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Samsung Series 5 ULTRA Finally Unleashed
Posted on 17-Apr-2012 13:08. | Tags Filed under: News.

Samsung Series 5 ULTRA Finally Unleashed
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd is introducing the new Samsung Notebook Series 5 ULTRA. With some outstanding features, the Samsung Series 5 ULTRA is powered by a second-generation Intel Core i5 processor. Combined with ExpressCache system by Diskeeper and an AMD Radeon HD graphics card, it delivers a thin and light form factor.

Richard Burton, IT Sales Manager at Samsung New Zealand, says, “Based on in-depth market research and consumer surveys, we’ve developed a new type of Samsung Ultrabook.

“These days, consumers demand more than just a thin and light product. They also want top performance and, as digital files become larger, excellent storage too.. The Samsung Series 5 ULTRA will answer these needs.

Available in 13.3” and 14”, the Series 5 ULTRA reveals its performance through an Intel Core i5-2467M processor, up to 8GB memory, ExpressCache system. As a result, the Series 5 ULTRA is able to fast boot in just 20 seconds and wake up in two seconds.

Performance would be nothing without lots of space to store data. Due to the development of digital imaging devices and various media platforms, files seem to be getting larger every day, increasing the need for lots of user storage. Despite the recent trend of cloud storage, local storage is still preferred among users on a daily basis. The Series 5 ULTRA 14” offers up to 1TB ultra storage capacity, minimising the need for users to carry a peripheral storage device with them.

The performance has been further enhanced by the extended battery life. The Samsung Series 5 ULTRA delivers up to 6.4 hours of battery life on a single charge, to make sure users enjoy the ultra features throughout the day. The Samsung Battery Life Plus is a true anti-aging battery technology which keeps 80 per cent of the cell’s original capacity in a life cycle lasting up to 1,500 charging cycles / three years. This ensures that the battery can last up to five times longer than other notebooks.

The Series 5 ULTRA 13” is just 17.6mm thin and 1.38kg light. The Intel Core i5 processor, up to 8GB memory, up to 500GB storage and 16GB iSSD with ExpressCache helps ensure that mobility is not compromised to any great extent. Consumers can also choose from a 128 GB SSD or 258 GB SSD as their preferred storage. To offer lots of connection to other devices, the 13”model also carries full-size HDMI port along with one USB 3.0, two USB 2.0, 4-in-1 multi SD card slot, Ethernet and webcam.

The 14” model equipped with Intel Core i5 processor, up to 8GB memory and 16GB iSSD with ExpressCache system offers exceptional performance. For larger storage and enhanced visual experience, the Series 5 ULTRA 14” can hold up to 1TB storage as well as an AMD Radeon HD7550M 1GB graphics card. An integrated Optical Disc Drive is also installed. The 14” model offers full-size HDMI, VGA, two USB 3.0, one USB 2.0, 4-in-1 multi SD card slot, Ethernet and webcam. All the above features are packed into a 20.9mm thin and 1.84kg light chassis.

Both models carry Samsung’s LCD technology with 300nit HD LED SuperBright screen, Image Enhancer technology and reflective-resistant screen, offering consumers an exceptional viewing experience.

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