CES 2012 CoverageBosco - January 19, 2012
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Next we checked out some notebooks. Samsung's 7 Series Gaming notebook features an AMD Radeon HD6970M 2GB card and a quad-core i7 CPU (shown on the left). The limited edition 9 Series notebook (shown on the right) is a limited edition ultra-thin (0.64"), ultra-light (2.89 lbs) notebook featuring a Duralumin chassis and seven hours of battery life.
Another member of the 7 Series is the Slate PC, which runs Windows 7 Home Premium and can be used as either a tablet or with a wireless keyboard. Weighing in at only 1.9 lbs and measuring 0.5" thick, it comes in either Intel i3 or i5 flavors.
The 5 Series features Samsung's Chromebook. Running Chrome OS on a high speed 16GB SSD, the Chromebook features a 12.1" 300nit SuperBright screen in a stylish metallic design weighing in at just 3.02 lbs.
Samsung's Smart Station has dual functionality - you can either use it to let your keyboard and mouse control your smart phone or simply use it to control two PCs with a keyboard and mouse simultaneously.
Lastly, Samsung showed off its WiDi HDTV monitors. These monitors use Intel WiDi technology to display laptop content wirelessly.