Samsung has just unveiled two new notebooks ahead of their CES appearance: the enhanced Series 7 Chronos and their new Series 7 Ultra. The Series 7 Chronos is a touch-optimized 15-inch notebook which is loaded to the brim with heavy-hitting specs. Samsung’s decked out the Series 7 Chronos with an Intel Core i7 CPU running at 2.4 GHz, an AMD Radeon HD 8870M GPU and comes with 4 or 8GB of RAM (which can be further pumped up to 16GB) and 1TB HDD. Samsung has also managed to get all of that into a body that’s only 20.9mm thin. The Series 7 Chronos’ 15.3-inch display has a full HD 1920×1080 display with a display brightness of 300 nits.
The Series 7 Ultra is an all-aluminum ultrabook that slides neatly into the Korean firm’s current lineup of ultrabooks. You can expect to get a Core i5/i7 processor in it (depending on the configuration) as well as 256GB SSD for storage. Like the Series 7 Chronos, the Series 7 Ultra’s 13-inch display is capable of full HD resolution (1920×1080). The Series 7 Ultra will also be able to surf the airwaves via 4G LTE in the markets that support it. No price or availability has been set as of yet.
Source: Samsung Tomorrow