Samsung just launched their newest laptop, and its super thin. Make that ultra thin. Thinner than the MacBook Air.
The 13.3 inch laptop is thinner and packs more processing power than a MacBook Air.
The cheapest Samsung Series 9, is packing an Intel 1.4GHz Core i5-2537M processor (vs. the MacBook Air’s 1.86GHz Core 2 Duo), 4GB of RAM and a 128GB SSD and is going to be more expensive too. Retail prices for Malaysia isn't know just yet but its going to set you back at least $1,649 USD.
Samsung also announced today it would be shipping another member of the Series 9 line next month (April, 2011), an 11.1-inch ultrathin laptop running the Core i3-380UM processor, 2GB of RAM, and a 64GB SSD. No pricing has been announced just yet.
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