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Deals of the Day (5-04-2012)

Samsung offers a couple of different ultrabook models with 13.3 inch and 14 inch displays. Today TigerDirect is offering a great deal on a 13 inch model with an Intel Core i5 Sandy Bridge processor, 4GB of RAM, and a 500GB hard drive with 16GB of solid state cache. At $750, it’s one of the […]

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Deals of the Day (5-02-2012)

Amazon is already offering the single best deal of the day, with a refurbished Kindle Fire tablet for $139. A 1-year warranty is included. But I already told you about that earlier today, so here are some more great deals making the rounds today. DailySteals has one of the best prices I’ve seen for an […]

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Samsung Series 5 Ultrabook up for pre-order for $900 and up

The Samsung Series 5 Ultrabook is a thin and light laptop with an Intel Core i5 processor, quick boot and quick resume technology. Samsung will offer three models, with prices ranging from $900 to $1100, and it looks like the first two are already available for pre-order. Amazon and J&R are both taking pre-orders for […]

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Hands-on with the Samsung Series 5 ultrabook

Samsung’s Series 5 ultrabooks come in two sizes. You can get one with a 13.3 inch display for $899 and up, or snag a 14 inch model with a DVD drive for $949. That DVD drive is one of the few things that sets the Series 5 ultrabook apart from the sea of ultrabooks on […]

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Samsung Series 5 ultrabook available for pre-order for $900 and up

Samsung’s first ultrabooks are now available for pre-order. The Samsung Series 5 ultrabook is available in two versions. There’s a 13.3 inch model which J&R is selling for $899.99. There’s also a model with a 14 inch display that sells for $949.99. The larger model has a DVD burner, but both laptops have 1366 x […]

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Samsung pushes “ultrabook” boundaries with 14 inch Series 5 Ultrabook

So far most laptops that have worn the “ultrabook” label have had 13.3 inch or smaller displays, solid state disks, and no optical disc drives. But Intel has been promising that we’d start to see additional form factors that are still ultrabooks including convertible tablet-style devices. Now Samsung is pushing the boundaries in a different […]