Saturday, July 31st 2010

Samsung Releases X180 and X430 Notebooks in Korea

Samsung released two new notebook models in Korea, the X180 and X430. While the X430 is a 14-inch model with LED-backlit display that has 1366 x 768 pixels resolution, Intel Core i3 330UM, 4 GB of memory, NVIDIA GeForce 310M graphics, and 4 GB of memory, the X180 is a 11.6-inch model with an LED-backlit display of the same resolution, same processor, but Intel integrated HD graphics, and 3 GB of memory. Both models boast of over 8 hours of battery life. For now the model is available only in Korea.

Source: Akihabara News
Add your own comment

1 Comment on Samsung Releases X180 and X430 Notebooks in Korea

#1
FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
for something thats not a netbook - battery life is suprisingly good. but i suppose thats to be expected from something running a ULV processor.

personally, Im willing to sacrifice 1-3hrs battery life for a processor with a little more beef then say a Intel Atom N280/N450/N455. it might not win any awards for speed but at least it will load stuff up quicker, be more multitask friendly, support x64bit Processing and 4Gb of ram and be overall less sluggish then your highest spec'd 10.1" netbook.

10.1" atom netbooks wouldnt be so bad if they supported 4Gb. it would certainly help out alot
Posted on Reply