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Samsung launches new notebook

Device measures 21mm thick, weighs 1.35kg

Samsung launches new notebook
Samsung has launched its Ultraportable 350U Notebook in the UAE.

Samsung has launched its new slim 350U notebook in the UAE, the device measures 21mm thick and weighs 1.35kg and is designed for maximum portability.

The 350U notebook features a choice of the Intel Core i3 Processor, Windows 7 Home Premium operating system and anti-reflective 12.5-inch HD LED display.

"We are confident that with its unique features such as the Intel Huron River platform, compact body, and strong battery life, the new Samsung 350U notebook will lead the ultraportable notebook category in the Gulf. The 350U notebook is an ideal product for consumers who are style conscious and require a smart computing device that does not compromise on performance," said Raj Varma, general manager - IT Sales Group at Samsung.

The Samsung 350U notebook is available in 320GB internal memory and 4GB DDR3 system memory, it also features an innovative hybrid sleep mode which is designed to allow users a quicker boot-up.

The notebook features a powerful 6 cell, 6,340mAh PowerPlus battery, with up to seven hours of battery life on a single charge.

The compact 350U notebook sports a 12.5-inch non-glossy screen with 200nit brightness and a 1,366 x 768 resolution LED High Definition display set inside a bezel design.

The Samsung 350U notebook will be available in major retail outlets across the UAE and will retail at AED 2,499.

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