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Samsung Announces U.S. Launch of ATIV Book 9 Lite


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Samsung Electronics America, Inc. today announced the U.S. launch of the ATIV Book 9 Lite. Taking a page from the celebrated and iconic design of the Book 9 family of PCs, Samsung continues to deliver on the promise of ATIV by offering consumers cuttingedge technology, seamless convergence and unparalleled style in a slim, compact form factor. The sophisticated, yet affordable Book 9 Lite gives users everything they need to stay connected, productive and entertained. It is now available for pre-sale in the U.S. and will be in stores beginning on July 28.

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From what I've read, its sounds to me like the quad core is an A6-1450 Temash. An alternative to this would be the Acer V5-122P, which I played with for about a week. Very nice 11.6" IPS panel, same resolution, 500gb 5400rpm HDD instead of SSD, and obviously no Galaxy integration, but you can find a V5-122P for $430 with the same processor. Now don't get me wrong, the A6-1450 is an excellent processor, I just don't know if OEMs are pricing these devices competitively enough for it to compete where AMD meant for it to compete, with Atoms and ULV Celerons. Even the V5-122P is overpriced in my opinion. That being said, if I had $800 to blow, I would buy this in a heartbeat to play with my Galaxy S4.