Check out full written Samsung ATIV Book 9 2014 edition review.
Here at CES 2014, Samsung just took the wraps off a pair of new gear. Unlike some of the more colorful devices we’ve seen so far like Android-based desktops, both of the gadgets that Samsung revealed moments ago are of the more traditional variety, though that doesn’t necessarily make them chopped liver. Far from it.
First up, we have the Samsung ATIV Book 9 (pictured above), a Windows 8-based notebook powered by a 15.6-inch 1920 x 1080 resolution display, an Intel Core i5 or i7 ultra low voltage (ULV), and integrated Intel HD Graphics 4400. Storage will include a 128GB SSD for the Core i5 model, and a 256SSD for the Core i7 version of the ATIV Book 9. Port selection on the ATIV Book 9 includes a pair of USB 3.0 connections, one USB 2.0, HDMI, mini-VGA, Ethernet, a card reader, headphone/mic jacks and a security lock. Shipping in “Solid Black,” Samsung claims 14 hours of battery life with the new ATIV Book 9.
On top of the ATIV Book 9, Samsung also unveiled the ATIV One 7 (pictured above), an all in one desktop PC running Windows 8.1. On the components front, the ATIV One 7 is spearheaded by a 24-inch display, an Intel Core i3/i5 4th-generation processor, and storage that comes in the form of a 1TB hard drive/128GB SSD. Ports include a pair of USB 3.0s, dual USB 2.0s, HDMI, Ethernet and audio/mic. The ATIV Book 9 ships in White.
Pricing and exact release dates for both the Samsung ATIV Book 9 notebook and ATIV One 7 are currently unavailable, but we expect both to hit the market by the spring.
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