Samsung Series 9 Ultrabook Now Features 1,080p Resolution Screen

By Wednesday, March 27, 2013 0 , , Permalink 0

The previous the 13.3-inch Series 9 notebook had a 1,600×900-pixel resolution display, which was not bad, but the new NP900X3E-A03US model now boasts a full HD 1080p screen with 1,920×1,080 resolution which makes the viewing experience much better. It may not be as impressive as the Retina Macbook but it manages to show 40 per cent more content than the previous generation ultrabook.

Samsung uses its SuperBright technology in LED-backlit screen; according to the Korean company this technology makes the display 50 per cent brighter than a standard laptop monitor.

Apple started the Retina display war with the iPhone 4 and today the market is full of high quality displays with every smartphone and pc manufacturer trying to use the highest possible resolution in the display of their products.

Samsung’s 13.3-inch Series 9 notebook is powered by Intel Core i7-3517U processor along with 4GB of RAM, a 256GB solid state drive. With sleek edges the overall built quality of this premium ultra-book is great; weighing at just 2.56 pounds this is a true stunner. Series 9 Premium Ultra book runs Windows 8 Pro and will cost you hefty $1,899.99.