Samsung Series 9 Laptop Review Price Specs Features  Apple MAC vs Samsung 9 Series Notebook
The notebook  will come with Intel Core i3 Processor 380UM (1.33 GHz, 3MB) and 2GB DDR3. Running Windows 7 Home Premium (64 bit) – which comes pre-installed- the device will boast of 11.1-inch screen equipped with HD LED-backlit SuperBright Plus Display (340 bit) and Intel GMA HD graphics. The screen offers a maximum resolution of 1366×768.
As for the hard drive, users will be provided with a wide range of options to choose from. However, it appears that the manufacturer is promoting the 64GB SSD, since it is known to be offering the best performance as well as lowest power consumption.
The device also features certain similarities to that of the 13-inch model of the company (Samsung Series 9 range of 13-inch laptops) such as 3 watt stereo speakers and 7 hours of battery life.
The netbook will also be wireless (802.11b/g/n) and will include WiMax for mobile internet access. The laptop will weigh 2.31 lbs.
Samsung notebook Price $1,649
Apple MAC Notebook vs Samsung Ultra Thin 9 Series Laptop
It's lighter, thinner, and svelter than Apple's own wispy model: the Samsung Series 9 weighs 2.89 lbs., has a 13.3-inch screen, and is .64 inches thin. The 13-inch MacBook Air, by comparison, weighs 2.9 lbs. and is .68 inches high at its widest point (a svelter 11-inch version is also available).
Though Samsung's laptop might be thinner than Apple's, it has a heftier pricetag. The Samsung notebook runs $1,649, whereas Apple's 13-inch MacBook Air starts at $1,299. A 13-inch MacBook Pro is even a few hundred dollars cheaper than the Series 9.
But what about what's inside? CNET writes the Samsung Series 9 Notebook's specs are "impressive": "Windows 7 Home Premium, second-generation Intel Core i5-2537M CPU, 128GB SSD, 4GB DDR3 RAM, 1,366x768-pixel resolution display, and a weight of 2.89 pounds. The $1,599 13-inch MacBook Air has double the SSD storage, a higher-resolution display, and a nearly identical weight, but half the RAM and an older CPU."