Samsung launches ATIV Book 9 Lite in the US
If you have been on the lookout for a new notebook, and you have always been curious to give the Samsung brand name a go simply because of what you have heard from other people, then might we interest you in the recently launched Samsung ATIV Book 9 Lite? It is now available for pre-sale, where the ATIV Book 9 Lite comes in a beautiful design, delivers intelligent performance and affordability in its latest iteration. Let us check out just what it is capable of in the extended post, shall we?
Looking sophisticated and yet affordable, the ATIV Book 9 Lite will be able to offer users just about everything that they need to remain connected, productive and entertained whenever they are on the go. It will hit store shelves from July 28th onwards, but this does not mean you need not place a pre-order now, right?.
The ATIV Book 9 Lite might even be mistaken by some to be the ATIV Book 9, as it comes in a similar premium and striking design identity, although it will boast a refined aerodynamic architecture that has been accentuated by a sophisticated Ash Black or Marble White color for that added dash of style, ensuring that performance is maintained without having to sacrifice on looking stylish.
The ATIV Book 9 Lite will come with cutting-edge technology, where among them include a ten-point touch-screen LCD display, a quad-core processor and a 128GB SSD, with the entire shebang tipping the scales at under 0.5 lbs, while measuring less than an inch thin, making it the ideal choice for mobile consumers and business travelers alike.
You can pick up the ATIV Book 9 Lite for $799.99 a pop if you are interested – not too shabby for an entry level Ultrabook of sorts, don’t you think so? Not only that, if you already use other Samsung devices like smartphones and tablets, you will be able to enjoy a complete, integrated experience courtesy of SideSync technology. SideSync will be able to create a synergy between Samsung’s mobile and PC range, allowing users to seamlessly switch from working on their PC to their Galaxy smartphone through the connection of both devices via USB, now how about that?