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Samsung is offering a new series of All-In-One PCs that will give you enough power, encased in compact and elegant design, appropriate for the limited space in office or your home.
The Series 7 AIO are fitted with 23-inch (1920 x 1080) LED backlit touchscreen with 250 nits of brightness which is only 16mm thin and can be tilted horizontally, creating a full horizontal touch interface. Inside, you’ll find Intel Core i3/i5 processors, up to 8GB of RAM, a 1TB 7200RPM hard drive, and Gigabit Ethernet, 802.11 b/g/n WiFi, and Bluetooth 3.0 connectivity. Series 7 also include Harman Speakers(2x4W), powered by the SoundAlive sound enhancer, for better audio experience, 1.3MP HD webcam, DVD player, as well as USB 2.0/3.0 ports.
The Series 7 All-In-One comes with Windows 7 Home Premium operating system, paired with Samsung Touch Launcher software, providing touch-based access to your favorite applications from the desktop.
Samsung’s Series 7 All-In-One PCs will be available starting October 10 with prices rangingfrom $999 – $1,199.
Alongside Omnia, Samsung instinct and all the other product releases that Samsung has promised (and delivered) this year is the Samsung Pixon: a new model jam packed with features, highlighting its strong camera-like character.
Pixon’s focus feature is its camera, with the designers primarily targeting this product to users who love taking pictures and want to take things a step further. It boasts a resolution of 8 mega pixels, face and smile recognition, auto focus and image stabilizers and more. It’s pretty big for a regular phone because it’s really intended to look like a camera.
Carrying the model number M8800, Pixon also has almost all the expected features of a new Samsung model such as Bluetooth, GPS, LCD screen and memory expansions.
Users who are interested in getting a phone that can take pictures as well as a conventional camera can get the Samsung Pixel for $800 this coming November.
Samsung announced officially slide type phone ‘Omnia Pro B7610’ instead of ‘Louvre B7610’.
Omnia Pro B7610 has 3.5’’ WVGA AMOLED display, 800MHz and 5-mega pixel camera. It is told that it will be released in August with Windows Mobile 6.1 not officially but it is certain that it will support Mobile 6.5 upgrade.
Phone Arena got Samsung Omnia HD which has 8 mega-pixel camera and 3.7’’ AMOLED display and announced review on it. It supports HD resolution(720p) record and play. And it is impressive that it has unbelievable better life and suitable size, not too big and small. But finger prints are easily remained on its surface and it is out of focus because of direct sunlight. But they are general problem on other cell phones. Omnia HD that is supposed to release in second-quarter in Europe runs Symbain S60.
Click here to watch video review ‘Samsung Omnia HD’
Samsung introduced cool netbook that last up to 11 hours on battery power alone reportedly. – a very impressive number.
Naoto Fukasawa designed it like as a handy back or wallet. It looks familiar and natural. It weights only 1.23kg(including battery) but it has 11-hours power supply with high capacity battery. –it lasts up to 5 hours with normal battery. And it features Intel Atom N270 processor, 1GB of RAM, a 160GB HDD, Intel’s GMA 950 graphics processing, a 1024 x 600 screen, and, of course, built-in WiFi. It will be available for about CAD$850.