Samsung unveiled the new premium QX laptop series that challenge the Apple MacBook Pro in design.
Samsung unveiled at the IFA 2010 the new QX premium laptop series. These top of the range notebooks are crafted from aluminum to deliver high performance and mobility in three screen sizes – 13.3” (QX310), 14” (QX410) and 15.6” (QX510).
Seongwoo Nam, Executive Vice President and Head of IT Solutions Business at Samsung Electronics, said, “The QX series is the masterpiece of Samsung’s computer business. The QX series incorporates premium design, powerful performance, and the latest multimedia and communication features.” He added, “With the QX series launched, we can offer consumers the freedom to choose their computer from a full range of Samsung note PCs.”
Features of the Samsung QX include Intel Core i5 CPU, NVIDIA graphics (GeForce 310M / GT or GeForce GT 420M), 3D SRS sound, 6.9 hours battery life, gesture pad, camera, up to 640GB HDD (no SSD option), CD drive, up oto 8GB RAM and webcam.
The IFA 2010 Consumer Electronics Show will take place in Berlin from September 3rd to September 8th. The IFA 2010 is celebrating the 50th edition and we will be reporting about all the new announcements. Stay tuned for tons of 3D TV related news.