Of the products released, two standouts are Samsung's first Ultrabook and the company's 900A7A 27" all in one PC. Their 14" Ultrabook includes a dedicated graphics card and not the typical Intel 3000 HD recipe used in its rivals, while Smarthouse's 27 inch All In One shootout deemed the 900A7A the best so far.
"We are proud to announce the local availability of Samsung's latest IT range, highlighting our technology in the areas of portable and integrated computing, gaming and business office solutions," said Tony Ignatavicius, IT Director, Samsung Electronics Australia.
"According to the latest Samsung Better Tomorrow Research, one in four Australians believe that the latest technological advances and designs are important to them, illustrating the importance of providing state-of-the art products that suit a cross section of people and their home or office environment."
Below is a break-down of the new products as per the official press release:
Series 5 ULTRA Book Range
Samsung's Series 5 ULTRA Book range aims to provide Australians access to a large portable work space with the 14" screen Ultrabookâ„¢. The 14" ULTRA Book comes packed with an integrated Optical Disc Drive, allowing consumers to play compatible CDs and DVDs from the comfort of a lightweight and stylish notebook.
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Key features of the Series 5 14" model include:
· 20.9mm thin/1.84kg light
· IntelÂ® Coreâ„¢ i5 processor
· 4GB system memory
· 16GB iSSD with ExpressCacheâ„¢ flash memory
· 500GB storage
· AMD Radeonâ„¢ HD7550M 1GB graphics card
· Optical Disc Drive
· This variant carries a full-size HDMI, VGA, two USB 3.0, one USB 2.0, 4-in-1 multi SD card slot, Ethernet and webcam.