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Samsung Renewable: AiO Computer Concave and Portable Featherweight

Among the smart products that Samsung is preparing for us at CES 2015: the first all-in-one computer with a concave and ultrabook screen is incredibly light and thin

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as traditionaly, Starting with the CES 2015 exhibition starting in Ottawa, and announcing a pair of new and interesting products.

the first one - The first all-in-one computer with a concave panel, 27-inch and FullHD resolution (probably based on PLS technology, although Samsung has not yet officially disclosed this data). The other properties of theATIV One 7 include Core i5 processor from the new Broadwell generation at 14 nm, 8GB RAM, 1TB hybrid hard drive, and 10 stereo speakers each. Is the (initial) price tag of 1,300 dollars worth? Apparently it depends on your relationship with Concave screens. And with AiO computers in general.


The second, and probably more interesting, product is Ultrabook The updated ATIV Book 9 Of the Korean giant, which is one of the lightest and lightest mobile phones we've ever seen - the 12.2-inch 2,560 × 1,600 pixel screen, Broadwell's Core M chip And the weight of a little less than 950 caused side thickness of about 12 millimeters only.

Samsung's new Ultrebook offers some nice features such as a pair of stereo speakers alongside a "professional" audio chip from Wolfson, a passive cooling system and a stated battery life of up to 10.5 hours that are allegedly significantly better than most of the other Ultras. However, there is also a less positive point In the form of the updated but relatively weak Core M-5Y10c chip Which is characterized by a base frequency of 800MHz only (and a maximum turbo frequency of 2GHz), and can not really provide equivalent performance to those of Chips from the Haswell family.

Technical specification of The new ATIV 9

It is unclear how many potential buyers will be willing to give up some of the performance on a mobile device Initial price of 1,200 dollars (For model with 4GB RAM and drive Of 128GB), though on the other hand - not sure how many potential purchasers will be aware of the lesser performance they get in this sleek, fun and well-crafted aluminum shell.


Looking at the jar or what it has? The dilemma has never been more difficult

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  1. The quest for a smaller and thinner one is nice, but here it is exaggerated, a 800MHZ base frequency processor ?! what…. Are we back to Pentium 3?

    I believe there will be people who want it, it's a computer net… and a user with no basic knowledge will not interfere, but I thought there was some progress, not regression.

  2. ^^^^ It's not the frequency of the processor, it's the frequency of the graphics core.

  3. Explicitly listed in another article (the one to which the link is referenced) Base frequency of 800MHZ, Turbo of 2,000MHZ
    And it's really hard for me to believe it will reach 2Ghz on passive cooling, even if it's 14 Nm, and an 15 watt casing…

  4. If it is indeed a Core M-5Y10c chip as it is written, then this is its official data:

    A processor that actually ranges from 800mhz to 2ghz (no problem with low minimum speed, on the contrary, and the truth that 800's minimum speed is actually very high), and graphical core of 300mhz to 800mhz.
    So I don't know who got confused and where, but 800 represents a speed limit only in the graphical core. In the main processor, this is its minimum speed and it reaches 2ghz. Not really "Pentium 3"….

  5. Yes, 2Ghz in turbo. In the previous generation, the turbo is with a single core. If it is 2 cores then a slightly lower frequency.
    Maybe 1.8Ghz in the 2 cores at the same time. Like Pentium 4 Hah: P
    Again, the thing about passive cooling is really puzzling to me .. It's hard for me to describe a small, dense laptop that manages to cool itself with just a heat sink
    Of course it will be faster than Pentium 3 or 4 because the cores have advanced since then, that was an intentional exaggeration on my part

  6. Is it just me or does everyone always vote for the first option in the poll, some kind of social experiment or something?

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