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Samsung X460 14.1-inch notebook unveiled

Posted on Sunday, September 28 2008 @ 19:15:53 CEST by

Samsung rolled out a new 14.1" notebook called X460. This model features the Intel Centrino 2 platform and has up to 4GB RAM memory, a 14.1" LCD display with LED backlight and 1280 x 800 pixel (WXGA) resolution, 120GB to 320GB HDD, GeForce 9200M GS graphics, an anti-bacterial keyboard and many more features.
Designed to meet the demanding ‘anytime, anywhere’ performance and connectivity requirements of today’s new generation of agile users, the X460 sets a completely new standard in mobile computing – offering a comprehensive set of features in a slim, lightweight package superior to anything else on the market. Incorporating the all new Intel® Centrino® 2 processor technology, the X460 delivers revolutionary mobile performance, extended wireless mobility for immersed connectivity and enhanced power-saving features that improve battery life to keep you working longer.

Add to this a high performance nVIDIA GeForce Go 9200M GS graphics card and an integrated optical disk drive, and the X460 continues Samsungs emergence as a leading producer of feature packed ultra mobile notebooks. Despite being one of the lightest notebook in its 14.1” class, weighing a mere 1.9 kg*, the Samsung X460 still manages to fuse extensive functionality and performance with class leading design.

The X460’s power consumption is optimized even further through the use of an innovative 14.1” Flat-LED WXGA (1280 x 800) Gloss screen, which consumes significantly less energy. However, the screen doesn’t let you down when you’re on the move, being thinner and generating around 33% more brightness than traditional LCD screens, making it easier to work outdoors. You can also enjoy photo-like image quality, greater viewing angles and better text legibility, reducing eye strain and increasing productivity.
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