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August 31, 2011

Samsung Series 7 laptop goes slim and sexy

If you didn’t like the construction of the Samsung Series 9 laptop, I’m sure you’ll probably drool over the recently announced Samsung Series 7, with its sleek aluminum body.

Price starts at $999 (probably be Php49,999 when it hits the Philippines), the Series 7 laptop comes with an Intel Core i5 or i7 processor.

That chrome finish on the lid and brushed-metal finish on the palm rests, all made with aluminum, gives the Series 7 laptop a really cool and sexy look. Too bad they are only available in 14-inch and 15.6-inch form factor (which is a bit too big for carrying around). For its size though, the 14-inch weighs pretty decent at 4.3lbs.

Other specs include an AMD Radeon HD 6750 and 6490M (with 1GB RAM), 750GB SATA HDD and an 8GB SSD (for a really fast boot-up) and up to 8GB of RAM. The complete specs of the 4 variants are outlined in the table below:

Pricing starts at $999 to $1,299 although we noticed they are more expensive once they reached the Philippines.

Photos via Thisismynext.

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8 Responses to “Samsung Series 7 laptop goes slim and sexy”

  1. Rho Gan Yan
    Twitter: rogsonline

    it looks beautiful.. @_@

  2. Calvin says:

    hmm hindi naman plastic yung series 9. it’s made of duralumin diba? better than aluminum. hmmm.

  3. Samsung says:

    Magkano kaya ito kung darating sa philippines? Mga bro estimate naman dyan.

  4. techjunkeez
    Twitter: korabtech

    Could have been better if they have the 11″ version like the aspire timeline X.

  5. Miguel

    Looks like a dream Linux laptop if everything is supported.

  6. JM says:

    I don’t know if this was the same Samsung laptop featured on Windows. O I have a glimpse on it. And it was the Series 9:

    Anyway, I hope this metal is also the same metal used to build Series 9 laptop..ahaha..

  7. Ryan Ang
    Twitter: kline_zeus

    The metal used here explicitly said aluminum. The price wouldn’t be lower if they used duralumin. Series 9 Laptops sure are sexy but this isn’t a bad alternative. They pitted this with a MBP and both basically has the same thickness.

    What’s interesting though is that the 14inch FITS on a 13″ chassis. That enough should sway buyers who would like to get bigger screen on a smaller footprint. 1600×900 (vs 1366×768) should look better too on that screen. Perks are backlight keyboard and big trackpad.

  8. Iyan Sommerset
    Twitter: iyansommerset

    Does Samsung make their own laptops or do they use a common manufacturer (i.e. Quanta/Clevo)?

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