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Samsung’s ultra thin Series 9 notebook hits the FCC on schedule for a February release

Wireless Goodness: Samsung turned heads at CES this year with its ultra-thin Series 9 notebook. The device features a 13.3” screen with a 1366×768 resolution, an Intel Core i5 processor, 4GB of RAM, a 128GB SSD, WiFi

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Samsung shows off a white Series 9 Ultrabook with a different finish

Engadget - Welcome to "Laptop Porn," an exciting series hosted by that lady who reviews notebooks sometimes. Here at CES 2013, Samsung is showing off a white version of its 13-inch Series 9 Ultrabook -- the same second-gen model that's been shipping since last year. What's interesting is that although this has the same magnesium-alloy frame as all the other Series 9 laptops, the finish feels different: it's smoother, and warmer to the touch. It feels so different, in fact, that we initially thought it was some sort of watered-down plastic version meant to be sold at a lower price.

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TheVerge - Samsung Series 9 review (13-inch, mid-2012)

TheVerge - Samsung's Series 9 laptops have a lot to prove. Since the day Samsung showed the first one off at CES last year, they've consistently been priced higher than the equivalent MacBook Air, and that can be a pretty hard sell. If you want a premium Windows machine, though, a MacBook Air just won't do. So when I reviewed the 15-inch Samsung Series 9, I was hopeful that its $1,500 price tag meant it would be the Windows ultrabook of choice going forward.

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Gizmodo: Samsung Series 9 2012 Lightning Review: Who Said Samsung Can’t Do Cool?

Gizmodo: The Samsung Series 9 was one of the best Windows ultraportable laptops last year. Even though it didn't quite keep up on specs or benchmarks with some of the top-end machines, it was the most usable of the bunch. This year, as ultrabooks have made massive improvements over the past generation, the Series 9 remains one of the best. But it's still not perfect.