Samsung Series 9 Ivy Bridge Ultrabook

Samsung Series 9 (NP900X3C-A01AU) review: A superb 13.3in Ultrabook with excellent build quality and a stunning display

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  • Expert Rating

    4.50 / 5
  • User Rating

    5.00 / 5 (of 4 Reviews)
  • Price

    $ 1,592.00 (AUD)

User Reviews:

Sara

5.0

1

Pros
Quick start-up, quiet, long battery life
Cons
Small memory
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This is a great product, probably the best device I've ever purchased. It's light and easy to carry as an everyday device. It's quick to start and doesn't give you trouble like laptops do. No heating problems as you have a solid state drive. Read/write times for large data files are so much faster than hard discs and again, no over-heating problems. The battery life is great, of course it depends on what you are doing but it can last for a full day when travelling and occasionally checking emails, FB, flight schedules etc. Or watch 2 movies back-to-back on the flight! The only down side is the memory. You only get 128 GB and it's not enough. Although I hear the later version has double that (still low but well, better). Wouldn't change this with anything else. So happy with it for the past 1.5 years.

Dexter

5.0

2

Pros
The whole thing
Cons
Nothing
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I got mine for $ 694 at job hifi as well... Though its a display only, I got it really cheap as they have stock take sale... Awesome stuff...

Mick

5.0

3

Pros
no
Cons
yes
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Hey guys, i was inteligent, I hot it from JBHIFI down to $1232 flat on last weekend. Althought today I found Apple has a big discount on Macbook air, but still happy with Samsung and the price.

Christopher

5.0

4

Pros
exceptional build quality
Cons
check for dead pixels
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Hey guys, i haggled JBHIFI down to $1400 flat, this wednesday (25th) during their family and friends sale it will be $1354

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