet PCs are mainly emphasizing light and thin features plus battery efficiency, as well as entertainment capabilities, and once the ultrabooks achieve the same features, consumers would rather choose a machine that can satisfy their demand for both entertainment and work, instead of carrying a tablet PC and a notebook around.
Samsung America, expanded its Series 9 notebook line up with 5 new models – scheduled to arrive in time for the back-to-school shopping season.
The expanded line ultra-thin and lightweight models includes five different configurations designed to meet the needs and budgets of various users.