The Korean multinational conglomerate Samsung, is one of the most renowned laptop manufacturers in the world. The company’s Series 7 Gamer laptops lie among their flagship gaming notebooks, offering top-notch performance and eye-candy aesthetics, to satiate many gamer’s appetite, even when they are on-the-move. The Korean giant is warming up to revamp Series 7 gaming laptops with 3D display and Intel’s Ivy Bridge processor at its heart. Gamers can expect high-end performance in almost all the latest PC games, which demand raw processing prowess. Changes aren’t only made under the hood, but you may also fancy the new funkier yellow paint job. To load the OS and user applications much faster, the company has also thrown in an SSD (Solid State Drive), while there’s also a 1TB hard disk drive for other media.
The news which came through Samsung Tomorrow Blog states that the company is using Intel Core i7 – third generation chip, casually referred to as Ivy Bridge. However, the CPU is comprises of three processing cores. Much to Nvidia’s chagrin, Samsung has opted for AMD instead, to power the graphics side – equipping it with AMD Radeon HD 7870M GPU. The GPU is more than capable of handling latest Direct X 11.1 games at full throttle.
Its obvious mainstay is the new 17.3-inch screen, which is freshen up with SuperBright 1920×1080 (for 1080p) 3D LED backlit display. The laptop is not only designed by keeping games in mind, but you can even watch 3D movies as well, thanks to the included Blu-ray drive. The full specifications of this new gaming monster are as follows:
OS: Windows 7 Home Premium (64-bit)
CPU: Intel Core i7 3610QM clocked at 3.3Ghz
GPU: AMD Radeon HD78070M with 2GB GDDR5 memory
HDD: 128GB SSD + 1TB HDD
RAM: 8GB DDR3 (upgradable to 16GB)
LCD: 17.3-inch SuperBright 3D LED Display with 1920×1080 pixel resolution
Dimensions: 409.8 x 284.8 x 32.9 ~ 49.8 (mm)
Weight: 3.81 Kg
Other additional features include a backlit keyboard, an improved thermal design and bright yellow chassis. The new Series 7 Gamer notebook will be available in Asia, starting August 14th with an MSRP of approx. $2,648. Samsung is yet to announce whether gamers in other parts of the world would get a taste of the company’s new gaming behemoth. However, it’s been confirmed that Samsung has no plans to launch the machine in US. What’s your take on new notebook? Let us know in your comments.