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Thursday, 03 January 2013 10:40

Samsung beefs up Series 7 range

Written by Nick Farrell



Better specs, HD 8870M on board

Samsung has released a new Series 7 notebook range with some fairly heavy hardware on board.

We expect to see more about the Series 7 models at CES, b but according to a video which has been released it would appear that the series 7s will have a RAMaccelerator which does not assist in Tupping, but promises 50 percent faster app loading. There will be a full HD display, JBL speakers and most importantly, a better AMD Radeon HD 8870M GPU.

The current model already has a 1,920 x 1,080 panel and JBL speakers, these could be improvements coming to a 15-inch model or just adding RAM accelerator and upgraded graphics to the current 17 inch model.

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