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.

8 Comments on this Post

  1. it looks beautiful.. @_@

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

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

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

  5. Looks like a dream Linux laptop if everything is supported.

  6. 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. 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

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


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