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Samsung launches new All-in-One PC Series 9
Posted on 17-Apr-2012 11:49 | Tags Filed under: News

Samsung launches new All-in-One PC Series 9
Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd, is launching its All-in-One PC Series 9, which is now available in New Zealand. The Samsung Series 9 All-in-One PC provides an exceptional entertainment experience in immersive 3D and high definition, complemented by enhanced sound capabilities and fast power.

Richard Burton, IT Sales Manager at Samsung Electronics New Zealand, says Samsung intends to continue to expand its product range in the All-in-One category.

“With the Series 9 All-in-One PC, we have combined advanced entertainment features with outstanding performance and design excellence to produce a truly special, sophisticated product. This is an All-in-One PC which has been designed to inspire and entertain in style.”

The company says the All-in-One Series 9 is a PC built with multimedia entertainment in mind. Samsung’s integrated 3D Hyper Real Engine technology helps enable brilliant 3D entertainment with outstanding performance, contrast and colour reproduction.

A 27" full HD (1920 x 1080) LED display provides an immersive viewing experience with smooth video playback, with ultra-fast response speeds. The display’s 100% photo accuracy helps enable clear reproduction of real-life colours right on the screen, while its in-built Ultra Clear Panel technology, featured exclusively in some of Samsung’s high-quality display products, enables detailed image reproduction and vibrant colours with virtually no reflections or distractions.

Additionally, users can use the PC’s 3D Hot Key button feature to instantly transform existing 2D content of their choosing directly into 3D, helping to ensure they can enjoy breathtaking 3D content using existing 2D multimedia and program libraries.

Complementing the All-in-One Series 9’s 3D entertainment features is its high-quality, realistic sound capabilities, enabled by Samsung’s sound-enhancing technology SoundAlive and delivered through a set of powerful JBL speakers.

The All-in-One Series 9’s built-in TV card brings HD television right to the user’s screen even while multitasking on the PC, and features an integrated remote control. Additionally, built-in 3D Blu-ray support enables enjoyment of digital multimedia in exceptional clarity, colour definition and cinema-like realism.

A visually distinctive metallic design featuring elegant, fluid curves ensures the All-in-One Series 9 truly stands out. Users can make the most of their space with the Series 9’s ultra-thin 11.7mm-thick display, which takes up minimal space and blends elegantly into the modern home. An ultra-thin screen bezel - only 10.5mm wide - complements the minimalist display to provide an expanded viewing area for an immersive multimedia experience.

The Series 9 All-in-One PC is powered by anIntel i7 Core processor, 8GB DDR3 RAM, and an AMD Radeon HD 6730M with 1GB DDR3 dedicated memory and HDMI In/Out.

The new PC also supports wireless WiFi 802.11 b/g/n and Bluetooth 3.0. Users can connect high speed devices to two USB 3.0 ports and 4 USB 2.0 ports.

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