Samsung smuggles new Series 9 prototype into IFA: 2,560 x 1,440 on a matte display (hands-on)
Well, this snuck up on us. Close to the end of the first official open-floor day at IFA, Samsung managed to eke out yet another product we want to get our hands on, soonish. This 13-inch Series 9 WQHD Ultrabook beams Windows 8 on 2,560 x 1,440 display (oh yes), making a visible leap beyond the existing Series 9 13-incher, which sticks to a more typical 1,600 x 900. Better still, the surface of the screen has a gentle matte finish. The engineering sample arrived in the Samsung spokesperson’s hands just seven days ago. The resolution matches ASUS’ high-grade gamer monitor in pixels, if falling ever so slightly short of the Retina Display on Apple’s newest MacBook model. There was no news on what the manufacturer will call the new display tech, further specifications, or even whether this was just a proof of concept — the device was chilling in the corner of the electronics giant’s innovation gallery. Hopefully, Samsung won’t hold out on those details for much longer. Take a look for yourself in our hands-on video after the break.
Pubblicato il 02/09/2012, in Hi-Tech con tag hands-on, high resolution, ifa, IFA 2012, Ifa2012, matte, matte finish, MatteFinish, retina, samsung, samsung series 9, Samsung Series 9 WQHD Ultrabook, SamsungSeries9, SamsungSeries9WqhdUltrabook, series 9, Series 9 prototype, Series 9 WQHD Ultrabook, Series9, Series9Prototype, Series9WqhdUltrabook, ultrabook, video, Windows, Windows 8, Windows8. Aggiungi il permalink ai segnalibri. Lascia un commento.