At CES 2016, Samsung also showed the Series 9 ultraportable, recently launched in Korea. We speak of the two models Samsung and Samsung 900X5L 900X3L, respectively 15 and 13.3 inches, but seem to have a new name in the US and Europe (more generally in the West). It will be called Samsung Notebook 9, but they have the same technical characteristics and the same design of the Samsung Series 9 models “Korean”, including colors Iron Silver (silver) and Modern Pink (pink) on selected markets.
Samsung Notebook 9 (900X5L) is a laptop 15-inch Full HD (1920 x 1080 pixels) among the most compact in its class, measuring just 346.5 x 236.8 x 14.5 mm 29.1 Kg. The Samsung Notebook 9 (900X3L) has instead a 13.3-inch diagonal full HD (1920 x 1080 pixels) with dimensions of 313.8 x 218.5 x 13.4 mm in the weight of 840 grams. The hardware platform of the two notebook is however in common: they are expected Intel Skylake, from 4405 to Pentium Core i7-6500U, Core i5-6200U, Core i3-6100U, with 4-8GB of RAM and LPDDR3 128 / 256GB storage SSD.
Onboard Windows 10.
All SKUs are also equipped with mini Ethernet, Bluetooth 4.1 and WiFi 802.11ac, but Kit interfaces varies depending on the model: Samsung Notebook 9 13.3-inch incorporates two USB 3.0 ports, microHDMI, mini VGA, audio jacks and a reader SDXC cards, while Samsung Notebook 9 to 15 inches has (oddly) a USB Type-C, two USB 3.0, HDMI, Ethernet and the usual mini SD card reader. We also report that both models are characterized by proprietary technology Samsung “Quick Charging”, leading the charge of your notebook to 100% within 90 minutes to a range of over 12 hours, with a loading of 20 minutes, however, the notebook It will run for 3.7 hours at a time, but only the smaller version is equipped with a display of 400 nits and a backlit keyboard with automatic adjustment with the ambient light sensor.
The new Samsung Notebook Series 9 (2016) will be on sale by January in Korea at a price equivalent of 1,500 Euros, but at the moment we have no details on price and availability of the Samsung Notebook 9 in USA. No further trace of the “Lite” version, cheaper than the standard and already announced in the Asian market