Prepping to release its Galaxy S6, Samsung has unveiled two more products (that are not smartphones or tablets) in the hopes that it will be able to recuperate from the financial losses that struck the leading smartphone maker in the previous year. In order to accomplish this, the company has rolled out an AIO (all in one) display that features a curved screen, along with a laptop that possesses a very thin form factor and will be targeted towards users who require portability over additional processing power.
Coming to the details of both the products,Samsung’s new ATIV Book 9 Ultrabook, is just 0.45 inches thick and weighs at in 2.09 pounds. Keep in that mind that the screen size of the Ultrabook is12.2 inches and even after that, the machine is able to possess such a small amount of mass. Similar to other Ultrabooks that have a thin form factor, the ATIV Book 9 runs Intel’s new Core M processors, which are designed to be housed under such machines.
The Ultrabook also radiates a 2,560 x 1,440 resolution, which is a large amount of pixels for a machine of this size.Regardless, the company states that a user performing moderate taxing tasks should be able to squeeze out up to 10.5 hours of battery life. The Book 9 will go on sale during Q1 of 2015, and will come available in two different specifications, which have been detailed below.
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Coming to the AIO display, Samsung has named the model number ATIV One 7, and it is the company’s first ever all-in-one product. It features acore i5 processor, 8GB of RAM and a 1TB hard drive with a speed of 5,400RPM. The screen size itself is a 27 inch IPS panel which exudes a 1080p display. If consumers are interested in purchasing this product instead of the Ultrabook, the One 7 carries a price tag of $1,300 and will be available at the same time the Ultrabook is released.