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Monday, 27 June 2011 09:43

Samsung shows its Series 3 notebooks

Written by Slobodan Simic
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Full lineup with Llano and Sandy Bridge
During the Digital Experience! event in New York, Samsung has been so kind to show its entire Series 3 notebook lineup with screen sizes ranging from 11.6-inch all the way to 15.6-inch. Featuring both Intel's 2nd generation Sandy Bridge part as well as AMD's A-Series Llano chips the entire lineup looks pretty impressive and almost ready to flood the market.

Although it still hasn't been officially announced, the guys from Engadget managed to check out the entire lineup, with its brushed metal finish and impressive looks. According to Engadget, the entire lineup can brag about pretty sleek looks, decent keyboard and a nice touchpad, all without the high price as the entire Series 3 lineup should be budget oriented.

As noted, the entire lineup will be avialable with both Intel 2nd gen Sandy Bridge CPUs as well as AMD's recently released A-Series APUs and in 11.6, 12.1, 13.3, 14 and 15.6-inch sizes.

You can check out the pictures over at Engadget.com.


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