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Samsung ATIV Book 9 (2015)

Samsung ATIV Book 9 (2015) vs the Apple MacBook - Which is the sleekest?

A few weeks ago, in a verbose and engineering laden press event Apple announced their new MacBook. Not quite the MacBook Air nor MacBook Pro, the MacBook is Apple's premium, ultralight laptop competitor. While the design and the thinness were praised, the single USB Type-C port was greeted mostly...
Samsung Ativ Book 9

Quick look at the Samsung ATIV Book 9, the thinnest, lightest Ultrabook yet

Samsung may be playing second fiddle on Windows Phone these days, but they are still all in on the PC and laptop front. Last night, Samsung showed off their latest creation, the ATIV Book 9, which is a refresh of their continuing ATIV Book series (there is also a 'Pro' version). The ATIV Book 9...
Samsung shows off its new ATIV Book 9 at #CESlive; the laptop with an incredible battery

Samsung shows off its new ATIV Book 9 at #CESlive; the laptop with an incredible battery

Samsung's PC Product Manager, David Ng joined our own John P and Rene Ritchie today on #CESlive to talk about the company's latest products. The ATIV Book 9 was at hand to show off exactly what Samsung is looking to bring to the table in 2014 and boy is this Ultrabook one to look out for when...
ATIV Book 9 2014 Edition

Samsung announces the ATIV Book 9 2014 Edition, a 15.6-inch Windows 8 laptop with 14 hours of battery life

CES doesn’t officially kick off until tomorrow, but that doesn’t companies from announcing all their products. Samsung didn’t announce anything new for Windows Phone, but there are a handful of new Windows devices from the Korean tech giant. Here are the specs and details for the Samsung ATIV...
Samsung ATIV Book Q

Samsung to offer new Windows 8 hardware - ATIV Book Q and ATIV Book 9 series

While we wait for Samsung to unveil new products to the world, Notebook Italy has managed to get hold of some information and images of the ATIV Book Q, ATIV BOOK 9 LITE and ATIV Book 9 PLUS. These Windows 8 devices looks very much like other Windows hardware already available, which isn't a bad...