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Samsung launches new portable and desktop computers

Samsung has announced that it has added some new computers to its ATIV lineup. The new machines include the ATIV Book 9 Plus, ATIV Book 9 Lite, and the ATIV One 5 Style. The 9 Plus is a premium PC with an aluminum unibody and a Windows 8 optimized touchscreen.

It features a 13.3-inch touchscreen display with a resolution of 3200 x 1800 and a battery promising 12 hours of use per charge thanks to Haswell technology. The machine promises to boot up from cold in less than 6 seconds and wake up from sleep mode in under 1 second.


The ATIV Book 9 Plus has processor options including an Intel Core i5 or i7 ULT. Graphics are handled by Intel HD Graphics 4400 and the machine can be fitted with a maximum of 8 GB of RAM. Storage is up to 256 GB via a SSD and it has an integrated 720p resolution web cam.

The ATIV Book 9 Lite is more of a mainstream computer that still features cutting-edge technology and a 10-point multi-touch screen. It has a 13.3-inch screen with a resolution of 1366 x 768. That screen supports touch input and the quad-core processor runs at up to 1.4 GHz. It can be fitted with 4 GB of RAM and up to 256 GB of storage. The battery promises 8.5 hours of use per charge.


The Samsung ATIV One 5 Style is a desktop all-in-one PC featuring the GALAXY design aesthetic. It features a 21.5-inch full HD resolution 1920 x 1080 touchscreen and is the first all-in-one launched since the ATIV brand expanded. The machine uses an AMD A6 quad-core processor paired with 4 GB of RAM. The machine has up to 1 TB of storage space and an integrated web cam.


Pricing and availability on all of the new ATIV computers is unknown at this time.

Source: Samsung



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RE: Awesome resolution. Crappy video.
By SAN-Man on 6/21/2013 3:14:17 PM , Rating: -1
You can call whatever you want, you sound biased, and your opinion doesn't effect me. I've been in IT 20 years now and I understand how to identify bottlenecks.

Anyone who actually uses the Intel 4000 graphics knows what I am talking about, I guess that's not you.


RE: Awesome resolution. Crappy video.
By ritualm on 6/21/2013 5:00:24 PM , Rating: 2
I don't have problems with the HD4000 in Ivy Bridge, and I've been using just that REGULARLY and DAILY on my 1800v laptop, running the full 1800v.

I am also, unlike you with your 20 years of IT experience, acutely aware what it's like to be an early adopter. You take existing tech and use it to run stuff nobody in the entire industry has done before, of course you're going to have problems.

Pot calling the kettle black, how cute.


By SAN-Man on 6/27/2013 5:11:47 PM , Rating: 2
You claiming something and posting it online doesn't make it true and your use of the kettle metaphor indicates that you're brain could be deficient.


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