New Samsung Laptops Feature Powerful Intel Processor

By Jessica Binns, Contributing Editor — June 07, 2012

Samsung Electronics America, Inc. announced two additions to its mobile PC line: the 15.6-inch Series 5 notebook and the 14-inch Series 5 500 notebook. Both products feature a third-generation Intel Core processor and top-of-the-line entertainment features, including JBL stereo speakers and NVIDIA GeForce Graphics. Additionally, Samsung announced that its Series 9, Series 5 and Series 3 models will feature Intel's new, more powerful processors.

15.6-inch Series 5 Notebook

The Series 5 notebook features an Intel Core i7-3610QM processor, which delivers better speed and performance than previous iterations. Thanks to Intel Hyper-Threading Technology, users can effortlessly multitask between applications, and Intel Turbo Boost Technology 2.0.1 gives you an automatic burst of speed whenever you need it – making this a perfect laptop for users looking for a powerful, easily portable solution with a large screen. The new processor, combined with 8GB of RAM and a 750GB HDD, provides the power users need to stay productive everywhere.

With the Series 5 notebook's embedded JBL 3 speakers and sub-woofer, users will enjoy clear, rich sound, deep bass and great tone articulation – making it an ideal laptop for music lovers and video enthusiasts. SoundAlive technology adds to this premium experience by offering virtual 3D sound, further enhancing the overall sound quality and enabling users to switch between various modes (such as movie mode and music mode) to optimize sound quality for different usage.

In order to match this premium audio quality with an unrivalled visual experience, Samsung incorporated NVIDIA GeForce GT 630M Graphics into the new Series 5 notebook, which make fast-paced games and videos come alive on the 15.6-inch LED HD 1366x768 screen.

14-inch Series 5 500 Notebook

The 14-inch Samsung Series 5 500 notebook is an ideal laptop for heavy multitaskers. It features an Intel Core i5-3210M Processor, which delivers high speed right from the start, as well as Intel Hyper-Threading Technology and Intel Turbo Boost Technology 2.0.1 for optimal multitasking.

Samsung also incorporated a range of intelligent solutions into the laptop to maximize usability. Tilting legs and a backlit keyboard enable you to comfortably use it anywhere, while a power saving button lets you set the laptop to automatically power down when not in use. Users can also access Samsung EasyShare with just the click of a button, allowing them to effortless share files with friends and colleagues.

The 14-inch Series 5 500 notebook also provides the latest advances in multimedia technology. As with the 15.6-inch Series 5, the inclusion of powerful JBL stereo speakers, a sub-woofer, HD audio processing and NVIDIA GeForce GT 630M Graphics offer an unrivaled entertainment experience.

The laptop features an LED HD 1366 x 768 resolution display, with Samsung's slim bezel, giving you the largest screen possible in its small, sleek chassis. This larger screen enables you to easily create presentations, edit photos, watch videos and surf multiple Internet windows without sacrificing portability.

Both the 15.6-inch Series 5 notebook and the 14-inch Series 5 500 notebook feature Samsung's renowned style profile and a patterned silver body. The 15.6-inch product will retail for $899.99 and the 14-inch model will retail for $799.99, both beginning in mid-June 2012.

Updated Series 9, Series 5 and Series 3 Lines

Samsung will also introduce its 13.3-inch and 15-inch second-generation Series 9, the 13-inch and 14-inch Series 5 ULTRA and Series 3 laptops with the latest Intel processors beginning in mid-June 2012.

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