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Samsung releases ATIV Smart PC Pro with AT&T 4G and Series 9 laptop with HD display


Samsung has announced the ATIV Smart PC Pro 700T with AT&T 4G LTE support, providing users with mobile broadband connectivity on-the-go. In addition, the Korean company has also added to its Series 9 Premium Ultrabook line with a tablet/laptop hybrid running Windows 8, with a higher-resolution, sharper display that other models. Both devices are available now, priced at $1599 and $1899, respectively.
samsung series 9 laptop

The ATIV Smart PC Pro 700T hybrid features a 10-point tablet component with a detachable
keyboard. There’s S Pen to make taking notes and sketching on the 11.6-inch display enjoyable, and it is joined by an Intel Core i5 processor and 4GB of RAM. Battery life is touted as lasting up to 8 hours, and the entire unit weighs in at just under 2-pounds.
The Series 9 Premium Ultrabook, meanwhile, is model NP900X3E-A03US and offers a 13.3-inch full HD LED display, its biggest claim to fame. Inside users with find an Intel Core i7 and Intel HD Graphics 4000, as well as 4GB of RAM and a 256GB SSD. The entire laptop weighs a tad over 2.5-pounds, and is available in black.
Samsung’s Senior Vice President of its Enterprise Business Division Tod Pike said, “With the introduction of the new professional ATIV Smart PC Pro 700T and the full HD resolution Series 9 Premium Ultrabook, Samsung is continuing its focus on innovation while delivering on the needs of a growing number of mobile professionals. Samsung is providing business professionals on-the-go with the necessary tools for increased connectivity, productivity and ultimately success.” 


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