• Samsung Series 9 900X3A Review
  • Samsung Series 9 900X3A Review

    Author: Matt
    Published: January 4th, 2012 5:14 PM
    Category: Laptops,Reviews
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Introduction and Product Overview

Today we’ve managed to get the Samsung Series 9 ultra-portable laptop to review for you guys. With a very thin and lightweight design, the Samsung Series 9 900X3A laptop is very similar to the Apple MacBook Air.

As well as this, some very impressive hardware is also present with a 1.4GHz Intel Core i5-2537M processor and 4GB of RAM. We’re expecting great things from the Samsung Series 9; so let’s take a closer look…

When you first receive the Series 9 900X3A the box feels very heavy. However, up on removing the laptop from the box, you’re immediately able to notice how light it actually is.

Within the accessories compartment of the box, you’ve got the wall adapter, charger, and you even receive an Ethernet adapter to attach to the laptop if you decide to use a cable instead of the built-in WiFi adapter.

Along with all of these cables and adapters, you receive the standard warranty information and user manuals as well as a back-up CD and a cleaning cloth.

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If we move on to the laptop itself, you’ll notice that the Series 9 900X3A features a black brushed metal design, with the Samsung logo situated on the left side of the casing.

The underside of the laptop has all of the standard features. Four rubber feet, air vents and the laptop / copyright information.

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