Samsung Ativ Book 9 (2015)
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The Samsung Ativ Book 9 (2015) is a new Ultrabook that comes with a 12.2" display with a whopping 2560x1600 pixels resolution. Furthermore the display is capable of putting out a very bright 700 nits in outdoor mode. Battery runtime is supposed to be 10.5 hrs under "low usage" scenarios. The laptop is built around Intel's Broadwell Core-M platform, so perfomance wise it won't be a powerhorse but should be suited for most day-to-day-tasks.
|Samsung Ativ Book 9 Price. (RRP. See below for latest prices.)|
|USA:||$1199||20 Jan 15|
|Available from $545.00|
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Specifications for the Samsung Ativ Book 9
|Specifications (base version)|
|Model name||Ativ Book 9|
|CPU type||Intel Core M 5Y31|
|CPU speed||900 Mhz|
|Graphics||Intel HD 5300 (Core M)|
|OS||Microsoft Windows 8.1|
||12.2" 2560 X 1600||Screen Type
||LED-Backlit LCD||Touch Technology
|Battery capacity||35 (Wh)|
|Weight||950g / 33.5 oz.|
|Size (w/h/d mm)||284/213/11.7 mm|
|Size (w/h/d inches)||11.2/8.4/0.5|
|USB 3.0 (x2)|
|Headset i/f (Mic+Line)|
|No Wireless WAN (e.g. 3G cellular)|
|Additional Specs and Accessories (can vary)|
|Wireless Display (WiDi, Miracast or similar)|
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Latest Samsung Ativ Book 9 News
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|Samsung ATIV Book 9 (2015) user manual.||06/02/15|
|Samsung website details for 2015 Ativ Book 9||20/01/15|
|Samsung Ativ Book 9 the verge||20/01/15|
|8GB RAM option 256GB SSD option. Touch and QHD available in higher-end models.|
|Available from $545.00|
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Alternatives to the Samsung Ativ Book 9
|Alternatives to the Samsung Ativ Book 9|
|Acer Aspire S3, 13.3", 1350gm|
The Acer S3 was always the honest, budget option in the market. Now updated with Windows 8 (from Oct 26th 2012) it still offers good value for money. CPU starts with Core i3 Sandy Bridge, the older generation, and other specs remain unchanged. [Oct 2012]
|Samsung NP350, 12.5", 1352gm|
A very well rounded Ultrabook alternative. This hard-disk based laptop is available with Core i3 and Core i5 (mobile, not ultra-low voltage CPUs) and offers very similar battery life and performance figures to a standard ultrabook. The boot and program start times are slower than an Ultrabook though. Not available in all regions and pricing varies. In some areas the Core i3 version can be a real bargain.
|Inhon Blade 13 Carbon, 13.3", 870gm|
Taiwanese company Inhon has introduced the Blade 13 Carbon Ultrabook with dimensions that make it the thinnest and lightest Ultrabook available, taking the throne from the NEC LaVie Z. Coming in at 1.9lbs (870g) and 10.7mm thin the Blade 13 Carbon beats the NEC by 5g and 2mm while still packing specs comparable to any current Ultrabook. Options include Core i5 or i7 CPU, 13″ 1080p screen, 128 or 256GB SSD and 4GB RAM. Pricing is quoted at $1,350 with a lower priced option with a 1600×900 screen and fiberglass body with still impressive dimensions of 2.6lbs (1,195g) and 12.6mm for about $1000.
|Toshiba Portege Z830, 13.3", 1120gm|
The Toshiba Satellite/Portege Z830/Z835 is turning out to be one of the best specified 13" Ultrabooks so far. It has a leading 1.1KG weight, aluminium casing and a great range of ports and features. The features match its business-like looks. Wi-Di is included for those looking at wireless 1080p to TVs. The price is competitive. Watch out for: Noisy fan in quiet environments, slightly 'squishy' keyboard. Z835 is the US-only Core i3 model.
|Dell XPS 13, 13.3", 1400gm|
Available as an updated Ivy Bridge build now the XPS 13 is a quality bit of kit. Unfortunately it only has a 720P HD screen rather than 1600x900 or FullHD so that might put some people off. We'd love to see an update of this with a 1600x900 touchscreen.
|Toshiba Portege Z930, 13.3", 1120gm|
The upgrade to the Z830 takes the same lightweight chassis and adds the 3rd generation Core processor and a faster SSD. This will be available in various version around the world with up to 8GB of RAM, 256GB of SSD and UMTS/WiMax options. The screen resolution remains the same which is dissapointing but given that the Z830 was an excelent Ultrabook, the Z930 will still be able to compete.
|Acer Aspire S5, 13.3", 1200gm|
The S5 is an advanced Ultrabook design from Acer that forms their high-end offering for Q2 and Q3 2012. The Acer S3 continuess to be the 'value' Ultrabook. Full SSD, a Thunderbolt port, very thin design and hidden 'magic flip' port bay are key features.
|NEC LaVie Z, 13.3", 875gm|
This is the NEC LaVie Z Ultrabook with a weight of stunning 999g. It features an Intel Ivy Bridge Core i5/i7 and has a resolution of 1600x900. The NEC LaVie Z joins the sub-1-kilo Ultrabook club by using an magnesium-lithium alloy for the body. There is also an i7-3517U clocked at 1.9GHz version.
|ASUS UX31, 13.3", 1297gm|
The UX31 (and smaller UX21) were the first true Ultrabooks to become available and ASUS have included a good set of specifications that include USB3, a high brightness 1600x900 screen and 128GB of fast SSD. We've reviewed the UX31 (and UX21) and it's an amazing bit of kit but you'll need to watch out for the keyboard which didn't work-out for us. Our review link is above.
|LG Xnote Z330, 13.3", 1210gm|
Offering a good range of ports in a great design the LG Z330 looks like it could be one of the top Ultrabooks of early 2012 although we're not too happy to see a near-useless micro-SD port. The slim bezel design adds to the style and at 1.21KG it's not too heavy. The Shuriken display should support 'panel self refresh' which could bring significant in-use power-savings.
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