Samsung ATIV Book 9 Plus and ATIV Book 9 Lite announced
Samsung recently introduced new additions to their existing ATIV line, where it will boast of a combination of stylish design, cutting-edge technology, and seamless convergence capabilities which Samsung hopes will be able to redefine personal computing. These are new ATIV products which allow consumers to have the choices that they require in order to remain connected, productive and entertained, never mind of their location, environment, or computing needs. Not only that, the new ATIV PCs will also represent Samsung’s commitment to converging not only the PC, but mobile experiences as well, thanks to the inclusion of the recently introduced SideSync technology.
First of all, there is the ATIV Book 9 Plus that you can see above, where it will continue from where the ATIV Book 9 left off. The latter is famous for its ultrathin and light form factor and award-winning design, and its successor, the ATIV Book 9 Plus took 33,000 hours of craftsmanship to create, bringing this premium PC to the next level. The aluminum, uni-body design boasts of several enhancements from the previous model, where among them include a Windows 8 optimized touchscreen. Other than that, there is also a premium, QHD＋ (3200 X 1800) display that would wow your eyeballs, while it carries a dozen hours of battery life to boot. Taking under half a dozen seconds to cold boot, and waking up from sleep in less than a second, one is able to access the information and programs they need nearly instantly.
As for the ATIV Book 9 Lite, it will come with the same premium design identity as the Book 9, although it would have a far wider consumer base. WIth cutting edge technology as its base such as a ten-point touchscreen, a quad-core processor and a 256GB SSD, the Book 9 Lite will bring a balance of premium features and overall value. The ATIV Book 9 Lite tips the scales at three and a half pounds, measuring under an inch thin, making it the ideal device to tote around.
Anyone willing to give the ATIV Book 9 Plus and ATIV Book 9 Lite a go?