Samsung has bolstered its Series 7 range of Ultrabook with the addition of two new devices – the Chronos and Ultra.
First up is the Series 7 Chronos, which boasts Intel quad-core processing technology and features Samsung’s RAMaccelerator software, designed to provide up to 150 per cent speed increase when surfing the web and running applications.
The device incorporates multi-touch technology in addition to a full HD display, offering a display of up to 1,920 x 1,080, up to 16 GB of RAM, 2GB dedicated graphics memory and up to 1TB of internal storage.
Designed for professionals on-the-go, the Chronos features a slim 20.9mm chassis, whilst offering up to 11 hours of battery life and a boot-up time of just 12 seconds.
In addition to the Chronos, Samsung has also unveiled the Series 7 Ultra, which is pegged as the ultimate system for both mobility and performance.
Whilst maintaining the full HD display of other devices in the series, the Ultra is powered by the Intel I series of processors, along with a 256 SSD, which works to offer lightening fast speeds and a boot-up time of just six seconds.
Perhaps even more attractive for user’s on the go is the device’s inclusion of 4G LTE technology, which allows for speedy web browsing, almost anywhere.
Samsung has announced that the Chronos and Ultra will be available during the first half of 2013.