Samsung Sens X10 Ultra-Slim Notebook Based On Intel Centrino

Posted: Mar 16 2003, 2:19pm EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 1:44pm CDT, in News | Other Stuff

Samsung Sens X10 Ultra-Slim Notebook based on Intel Centrino
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Samsung introduces as one of many ultra-slim Notebooks based on the new Intel Centrino Chip-set.
Centrino is a new notebook PC platform configured for wireless access and designed for low power consumption to accommodate today’s wireless networks.
The Samsung Sens X10 weighs 1.8kg and is 2.38cm (less than an inch) thick. The Sens X10 features a 14.1” TFT-LCD screen, CDRW/DVD combo drive.
The Sens X10 is available in three versions, depending on CPU, memory capacity and hard disc drive. Standard features include wireless LAN connection, 5.1-channel digital audio output, USB 2.0, IEEE1394 and memory stick slot. Some models also come with a fingerprint ID security system as well.

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