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Samsung serves up Series 2, Series 4, and Series 6 laptops for serious, professional types
3/16/2011




Okay, so Samsung's newest career laptops may not be as slim or light as their Series 9 brother, but they indeed don't look half bad. First up is the Series 2, and as you may expect, the 12.5- and 14-inch systems are the most budget ones of the bunch. We don't have a price on the duo, but the smaller version packs an Intel Celeron processor while the 14-incher kicks it up to a Sandy Bridge Core i3 CPU. Sadly, we don't have details on the exact configurations either, but they will be utilizable with up to 4GB of RAM and 320GB hard drives. Jumping on up, the Series 4 keeps the same 12.5- and 14-inch chassis options, but provides new Sandy Bridge Core i3, i5, and i7 processor options as well as 7,200RPM hard drives and six-cell batteries.



Last but not least is the Series 6, which tops off the chain with some higher-end specs. Unlike the other two lines, the 6 comes with 14- and 15.6-inch SuperBright 300-nit displays -- there's also a 1600 x 900 resolution option on these, while the others keep it at the test 1366 x 768. The Series 6 is also on call with your choice of Core 2011 processors (i3, i5, and i7 all available) and finally jacks up the movie house power with an NVIDIA NVS 4200M GPU. All three systems are said to be made of "super-hard outward casing," have metal hinges, and pack 1.3 megapixel webcams. We don't have any pricing details, but the 2 and 4 will be acquirable in April and the Series 6 in May. Check out the picture show below or sneak past the break for more details.

Gallery: Samsung Series 4 laptops



Gallery: Samsung Series 2, 4, 6 hands-on

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