Samsung who are fast becoming a key player in the notebook and IT devices market it set to deliver another upgrade to their notebook range.
It’s only been three months since the Company launched their Series 9 notebook which has become a benchmark for PC based notebooks looking to compete with the likes of the Apple Air Mac.
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Set to be upgraded is their premium 13-model 9 Series, adding a Core i7 processor option, a 256GB SSD (up from 128GB), and 6GB of RAM to the high end model.
While Samsung was at it, they added two 11-inch models, the lower-end of which starts with a Core i3 processor, 64GB SSD and 2GB of RAM. All told, you’ll find two 11-inchers and three 13-inch models.
It’s also tipped that the Company is set to slash the price of some models similar to what they have done in the USA. It will be interesting to see how close Australian pricing is to the US retail price, which follows:
· NP900X1B-A01US ($1,249, available in August) Intel Core i3-2357M CPU, 4GB RAM, 128GB SSD
· NP900X1B-A02US ($1,049, available in August) Intel Core i3-2357M CPU, 2GB RAM, 64GB SSD
· NP900X3A-A05US ($2,049, Intel Core i7-2617M CPU, 6GB RAM, 256GB SSD
· NP900X3A-B02US ($1,649, Intel Core i5-2467M CPU, 4GB RAM, 256GB SSD
· NP900X3A-B01US ($1,349, Intel Core i5-2467M CPU, 4GB RAM, 128GB SSD