by March 4, 2009 0 comments



After a not so successful attempt a few years ago, Samsung has launched its
new range of laptops again. The one which we got for review, the X360 as it’s
called is a top of the line ultra slim laptop packed with a number of features.
And if you liked laptops like the Macbook Air, this will certainly excite you.

Weighing only 1.2Kg and even after being just 30.9mm thick at its thickest
part, the notebook has a very sturdy feel to it. Though super compact, using it
is a delight thanks to the intelligently designed keyboard and touch pad. The
notebook has a 13.3” LED display powered by the new low power mobile platform
from Intel, the Centrino 2 which helps it deliver a great battery backup. On
running the Battery Mark 04 benchmark it lived for 5 hours and 43 minutes on
full brightness, now that’s jaw dropping. The device comes preloaded with
Windows Vista and gives a 3.4 Windows experience index allowing for a smooth
Aero experience. On testing it further we got a score of 431 3D Marks on 3DMark
06 and 2811 PC Marks on PCMark05 which are decent considering it doesn’t have
dedicated onboard graphics.

Price:
Rs.1,15,014 (1 yr warranty)
Key Specs: Intel Core2Duo U9300
processor, 1.2GHz, 2GB DDR3 RAM, mobile Intel 4 series graphics, 128GB
SSD drive, WiFi, Bluetooth, 3 USB ports, 1 HDMI, 1 VGA, 7 in 1 card
reader, 1.3MP web camera, 1.3Kg.
Contact:
Samsung India
Website:
www.samsung.com/in

SMS Buy 130357 to 56677

Bottomline: A high end fashionable ultra slim notebook with the right
mix of everything, but expensive.

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