Samsung Launch New 15” Series 9 Notebook at CES

Updated on 09 January 2012 by

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Samsung has just launched the new Series 9 Ultrabook here at CES.

Information, live images and video below.

Update. The new Series 9 will be available in Q1 in 13.3 and 15” models. These are not officially Ultrabooks because of the price – it starts at $1399

Details available:

  • Single-shell aluminium body
  • Super Bright Plus Display
  • Backlit keyboard
  • Boots in 9.8 seconds
  • Wakes in 1.4 seconds
  • Up to 10 hours of battery
  • 15” screen
  • Weighs just over 3lb

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Live Images

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Video

8 Comments For This Post

  1. Robert says:

    Ok this is great news:)I like this as long as they fixed the weak wifi connectivity of previous series 9 models for good:-)I might actually get this if no ultrabook soon catches my heart:)

  2. Robert says:

    what a beautiful device :-) this cheers me up nice job chippy

  3. Adam says:

    Is it made of solid gold?!?! Weighs just over 3 lbs; not for the 15″; I just don’t believe that. The price is absolutely ridiculous unless you can stand on it and commute to work on it.

    I didn’t know smoking that stuff was legal in South Korea; they must be smoking something pretty strong to set a price of $1399 in this economy!

    Adam

  4. Michael says:

    Yeah, agree with you. Cannot believe its 3lb. Samsung has gone beserk. Instead of coming out with countless of models and confusing the public (though they think giving public a choice) and wasting millions on R & D, spend the money on existing models by lowering its cost and making it appeal to the masses.

    Apple is good. They just concentrate on a handful of notebook products and give us the best. The model last longer and has good resale value.

    Samsung should do some market research, nobody is going to carry a 15 inch notebook thinking its an ultrabook. I think the cut of point is 13.3. Even 14 inches won’t appeal to the masses.

  5. mario says:

    explain it to apple – they are working now on 15″ airbook – I bet they will appreciate your precious thoughts

  6. Robert says:

    haha Adam that´s another way looking at it well you have a point i should maybe focus on a few hundret less

  7. Jesper says:

    What is the graphics like on this one? Dedicated or onboard?

  8. Robert says:

    Ok this one together with the upcomming HP Spectre and the Sony Ultrabook (who knows when it hit the shelves) are on my newly forming radar screen. Golirilla glass is a nice idea but why does the HP spectre be so much on the heavy side?

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